Havenstein takes tax pledge, troopers back Hassan.

Republican candidate Walt Havenstein will sign the traditional anti-tax pledge Monday, and incumbent Democrat Maggie Hassan has received the endorsement of New Hampshire State Troopers.


Renovated Brooks House opens.

After being devastated by a fire in 2011, the newly renovated Brooks House is open to the public.


Annual report tracks demographic and social trends.

A Study conducted by the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy predicts the state's aging population will reshape its health care system.


Vermont’s Senators vote against Obama on rebel aid.

Both Sen. Bernard Sanders & Sen. Patrick Leahy voted against a bill that allows the U.S. military to train and equip Syrian rebels for a war against Islamic State militants.


4 workers hurt in I-91 bridge accident.

Four construction workers were injured Wednesday working on a new highway bridge spanning the West River in Brattleboro, Vermont.


Man who shot mother, self, was law school student .

Authorities say Jonathan Trombly of Amherst, shot his mother, Elizabeth Trombly, multiple times before shooting himself.


Man charged with injuring 2-year-old boy.

Duke Pete of Keene has been charged with second-degree assault after police say he grabbed a 2-year-old boy by the head and threw him to the floor.


New Jersey’s Christie stumps for NH candidates.

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will return to New Hampshire Wednesday to campaign for Republicans, Walt Havenstein and Scott Brown.


Woman and adult son found dead in Amherst.

Authorities are investigating an apparent murder-suicide after Police discovered the bodies Tuesday of a woman and her adult son.


Eagle nursed back to health, released.

A veterinary clinic in Putney Vermont says they've successfully nursed an American bald eagle back to health and have released it.


Summit focuses on health cost innovations.

Healthcare providers in the Granite State who are being paid for how well they do instead of how much they do, say they're optimistic about controlling costs and improving outcomes.


State’s request for jury visits denied.

A request from Prosecutors, that jurors hearing the case of a Vermont man charged with killing a St. Johnsbury teacher be bused to the area for a crime scene visits has been denied by a Judge.


Fans of all ages come out for Granite-Con’14.

Fans from all over the state flocked to Manchester this weekend for this year’s Granite State Comic con.


Shea-Porter, Guinta gear up for a ‘threematch’.

This year's November election will mark the third time Democrat Carol Shea-Porter and Republican Frank Guinta have faced each other in the race for in New Hampshire's 1st Congressional District.


Trucker dies when tanker rolls, spilling asphalt.

Massachusetts State Police say Charles Vancor of Lebanon, New Hampshire was killed Saturday when his tractor trailer rolled over on Interstate 95 near Lexington and spilled liquid asphalt onto the highway.


Monadnock United Way Kicks off 2014-15 Campaign.

United Way officials kicked off the yearly campaign Thursday with the announcement it has already collected nearly a quarter of it's goal.


Market Basket chief reflects, looks ahead.

Arthur T. Demoulas says the company's 71 stores have already accomplished a remarkable turnaround thanks to employees who worked day and night to restock shelves left empty by a worker revolt in his support.


Flags flying at half-staff on Sept. 11.

Gov. Maggie Hassan has directed flags to fly at half-staff, proclaiming it as a Day of Remembrance in honor of those killed by terrorists on Sept. 11.


Supreme Court hears appeal of man who shot cop.

The Lawyer for Myles Webster is arguing the New Hampshire Supreme Court should grant him a new trial because release of his booking photo tainted eyewitness identifications.


New Hampshire primary turnout was 19 percent.

Secretary of State Bill Gardner says just over 19 percent of registered voters cast ballots in Tuesday's primaries.

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