3 hrs ago
State highway plan called 'fiscally restrained'
The approximately $3.5 billion plan will serve as the blueprint for state transportation construction projects for the next 10 years, but a separate section includes more than $1 billion in additional projects that will not be funded without a toll or gas tax increase, something that is uncertain.
7 hrs ago
Nhgop Calls on Hassan to State Position on New Proposal for Gas Tax Hike
Concord - New Hampshire Republican State Committee Chairman Jennifer Horn called on Governor Maggie Hassan to state her position on a gas tax increase.
11 hrs ago
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Durhama s Dudley W. Dudley honored for public service
Dudley W. Dudley of Durham received the Eleanor Roosevelt Award at the New Hampshire Democratic Party's annual Jefferson Jackson Dinner on Saturday, Nov. 16. Every year, the Eleanor Roosevelt Award is presented to a Granite State Democrat who has shown extraordinary commitment to the values of social and economic justice.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Media Power Youth targets preventing youth violence
The group hopes to increase safety by helping parents, professionals and young people understand popular culture's role in influencing behavior.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
New Hampshire clients transitioning to Medicaid Managed Care
Officials said there were no reported incidents of concern, but an oversight team to work on any problems that occur will continue operating for several weeks.
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Duprey And Janeway To Lead Anti-Gambling Push
The Granite State Coalition Against Expanded Gambling and Casino Free NH will be led by Concord businessman Steve Duprey, former Chairman of the State Republican Party, and Harold Janeway, former Democratic State Senator from Webster.
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NH governor lighting Christmas tree at mansion
Gov. Maggie Hassan is celebrating the Christmas season in Concord with the annual tree lighting at Bridges House - the governor's official mansion.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Editorial: A tip for Bob Smith: It's been a long 10 years
Bob Smith, the former Republican senator from New Hampshire, announced this week that he's going to try to win back the seat he lost in 2002, the one now occupied by Democrat Jeanne Shaheen.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Move to Concord eyed for offices of university system
University System of New Hampshire Chancellor Todd J. Leach is considering moving administrative offices to Concord to save money.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Granite Staters urged to shop local on Small Business Saturday
Emma Paradis, with her 8-month-old daughter, Prudence, displays one of her products at Impeccable Nest on Friday in Bedford.
Manchester attorney Bradford Cook won't run for governor in 2014
Manchester Attorney Bradford Cook, past president and senior shareholder at Sheehan Phinney Bass + Green, who previously said he was thinking about running, today announced his decision not to seek the GOP nomination for Governor of New Hampshire in 2014.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Annual Santa Fund drive kicks off with luncheon
Miss New Hampshire Samantha Russo sings the National Anthem during the Union Leader's 2013 Santa Fund Luncheon to benefit The Salvation Army at the Radisson in Manchester on Friday.
Five NH companies receive grants for employee training
The job training grants total $72,536. The five companies contributed matching funds, bringing the total funds for training workers to $145,073.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
New Hampshire's move to Medicaid managed care kicks in on Sunday
The state's long-awaited Medicaid managed care system program is about to begin for the approximately 130,000 program recipients.
No agreement reached in Seabrook Station labor talks
The two sides agreed to a cooling off period following a meeting with a federal mediator and will meet again Sunday at 10 a.m., according to Bob Mahoney, regional senior national representative for the Utility Workers of America, AFL-CIO.
Political Standing the Thanksgiving 2013 edition
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NHDP - ICYMI: Stiles at center of Medicaid expansion debate
Key Point: "Emotions ran strong after the state's Republican-led Senate rejected two plans to extend Medicaid coverage in the state last Thursday.... for one of Stiles' constituents, Ronnie Werner of Rye, the damage is done.
Nashua Soup Kitchen hands out 1,000 turkeys
Sister Mary Flatley of Windham hands out cartons of eggs on Tuesday to visitors at the Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Diners give thanks at Partnership for Successful Living's 13 holiday dinner
Gov. Maggie Hassan dishes out turkey on Tuesday at Harbor Homes in Nashua where the city's homeless and less fortunate gathered to celebrate an early Thanksgiving.
Analysis: Christie's first problem in N.H. might be Medicaid expansion
Polls this year have shown New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie either the leading Republican candidate or tied for the top spot in the 2016 New Hampshire primary.