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With Harry Brown, president of the New Hampshire Off Highway Vehicle Association, riding alongside her, Gov. Maggie Hassan pilots an OHRV Thursday morning in North Stratford where minutes earlier she signed into law several ATV-related bills and officiated at the opening of a second north-south connector in the Ride the Wilds trail system.

Gov. Hassan signs ATV bills, opens new North Country connector trail

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A year ago, she oversaw the opening of the Ride the Wilds off-highway recreational vehicle trail system and on Thursday, Gov. Maggie Hassan was back in the North Country where she did the...

More than 250 people attended a hearing Tuesday night on Mount Sunapee's new five-year master plan.

Most who speak at public hearing favor Mount Sunapee plans

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Of the more than 250 people attending a hearing on Mount Sunapee's five-year Master Development Plan Tuesday night, the majority of speakers favored the plan.

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Nashua parkway route change means land for sale

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If the surplus properties originally acquired for the Broad Street Parkway are not sold in about a year, the proceeds will be returned to the federal government.

Salem town manager talks of funding cut to CART program

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For the third year in a row, Town Manager Keith Hickey has recommended cutting the town's contribution to the Cooperative Alliance for Transportation (CART) public transportation service.

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More than 250 people crowded a meeting Tuesday night on Mount Sunapee's five-year master plan.

Sunapee officials say they don't plan to build housing

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Though more than half of the audience speakers at Tuesday night's public hearing on the new five-year plan for Mount Sunapee spoke in favor of the plan's proposals, those in opposition are asking the...

One of the first Francestown Labor Day Celebration parades in the early 1900s.

Peterborough children's author to be featured at Francestown Labor Day Celebration

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Francestown is getting ready for its 97th annual Labor Day Celebration, originally held as a Red Cross fundraiser during World War I the weekend of activities includes the traditional Labor Day...

NH couple hit slot for $2.4m in Las Vegas

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LAS VEGAS - A New Hampshire couple won $2.4 million Friday night when they won the jackpot of the "Lion's Share" slot machine, according to a Las Vegas television station.

Waterville Valley Resort set to offer ‘Most Spectacular Bike Race’ in September

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When you’ve got it flaunt it and Waterville Valley Resort, which is no stranger to unique events, next month will be host to what is being billed as “The World’s Most Spectacular...

A vehicle exits the western end of the Blair covered bridge.

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Historic Blair Bridge in Campton reopened

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After a year of work, the overhaul of the Blair Bridge is complete and traffic is once again flowing on the single-lane, east-west span over the Pemigewasset River.

Owens Truck Farm in Ashland overflows recently with an abundance of produce grown on the 2-acre parcel off Route 175.

'Farm to Plate' program being cautiously embraced by NH agriculture supporters

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Although it is unfunded and additional legislation has yet to follow it, the state's newly-created "Farm to Plate" program is nonetheless earning praise, albeit cautionary, as an important first step...

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