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St. Patrick celebrations culminate with Manchester parade

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Most places in America celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. In Manchester, we celebrate St. Patrick’s Month.

Egg-citing Easter egg hunts starting across Granite State

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We’ve “gathered” all of the Egg-citing Easter Egg Hunts taking place across the Granite State in coming weeks.

Transportation

Tim Grenier of Manchester Public Works fills a pothole while out with a crew on Smyth Road in Manchester on Thursday.

Potholes: This spring yields a bumper crop

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A Derry repair shop owner, who sees three or four pothole victims some days, said paying for repairs caps off a pricey winter for some Granite Staters.

GOP budget writers reduce state aid to University System of NH, bump aid to DOT

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To fund DOT and aid to school districts, House committee cuts spending to university system, changes gas tax allocation and removes energy grants.

Travel and Leisure

Calico chocolate Easter bunnies at Granite State Candy Shoppe.

Easter demand has NH candy shops hopping

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The chocolate bunnies multiplied quickly as Aaron Fournier filled plastic molds with flowing liquid chocolate - a journey that takes as little as an hour from shape to shelf.

The future of the Keene Pumpkin Festival is still uncertain.

Keene committee says no again to Pumpkin Fest 2015 permit

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For the second time this month the Keene city planning, licenses and development committee has voted against granting Let it Shine a permit to hold a 2015 Keene Pumpkin Festival.

Prospective RV buyers will get significant savings by buying at the show, said Gregg Pitman, executive director of the New Hampshire Campground Owners Association.

Camping, RV show caters to novices, experts

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With hundreds of campgrounds scattered all over the state — for beginners and seasoned outdoorsmen alike — camping is big business in the Granite State.

Without gas tax hike, NH House budget stalls

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How to fill an $88 million shortfall in the Department of Transportation's next two-year budget stalled House budget writers Wednesday.

House budget writers begin finalizing their plan

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House budget writers voted along party lines to reduce Gov. Maggie Hassan's proposed budget Monday and will continue working Tuesday to ready the spending plan for a vote next week.

Keene Pumpkin Festival officials get second chance to address committee

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Organizers of the Keene Pumpkin Festival were granted a second chance Thursday night to return to the city council's planning, licenses and development committee.

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