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Bedford, N.H., school officials investigate reports that students were secretly photographed, put on trading cards

An online petition is calling for those responsible to be expelled.

How do fiber and food insecurity impact the health of N.H.’s Hispanic community?

UNH professor Maria Carlota Dao is working on a new study to provide information so researchers can start to answer that question.


Important dates as N.H.’s presidential primaries approach

The calendar is a bit quieter this week for presidential campaigns on the ground in New Hampshire. That makes sense since the second GOP debate is Wednesday night on the opposite side of the country.


Project Upcycle runway: Serving runway looks, sustainably

New Hampshire designers will compete to create creative, sustainable style. The theme of this year’s competition is “New England streetwear.”

First human case of Jamestown Canyon virus found in New Hampshire this year, officials say

New Hampshire public health officials also said they have discovered two cases of Powassan Virus, both of which are spread by bites from insects.

Boston woman rescued after hurting her leg in the White Mountains

Leenah Hassan was hiking with a group of friends when she slipped on a wet rock.

Boys accused of secretly photographing, making trading cards of girls at Bedford High School in N.H.

School officials in Bedford, N.H., are investigating allegations that some boys secretly photographed girls and made trading cards of the images.


Republicans will lose ‘handily’ if Trump is the nominee, Governor Sununu says

During The Texas Tribune Festival in Austin on Thursday, Sununu lamented political polarization, criticized the frontrunners in both presidential primaries, and preached his brand of conservatism.