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Friends of Aine turns tragedy into hope

MANCHESTER — Christine Phillips sits on a couch inside a beautiful Victorian house turned home of Friends of Aine’s Center for Grieving Children & Families. Christine, who co-founded the nonprofit agency with her husband David Phillips, talks about a dream…

NH AG concludes investigation into 2021 Portsmouth election

The New Hampshire attorney general’s office concluded former Portsmouth mayor Steve Marchand was responsible for creating and distributing derogatory ads aimed at then-Mayor Rick Becksted and four former city councilors during the city’s 2021 election cycle.

State funding for higher education and the workforce

New Hampshire’s workforce constraint has become more severe since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, with more than three job openings for every unemployed worker in June 2023 compared to less than two openings per resident seeking work just before the pandemic.

5 emerging cyber threats

Our reliance on digital platforms is growing, just as cyberattacks get more clever with five emerging cyber threats

Lending a Helping Paw

Dog Training Elite does more than obedience training — they're changing lives one dog at a time

D’Allesandro continues to build on his legacy

Sen. Lou D’Allesandro has served in elected office in New Hampshire for more than 45 years including 13 consecutive terms in the state Senate. Known for his booming voice on roll call votes, the…