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Investigators conclude N.H. lawmaker doesn’t live in the district he represents

Troy Merner, a Republican from Lancaster, wrongfully claimed his office as his home. Now, the attorney general’s office is reviewing whether broke the law when he voted in local elections and claimed mileage for the wrong address.


Flipped seat sets the stage for even split in N.H. House

Democrat Hal Rafter of Nottingham prevailed over Republican James Guzofski of Northwood in Tuesday’s special election.

Friends mourn Dale Mooney, longtime fan who died after fight at Patriots game

Friends of the 53-year-old New Hampshire man are remembering him as a longtime fan of the team who was deeply devoted to his wife and two children.

Woman airlifted after falling while hiking Mount Monadnock

In a dramatic rescue, a Barre woman was airlifted off Mount Monadnock after she fell and suffered a severe head injury.


Rare Wyeth painting bought for $4 at N.H. thrift store sells for $150,000 at auction

The auction house said the N.C. Wyeth work had been procured at “an antique shop” in Manchester. By that, they meant the local Savers secondhand store.


Ruais, Cavanaugh win mayoral primary in Manchester, N.H.

The two will face off in the Nov. 7 general election to determine who will lead the largest city in northern New England.

Buddy Teevens, gridiron innovator and iconic Dartmouth football coach, dies at 66 after bicycle accident

He won five Ivy League championships with the Big Green but more importantly was responsible for advances in player safety.

What do culverts have to do with climate change?

Federal investments in New Hampshire are meant to help the state become more resilient in the face of rising sea levels. But a lot of work remains.