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UNH ties to Monday’s CFP National Championship Game

UNH ties to Monday’s CFP National Championship Game

joshmorrill January 10, 2021
The biggest storyline ahead of Monday night’s College Football Playoff National Championship Game is head coach Nick Saban going for his seventh career national title. Saban has led his Alabama Crimson Tide to a 12-0 record en route to becoming the No. 1 team in the nation and now bidding to become national champions. For the state of New Hampshire, however, there should be a heightened level of interest for the No. 3 Ohio State Buckeyes on Monday night.
Manchester still seeking solution for rising homeless population

Manchester still seeking solution for rising homeless population

Ben MacKillop December 9, 2020
Last week the New Hampshire State Police dismantled the growing homeless encampment at 300 Chestnut Street in Manchester. The homeless encampment, which at the time of dismantling housed over 80 tents, had been a growing topic over previous weeks that the Attorney General’s office announced their intent to dismantle the encampment. The encampment area, which sits on state-owned land behind the Manchester courthouse, was deemed a “no camping” area on Nov. 6.
Update: New Hampshire’s travel restrictions

Update: New Hampshire’s travel restrictions

Cassie Hollasch December 9, 2020
After months of keeping the coronavirus (COVID-19) numbers at bay, New Hampshire has seen another spike in positive cases which has prompted them to enhance travel restrictions.
Gov. Sununu issues Statewide Mask Mandate

Gov. Sununu issues Statewide Mask Mandate

Cassie Hollasch November 20, 2020
Gov. Chris Sununu has issued a statewide mask mandate for the state of New Hampshire. The mandate takes effect Friday at 12:01 a.m.
Democratic State Reps. reelected in Strafford District 6

Democratic State Reps. reelected in Strafford District 6

Hannah Donahue November 5, 2020
The five incumbent Democratic State Representative candidates of Strafford District 6 were reelected late Tuesday night by a wide margin of votes.
Perkins-Kwoka defeats Polidura in state senate race

Perkins-Kwoka defeats Polidura in state senate race

Cassie Hollasch November 5, 2020
After a long 12 hours of Southeastern Granite State voters streaming in and out of polling centers, Democrat Rebecca Perkins Kwoka defeated Republican Sue Polidura in decisive fashion to capture New Hampshire’s District 21 senate seat.
UNH students share their election day experience

UNH students share their election day experience

Hannah Donahue November 4, 2020
University of New Hampshire (UNH) students flocked to the polls on Election Day. Oyster River High School (ORHS) was bustling with voters and electioneers. Faces were covered with masks, but spirits remained high. Coffee was served and buses shuttled students back and forth from campus to the polls.

Meet the N.H. Register of Deeds candidate

Cassie Hollasch October 29, 2020
Catherine Berube is running for reelection as the Register of Deeds for Strafford County. She currently holds this position and has held it for three two-year terms.
Democrats talk student debt crisis on campus

Democrats talk student debt crisis on campus

Zach Lewis March 28, 2019
The New Hampshire Democratic Party spoke on the plan for student debt

Bobcat hunting approved in NH

Bret Belden March 21, 2016

The highly controversial bobcat hunting and trapping season was approved by the Fish and Game commission on Feb. 17 in a split vote of 5-4. “Sometimes, the heat of battle gets the better of folks,”...

Durham to hold Democratic presidential debate

Bret Belden February 1, 2016

In 2016, there are 81 million millennials eligible to vote, according to Reuters. But only about 15,000 of them will be given front seat access to one of the final Democratic debates in Durham on Thursday...

STAY, WORK, PLAY trying to retain recent graduates in NH

April 2, 2015

By Melissa Proulx, Staff Writer New Hampshire is in the midst of a demographic change, and when the roughly 2,500 students walk across the University of New Hampshire stage to get their diploma on May...

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