A bill banning the hand-held use of cellphones or other electronic devices while driving was approved by the Senate Thursday.
The State Senate voted Thursday morning to keep the state's death penalty. The final vote was 12-12 and the bill was tabled, which effectively kills it unless one senator changes his or her mind.READER COMMENTS: 17
Owners of some small New Hampshire businesses said at a forum Thursday that paperwork and expense are threatening the economic platforms on which their companies are built — to the point that the Affordable Care Act could trump nature.
CONCORD – A day after he was one of two Republican Senators to vote to repeal the death penalty, Sen. Bob Odell announced he would not seek re-election to the District 8 seat he has held for...READER COMMENTS: 0
Senate refuses to take four bills passed by the House because they were killed last session.READER COMMENTS: 0
The gallery at the New Hampshire Supreme Court was standing room only Wednesday morning as justices took up the issue of the constitutionality of a state law that allows business education tax...READER COMMENTS: 0
Former District 4 Executive Councilor Ray Wieczorek let the cat out of the bag Wednesday, prematurely announcing that retired U.S. Postal Service District Manager James Adams is running for...READER COMMENTS: 0
Merrimack state representatives are facing an interesting dilemma on whether to support a gas tax bill that would eliminate a toll in town.READER COMMENTS: 0
Supporters said a person’s credit history does not predict job performance nor does it change a person’s intelligence or skills.
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Hoping to draw more businesses to Derry, councilors are participating in a state program to expand a revitalization zone in town.READER COMMENTS: 0
Thanks to a recent donation, Derry can purchase a portable speed monitoring sign to be used throughout town.