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0 Audience laughs at Shaheen for ducking question on Obama

0 Woman's dream job at NH firm's Apple sapphire factory lasted one day

0 Portsmouth may expand Webber investigation

0 Gilmanton man faces third DWI charge this year

0 Another Portsmouth police officer's inheritance fingered by embattled officer's lawyer

0 Video of reporter vs. Keene Pumpkin Festival organizer goes viral

0 NHPR Audio: Is party company 'FinnaRage' to blame for Keene riots?

0 Apple posts record profits, silence on NH sapphire partner left in ruins

0 UNH grad student pockets $5,600 in rare tie on Jeopardy

0 How John Oliver predicted the New Hampshire pumpkin riots

0 Keene Sentinel: It's time for a Pumpkin Festival time out

0 Charity has devolved into eyesore says Exeter school official

0 Hearing delayed for NH man who spoke out about book school assigned daughter

0 Exclusive - Scott Brown: Obama's efforts to grant executive amnesty 'makes no sense'

0 200 NH schools have taken up feds on providing free breakfast

0 ĎThe Dartmouthí calls for end to Greek fraternities

0 Former Monarch suspended from NHL after domestic violence arrest 58min

0 New Hampshire home to shrillest gubernatorial ads, Senate race not far behind

0 1st GOP presidential primary underway as candidates jockey for top talent

0 NH police dog Daisy Mae headed to Pennsylvania to hunt cop killer

0 Parents give son's killer home and job

0 Lawyer says police destroyed important evidence in fatal-crash case

0 Regional: U.S. Ski Team athletes turn to crowdfunding to finance their dreams

0 Donovan the osprey reaches South America

0 Thomas More College students, staff and faculty renew consecration to Sacred Heart

A taste of Bermuda just west of Exit 20

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Onions at the Tilton Inn: Turn right at Exit 20 for some great food

Shelly Wolcott poses with some of the selections from her Healthy Solutions Spice Blends line.

Former software engineer spices up her life

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Shelly Wolcott, a one-time software engineer, is a self-confessed foodie. Her new line of herb and spice blends that have found their way into more than 200 supermarkets including Market Basket and Hannaford in less than two years.

A good everyday drinking wine revisited

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If you were to go by the flagship wine magazines like Wine Spectator, you might think that nobody ever drinks a bottle of wine under $95 and that most people in the world have in their cellars case after case of Bordeaux first growths and a flagship Pinot Noirs.

Completed renovations at the center court of the Mall at Rockingham Park.

Salem mall renovations on target

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By the time the holiday shopping season gets underway in earnest, the renovations at the Mall at Rockingham Park will be substantially finished.

Manchester mayor asks aldermen to hold abandonded property owners accountable

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Mayor Ted Gatsas prevailed on the Board of Aldermen on Tuesday to take a tougher tack against the owners of abandoned properties in the city.

Pelham firefighters David Johnstone, Shawn Buckley, Patrick Weaver, and Lt. James Foley show off their pink uniform shirts for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Pelham firefighters wearing pink for breast cancer awareness

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Pelham's firefighters have traded in their blue uniform shirts for something a little brighter this month. The entire department is wearing pink this month to raise awareness for breast cancer.

Residents given Londonderry playing field priority

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Following a lengthy debate Monday night, town officials agreed Londonderry residents should have first priority when it comes to the use of municipal sports fields.

Windham eyes development district with a small-town feel

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A warrant item asking voters to consider early steps in creating a destination “Market Square” district could appear on Windham's 2015 town meeting ballot.

An estimated 1,300 guardrail ends manufactured by Trinity Highway are installed on highways around New Hampshire. The units, which are installed in all 50 states, are the subject of a $175 million verdict issued against the company Monday by a federal jury  in Texas.

NH has 1,300 guardrail ends targeted in federal safety suit

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Department of Transportation Commissioner Chris Clement told the House Public Works Committee on Tuesday the suspect Trinity ET-Plus pieces will no longer be installed on guardrail projects in New Hampshire.

Engineers win no-bid contract to continue contamination watch in Salem

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Selectmen have approved funding for the continued monitoring of soil near the town's former wastewater treatment plant.

Carignan promoted to deputy police chief in Nashua

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In addition to a new deputy police chief, the Nashua Police Department promoted 12 members of its force this week.

Bedford planners give final OK to elderly housing development

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The Planning Board voted unanimously on Monday night in favor of a request for final approval of a five-unit, detached elderly housing development at 99 Pulpit Road.

Manchester Crimewatch: Meat cleaver has key role in threats, assault case

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A city man is accused of threatening his girlfriend with a meat cleaver because she wouldn't tell him how she found out he was cheating on her.

Mass. man charged with robbing Tobacco Junction store in Pelham

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A Massachusetts man was arrested Tuesday on charges he robbed the Tobacco Junction store last month, according to a release.

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Lancaster man facing more charges in death of neighbor

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The Coos County Attorney has added a charge of first-degree assault to the homicide case against a 48-year-old Lancaster man who will likely go on trial before the end of the year.

Alderman, chief have heated exchange over police residency requirements

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A discussion of residency requirements for city police was brought to an abrupt halt at Tuesday's aldermanic meeting after tempers flared between Alderman-At-Large Joe Kelly Levasseur and Police Chief David Mara.

NATHANIEL KIBBY

Sources say Abigail Hernandez's kidnapper may be indicted Wednesday

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Almost three months after he was arrested and charged with kidnapping a Conway teenager, Nathaniel Kibby today may learn details about the state's case against him.

GT Advanced Technologies in Merrimack filed for bankruptcy after it lost out on a lucrative partnership with Apple.

GT Advanced says 'amicable parting' with Apple will cost 47 jobs in NH

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Apple supplier GT Advanced Technologies said its settlement agreement with Apple Inc. will save the company millions and paves the way to publicly detail by Friday what led to its surprise bankruptcy filing, a company attorney said Tuesday.

Former Massachusetts Senator and Republican challenger Scott Brown, left, shakes hands with incumbent U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H. before a live televised debate hosted by New England Cable News, the Concord Monitor, and the University of New Hampshire at the Capitol Center for the Arts Tuesday in Concord.

Locked in a dead heat, Shaheen, Brown spar

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The U.S. Senate candidates sparred in their first televised debate Tuesday as part of a cliff-hanger of a race that could shift the balance of power in Washington.

Rep. Carol Shea-Porter, and Republican challenger Frank Guinta.

Ebola, health care among issues that split Guinta, Shea-Porter

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Both candidates for the state's 1st Congressional District said President Barack Obama's response to the Ebola virus was slow at first, but they disagreed over who has since politicized the issue during a debate Tuesday night.

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