O’Malley has another New Hampshire trip planned.

As he continues to mull over a possible bid for President in 2016, Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley has already scheduled his third trip to the Granite state for Sept. 26th.


Settlement reached in supermarket chain feud.

Following the news that a deal was reached between former CEO Arthur T. Demoulas and the current board to buy the Market Basket chain, Trucks have already started making deliveries to stores .


NH Supreme Court upholds education tax credit law.

The State's Supreme Court has left a state law intact that creates Business education tax credit to fund scholarships to private schools.


FairPoint declares impasse, unions disagree.

Fair Point officials say talks remain deadlocked after weeks of negotiating with unions representing more than 1,700 workers in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.


Deal reached to sell supermarket chain to ex-CEO.

Market Basket officials confirmed Wednesday that CEO Arthur T. Demoulas will be returning to the company after reaching a deal to buy the New England based supermarket chain.


Unions delivering another proposal to FairPoint.

In hopes of ending the current stalemate, another contract proposal is being delivered to the company after the one on August 14th was rejected.


Long-delayed school postpones opening date.

While construction of the new school has been finished, the first day has been been pushed back to Monday Sept. 8th to give teachers more time to set up their classrooms.


Former FBI director Freeh injured in car crash.

Former FBI director Louis Freeh is recovering in a New Hampshire hospital following a single car-crash in Vermont.


No deal yet in Market Basket feud.

While the parties involved in the ongoing feud plaguing the Market Basket Chain have yet to reach a deal, sources say the family feud may be nearing its end.


Some growers win, some lose in Market Basket tiff.

Some farmers in New Hampshire and Massachusetts are finding new customers for their products while others are facing the troubling task of moving their products, after some of their big orders were canceled.


Murder suicide leaves 2 dead in Townshend.

Vermont State Police say 26-year-old Shane Brodeur shot 20-year-old Katelyn McFadden and then shot himself.


Brattleboro tries again for town manager.

The third attempt to discover a Town Manager, officials in Brattleboro say they've received 49 applications of those interested in the job.


Home state mourns slain New Hampshire journalist.

Following the confirmation that Journalist James Foley was in fact executed by Islamic militants in Syria, the state and numerous political officials are mourning his loss.


2nd House District candidates set to debate.

2nd Congressional District Republican candidates Marilinda Garcia and Gary Lambert will take part in a debate Tuesday evening at Franklin Pierce University.


Governors step into supermarket feud fray.

Both New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan and Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick are joining in the efforts to bring the supermarket standoff to an end.


Republican 1st District hopefuls weigh in on Iraq.

Frank Guinta & Dan Innis shared their insights on what role they think the U.S should play since the recent rise of Islamist militants in Iraq.


Store owner charged with selling “spice”.

Christopher Matte of Hudson, owner of Ace Discount Cigarettes, was arrested Friday on two counts of felony drug sales d for selling a synthetic marijuana linked to a spate of overdoses.


Keene Woman Charged in Stabbing.

31 year-old Emina Hoit has been charged with stabbing a man and is facing Second Degree Assault Charges.


Brattleboro Retreat faces possible loss in funding.

Following a patient suicide attempt in June, Officials found issues with not only patient safety but also issues with an elevator.


Lawyers: Teen suffered ‘numerous’ acts of violence.

The Lawyers for Abigail Hernandez and her mother say she "suffered numerous acts of unspeakable violence." during the 9 months she was missing.

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