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One final disaster: For retiring Derry Fire Chief George Klauber, Tuesday's blizzard...
Snowblower save: The Blizzard of 2015 left about eight inches of snow on Meredith Bay,...
At Plymouth's Flying Monkey: David Bromberg, Larry Campbell, above, and David Hidalgo — all...
Celebrating Seasons: Four cheerful, brightly-colored murals on view on the ground floor of...
On the Road: Darius Rucker is hitting the road to promote his forthcoming disc,...
On Location: Set within some of the world’s most breathtaking mountain...
'Pretty Reckless': Taylor Momsen is a pretty face — no doubt about it. But this...
29th anniversary: On NASA's annual Day of Remembrance, Charles Bolden, the space...
The 13th Annual New Hampshire Theatre Awards will take place at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Stockbridge Theatre on the Pinkerton Academy campus.
As part of its Youth Main stage series, Patrick Dorow Productions (PDP), in partnership with The Players' Ring, presents “Life on a Plate” this and next weekend on the Seacoast.
On Wednesday, the New Hampshire Department of Transportation is holding a public informational meeting on the Plaistow Commuter Rail Extension Study at 7 p.m. at Plaistow Town Hall.
Madison Turner told Atlanta’s Channel 2 Action News he had no idea he could be ticketed after Cobb, Ga., police pulled him over last week for eating while driving.
Less than two years old, the Schilling Beer Co. has earned still more praise for its brews based on centuries-old European recipes with Ski Magazine recently naming SBC one of six craft brewers in the U.S. who are “perfecting the craft — literally.”
Pumpkin Festival organizers announced plans Friday to move forward with plans for the 2015 festival and said about $60,000 of the $90,000 city bill for the 2014 festival will be paid soon.
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First Amendment advocates say Bedford High School may not have taken the right course of action in disciplining students based on comments they made on Twitter, which the high school deemed inappropriate and disruptive.
Editor's Note: The following column was printed in the Union Leader on Saturday, Feb. 19, 2005.
New Hampshire's 2015 moose hunt lottery is open.
Follow in the footprints of Granite State critters with “Mysteries of the Forest: Tracking NH's Animals” at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Massabesic Audubon Center.
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Polly's first served customers in a building that was an 1800s carriage house. That was subsequently converted into a woodshed and then into the “parlor,” which to accommodate demand had already been enlarged several times before the Cotes embarked upon the current expansion.SECTIONS:
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Rosaly Bass of Peterborough has been named Gardener of the Year by the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Hampshire.UPCOMING EVENTS:
Bobcat resurgence raises trapping talk
Granite State volunteers honor MLK's legacy