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Budweiser Clydesdales Will No Longer Train in New Hampshire
The east coast hitch, or team of horses, will remain in Merrimack, so the public will still get to see them. However, there will be parts of the year when the hitch will be touring in other parts of the country.
Jack Derwin: New Hampshire Republicans must follow Sununu’s lead
Last Tuesday, Gov. Chris Sununu comfortably secured a second term. Absent other information, his seven-point victory would lead one to believe that Republicans likely did well across the state, or at the very least held their own.
New Hampshire Voters Approve Sweeping Privacy Amendment
Question 2 on the statewide ballot asked voters in the Granite State to approve or reject the following proposed additional language to the New Hampshire Constitution: “An individual’s right to live free from governmental intrusion in private or personal information is natural, essential, and inhere
New Hampshire State Rep. Sherry Frost Says She’s Also an Atheist
I’ve been asked why Ikeep trackof the atheists in politics.Is it really that important?It is to me in part because, for years, I couldn’t name asingleatheist in public office. Knowing that an atheist can get elected says a lot about the acceptance of atheists in our society in general. Visibility ma
These Are The Christmas Songs People In New Hampshire & Maine Don't Ever Want To Hear
I'm not a huge Christmas music fan. My mom loves it. When we were kids, my younger sister and I would regularly wake up to the sounds ofBlue Christmas by Elvison my mom's stereo about this time of year. Of course back then Christmas meant getting cool toys and lots of gifts. As an adult it means giv
NH Voices -- Ross Berry: Republican reflection
Any staunch Republican who has dared to venture onto social media has seen the finger-pointing has already begun with some blaming the policies of the party, backlash against the President, or the New Hampshire State Republican State Committee apparatus.
Man Arrested for DUI Following Fatal Crash on I-93 in NH
State police responded to a call of a single-vehicle crash at 4:35 p.m. on Interstate 93. There, they located a 1999 Dodge Durango at the bottom of an embankment and learned it was carrying three occupants. According to a preliminary investigation, the vehicle was traveling southbound when it went o
High schools: Local players, coaches recognized by NH Soccer Coaches Association
Belmont’s Jake Deware, who posted 15 shutouts, was named the First Team D-III goalie while midfielder Griffin Embree, striker Nate Sottak and defender Caleb Burke were also First Team D-III picks. Their coach, Mike Foley, was named the D-III Coach of the Year and Belmont’s Bill Brace was the JV Coac
Asian longhorned tick makes brief appearance in NH, has state officials concerned
The Asian longhorned tick, which is native to East and Central Asia, was confirmed to have been on a dog visiting the Granite State from New York, according to a N.H. Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food news release last week. The tick was discovered by a “particularly observant” resident an
NH Hate Crimes Reported Cut By More Than 50 Percent: FBI Data
There were 13 hate crimes reported in New Hampshire last year, 8 of which were motivated by the victim's race, ethnicity, or ancestry, 4 of which were motivated by the victim's religion, and 1 of which was motivated by the victim's sexual orientation.
This Abandoned Ski Jump in New Hampshire Will Make Your Stomach Sink
As the winter approaches, we’re guessing that a lot of New Hampshirites have snow on the brain. Skiing, snowmobiling, and snowboarding are all on the to-do list of winter lovers across the Granite State. While we were searching for new ways to enjoy the season, we came across this abandoned ski jump
As New Hampshire Senate Democrats pick new leaders, state party boss signals intent to defy Sununu
A jubilant group of New Hampshire’s Democratic senators and soon-to-be senators met Friday to select the state’s next Senate president, opting as expected to elevate Sen. Donna Soucy, D-Manchester, to be their leader.
New Hampshire bills get second chance with 'interim study' reports
Generally, that recommendation is that the bill “ought to pass,” meaning it should become law; that the bill is “inexpedient to legislate,” meaning that it should not become law; or that it be “referred to interim study,” meaning that the committee would like the House or Senate to send it back down
Minnesota Basketball Opens Against New Hampshire
It remains to be seen how the Gophers will play under Whalen, though if the team wants to look like her teams of old that will be welcomed. Minnesota will once again have a strong group of guards led by Kenisha Bell and Destiny Pitts. Bell and Pitts are both pre-season honorees and should be in cont
NH enhancing law to protect against elder exploitation
As currently written, the 2015 law (HB 1807-FN) prohibits taking property from elderly, disabled or impaired adults without legal authority and “knowingly or recklessly” through the use of “undue influence, harassment, duress, force, compulsion, [or] coercion.”
Staples Boys Cross Country Team Scores in New Hampshire
The Staples High School boys cross country team finished fifth today at the 84th Annual New England Interscholastic Cross Country Championships at Derryfield Park in Manchester, New Hampshire. The Wrecker team and the Danbury Hatters girls teams had the FCIAC conference’s best showings. More than 25
UMass hammers New Hampshire, 104-75
The fact the Minutemen shot 66.7 percent from the field, just shy of setting a program record, was irrelevant. The five scorers in double figures and seven with at least nine were not nearly as important to McCall as the other end of the floor.
UMass hammers New Hampshire, 104-75, behind five double-figure scorers
AMHERST - New Hampshire offered little resistance to the UMass men's basketball team's path to opening the season with back to back wins. The Minutemen spent most of the game and all of the second half comfortably ahead as they rolled over the Wildcats, 104-75, Friday at the Mullins Center.
New Hampshire Elects Afghan Refugee Who Fled Taliban To State House
Democrat Safiya Wazir, 27, a mother of two who escaped Afghanistan as a child, defeated Republican Dennis Soucy for the seat. She lived in a refugee camp in Uzbekistan for 10 years, was resettled in Concord in 2007, and learned English as she made her way through high school,studying the dictionary
UMass dominant in blowout win over New Hampshire
Behind 18 points from Rashaan Holloway, 14 from Luwane Pipkins and some help from up and down the stat sheet, the Massachusetts men’s basketball rolled to a dominant 104-75 win over New Hampshire on Friday.