Here is our list of Memorial Day observances and parades across the state of New Hampshire for 2013. Please note that we have only included events directly connected to marking this somber day of remembrance.
A "passionate and mixed reaction" to proposals for a new logo for the University of New Hampshire has prompted university officials to seek out more input from the community. A statement released Friday from UNH President Mark Huddleston noted that the decision to redesign the current logo, which features the clock tower at Thompson Hall, has sparked "considerable creative input" from students, faculty, staff, alumni and others in the UNH community.
Veterans, active military personnel, their family and friends, and local and state officials packed a large meeting room in the Manchester Vet Center on Friday morning to celebrate the official opening of the center's new home at the Granite Hill Business Center in Hooksett.
Homicide investigators from the New Hampshire State Police Major Crimes Unit were working late into Friday night on what they termed the suspicious deaths of two people at 20 Sunset Drive in Belmont. Tilton police say they have detained someone wanted in relation to the investigation.
It won't be a washout or a whiteout, but the weather this Memorial Day weekend promises to bring more rain and even the possibility of snow — yes, snow — for vacationers heading to the North Country.
Manchester Small Business Week wound up Friday morning with an awards ceremony at the Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College honoring small businesses in the city for growth, innovation and community service.
The Senate Finance Committee approved a proposal to force state hospitals to join Medicaid managed care networks or face losing state aid for charity care.
Gov. Maggie Hassan has ordered flags in the state be lowered to half-staff on Monday and Thursday in observance of Memorial Day.
On Friday morning, the seventh-grade class at St. Patrick School paused to honor their nation’s most familiar symbol, along with those who fought for it.
Two people were seriously injured Friday in a head-on crash at the intersection of Route 101 and Wallace Road, police said.
While Nashua resident David ‘Taz’ Yandell has battled a deadly, rare and mysterious disease, his friends have fought to help him, whether it is filing paperwork or putting together a benefit concert.
I don't think we should wait until "June is bustin' out all over," (as the famous song goes) before we consider making a contribution to the Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Program, a division of the NH Fish & Game Department. June 29 will mark the program's 25th anniversary!
This is New Hampshire Audubon’s Rare Bird Alert for Wednesday, May 22.
Federal magistrate Landya McCafferty has been nominated to the position of judge at U.S. District Court in Concord.
The State Police Major Crimes Unit was at a Sunset Drive home at what state authorities are calling the scene of at least one death. Local police said one man was detained in relation to the case.
CONCORD -- Gov. Maggie Hassan has ordered flags in the state be lowered to half-staff on Monday and Thursday in observance of Memorial Day.
RYE - A local man was transported to Portsmouth Regional Hospital on Thursday as a precaution after his wife accidentally pinned him between their vehicle and a low stone wall.
PORTSMOUTH - Four arrests were made on Friday morning during a drug raid in the Gosling Meadows neighborhood.
MANCHESTER - Police are looking for a man accused of robbing a convenience store after threatening the clerk with a large knife.
CONCORD - Federal magistrate Landya McCafferty has been nominated to the position of judge at U.S. District Court in Concord.
- 2 Man who spent days under Salem woman's trailer recording sentenced to prison
- 5 Mother cow lures wayward steer back to Epping farm
- 0 Wanted: Shaun Springer
- 0 Man sought for attempting to lure girl into white van near Nashua school
- 34 Lawyer who made porn videos of teenage daughter gets 40 years in jail
- 0 North Country open for business
- 1 'Back-door' deal with wind farm loses in court
- 0 To get away, they come to NH
- 0 Win tickets to see American Idol Live!
- 0 Bach's Lunch Series Concludes in June with Music of Night and Nature
- 0 Open House at Owl Brook Hunter Education Center on June 1
- Should adultery remain a crime under U.S. military law?
- Total Votes: 641
Talk of UNH logo change brings out passions
Memorial Day services, events around NH
NHIAA Scoreboard, May 24, 2013
NH tobacco cash proves a windfall
UPDATED: Derry marks a soldier's death
St. Anselm hockey eyes Division I
Just say it: Our fight is with radical Islam
The casino vote: The House did its duty
Talk of UNH logo change brings out passions