Recently in this blog, we reported on the rise in heroin use among teenagers who live in New Hampshire's seacoast community, noting multiple incidents that had occurred within a relatively short period of time.
In March 2012, Bowling Green State University released a reported entitled "The Gray Divorce Revolution," which examines trends among American couples ages 50 or older. The data reveals some interesting statistics - namely that the divorce rate among members of the Baby Boomer generation has grown significantly, doubling between 1990 and 2010.
A large party at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) in Durham this past weekend drew the attention of local law enforcement officials and led to the arrest of one 21-year-old.
Law enforcement officials in Manchester, New Hampshire, are on the lookout for a man who allegedly sexually assaulted a woman in her driveway.
For many people, planning a will and estate can be a daunting task, as it forces them to confront their own mortality. As difficult as it is, though, it's important for everyone - no matter what phase of life they are in - to keep these considerations in mind, as completing these documents can make the logistics of sorting out money and assets much easier for the loved ones they leave behind.
If you suffer an illness or injury while on the job in the state of New Hampshire, it's important to understand the rights that you're legally entitled to. Through workers' compensation insurance, your medical and rehabilitation costs and lost wages should be covered if necessary, regardless of who was at fault for the incident.
On the afternoon of Monday, April 8, a patient at the Center for Life Management, a group home in Salem, New Hampshire, got into an altercation with a staff member that led to his arrest.
Last month, we wrote about the New Hampshire House's vote of 286-64 in support of establishing a medical marijuana program in the Granite State. Next week, the Senate will hold a hearing to determine if the proposed bill - which would enable individuals who suffer from chronic or terminal illnesses to use the drug under a doctor's recommendation - will pass.
A University of New Hampshire (UNH) professor faces simple assault charges following a domestic disturbance that occurred at his 27 Elm St., Newmarket, home.
Lawmakers in New Hampshire are considering a bill that would provide immunity to people involved in drug- or alcohol-related emergency calls, based on the theory that it may save lives.
If you'll be appearing in court for any reason, it's important that you prepare yourself as much as possible beforehand. Just as legal issues are complex and in many cases confusing, so is representing yourself in court, filing necessary documents and determining when and where you need to be.
Two New Hampshire men were arrested for their involvement in an early morning disturbance on the streets of Keene last week.