Inside a Hooksett warehouse on a humid Tuesday, Joe Whitten explains that it can take up to three generations for a non-biodegradable T-shirt to decompose in a landfill.
The national political spotlight falls on New Hampshire tonight as the controversial group No Labels holds its first major public event in Manchester.
The state announced Wednesday morning that it will not challenge a federal court order giving it until May 2024 to stop holding people it’s trying to hospitalize for emergency psychiatric care in emergency rooms for days, even weeks.
Researchers with the University of New Hampshire say the dramatic increase in visitors to New England’s national forests during the COVID-19 pandemic will have long-lasting effects.
Parasites and extreme weather led to the loss of nearly half of America’s managed honey bee colonies over the past year, according to a new survey.
An infusion of federal aid is expected to greatly expand access to broadband, or high speed internet service, across rural New Hampshire.
Here in New Hampshire, home prices increased by 4.4 percent compared to last year, with a median selling price of $452,700.
According to the report, business applications in the Northeast increased, with 64,005 new applications, a 1.1% increase from the previous month.
The “Sackett Case” challenged the authority of the EPA and Army Corps of Engineers (which jointly administer the part of the Clean Water Act that regulates wetland dredging and filling) over the denial by the EPA of the Sacketts’ permission to fill in a wetland lot adjacent to a lake in Idaho.
In 2022, lawmakers made a change to the state’s campaign finance laws that some quickly came to regret.