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The New Hampshire Dance Institute's finale during one of last year's major performances.
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University of New Hampshire recent graduate Alex Freid '13 has received the 2013 Samuel Huntington Public Service Award.
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In some ways this vote could return us to a century ago when the Boston and New York railroads controlled our state Legislature, and made no bones about it.
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Alma Hall was recently recognized by Noreen Johnson, President of Exeter Woman's Club, at their annual spring luncheon for her many contributions to the club and community.
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Vanity plates are very popular in New Hampshire, but there are restrictions on what can be expressed on the plates.
Like most states in the country, New Hampshire is having a difficult time answering the question about whether to expand Medicaid coverage.
New Hampshire officials have concluded that air pollution standards were not violated when two buildings were burned down at the Balsams Resort last January as part of a renovation.
This spring, the ARRL held two balloted elections for Section Manager. ARRL members in Nebraska elected a new Section Manager, while members in Utah -- faced with a three-way race -- voted to keep their Section Manager.
These three new logo designs proposed for the University of New Hampshire have prompted the formation of UNH Students Against The Change of the Thompson Hall Logo.
Today, House lawmakers will cast their votes on Senate Bill 152, a plan to allow a casino in our state.
Primary defenders and front-line participants, politicians, elected leaders and descendents of those involved 100 years ago gathered Tuesday in the Executive Council Chambers to tell stories and reminisce as they celebrated the anniversary of the passage of House Bill 430, which established the primary.
Three homeless men challenging a "No Camping" order on public lands in New Hampshire are getting more time to explain their case.
Beginning to hammer out a proposed spending plan, the Senate budget writers tentatively returned to its original form the "UNIQUE" scholarship program for needy students, which had been, in effect, raided in recent budgets for use for general university purposes.
Here is our list of Memorial Day observances and parades across the state of New Hampshire for 2013.
County and federal authorities refuse to say whether Nathan C. Lamontagne is the unnamed second suspect in last fall's brutal home invasion that left a Bedford anesthesiologist and his wife maimed and near death.
Retired Lt. Col. Danny McKnight called the handling of the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, "awful." "It was ridiculous.