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Latest polling shows competitive presidential race in N.H.

The UNH Survey Center reported Thursday that 44 percent of likely New Hampshire voters support President Biden, while 41 percent support former president Donald Trump.

Melrose firefighter accused of stealing dead man’s identity

Melrose Mayor Jen Grigoraitis released a statement Friday confirming that a Melrose Fire Department employee, whom she did not name, had been arrested and was immediately placed on leave immediately.

Joe Zucker, prolific painter of innumerable styles, dies at 82

An influential painter, Joe Zucker took his obsession with process and materials to unique extremes.

Two people taken to hospital after crash at N.H. tolls

Authorities said the driver, who is from North Andover, was heading north when he lost control of the vehicle and struck a concrete traffic barrier at the toll plaza in Hampton, N.H.

Bob McCreadie, ‘the master of going faster’ in dirt racing, dies at 73

One of the winningest drivers in dirt racing history, Bob McCreadie was regularly introduced by announcers as “the master of going faster."

Migrant and other families may start losing emergency shelter coverage on Sept. 1, causing alarm among providers

Lawmakers and Governor Maura Healey passed a law in April limiting how long families can stay in the emergency shelter system for the first time since the program’s creation.

Healey names former city councilor O’Malley to BPDA board

O'Malley became the third new member appointed to the board since Mayor Wu took office.

BU to change the name of dorm named for English colonist who massacred Native Americans

The decision to remove Myles Standish’s name from the hall, which was approved earlier this month by the university's Board of Trustees, comes after years of advocacy by students and faculty.