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Participants in the third annual “Street Cred” event at Loon Mountain show their stuff on Sunday in an effort to impress judges who could immediately extend cash bonuses to riders for unique tricks

Loon Boosts Street Cred With Snowboarders

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Loon Mountain offered a specially-designed “urban” course for snowboarders this weekend..

Michael Kline, the founder of the Be Kind Fest, shares a light moment with Sandy Ruka, the executive director of the Visiting Nurse Home Care and Hospice of Carroll County, at the group's offices in Conway.

Be Kind Fest organizers hope small acts lead to big results

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The organizers of the upcoming Be Kind Fest are dealing with a delightful paradox: while acknowledging that the world won't be transformed as a result of the event, they nonetheless as firmly believe...

Transportation

Contract administrator Conrad Skov, Congresswoman Annie Kuster, DOT Commissioner Chris Clement and project manager Peter Stamnas tour the new southbound stretch of Interstate 93 near Exit 3 in Windham on Monday afternoon.

I-93 expansion moves forward in Windham as funding concerns are rising

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During a tour of the Interstate 93 expansion project surrounding Exit 3 on Monday afternoon, state transportation officials shared highlights of construction progress in the state's southern tier.

New program seeks to ease Seacoast traffic jams

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Communities and businesses are being asked to band together to reduce traffic congestion at the Seacoast through participation in a program called CommuteSMARTseacoast. Organizers want to build...

Travel and Leisure

Revenue sharing offered in attempt to bring expanded gambling to NH

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Latest gambling proposal would restore revenue sharing with cities and towns.

Business groups tell lawmakers they support gas tax hike

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CONCORD – Business groups, construction organizations and the New Hampshire Municipal Association turned out to support a bill that would increase the state gas tax from 18 to 22.2 cents July 1.

The Pepperpass, the world's first cog locomotive, sits on display at the Mount Washington Cog Railway's Marshfield Station.

Cog Railway eyes making, selling locomotives

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Coming off two consecutive record-breaking seasons, the Mount Washington Cog Railway this month is poised to begin seeking a third milestone, with its owners hoping to attract 90,000 passengers in...

Extreme Mount Washington, which will replace the Mount Washington Museum, will open atop the Northeast's biggest mountain in May.

Big doings at the Northeast's biggest mountain, events-wise and weather-wise

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It already boasts the most-visited museum and one of the most-popular websites in New Hampshire and soon the Mount Washington Observatory will significantly revamp and improve both to better share...

Some remain hopeful for Gilford castle restoration

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The town’s conservation commission voted against funding to help restore Kimball Castle Tuesday night, eliminating another potential option to save the 1897 castle.

Heather and Nicholas Dainiak are shown at a previous Our Promise To Nicholas Annual Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by the MOMS Club of Bedford.

Our Promise to Nicholas Foundation Easter egg hunt in Bedford will benefit research into rare Batten disease

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When Nicholas Dainiak was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder, his parents promised him they would do everything in their power to help find a cure.

Hubie McDonough of Manchester sports a winter parka and Irish topper to stay in the spirit and battle the cold of the Manchester Saint Patricks Parade Sunday. The annual Saint Patricks  Parade stepped off on Elm Street in Manchester Sunday at noon.

Manchester's St. Patrick's Parade a march of the Irish

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Manchester's St. Patrick's Parade went off Sunday despite threatening weather conditions, as marchers and spectators took advantage of a break in an otherwise rainy day to celebrate everything Irish...

Long winter, plenty of snow mean good spring ski season

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After many record cold days this winter and especially in recent weeks, spring skiing and riding will be a welcome relief.

Public helps save Independence Museum in Exeter

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The American Independence Museum might have become history if not for a rebound in 2013 that pushed it back in the black.

Manchester native Shawn Bradley recently launched smoketels.com, a website that helps smokers book hotels that allow them to light up.

Manchester native's website smokes out hotel rooms

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If finding a hotel room for a smoker is a drag, then a Manchester native's new website will do the searching for you.

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