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Keene Pumpkin Festival organizers plan return in 2015

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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.

Boggis to receive 2015 MLK Award

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Community activist JerriAnne Boggis will receive the 2015 Martin Luther King Award on Monday during the 33rd annual Martin Luther King Day Community Celebration.

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Saturday snow puts brakes on smooth travel

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Saturday's light, fluffy snow, which still caused its share of accidents on slick roads, will give way to a week of mostly sunny skies.

Bill would allow taxpayers to challenge state

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Proposed constitutional amendment would make clear taxpayers have standing to challenge government action and decisions.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Nation remembers with parades, service

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The nation celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday with parades, community service and calls for harmony after a year that again tested the boundaries of race relations in the United States.

Budget writers told state has $30 million problem

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State budget officials told lawmakers much can change with the fiscal year 2015 budget before it closes June 30.

Residents petition for pipeline decision delay

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People from communities along the proposed Kinder Morgan natural gas pipeline want state and federal elected officials to delay the formal approval process.

An artist's rendering of what life in the Olympic Village might look like if Boston were to be awarded the 2024 summer games.

NH groups weigh in on potential gains from having the Olympics next door

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Being less than an hour from Boston, groups around southern New Hampshire are already thinking about 2024.

Gov. Maggie Hassan gives her inaugural address at the State House in Concord on Thursday.

Hassan's priorities concern GOP

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Leaders from both parties appeared to like the bipartisan tone of Gov. Maggie Hassan's second inaugural address, but Republicans asked how she would pay for two of her highest priorities —...

Gov. Maggie Hassan is sworn in for her second term by New Hampshire Supreme Court Chief Justice Linda Dalianis Thursday afternoon.

Gov. Hassan, in inaugural speech, urges creativity and new approaches to address problems

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Hassan urges lawmakers to maintain the gains of the past two years and backs commuter rail from Boston to Manchester and new natural gas pipeline to lower energy prices.

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