An uneasiness about the future of the United States grips most Americans. Over 70 percent agree that the nation is headed in the wrong direction.
The New Hampshire housing market is in tougher shape than most of the country. Consider that a healthy inventory of homes for sale is 5 to 6 months’ worth of supply – meaning if no more homes came on the market, the existing stock would be sold within six months.
A Littleton couple who took in their son’s girlfriend’s niece and two nephews, giving them a safer, more stable, and cleaner home, cannot get state assistance for food and groceries because the children are not relatives.
Fifteen years after New Hampshire state law allowed towns and cities to form their own stormwater utilities, not a single municipality has successfully enacted one.
A new state civics textbook is one step closer to reaching the desks of New Hampshire students after the Senate Finance Committee approved a budget provision of $1 million last week for its creation.
Despite the rise in unemployment rate, the nation’s total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 339,000 jobs.
Ending many months of speculation, New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu announced Monday he will not seek the Republican nomination for president in 2024.
A new National Institutes of Health study suggests prenatal exposure to PFAS is linked to slightly higher body mass index and obesity risk in children. Some of the data used came from New Hampshire.
The Department of Health and Human Services was before the Executive Council Wednesday with a second request to repurpose unspent federal money to cover higher-than-expected construction costs for a new forensic hospital.
Gov. Chris Sununu vetoed a bill this week that would have dramatically expanded net metering in New Hampshire, pointing to a drafting error that he said went too far.