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  • — by Dave Choate
    NEWINGTON - Responding to a great need, 12 members of the Air National Guards' 260th Air Traffic Control Squadron departed the Pease Air National Guard Base Friday night on a...
  • — by Geoff Cunningham Jr.
    PORTSMOUTH - U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen made a special visit to Pease-based Global Relief Technologies on Friday to praise the company as they prepare to head off to Haiti on Monday...
  • — by PATRICK MEIGHAN
    NASHUA - Federal lawmakers' No. 1 priority remains getting the economy moving, with reforming health care, building a strong clean-energy industry and freeing up credit for small...
  • CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - The federal government is giving New Hampshire an additional $2.5 million in emergency home heating assistance to help low-income and elderly families heat...
  • — by Adam D. Krauss
    DOVER - Since her first day on the job one year ago, U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen has received a daily report on the letters, e-mails and phone calls that flood her Capitol office....
  • — by SHIRA SCHOENBERG
    What should the military do to deployed soldiers who become pregnant? Maj. Gen. Anthony Cucolo, the commander of an Army division in Iraq, recently made headlines when he...
  • — by Jeanne Shaheen
    More than 60 years ago, President Harry S. Truman said: "Millions of our citizens do not now have a full measure of opportunity to achieve and to enjoy good health. Millions do not...
  • WASHINGTON - U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen announced today that her request for funding for conservation efforts at the Great Bay estuary has been approved by the Senate as part of the...
  • CONCORD - Dairy farmers whose livelihoods have been jeopardized by low milk prices and high production costs will be able to take advantage of the USDA's Dairy Economic Loss...
  • — by Jeanne Shaheen
    Member, U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources A fundamental aspect of addressing global climate change and shifting global energy use to alternative energy sources...
  • CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Mary Ellen Jackson is thrilled that New Hampshire nonprofit organizations could get an influx of volunteers, but she hopes resources will be available to train...
  • On Tuesday, a spillover crowd stood in the hallway outside a small room in the U.S. Capitol to listen as Sen. Jeanne Shaheen introduced a series of measures that will almost...
  • — by Jason Claffey
    SOMERSWORTH - In announcing more than $500 million in stimulus funds that were awarded to community health centers across the country, President Obama on Wednesday singled out Avis...
  • — by Brain A. Shactman
    Small business owners across the country are hoping a pair of federal programs boosted by economic stimulus spending will get a second chance, in the form of new funding. The Small...
  • — by Jim Abrams
    WASHINGTON - The Census Bureau should look to the long-term unemployed when it staffs the 2010 census, a group of Senate Democrats said Wednesday. The census "is providing a...
  • — by By Staff
    WASHINGTON - Sweeping health care legislation last night cleared its first hurdle in the Senate on a party-line vote. The 60-39 vote clears the way for a historic debate after...
  • — by Art McGrath
    SUGAR HILL-Last week, 65 years late, Roger Aldrich got his medals for his time fighting the Germans during World War II. Better late than never. He received his medals from U.S....
  • — by Staff
    WASHINGTON, D.C - U.S. Sens. Judd Gregg and Jeanne Shaheen have announced that the Senate has approved $10 million to replace squadron operations facilities at the Pease Air...
  • CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - The U.S. Senate has passed a bill that New Hampshire's senators say would provide millions of dollars in funding for improvements to the Pease Air National...
  • — by Roger Amsden
    TILTON - "I always expected to receive these in a shoe box that came in the mail, not at a ceremony like this,'' said Roger Aldrich of Sugar Hill, presented yesterday with...