Monsignor Edward Arsenault was charged with theft after siphoning off money from his New Hampshire diocese.
On Wednesday, the New Hampshire House of Representatives will vote on a bill that when signed into law would end the death penalty in the state.
Kesha emerges from rehab, Aaron Paul talks drinking tequila with Jacko, New Hampshire okays growing pot, and Maryland decriminalizes weed.
Let’s be honest, the government hates when you take money away from them. It doesn’t matter how you do it, they simply don’t want to lose a dime. Yet a group of Robin Hoods seem to be doing just that in Keene, New Hampshire. It seems that a group of people are robbing from the... Show More Summary
Post by Mary Fischer. A New Hampshire mother has been arrested after her three kids under the age of 6 walked in zero degree temperatures to the police station, where one of them hoped to obtain a ride to school. Katarina Short has been charged with endangering the welfare of a child and providing false information to police. Show More Summary
Jason Bedrick Earlier this week, the Show-Me Institute released my study “Live Free and Learn,” the first analysis of New Hampshire’s trailblazing scholarship tax credit program, which is the first in the nation to include homeschoolers. Show More Summary
NH Gov. Maggie Hassan, get your bill-signing pen warmed up! The Koch brothers' Americans for Prosperity has been running ads in New Hampshire—using Republican activists as "victims"—and lobbying the legislature to kill Medicaid expansion. Show More Summary
Nancy Elliott, a Euthanasia Prevention Coalition International board member and a former three term New Hampshire state representative led the charge to defeat assisted suicide bill HB 1325 in New Hampshire. Nancy Elliott posted the following message on her Facebook page: Some of you may have heard by now that HB 1325 for Assisted Suicide […]
Before New Hampshire voters begin relishing their role as early vetters of 2016 presidential candidates, they may be hosting a marquee Senate race in 2014--if the GOP finds a contender with a fighting chance.
At 9pm ET I will be talking with Tom Brown about what I saw today at CPAC. More from Reason.com on CPAC 2014: Read Scott Shackford on minority outreach event that was not well attended. Elizabeth Nolan Brown on Donald Trump warning of immigrants aking “your” jobs. Reason 24/7 is keeping track of events at CPAC, follow along here.
New Hampshire is the latest state to get on board with Medicaid expansion. They still will need approval of a waiver from Health and Human Services, but the New Hampshire government is extremely likely to ask for an Arkansas style “private option” waiver. HHS has been willing to grant those waivers as long as there [Read more...] This space reserved for your ad.
Here’s another episode that reveals that the politics of Obamacare are more complex for Republicans than their tidy political narrative allows. In some good news out of New Hampshire, the GOP-controlled state senate has just passed the state’s version of the Medicaid expansion, after a contentious fight. It’s now headed to the Dem-controlled house, and […]
It was the most memorable moment in the debates of the 2008 nomination cycle. Before the New Hampshire Primary, Sen. Hillary Clinton was asked by the debate moderator to respond to comments that she had a powerful resume, impressive achievements, but she didn't measure up on the "likeability" scale.
Scott A. Weitzell, director of operations for the University of New Hampshire men's basketball team, was charged Wednesday with attempting to falsify evidence and resisting arrest. The charges stem from police attempts to execute a search...Show More Summary
Citizens of Durham, rest assured that your tax dollars are going towards scientific research. The town is sponsoring a "pee bus" for University of New Hampshire students who are studying the use of purified water as fertilizer. The research will be great for the environment and the town's finances—and also because now a Pee Bus is a real thing.
On Wednesday, the New Hampshire House of Representatives is slated to consider a batch of assisting suicide bills. New Hampshire, along with other New England states, has become a high priority target of the death advocates after Vermont legalized doctor-prescribed suicide last year. Connecticut also has an active bill. Additionally, Massachusetts, which narrowly defeated a […]
A new study from the University of Hampshire found that most people make their most important memories before they hit 25. Our Significant Memories Happen Before Age 25 is a post from: CalorieLab - Health News & Information Blog
A friend in New Hampshire, Mike Romano, emailed us this morning with a fascinating story and two intriguing photos. Here’s his tale: “So Friday morning we woke up to several of our horse fences broken down and couldn't figure out what real...
On February 26th, Ruger CEO Micheal O. Fifer announced plans to expand the small Ruger North Carolina facility, adding jobs to take "pressure" off Ruger's "existing workforce in New Hampshire and Arizona." According to the New Hampshire...Show More Summary
THREE CLAREMONT, NEW HAMPSHIRE, FIREFIGHTERS were injured Sunday night at a house fire that started in an adjoining chicken coop.