John Lynch

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NH National Guard Team Headed To NY

A New Hampshire National Guard team is heading to New York to help communities getting hit by the incoming Nor’easter.


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Professor, Consultant Among NH Governor Hopefuls

A consultant, two business lawyers and a business professor are among the choices voters have in Tuesday’s primary election for New Hampshire governor.


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NH Gov. Declares West Nile Health Threat

The declaration allows the communities to take measures, including spraying, to decrease the threat to public health.


A Concord, NH neighborhood held a rally after a hate crime.

Concord, NH Neighborhood Bands Together After Hate Crime

Hundreds came out to show a family of Somali immigrants they are not alone, including Governor John Lynch.


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Activists Use Dead Voters’ Names At NH Primary

The secretly recorded video shows activists requesting ballots for recently deceased voters. In most cases, they receive the ballot with no questions asked.



All Major Roads Open As Leaf Peeping Season Begins In NH

As “leaf peeping” season kicks off in the White Mountains, state officials and local businesses are proud to announce all major roads are open.


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New Hampshire Gov. Lynch Won’t Run For Re-Election

Gov. John Lynch, a four-term Democrat, will not seek re-election in 2012. He is the state’s longest serving governor in nearly 200 years.


The famous Kancamagus Highway was damaged by Irene.

Historic Kancamagus Highway To Reopen After Tropical Storm Irene

New Hampshire’s historic Kancamagus Highway will reopen Sunday, nearly two weeks after significant damage caused by Tropical Storm Irene.


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NH Gov. Touts Former Mass. Company In Nashua

Gov. John Lynch was in Nashua on Thursday visiting a former Massachusetts company, one of many that have moved their headquarters across the border in recent years.