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Backcountry hiker forges a path to make outdoor adventures more inclusive

Mardi Fuller, the first Black person confirmed to have climbed all 48 of New Hampshire’s 4,000-foot mountains, is working to help other people of color experience great heights.


A closer look at the recent decline in overdose deaths in N.H.

Nashua saw a 46 percent decrease in suspected overdoses from opioids in January compared to the last 12-month average, while Manchester saw an even greater decrease of 56 percent, according to AMR, which provides ambulance services in the two cities.

Conn. woman injured in snowmobile crash in Bartlett, N.H.

Camilla Silva Sousa, 22, of Windsor, Conn., was riding a rented snowmobile on Bear Notch Road when she turned and drove off the left side of the trail and crashed about 2 miles from the nearest trailhead, officials said.

2024 has been deadly for snowmobile riders in New England

“Almost every crash is speed-related somehow or another,” said one officer with N.H. Fish and Game.

N.H. woman reported missing, dies after being found in woods near home, officials say

The woman was last seen leaving her home in Richmond, N.H., on Thursday afternoon and was reported missing on Saturday, officials said.

Proposal to ban some consumer products containing toxic PFAS chemicals clears N.H. House

The bill’s prime sponsor called the vote “a major step forward to reducing the impacts of PFAS in our state and protecting our environment, natural resources, and public health.”

Governor Chris Sununu: Alabama judge ‘overstepped his bounds’ in IVF opinion

Sununu said that invoking “the wrath of a holy God” in a legal opinion wasn’t appropriate. “If you based everything on religion, your own personal religion behind the bench, it would be chaos everywhere,” he said.

Hiker describes 11-hour ordeal after falling on Mount Washington, admits he was ‘underprepared’

In ferocious winds and freezing temperatures, hiker Cole Matthes slid hundreds of feet down a ravine on Mount Washington, sparking a rescue mission that would last 11 hours, utilize the mountain’s famed Cog Railway, and prompt harsh criticism from rescuers.