Governor declares state of emergency over in New Hampshire.

Following the first major winter storm of 2015, the Governor has declared the State of Emergency over.


Strong storm rolls into, shuts down New Hampshire.

The first major winter storm of 2015 has resulted in not only a state of emergency being declared, but also closings and cancellations across the state.


Northern New Englanders prep for foot or more of snow.

With a winter storm watch issued Monday morning, folks are preparing for a storm that could leave more than a foot of snow across much of northern New England.


Mediator says progress being made on FairPoint strike.

Allison Beck says progress is being made towards ending the three month strike by workers in Maine,New Hampshire and Vermont.


Christie schedules appearances in New Hampshire, California.

The New Jersey Governor has scheduled a trip to New Hampshire as he weighs a potential presidential campaign.


State Health Department to present plan to fill $58M hole.

On Friday Officials from the Department of Health and Human Services will present their plan to close a $58 million hole in the budget.


Congressional members ask for FairPoint assessment

Members of Congress from Vermont and New Hampshire are asking the FCC to assess the ability of FairPoint Communications to operate emergency communications networks in both states following outages last year.


NH community college system official interested in proposal

The chancellor of the Community College System of New Hampshire says he's interested in President Obama's proposal offering two years of free community or technical college, as discussed in his State of the Union address.


New Hampshire considers cross-border health insurance sales.

State Sen. Andy Sanborn says New Hampshire residents should be able to buy health insurance across state lines and it would increase competition and lower costs.


Firefighter to be Shaheen’s guest at State of the Union.

Sen. Shaheen has invited Portsmouth firefighter Bill McQuillen as her guest for President Barack Obama's State of the Union Address in Washington.


New Hampshire pushes to get ex-inmates health insurance.

Department of Corrections and Health officials says they've been working together to help former inmates gain health coverage after being released from prison.


Fire victim at shelter in Keene identified.

The State Medical Examiner says 46-year-old Russell Holden died due to smoke inhalation after a fire destroyed his makeshift shelter in West Keene.


Report: Officer justified in shooting, wounding suspect.

New Hampshire's attorney general says a Henniker police officer was justified in shooting and wounding robbery suspect Aaron Cadman, after he refused to obey the officer's commands to show his hands.


DES Declares Air Quality Action Day for Keene.

State Officials are advising sensitive individuals to take precautions between Wednesday evening through Thursday to protect their health due to expected high levels of air pollution in the southwestern part of the state.


Man found dead after fire in Keene.

Authorities say the man was dead after a fire at a makeshift shelter in the wooded area behind 481 West street.


Rand Paul coming back to New Hampshire.

The popular Republican Senator and likely presidential candidate, will spend a full day in the state Wednesday, with a full day of events including meetings with lawmakers, activists and business leaders.


Vermont man heads to trial in wife’s death in New Hampshire.

James Robarge stands accused of killing his wife Kelly Robarge, who went missing the same day she filed for divorce in 2013.


Workers in the dark on talks between FairPoint, unions.

1,700 striking workers in Maine,New Hampshire and Vermont remain in the dark as mediated talks between FairPoint and its two unions continue.


New Hampshire health advisory group gets update.

The State's Health Exchange Advisory Board will meet Friday and get an update on how many people have signed up for health insurance under President Obama's health care overhaul law.


Hassan renews call to restore, raise NH’s minimum wage.

During her inaugural address Thursday, Gov. Maggie Hassan renewed her call to restore and increase the state's minimum wage.

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