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A POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony was held at the NH Veterans Cemetery in Boscawen on Saturday.READER COMMENTS: 0
Air Force Airman 1st Class Eric M. Gauvin graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.READER COMMENTS: 0
The owner of Dallas City Tour said he received so much negative feedback, and even threats, he was forced to cover up the image of the slain President.READER COMMENTS: 0
Theodorus Van Vliet was trying to take aerial pictures of Yellowstone last month when his camera-equipped drone crashed into Grand Prismatic Spring, a geothermal feature known for its brilliant colors caused by bacteria and minerals, officials said.
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The New Hampshire Veterans Count program, an unusual and successful public-private partnership, has become the victim of unintended consequences and government meddling.READER COMMENTS: 5
Perhaps because solar panels and industrial wind farms lack emissions, they seem “clean.” Despite their pristine appearance, however, these “green” electricity sources hammer Mother Nature — often fatally.
Guests attend the Veterans Professional Development Conference at Manchester Community College on Tuesday.
Higher school of learning educators gathered in Manchester Tuesday to learn learned how to address the specific needs of veterans as they transition from the military to a civilian, collegiate life.
During the official opening of Hudson's Homeland Heroes donation store, Ayotte praised two local women's efforts in helping on the home front.
The U.S. Military Vets Motorcycle Club, NH Chapter I will hold its third annual competition rifle shoot in conjunction with the Raymond Sportsman Club on Saturday, Oct. 11.
The New Hampshire VFW and Ladies Auxiliary will host the annual POW-MIA Recognition Day event at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 27, at the state Veterans Cemetery.
Despite the heavy travel load, Michael Helm said going post to post and meeting with fellow members of the veterans' group is a wonderful part of the job he sought.
Care Coordination Program wins praise as its management changes hands.
Two dozen disabled anglers cheered on by friends and family enjoyed a free outing at Camp Robindel during the 15th Annual New England Paralyzed Veterans and Disabled Bass Fishing Tournament held on Lake Winnipesaukee recently.
As summer winds down and winter heads our way, we remember back to a cold evening on Jan. 29 when Harbor Homes hosted a reception to kick off its newly created Ending Homelessness Fund.
The Sons of the American Legion is holding its annual Italian dinner/dance on Saturday, Sept. 20, at Sweeney Post.
BOSCAWEN – On Thursday evening, as the sun begins to set, hundreds of people will converge on the New Hampshire Veterans Cemetery for the closing night of this summer's 100 Nights of Remembrance.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will hold a town hall meeting on Sept. 25 at the VA Medical Center on Smyth Road.
Recently, managers of Carrabba's restaurants in the area participated in a Tough Mudder race to support charities related to the armed forces — most notably, in honor of New Hampshire's own fallen hero Dan Healy.
New Hampshire Legionnaires and veterans can meet National Commander Michael Helm when he visits the state Sept. 11-14.
Disabled American Veterans Chapter 18 will hold a meeting at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 18.
Family and friends of 13 fallen World War II heroes gathered on a beautiful sunny Sunday afternoon to remember and to rededicate Milford's World War II Memorial Park in their honor.
The death of comedian and actor Robin Williams provides an opportunity to make depression something acceptable to talk about and treat as Suicide Prevention Week approaches.
Congresswoman Annie Kuster, D-N.H., of the 2nd Congressional District, met with local veterans and advocates at Southwest Community Services last Thursday to discuss access to health care, mental health services, and other issues facing Granite State veterans.
Surrounded by more than 120 family members and friends, Lt. Col. Walter J.D. Hewitt (Ret.), turned 100 years old on Aug. 31.
American Legion Post 27 will host karaoke with DJ Sharon from 7:30-11 p.m. on Thursday
Texas Gov. Rick Perry spoke to 100 area residents at the Defend Freedom Pork Roast last Saturday and called on veterans and other Americans to help improve the country, not wait for Washington, D.C., to do so.
The sixth annual New Hampshire Army National Guard retiree luncheon is Wednesday, Sept. 17, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in building 1 at the State Military Reservation.
In remembrance of the 92,000 POWS and MIAs missing since World War I, town councilors recently approved a plan to permanently place a chair within the town hall. Councilors voted 6-0 Tuesday night to begin acquiring the chair and placing it within the building.
Margaret “Peggy” LaBrecque stood, shivering slightly, in the New Hampshire Veterans Home courtyard Friday afternoon.
Harbor Homes of Nashua, a non-profit organization providing housing, healthcare and supportive services to those challenged with homelessness and/or mental illness, was one of only four organizations in New Hampshire to receive a generous grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).
Honor Our Veterans event on Aug. 24 - On Aug. 24, from 3 to 6 p.m., the Friends of Jane Cormier will be offering a free dinner event for New Hampshire veterans.
Less than a year after its inception, the Homeland Heroes Foundation will soon open a store for area military families and veterans in need.
After two years off the green, with the help of his friends, Robert Wilson is back to playing the game he says saved his life.
The New Hampshire Veterans Home lost its oldest resident when Charles "Charlie" LaPierre passed away on Friday.
A Tuesday event celebrated a substantial gift by insurance company LTC Partners to Veterans Count, an Easter Seals program that provides funds and resources to veterans, service members and their families.
Our servicemen and women, whether already home or returning, face a unique set of challenges.
Berlin to host annual Lumberjack Festival
Hillary Clinton to join Shaheen fundraiser
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