N.H. To Receive More Than $2M To Address Youth Homelessness

The two-year, $2.2 million grant through HUD’s Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP) will support the Coordinated Community Plan for the Balance of State Continuum of Care (CoC), which covers the geographic areas outside of Manchester and Greater Nashua.

New Black Heritage Plaque Honors Potter Place’s Namesake

ANDOVER — As of Aug. 7, there’s another reason to visit the village of Potter Place in the town of Andover: a Black Heritage Trail plaque in honor of the village’s namesake, Richard Potter.

Ending the Death Penalty, Step by Step

Deciding that something needed to be done, she started an anti-bullying group, Everybody Love Everybody, with support from a teacher. 

Education Freedom Accounts Are Just the Beginning

One of the most expansive school choice programs in the country, it was sold as a way for students and parents to find the best educational avenues to fit their student’s individual learning needs.

Police Search Northfield, Tilton For Evidence in Homicides of Mother, 2 Sons

They will be in Northfield and Tilton in the areas of Wethersfield Road, Shaker Road, Tilton Road, and Laconia Road, as well as the ramp areas entering Route 93 for the continued investigation into the homicides of Kassandra Sweeney, age 25, and her two sons Benjamin Sweeney, age 4, and Mason Sweeney, age 1.

N.H. Revenue Surplus for 2022 Shrinks Slightly With Adjustments

According to figures released Friday afternoon by the Department of Administrative Services, the state ended the 2022 fiscal year with a $429.7 million revenue surplus based on preliminary accrual adjustments.