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Fireworks, Open Houses at Hampton Beach for New Year's Eve

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Ring in the New Year with your family at the beach on Wednesday, December 31, 2014. Don't miss the spectacular fireworks over the sandy beach and the dark, vast Atlantic Ocean. Let the magnificent...

From left, Warren Selectman Charlie Chandler, New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development commissioner Jeffrey Rose, state Sen. Jeanie Forrester and state Rep. Susan Ford attended a ceremonial ribbon cutting Tuesday morning to open the McVetty Recreational Trails at the Warren Town Forest on Route 118. The venue features a 4.1-mile multi-use trail system for hikers, mountain bikers and cross-country skiers.

Town and state officials celebrate opening of non-motorized trail system in Warren

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Saying it was a gift to all New Hampshire residents, town and state officials celebrated the opening Tuesday of the McVetty Recreational Trails at the Warren Town Forest, an example, said the...

Transportation

New Route 3 exit at NH/Mass. border could cost up to $20m

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Despite the high cost, planners say a new Exit 36 southbound would open up major development opportunities in two communities.

Ride-sharing Uber official says company wants to work with city

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An Uber executive told city aldermen on Tuesday that the ride-sharing company is not “anti-regulation” and looks forward to working with officials to establish a “permanent...

Travel and Leisure

Balsams project moves forward with filing of river water-use permit for snowmaking

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The rebirth of the Balsams Grand Resort Hotel moved forward this week with the developer applying to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services for permission to pull water from the...

North Conway named among Best in the US 2015 by Lonely Planet

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Each year, Lonely Planet, the world’s leading travel media company that has published over 130 million guidebooks since 1973, gathers their expert authors and US-based editorial team to...

Mark Lanier, a Wal-Mart driver from Maine, pauses during a wreath-laying ceremony in Raymond Monday morning.

Convoy of wreaths stops in Raymond en route to vets cemeteries, memorials

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A convoy of trucks carrying wreaths headed for veterans' cemeteries around the country stopped in Raymond Monday morning.

Stayci Fast of Ivy Home & Garden in Windham make a kitchen island holiday display that includes flowering bulbs and spices at a home in Windham.

Professional designers talk about high-end trends in holiday decor

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Professional decorators share a glimpse of this year's high-end holiday trends

Carrie Morrill, left, watches as Joni Borawski, center, and Donna Tholl sort through toys delivered Sunday to replace items stolen from the St. Matthew Church's “Giving Tree” in Whitefield.

Community rallies behind Whitefield church to replace stolen gifts for the needy

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With expressions of gratitude to the community and forgiveness to the thief, the Catholic Women's Group at St. Matthew Church in Whitefield spent the weekend replacing and rewrapping the many...

Rainy forecast forces Portsmouth to cancel Christmas parade; tree lighting still on

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Mother Nature’s Grinch-like weather for Saturday has forced the city to cancel its annual Christmas parade.

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