U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel walks out to welcome New Zealand's Minister of Defence Gerry Brownlee at the Pentagon in Washington on Monday.
President Barack Obama called Chuck Hagel “no ordinary secretary of defense” as he announced Hagel's resignation Monday, opening the way for a new Pentagon leader to confront evolving national security challenges in the final two years of Obama's presidency.
Former N.Y. Gov. George Pataki visited New Hampshire on Monday as he continues to consider whether he will run for president in 2016.READER COMMENTS: 4
U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., and Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., commented Monday on Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel’s resignation.
State budget writers approved $18.3 million in state agency cuts through the remainder of the 2015 fiscal proposed by Gov. Maggie Hassan on Monday to address a budget deficit Republicans say could be...READER COMMENTS: 0
The Ballot Law Commission did not take any bold steps Monday in siding with the Secretary of State's Office in all but one challenge to the agency's decisions during recounts earlier this month.READER COMMENTS: 15
Budget writers in the next Legislature face a daunting task as they try to balance a new, two-year state budget amid declining business tax revenues and built-in spending increases.READER COMMENTS: 19
As he prepares to return in January as Speaker of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, state Rep. Bill O'Brien, R-Mont Vernon, is promising a more conciliatory tone, in contrast to the...READER COMMENTS: 47
By four votes, House Republicans decided to give William O'Brien another term as House Speaker, as he promised a more inclusive and less confrontational approach than in his first stint.READER COMMENTS: 0
William F. Dwyer, commissioner of the Treasury, is seeking a full term as treasurer when the Legislature convenes Dec. 3 to organize and elect constitutional officers.
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The Manchester Board of School Committee narrowly approved extending the employment contract of Assistant Superintendent David Ryan and formally dropped his residency requirement.READER COMMENTS: 0
With state work expected on Rt. 101A, Milford is considering opening the access from Jones Road to Rt. 101A to help alleviate traffic woes.