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In Manchester: 5 bedrooms, mountain view, $1.59 million

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The five-bedroom, eight-bathroom home, set on more than an acre of well-groomed grounds in the city's North End, is up for sale...

Jeanne Shaheen operatives caught digging for mud on Sanders at Vt. archive?

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Last Thursday, two casually dressed twentysomethings were spotted combing through the Sanders files and decades-old Vermont...

WATCH: NASA cuts live video transmission as THREE UFOs fly past Earth

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The video – which is reportedly shot from the International Space Station – shows three unidentified flying objects...

One of the most iconic images in the North Country -- the Stark Covered Bridge and the Stark Union Church – are shown here on Saturday evening on the occasion of the bridge's re-opening following a $1.4 million rehabilitation.

North Country marks re-opening of Stark's iconic covered bridge

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No one — not even the engineering company that did the latest renovation — knows exactly when the first Stark covered...

3rd NH prison officer indicted

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Gary Burke, 27, of Northfield, suspended last month from his job as a sergeant at the New Hampshire State Prison for Men, was...

Weekend Top 10 Planner: July 3-5, 2015

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Happy Birthday, America! As we celebrate the country's independence this 4th of July there are many parades, fireworks displays...

10-year-old NH transgender: 'I am a girl in my head and heart'

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At the age of five, Liam was standing in front of the mirror and said: 'I am a girl in my head and heart.' It was then the mother...

Ann Chiampa of Londonderry arrives with a bag full of new tools at the Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity Warehouse in Manchester on Wednesday. Chiampa donated the tools on behalf of the Londonderry Historical Society.

Tool donation offers pour in for Habitat following burglary

An avalanche of donations inundated Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity on Wednesday, a day after word got out that burglars had broken into its job site and made off with expensive power tools and other equipment.

Seven-figure listings booming thanks to views, land, waterfront

One in every 26 homes for sale in New Hampshire carries at least a million-dollar price tag. From Franconia to Chesterfield to Seabrook, the million-dollar club has spread to 97 cities and towns, according to figures the New Hampshire Union Leader requested from New Hampshire Realtors.

Fourth of July events in NH: Where to see parades, politicians, and pyrotechnics

It's the way we celebrate Independence Day: boom, pop, crackle. Ooohs. Aaahs. Here's a look at what's lighting up the skies around the Granite State during the Fourth of July weekend.

NH man fighting for life after Taiwan explosion

A Mont Vernon man continues to fight for his life in a Taiwan hospital after suffering third-degree burns over 90 percent of his body in a massive water park explosion.

Ann Chiampa of Londonderry arrives with a bag full of new tools at the Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity Warehouse in Manchester on Wednesday. Chiampa donated the tools on behalf of the Londonderry Historical Society.

Tool donation offers pour in for Habitat following burglary

An avalanche of donations inundated Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity on Wednesday, a day after word got out that burglars had broken into its job site and made off with expensive power tools and other equipment.

Seven-figure listings booming thanks to views, land, waterfront

One in every 26 homes for sale in New Hampshire carries at least a million-dollar price tag. From Franconia to Chesterfield to Seabrook, the million-dollar club has spread to 97 cities and towns, according to figures the New Hampshire Union Leader requested from New Hampshire Realtors.

Fourth of July events in NH: Where to see parades, politicians, and pyrotechnics

It's the way we celebrate Independence Day: boom, pop, crackle. Ooohs. Aaahs. Here's a look at what's lighting up the skies around the Granite State during the Fourth of July weekend.

NH man fighting for life after Taiwan explosion

A Mont Vernon man continues to fight for his life in a Taiwan hospital after suffering third-degree burns over 90 percent of his body in a massive water park explosion.

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Politics

Granite Status: Christie wins over Maine governor, picks up big NH endorsement

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Chris Christie interrupted his New Hampshire campaign swing to drive over to the Pine Tree State for a symbolic bro hug with Paul LePage, the Maine governor who finds himself in the middle of another controversy.

Group: NH lagging in providing information to background check system

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A national gun control group this week faulted New Hampshire for its continued refusal to provide information about dangerously mentally ill people to the national instant background-check system designed to flag dangerous people from purchasing guns.

First batch of Hillary Clinton’s 2009 work-related emails is released

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Hillary Rodham Clinton kept up a varied correspondence with staff members and contacts — from celebrities to former president Jimmy Carter — during her first year as secretary of state, including a request with the subject line “Don’t Laugh” asking for details about fancy rugs she had seen during a meeting with the Chinese president, according to records released Tuesday night.

Macy's severs ties with Trump

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Department store Macy's Inc said Wednesday it would end its business relationship with Donald Trump, becoming the latest company to sever ties with the real estate developer and TV personality after his comments insulting Mexicans.

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  • UNH male professors earn an average of $164K a year, $76.5K more than the national average. Would NH be better off with professors closer to average and more affordable tuition?
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