New U.S. citizens Noriko Yoshida-Travers (Japan), Allison Buttle (Australia), Sri Padamati, Rava Padamati and Srigana Padamati (India) and Isaac Appiah (Ghana) share their stories at a naturalization ceremony held at the University of New Hampshire on Sept. 19, 2018.
Katie Herring James played professional baseball for the Grand Rapid Chicks in 1953 and has since been inducted into the Major League Baseball's Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. She was in Madbury recently visiting her niece.
Doris Brock believes her husband's exposure to dangerous chemicals while serving 35 years with the Air National Guard caused the cancers that claimed his life. She and others also worry that there are too many cancers for people who worked for the guard at the former Pease Air Force Base
Rochester Museum of Fine Arts co-founder Matt Wyatt, honored Wednesday by Gov. Chris Sununu and the Executive Council for his extensive dedication to the arts, discusses what state and local officials need to do to help both the revitalization of Rochester as well as other New Hampshire communities.
Rudy Giuliani, in Portsmouth on Wednesday, said his client, President Donald Trump, was stating his opinion, not issuing a directive, when he tweeted that Attorney General Jeff Sessions should end the Russia investigation.
Former Kennebunk High School teacher Jill Lamontagne reacts after being found not guilty of 14 counts of sexual assault of a 17-year-old student. The verdict came Thursday, July 26 in York County Superior Court.
Jody Marchand's husband Brian murdered her daughter Olivia, 17, shot her and then killed himself in 2010 in Westford, Mass. On Friday, July 20, 2018, Marchand was a panelist at a gun safety forum organized by the student group Exeter Orange at Exeter Town Hall.
Maddoc "Patches" Johnson, 13, of Portsmouth gives credit to his local training and experience in music and theater for his run on the NBC competition show "America's Got Talent." He shares his story in an interview with Grace Hanley.
Meghan Howey an anthropological archaeologist who chairs the UNH's Anthropology Department explains why she and a group of volunteers were digging at the site of the First Parish Church in Dover that was erected in 1654 last week.
In his first interview during his four-day New Hampshire swing, Democratic Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley vows "to fight the administration on their desire to go from family separation to family incarceration," but demurs on questions about a possible Democratic presidential bid.