Texas-based Kinder Morgan says it's planning to conduct more public information sessions.
On Monday Sen. Jeanne Shaheen is being honored by a group that encourages the success of young people in the state by reducing school dropouts and promoting educational success.
On Friday Keene State College President Anne Huot said, the school would pay the remaining costs incurred during violent disturbances that broke out at last year's Pumpkin fest.
Gov. Hassan will spend Friday serving 500 cups of Ivar's clam chowder, thanks to her winning "Souper Bowl" bet with her Washington counterpart.
Zachary Pinette of Springvale, Maine and Michael Tatum of Barrington, will plead guilty to second-degree murder for the stabbing death of Aaron Wilkinson of Madbury.
Drew Mullins is alive after his wife heard his muffled cries for help under 2 feet of snow and was able to call for help.
William Baer is suing the police officer who arrested him at a school board meeting after he objected to a book his daughter was assigned to read.
Residents came out Tuesday night for a forum on how to breathe new life into the corridor that runs from the former middle school to the Kingsbury property.
More than 1,700 workers in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont head back to work on Wednesday for the first time since going on strike four months ago.
On Monday U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio will hold a a Q-and-A session with voters in Hollis and take part in a book signing in Manchester.
Police say Tabitha Rantanen has handed her daughter Khalieyah, over to Police in Greenfield Massachusetts and turned herself in after fleeing from officials in Portsmouth.
Striking workers are scheduled to begin three days of voting on a tentative agreement just a day after negotiators announced a pact that could end the four-month strike.
Police say Brandon Calderara has been charged with falsifying physical evidence, after being accused of removing evidence from the scene of another man's drug-related death.
The Department of Health and Human Services says almost 53,000 New Hampshire residents either signed up for health insurance or were automatically re-enrolled in their plans during the Affordable Care Act's second enrollment period.
On Wednesday the House voted on a bills that would give more aid to growing school districts and reinstate money for school construction projects.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has hired Andy Leach as his senior adviser in New Hampshire.
On Tuesday the House and Senate finance committees will question Gov.Hassan over her $11.5 billion two-year state budget.
A Judge has refused to consolidate upcoming hearings in two counties in the case against Nathaniel Kibby, who stands accused of of kidnapping, imprisoning and raping a girl over a nine month period.
The committee advising State officials on the President's health care overhaul law is turning its focus to small businesses.
On Thursday Governor Hassan presented lawmakers a budget which includes few new taxes or fees, the most notable, a suggested 35 percent increase on motor vehicle registration fees.