• In this Sept. 18, 2015, photo, Kylee Moriarty, left, and her mother, Jackie Law, sit together outside the halfway house in Boston where Moriarty resided. This was their first meeting in person in more than a year. Moriarty is among more than 200 addicts taking advantage of a unique program offered by police in Gloucester, in which heroin addicts are fast-tracked into treatment rather than arrested. (AP Photo/Philip Marcelo)

    Getting clean: Heroin addict goes through pioneering program

    BOSTON (AP) — Kylee Moriarty has experienced her share of ups and downs since deciding to kick her heroin habit this past summer.

  • This Oct. 2, 2015 photo, shows the Concord gasholder building, built in 1888 in Concord, N.H. After the roof was damaged during a storm in 2013, the building was temporarily repaired and now historians and preservation experts worry that without permanent repairs, and soon, the building is doomed to the rubble pile. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

    Gasholder, piece of industrial past, faces uncertain future

    CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A round, red-brick relic of this country’s industrial transformation sits shakily at the southern entrance to New Hampshire’s capital city, the cupola atop its conical, tree-damaged roof slumping northward.

  • New leadership at New Hampshire Motor Speedway

    LOUDON, N.H. (AP) — David McGrath has been named executive vice president and general manager at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

  • In this Sept. 6, 2015, file photo, a local resident looks through the front door of Uncle Nancy's Coffee House as Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks during a campaign stop in Newton, Iowa. The Associated Press interviewed nearly 70 Democratic and independent voters in the past two weeks, all at places where Clinton has campaigned in the first-to-vote primary states of Iowa and New Hampshire. Those voters expressed a litany of concerns with Clinton and her candidacy. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)

    Clinton draws early support but also ambivalence from voters

    DERRY, N.H. (AP) — Inside the arena, the roar was deafening when Hillary Rodham Clinton took the stage at the annual convention of the New Hampshire Democratic Party, with thousands jumping to their feet to welcome the party’s White House front-runner.