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  • TILTON, N.H. (AP) - Sen. Jeanne Shaheen is urging veterans to record their stories on film as part of a nationwide oral history project. Shaheen wants veterans to participate in...
  • — by KATHY McCORMACK
    TILTON, N.H. (AP) - For years, Roger Aldrich doubted that he'd ever see his World War II medals. Records of his service, along with many others, were destroyed in a huge fire at...
  • — by Adam Leech
    PORTSMOUTH - Democrats and Republicans in Washington don't agree on many things nowadays, but here's one thing the state's two U.S. senators do agree on: Great Bay is a vital part...
  • CONCORD, N.H. -- The Senate voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to provide the jobless with up to 20 weeks in additional unemployment benefits with New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen as...
  • — by JACKIE CALMES
    WASHINGTON - The Senate voted unanimously Wednesday to offer up to 20 more weeks of unemployment benefits to those who have been out of work a long time, after weeks of delay in...
  • — by Robert M. Cook
    SOMERSWORTH - The General Electric plant on Main Street could be at the beginning of a new wave of prosperity fueled by demand for smart grid technology. The company employs 378...
  • — by Jeanne Shaheen
    For nearly two weeks, I have been working with Senator Jack Reed (D-RI) and many of my fellow Senators to pass the Unemployment Compensation Extension Act to help struggling...
  • — by Hsiang-Ching Tseng
    WASHINGTON - Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., yesterday urged Republican senators yesterday to "do the right thing" and support the bill that would extend unemployment benefits in all...
  • — by Dan Friedman
    Senate Democrats used a news conference today to rip Republicans for holding up a bill to extend unemployment benefits, arguing GOP objections would require too much floor time to...
  • — by Editorial Staff
    The number 72 represents the horrific state of the labor market in New Hampshire far better than the state's September unemployment rate, which coincidentally, is...
  • — by John Distaso
    Washington - Sen. Jeanne Shaheen has reached agreement with Senate leaders to more fairly distribute extended unemployment benefits to residents of states with relatively low...
  • — by David M. Herszenhorn
    Women Democratic senators took to the floor on Thursday to describe the proposed health care legislation as crucial for American women. Jonathan Ernst/Reuters Senator Amy...
  • — by Conor Makem
    ROCHESTER - Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-Madbury, joined school officials, energy experts and lawmakers Monday on a tour of Spaulding High School's underbelly. The group examined the...
  • — by Andy Sullivan
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - With U.S. unemployment rising, lawmakers hope to resolve a logjam this week on a measure that would extend jobless benefits for those who already may have...
  • — by Peter Howe
    NECN: Peter Howe, Boston/Fitchburg) - As New England companies struggle to stay strong in a down economy, officials say a key strategy for many should be to increase their exports...
  • — by John Distaso
    Sen. Jeanne Shaheen says that when the Senate returns to Capitol Hill today, she will continue her push to extend unemployment benefits to out-of-work residents of all 50...
  • — by Ken Christian
    CONCORD, N.H. (AP) -- New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen plans to introduce an amendment next week that would give at least another 13 weeks of unemployment benefits to workers...
  • — by Kathleen Hunter
    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., was thwarted Wednesday, at least temporarily, from passing legislation to extend unemployment benefits for workers in states where...
  • — by Jeanne Shaheen
    As this school year gets underway across New Hampshire, we have extra reason to celebrate. This year, every child in New Hampshire will be able to attend public kindergarten and...
  • — by Jeanne Shaheen
    U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen spoke to the New England Council in Bedford Friday. Among her topics: health care reform. Here is an excerpt from her prepared remarks: The next major item...