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N.H. House narrowly passes funding for children’s summer food assistance

“We can connect these children to the nutrition that they need when school is not in session,” said Representative Dan Wolf, a Newbury Republican.


Judge says $475,000 award in New Hampshire youth detention center abuse case would be ‘miscarriage of justice’

“The cognitive dissonance between a $38 million verdict and the finding of a ‘single incident’ of actionable abuse cannot stand,” wrote the judge, who acknowledged that he should have instructed the jury more clearly.


Political consultant behind robocall that faked Biden’s voice indicted in N.H. on 13 felonies

The Federal Communications Commission has proposed slapping Steven Kramer of New Orleans with a $6 million fine.

FCC fines political consultant $6 million for AI robocalls that impersonated Biden before N.H. primary

Steve Kramer, who also faces two dozen criminal charges in New Hampshire, has admitted orchestrating the message sent to thousands of voters.

Squirrels cause more power outages than you might think

Unitil found squirrels cause 11 percent of routine power outages. They sneak around safeguards, chew on lines and build nests in the equipment.


Why this nonprofit is using power tools to empower girls

Girls at Work is using hands-on learning and the socratic method to give girls confidence and help them get jobs in the trades.

Traveling for Memorial Day weekend? These are the best and worst times to hit the road.

“We haven’t seen Memorial Day weekend travel numbers like these in almost 20 years,” said Paula Twidale, senior vice president of AAA Travel.

Map: What is the air quality like in Boston today?

See air quality index readings from around the Northeast and the United States.