Nearly $560,000 in federal COVID-19 relief funds is going to a health care provider to expand access to telehealth services to veterans and low-income patients, New Hampshire’s congressional delegation said.
Discrimination would be prohibited against jurors in federal courts on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity under a bill reintroduced by U.S. Sens. Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire and Susan Collins of Maine.
With COVID-19 cases in New Hampshire continuing to decline, state officials eased mask guidelines on Thursday, recommending that anyone not showing symptoms of the virus can go without wearing masks in most indoor and outdoor locations.
A small, walk-in vaccination clinic held in Waterbury on Thursday is one of the reasons Vermont was able to be the first state in the country to give at least one COVID-19 vaccination shot to 80% of the eligible population.
Lawmakers adopted language during budget negotiations Wednesday that would allow the New Hampshire Legislature to end a state of emergency or any emergency order issued by the governor by a majority vote.
House budget negotiators have agreed with a Senate version of a provision that would prohibit teaching school children or public employees that one race is superior to another or that one inherently discriminates against another.
A Vermont man charged with illegally possessing large-capacity rifle magazines will file a second motion to have his case dismissed, this time arguing for his rights under the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
A preliminary National Transportation Safety Board report says five attempts were made to connect two rail cars during a switching operation before a Pan Am Railways conductor was pinned between them and died.
A state medical examiner says a man died of multiple gunshot wounds in an exchange of gunfire with police following a 10- shooting in Pittsfield. Local police and a regional SWAT team responded to a domestic disturbance call at a home on Monday.