• Loudon Apr 10

    At NH Motor Speedway, More Residents, Plus the Governor, Get Vaccines

    A different kind of race is taking its third lap at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway this weekend, as the state holds another mass vaccination event at the Loudon facility. Gov. Chris Sununu this past week set a goal of giving out 12,000 total doses during New Hampshire’s third vaccination drive at the racetrack, all of which were provided by…

  • interstate 95 Apr 10

    New Hampshire Man Dies in Crash on Rhode Island Highway

    A New Hampshire man has died in an early morning  car crash in Rhode Island. State police say the single-vehicle crash occurred on Interstate 95 south in West Greenwich at about 3:30 a.m. Saturday. Police say 45-year-old Jason Reid, of Concord, New Hampshire, failed to negotiate a left bending curve and veered right, consequently leaving the roadway. His car then…

  • coronavirus Mar 31

    NH Residents Age 30 and Older Now Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine

    The next phase of vaccination signups in New Hampshire got underway on Wednesday. Residents age 30 to 39 are now eligible for the coronavirus vaccine. Over 35,000 people had scheduled appointments as of 3 p.m. Residents age 40 to 49 have been able to register since Monday. The last group ages 16 to 29 can sign up beginning on Friday….

  • Chris Sununu Mar 11

    NH Gov. Gives Update on Next Vaccine Phases

    Teachers and school staff in nearly 40 New Hampshire school districts are eligible to begin getting COVID vaccines, and a new registration system will debut when the rest can sign up next week.

  • New Hampshire Feb 16

    Lawsuit Seeks Remote Access to NH House Sessions

    New Hampshire Democrats are seeking a court order to allow lawmakers with serious medical conditions to attend next week’s House sessions remotely. With 400 members, the New Hampshire House is one of the largest legislative bodies in the world and skews older in age. Since last March, lawmakers have met several times at the University of New Hampshire ice arena,…

  • New Hampshire Jan 22

    NH Police Officer Charged With Choking Woman, Attempting to Conceal Evidence

    A Concord, New Hampshire, police officer is facing multiple charges for allegedly assaulting a woman and then attempting to conceal evidence from investigators. Bryan Croft, 39, of Concord, was arrested Friday on several felony and misdemeanor charges dating back to an incident that occurred on Oct. 17, 2020, according to the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office. He was employed as…

  • coronavirus Dec 23, 2020

    Sununu: No Plans for Additional Coronavirus Restrictions in NH

    Gov. Chris Sununu said Tuesday that he is not planning any additional coronavirus restrictions even as cases and hospitalizations in New Hampshire remain high. Neighboring Massachusetts announced new statewide restrictions Tuesday that will go into effect Saturday and last for at least two weeks. Business capacity limits and gathering limits are being reduced, and elective surgeries pushed back or canceled….

  • Ice Castles Nov 9, 2020

    Ice Castles Returning to NH This Winter With COVID Safety Measures

    The popular Ice Castles attraction will return to New Hampshire this winter with a new design and COVID-19 safety measures in place. Ice Castles said the annual winter attraction in North Woodstock — featuring ice slides, crawl spaces, caves and fountains illuminated at night — will be back in early January of 2021. “We are thrilled to welcome families back…

  • Concord Nov 7, 2020

    ‘So Excited': Lt. Mark Brave to Become NH's 1st Black Sheriff

    On Election Day, a young lieutenant in the Strafford County Sheriff’s Office made history, becoming the first Black person ever elected sheriff in New Hampshire. “I’m so excited, I really am,” said Lt. Mark Brave. “That says that New Hampshire is open to progress, they’re open to new ideas.” The 35-year-old Dover resident ran on a platform of transparency,...

  • Decision 2020 Nov 7, 2020

    ‘So Excited': NH City Elects the State's 1st Black Sheriff

    A Strafford County sheriff’s lieutenant became the first black person ever elected sheriff in New Hampshire.

  • missing Sep 11, 2020

    New Details in NH Motorcycle Crash That Killed Man, Grandson

    Two men found dead on the side of a New Hampshire road this week have been identified as a 69-year-old man and his 22-year-old grandson who went missing while on a Labor Day motorcycle ride, police said Friday. According to Boscawen police, Jerry Proper was riding a Honda trike with his grandson, Cody Pillsbury, as his passenger on Monday when…

  • missing Sep 11, 2020

    2 Found Dead Believed to Be NH Man, Grandson Missing Since Labor Day Motorcycle Ride

    The bodies of two men were found Thursday in New Hampshire, and they are believed to be a missing man and his adult grandson. Jerry Proper, 69, and his 22-year-old grandson, Cody Pillsbury, left Newport, New Hampshire, for a motorcycle ride on Monday at 2 p.m, planning to come back in time for dinner. But no one heard from them…

  • missing Sep 10, 2020

    Search on for Missing Man, Grandson After Motorcycle Trip

    New Hampshire police are looking for a man and his adult grandson who haven’t been seen they went on a motorcycle trip Labor Day.

  • New Hampshire Feb 18, 2020

    Après-Ski In New Hampshire

    Are you are planning on hitting the slopes this week? Well that requires a lot of energy. The Hub Today’s Anna Rossi is hitting the road and taking us up north to some of New Hampshire’s ski areas and showing us some of her favorite spots to grab a delicious meal. We can’t talk about ‘Ski 93’ without a...

  • New Hampshire Dec 6, 2019

    Rescuers Reach Mother-Daughter Hikers at NH Mountain Summit

    New Hampshire authorities have come to the aid of a mother and daughter out hiking who became stranded at a mountain summit due to whiteout conditions. The pair was hiking a familiar trail up Mount Lafayette in Franconia on Thursday. But they were unable to descend from the summit in high winds and blowing snow. A team of Fish and…

  • New Hampshire Nov 16, 2019

    Cory Booker Files for NH Primary Election

    The last major Democratic candidate filed for the New Hampshire primary Friday. Cory Booker may be polling low, but his energy was high at the Statehouse in Concord. He joked to Secretary of State Gardner that even though he has to be non-partisan, perhaps, Gardner could take the $1,000 Check and donate it back to the campaign.

  • New Hampshire Oct 7, 2019

    EEE Threat Rises in NH Despite Cooler Weather

    Even though temperatures are going down in New Hampshire, the risk of EEE is going up. Experts say that mosquitoes are resilient, and that people should not let their guard down with mild autumn weather.

  • NBC Oct 7, 2019

    EEE Concerns in NH Grow Despite Cooler Weather

    Temperatures may be dropping, but in New Hampshire, concerns of EEE are on the rise.

  • New Hampshire Oct 3, 2019

    NH Officials Warn People to Remain Vigilant About Mosquitoes

    The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services says this is the riskiest time to contract diseases from mosquitoes. Officials say that risk is still present until there’s a statewide hard frost when temperatures drop below freezing for several hours. They say insect repellants should continue to be worn for outdoor activities by everyone.

  • New Hampshire Sep 23, 2019

    5 of 13 Marijuana Bills Passed in NH

    New Hampshire lawmakers considered more than a dozen bills related to marijuana this year, but fewer than half of them became law. A push to have New Hampshire join others that have legalized recreational use of the drug fizzled, as did efforts to expand the qualifying conditions for the state’s medical marijuana program and to allow patients to grow their...

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