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Judge: Absentee Ballot Signature Law 'Fundamentally Flawed' | NH1
NH1 | August 15, 2018
The process that New Hampshire uses to validate signatures on absentee ballots has been thrown into doubt after a federal court ruled Tuesday that it was unconstitutional. Read More ...
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
The median home price in the past two years has soared by more than 42,000 statewide mdash and nearly 55,000 in Rockingham County.July set another monthly record, at 298,850 statewide, up 10.7 percent in a yearrsquos time. Half of Rockingham Countyrsquos homes sold for more than 389,950 last month, ...
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
DURHAM ' A team of engineers and students from the University of New Hampshire's Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping recently returned from a voyage that deployed the first autonomous robotic surface vessel from a NOAA ship far above the Arctic Circle.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
MANCHESTER - Christopher MacDonald is the new principal at Hallsville Elementary School.MacDonald moves from the city's Northwest Elementary School, where he had been assistant principal since 2008.His career in education includes eight years teaching third and fourth grades in...
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
WOLFEBORO ' A Rochester woman charged with theft, accused of fraudulently buying a 1,299 laptop computer on a local businessman's account, took part in an elaborate scheme to cover up her crime, according to a police affidavit.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
A STRING of blazing summer days in New York City and after the sun went down, perfect summer nights, diners in sidewalk cafes along Columbus Avenue, dogs walking their owners, and my wife walking me. 'You need to get out and move around,' she says. 'It's not healthy to sit at a desk all day.' And sh...
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
FRIDAY, deep into the 17th year of America's longest war, Taliban forces overran Ghazni, a provincial capital that sits on the highway from Kabul to Kandahar.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
MANCHESTER - A man who began yelling and swearing at police who were investigating a car accident Tuesday was arrested on multiple charges after officers used a Taser on him, police said.Officers were at the crash scene at Maple and Amherst streets at 9:25 a.m., when William Schoof, 30, no fixed...
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
Brock Holt, pinch-hitting for right-hander Rick Porcello, made the starting pitcher a winner Tuesday night by hitting the tie-breaking home run in the eighth inning as the visiting Boston Red Sox beat the Philadelphia Phillies, 2-1, in the opener of a two-game interleague series at Citizens Bank Par...
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
Constantly on the lookout for new dining options, a story in the Union Leader's Business section touting the impending opening of a 110 Grill on Manchester's Elm Street recently caught our eye.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
National Tequila Month was in July and Cinco de Mayo was in May, but you shouldn't wait for a special day to enjoy tequila.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Tuesday that she couldn't guarantee that the American people will never hear President Donald Trump uttering the n-word on an audio recording, as a former senior White House adviser continued a publicity tour to promote her new book depicting t...
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
Southwest Airlines Co. would limit emotional support animals to only dogs and cats on its flights and will allow one per passenger, the airline said on Tuesday as it updated its service animal policies.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
To the Editor: To stand by the Boston Globe, the biggest liberal rag in New England, is an insult to all who voted for President Trump. You should remove William Loeb's name from this paper. I'm sure he would turn over in his grave if he saw what this paper has become.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
To the Editor: I am writing to encourage people to vote to reelect Rep. Mark Pearson in the Republican primary on Sept. 11. He's running again for the New Hampshire House of Representatives for District 34, which comprises Atkinson, Hampstead, Kingston and Plaistow.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
To the Editor: In the editorial you wrote 'Driving on public roads is a privilege granted to those who pass a test and register their vehicles.' While this is the state's position, it does not lawfully apply to those who are traveling for private purposes.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
We want to give full credit to Nashua Mayor Jim Donchess for keeping city spending under budget for the year, resulting in a 4 million surplus.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
To the Editor: Sept. 11, only a few weeks away, is a very important day since on that day we will vote in our party primaries for candidates to run in the November General Election.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
The Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications will present a wide variety of offerings this fall, including classes on writing, photography and video editing, as well as public speaking and using social media to improve your business.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
Nashua officials on Tuesday approved a new police contract that will provide patrolmen with significant salary adjustments.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
Fishermen struggling to turn a profit on the water this year will receive some much-needed relief from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
A Plymouth man pleaded guilty on Tuesday to selling the fentanyl that caused the overdose death of Carlton Messinger on Oct. 23, 2014.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
A man charged with hurling a coffee cup out the window of a car at an elderly woman walking on Lehner Street in Wolfeboro is scheduled to be arraigned on charges of attempted simple assault and littering.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
The state plans to turn the busy intersection of Main Street and Route 27 in Epping into a four-way stop to address safety concerns following dozens of crashes.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
The owner of Williams Hussey Machine Co. in Amherst says he has seen a significant hike in steel costs since the new tariffs imposed by the Trump administration.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
Gunnar Heidt had three of New Hampshire's 11 hits but the Fisher Cats fell 5-0 to the Altoona Curve on Tuesday night in Eastern League action at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
Lawyers for Paul Manafort rested their case Tuesday without calling any witnesses, bringing a swift end to the evidence stage of his tax- and bank-fraud trial, which legal analysts say appears stacked against President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
A West Virginia Supreme Court justice retired on Tuesday, the day after state lawmakers voted to start impeachment proceedings against the full court, accusing four judges of lavish spending that included more than 1 million in office renovations.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
Chelsea Sedlar fired a 3-under par 69 Tuesday to vault into the lead after two rounds of the New Hampshire Women's Golf Association's State Amateur Championship at Portsmouth Country Club.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
British police searched three houses in the middle of the country as part of a counter-terrorism probe into a car attack on Parliament Tuesday that left pedestrians and cyclists injured.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
Top Roman Catholic leaders in Pennsylvania routinely covered up child sex abuse by hundreds of priests over decades, according to a long-awaited grand jury report released Tuesday.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
It appears Andrew Duval's University of New Hampshire football career may be over before it really ever got started.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
Hooksett's Matthew Paradis struggled on the back nine Tuesday in his second round at the U.S. Amateur Tournament at Pebble Beach Golf Links, finishing with a 5-over-par 76 and was projected to miss the cut.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
Yes, the recipe for moussaka has 25 ingredients. No, I never run recipes that long, because who has the time?
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
The major-league debuts of a pair of former New Hampshire Fisher Cats on Monday night had a somewhat historic twist.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
A new national study concludes many seniors outlive the age they are capable of driving by seven to 10 years, yet more than 80 percent fail to talk to a doctor or family member about it.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
A federal judge has struck down as unconstitutional a 40-year-old election law that allowed local moderators in New Hampshire to toss out the absentee ballot of someone whose signature on an affidavit failed to match their completed ballot.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
New Hampshire high school students, mobilized by the school shootings in Parkland, Fla., earlier this year, are using the six-month anniversary of the tragedy to set the stage for more school safety protests, community forums and legislative initiatives when school resumes.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
A judge has threatened to jail a Plaistow homeowner if she doesn't allow an inspection of her residence, where three people died of carbon monoxide poisoning in 2014.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
A trio of Manchester residents were charged with bank fraud and conspiracy charges, federal prosecutors announced Tuesday.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
Nonprofits offering youth leadership programming in the state are reminded the deadline to apply to be considered for selection for the 2019 Champions in Action Award is this Friday.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
City aldermen voted Tuesday to recommend public works personnel implement some immediate mitigation efforts ' and explore funding options for more long-term solutions ' after reviewing data showing 337 accidents were reported over a three-year period at 12 intersections along the Maple, Beech, and U...
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
City aldermen voted Tuesday to confirm Mayor Joyce Craig's pick to become the new chief executive of the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, and while their final vote reflects unified support for the choice, the opinions aired were anything but.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
Liberty Utilities is planning an open house and information session on the Granite Bridge natural gas pipeline project in Manchester on Tuesday, Aug. 21, from 5 to 8 p.m. at The Derryfield, 625 Mammoth Road.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
A team of engineers and students from the University of New Hampshire's Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping recently returned from a voyage that deployed the first autonomous robotic surface vessel from a NOAA ship far above the Arctic Circle.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
Mayor Joyce Craig has tapped the city's deputy health director to become the next leader of the Manchester Health Department.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
The Wolfeboro woman charged July 3 with hitting a highway maintenance worker with her car last winter remains free on 1,000 personal recognizance and has been ordered to neither drive nor drink alcohol.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
Brown's Lobster Pound is open for business despite damage to the iconic Seacoast restaurant's dining room and roadside sign.
New Hampshire Union Leader | August 15, 2018
LACONIA - A Maine man whose vehicle collided with a car headed south in the northbound lane on the Laconia Bypass last winter has filed a lawsuit against the estate of the wrong-way driver, who died in the crash.Richard Leclerc, 56, of Berwick, Maine, claims in a suit filed Aug. 6 in Belknap County....
'It's About the Businesses': Sununu Vows to Keep Fighting Online Sales Tax | NH1
NH1 | August 14, 2018
But for many in New Hampshire, the South Dakota v. Wayfair ruling was viewed as an affront to the Granite State's politics and way of life. Read More ...