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Somerville, Mass., resident Kizette Vanger, left, hands an apple to Rena Zampieron of Windham Saturday afternoon at Brookdale Fruit Farm in Hollis. The farm has introduced its new smartphone app, which will make it somewhat easier for guests to find their favorite apples.

App helps apple-picking process at Hollis orchard

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At Brookdale Fruit Farm, a new smartphone app is helping guests better navigate the U-Pick orchards- and have an easier time locating their favorite apple varieties.

About 50 area residents and officials attended a community forum Monday evening to discuss the future of Dover's 30-acre waterfront property, which has been used for commercial trade and many public uses over the years. Members of the Cochecho Waterfront Development Advisory Committee listened to the comments and concerns from the crowds who met at the McConnell Center.

Dover officials look to breathe new life into 30-acre site

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As part of an effort to reshape the waterfront, the city is torn between forgoing large apartment buildings for “upscale” housing, recreational space and dockside restaurants to creating...

Transportation

Lebanon man killed in Mass. crash on Interstate 95

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A New Hampshire man was killed Saturday morning when the tractor-trailer truck he was dirving rolled over on Interstate 95, Massachusetts State Police said.

A Roopod, a bio-diesel fueled vehicle, was one of many alternative energy vehicles on display Saturday at the 2014 Alt Energy Summit at the Mount Washington Auto Road.

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Alternative energy vehicles rule Mount Washington Auto road

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Led by race cars and brought up by bicycles, a line of alternative-energy vehicles climbed the Mount Washington Auto Road on Saturday, in the process demonstrating some creative engineering and...

Travel and Leisure

Members of the New Hampshire media got the opportunity last week to be among the first riders of the new Attitash ZipTour, which features the “Flying Bear,” which at just under 5,000 feet, is being billed as the “longest single-span zip line in the contiguous United States.”

$1 million Attitash ZipTour to open Saturday

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In 1976, Attitash Mountain Resort opened the longest alpine slides in North America and now, pursuant to the idea of “go big or go home,” it is poised to open its largest attraction ever:...

Alex Ray, owner and founder of the Common Man,  points out a detail on the plans while giving a tour of the food court area at the new Hooksett Welcome Center on Monday.

NH touches will abound in new I-93 rest areas

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The Hooksett rest area redevelopment project is on schedule and on budget, with the goal of bringing all things New Hampshire to motorists on both sides of Interstate 93.

The Peppersass Engine, built in 1866, could become part of a Lego building set that celebrates the Mount Washington Cog Railway's 150th anniversary.

10,000 online supporters needed to make Cog Railway into LEGO building set

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While many people love the Mount Washington Cog Railway, 10,000 of them have to show their support online before its historic Peppersass and Moosilauke engines can be considered for commemoration in...

Mount Chocorua painted by Benjamin Crackbone Champney (1817-1907).

Jackson Historical Society hosts sale of White Mountain Art

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JACKSON – For a 12th year, the Jackson Historical Society will again host a sale of White Mountain Art that highlights the region's enduring appeal to artists from the 19th century through...

Dave Thorpe runs his steamboat, the Wicwas, during the 42nd annual Lee's Mills Steamboat Rally Sunday.

Steamboats take to the big lake

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Those who live on the northeast end of Lake Winnipesaukee are used to hearing train-like whistles on Sunday afternoons in early September.

Erin Caron of Pelham holds her 4-month-old daughter, Everly, in a food tent Saturday at the annual Hampton Beach Seafood Festival.

Seafood festival draws thousands to Hampton Beach

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Thousands of people filled a stretch of Ocean Boulevard in Hampton Beach on Saturday, for the second day of the annual Hampton Beach Seafood Festival.

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