Latest Death Toll: No End in Sight for Opiate Deaths in NH

BREAKING THE CHAINS: “There were 114 deaths in the first three months of 2015 and about 111 confirmed and potential drug deaths for the same time period this year so it looks like we are on track,” said Kim Fallon, Chief Forensic Investigator at the NH Office of Chief Medical Examiner. Fallon cautioned, however, that it is too early to make predictions for 2016.

‘What is a mother to do? My heart belongs to an addict’

BREAKING THE CHAINS: And I remember who he was before the drugs stole him. I remember that little boy with blue eyes and curly, almost-white hair. And everything he put me and our family through fades away, if only for a fleeting moment.

How College Students Register and Vote in NH Primary

KEENE – If you are a college student confused about how to vote in the New Hampshire primary on Feb. 9, you are not alone. Noelle Rossini details how to register and vote in the first-in-the-nation New Hampshire primary.