A blast of cold Arctic air is moving into the Granite State today. It’s part of the same system that’s put the Midwest into a deep freeze.
Workers at specialized summer camps will be required to undergo criminal background checks in New Hampshire under a new law that takes effect Jan. 1.
Authorities say a leak in a refrigeration system at a New Hampshire food market has sent nine people complaining of dizziness and respiratory problems to three area hospitals.
Electric utilities continue to fix power outages across northern New England as a fast moving storm is expected to drop heavy, wet snow in parts of Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire.
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More than 1,400 Vermonters remained without power Sunday. The Vermont Electric Cooperative says it expects to soon restore power to 700 more customers.
Central Maine Power reported about 600 customers without power Sunday evening and Bangor Hydro Electric reports 717 outages.
A snowstorm Thursday is causing delays and accidents on New Hampshire highways.
State Police report a jackknifed tractor trailer in Hopkinton has led to the closure Interstate 89 southbound.
Police say they expect a tow crew to be on scene shortly, but said drivers should prepare for delays and plan for alternate routes into the early evening hours.
UPDATE: I-89 southbound is now open, according to the state Department of Transportation.
The New Hampshire Department of Transportation says it will close the Spaulding Turnpike Exit 3 southbound off-ramp in Newington for two weeks in January.
A legislative study group is floating the idea of imposing fees on canoes and kayaks in New Hampshire, but some lawmakers say the plan would sink like a stone.
The state’s highest court has upheld the convictions of a Manchester woman found guilty in the drowning of her 1-year-old son in a bathtub.
A new study shows New Hampshire's program to give schoolchildren the tools to take care of their teeth ranks consistently near the top of national ratings.
There's a search for a new operator of Robie's Country Store, a longtime campaign stop for candidates in New Hampshire's presidential primary.
New Hampshire U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster says hunters who donate wild game to food banks should be eligible for a tax deduction to cover the costs of processing.
The Sunapee man accused of killing two people in a car accident on I-89 in Lebanon earlier this month is now facing two counts of second-degree murder.
Robert Dellinger, 53, had already been arraigned on two counts of manslaughter in connection with the Dec. 7 accident that killed Amanda Murphy and Jason Timmons of Vermont.
Murphy was eight months pregnant. The couple's child was also killed in the accident.
Attorney General Joseph Foster announced the upgraded charges Friday afternoon.
The Department of Environmental Services blames cold temperatures and low winds for poor air quality in the valleys of Southwestern New Hampshire, including Keene.
The Executive Council has confirmed four judges for the circuit court nominated by Governor Maggie Hassan.
A judge has sentenced a New Hampshire man to the maximum of 35 years to life in prison for fatally shooting his wife in a jealous rage as their young son slept nearby.
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