Every year, the national polling firm Woodward-White performs an exhaustive search for the country’s best attorneys and publishes their names in “The Best Lawyers in America.”

Editor's Note

Singularities

New Hampshire’s most celebrated poet wrote those lines in one of his lesser-known poems, appropriately titled “New Hampshire.” I say “lesser known” but not unappreciated.

Politics & Opinion

Don't Quote Me

New Hampshire's Jack Kenny discusses comments politicians make off the record and if they count or not.

Some Kinda Fun

New Hampshire's own Adi Rule discusses the wonders of a Granite State summer, from visiting the dump to looking at pigs.

Women Candidates Win in New Hampshire

New Hampshire voters may have a distinctly different opinion about what, exactly, electable means. For a while now, voters in the Granite State, particularly Democrats, have long preferred and sought to recruit female candidates, believing they had a better chance of winning. And our election record is quite clear — in New Hampshire, women win.

Shrinking Coverage

Local statehouse reporters are vital, but they are becoming increasingly rare. Why this is bad news for everyone in New Hampshire.

Our Safe Space

New Hampshire's own Mike Morin thinks about reinventing the state slogan to something Mr. Spock might recognize.