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SALEM — U.S. Rep. Anne Kuster, D-N.H., visited Foxx Life Sciences in Salem Friday to discuss the importance of reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank. Company managers say it’s been a helpful resource for the fast-growing company as it expands its global customer base.
WINDHAM — The potential of increases in health care costs for small businesses around the state took center stage during a morning roundtable discussion.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (WCAX) New Hampshire Congresswoman Annie Kuster led a Congressional roundtable Tuesday to discuss how the criminal justice system can help curb the country's drug problem.
PELHAM — During the Vietnam War there were five options for young men like Tim Kennedy and Lenny Pitts — get married, go to college, get drafted, enlist or run away to Canada. Both choose to enlist in the Air Force.
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) U.S. Reps. Annie Kuster of New Hampshire and David McKinley of West Virginia have introduced a bill to make generic drugs more affordable for seniors.
Years before he took over the Merrimack County Department of Corrections, Superintendent Ross Cunningham took a chance on another county’s correctional facility.
Facing overcrowding, Sullivan County was contemplating building a new jail. Instead, Cunningham advocated for something else: funding for mental health and substance use treatment within the jail.
Thirty three years ago, the world watched in horror as the Space Shuttle Challenger exploded 73 seconds after liftoff, taking the lives of its seven crew members.
In New Hampshire, our grief was felt deep in our hearts as we mourned the loss of a beloved teacher who had dedicated her life to inspiring her students and helping young people discover the wonders of the universe.
HUDSON – U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster turned her attention to concerns over counterfeit electronic production in China Thursday while visiting Colt Refining and Recycling.
CONCORD, N.H. —
The family of a man who was kept as a prisoner of war for months during World War II has accepted medals on his behalf.
Lawrence Minnehan joined the Army when he was 19 and was sent to France to fight in the Battle of the Bulge. He was captured in January 1945 and was missing in action for six months before he was able to escape.