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Massachusetts Congressman Patrick Kennedy will pay the Granite State a visit Tuesday morning and host a roundtable aimed at putting mental health and addiction issues front and center for policymakers.
On Monday Hillary Clinton will file paperwork in Concord throwing her hat into the in the New Hampshire primary.
The Vermont Senator pans to file Thursday afternoon in Concord baring any challenges from Secretary of State Bill Gardner.
Police say a small plane was en route to New Hampshire from Philadelphia when it went down in the Atlantic Ocean off Breezy Point, Queens.
During a visit in Wolfeboro Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush showed a renewed burst of enthusiasm, despite constant jabs from fellow republican candidate Donald Trump.
Voters in Keene went to the polls Tuesday and elected incumbent Kendall Lane for a third term as Mayor.
Residents head to the Polls Tuesday and will decide who will become Keene's next Mayor and who will fill the ten open seats on City Council.
State Police say Ty Newman struck a car driven by Elizabeth Marshall of Rindge nearly head-on and as result Newman, Marshall and her passanger Brian Bishoff also of Rindge were hospitalized with serious injuries.
Police said they believe Nicholas Widomski of Brattleboro was struck and killed by an Amtrak train.
The Statehouse will be bustling with presidential candidates this week, as the filing period to run in the nation's first primary kicks off Wednesday.
Friday morning Reps Kuster and Guinta will host a a roundtable discussion to help solve the growing heroin epidemic in the Granite State.
With winter on the way, the state is set to receive more than $23 million in assistance under the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program.
Gov. Hassan has joined leaders from around the world by signing an agreement to help combat global warming and keep the Earth's average temperature from rising dangerously.