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MARK HAYWARD
It should be unnecessary to padlock Manchester schools — where kids are supposed to learn about government — on the day that the foundation of democracy is being poured.
JONAH GOLDBERG
When gridlock results from cowardice.
MARCO RUBIO
Sen. Marco Rubio urges voters to support Scott Brown for U.S. Senate.
CHARLES M. ARLINGHAUS
How political celebrity harms the political process.
EDITORIAL
Shea-Porter reveals her economic cluelessness in debate.
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0 Cop had lawyer grab thousands at widow's home in hours following her death

0 Portsmouth police brass caught in cop's disputed inheritance case

0 AG monitors Sprague's suit against Fred Fuller Oil

0 NH firm's 'AirGuard' is designed to catch tobacco, pot smokers in the act, rats culprit over WiFi

0 A NH history lesson about the KKK

0 McCain calls Shaheen an empty suit on Armed Services panel

0 Shaheen forgets testimony that 'Gang of 8' bill would make illegal immigration worse

0 Stephanopoulos to moderate final NH Senate debate despite ties to Shaheen operative

0 Vt. patient subjected to Annie Kuster political ad in middle of an MRI

0 Erica Blizzard fights to retain marina property to revert to city at expiration of lease

0 Walmart gaffe labels plus size costumes as 'Fat Girl Costumes'

0 Firefighter's union honcho says leaked video was meant for 'members only'

0 NH man's Ducati Monster makeover is a fright night delight

0 NH man beat out 75,000 competitors to win $1M in fantasy football contest

0 Anonymous 'Yik Yak' app blocked as Fall Mountain school officials crack down on free speech to avert 'bullying'

0 Law Warehouses files new suit against state Liquor Commission and Exel Inc.

0 In NH, army officer agrees to quarantine

0 Exeter native wins Halloween TV competition, collects $50,000 prize

0 2 apparent drug overdose deaths in Laconia

0 Portsmouth official calls loss of public trust 'paranoid irrational fear'

0 The fate of iPhone's sapphire screen looks dubious, per DisplayMate report

0 In new affidavit, GTAT says it was tempted by a bad Apple deal

0 Three NH friends open a food market in Watertown

0 Novo Nordisk now hiring for new manufacturing facility in New Hampshire

0 iPad Air 2 glass cover has 2.5% screen reflectance vs. 8% reflectance for sapphire

Guitar Center and DIRECTV feature iconic guitarist SLASH In Original 2-Part Documentary and live concert event

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Los Angeles, CA (October 29, 2014): Guitar Center and DIRECTV announced a two-part documentary and live concert event examining the life and music of GRAMMY Award-winning guitarist SLASH. With a world tour on the horizon and his new album World On Fire debuting in the top ten and garnering worldwide critical acclaim, the iconic guitarist remains one of the leading influences in music.

Joe Perry's 'Rocks: My LIfe in and Out of Aerosmith' sits in Top Ten On NY Times Bestseller List for initial two weeks

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Since its October 7 release, JOE PERRY's ROCKS: My Life In and Out of Aerosmith (Simon & Schuster) has spent its initial two weeks on the prestigious NEW YORK TIMES bestseller list. ROCKS entered the charts at #8 and remained in the Top Ten (#10) in week two.

Brown, Shaheen run hardest where support is deepest

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The Senate showdown between Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and Republican Scott Brown finds the two crisscrossing the state. But where are the potential bellwethers?

NH Club Briefs: Windham club plans coat drive, next meeting

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The Woman's Service Club of Windham plans its second annual coat and sweater drive from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Windham Town Hall, 3 Lowell Road.

Pastoral Counseling Services honors Good Samaritans

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Pastoral Counseling Services, an independent, non-profit counseling and consulting center serving New Hampshire and Northern Massachusetts, honored six community members at the 19th annual Good Samaritan Award dinner Oct. 7 at Labelle Winery in Amherst.

Peterborough church plan advances after land buy

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Divine Mercy Parish has closed on the purchase of land on Route 101 where the parish plans to build its new home.

Stocks down a little after Fed move

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Stocks closed with slight losses on Wednesday, finishing off their lows of the session, after the Federal Reserve ended its stimulative monthly bond-buying program and expressed confidence in U.S. economic prospects.

Marissa Gallien sells handcrafted goods from across the country in the one room of her Ramble & Scout “pop-up shop” in downtown Portsmouth.

Portsmouth retailer sells goods from across U.S. in a small 'pop-up shop'

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Marissa Gallien has packed nation-size travels into the one room of her “pop-up shop” in downtown Portsmouth, using an adventurous form of retail to breathe life into an otherwise unused space.

Comcast settles lawsuit over overcharging cable TV subscribers

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Comcast Corp. has reached a $50 million settlement in a decade-old lawsuit accusing it of overcharging cable television subscribers, 1-1/2 years after the U.S. Supreme Court threw out a larger version of the class-action case.

New owners Bob and Rebecca Greenwood, left, and old owners Dan Boivert and Jim Batchelder, right, raise their glasses at the Wild Rover in Manchester on Tuesday. Ownership of the Irish bar changed this week.

Manchester restaurants regenerate

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The Wild Rover this week welcomed back two former owners who plan to offer more live music and a late-night menu to entice people. On the other edge of downtown, near the Verizon Wireless Arena, Zaboo opened a few months back with a creative menu and high-energy dueling pianos for entertainment — including guests dancing atop the pianos.

Dow Jones asks court to deny GT Advanced, Apple's motion

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Dow Jones & Co. Inc., publisher of the Wall Street Journal, has asked a court to deny a request by Apple Inc. and GT Advanced Technology Inc. to keep under seal some documents relating to GT Advanced's bankruptcy.

Members of the New Hampshire Army National Guard's Fixed Wing Operational Support Airlift Detachment 18 bow their heads during the invocation at a deployment ceremony in Concord.

NH Guard members buoyed by deployment ceremony

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For the third time in seven years, members of the New Hampshire Army National Guard's Fixed Wing Operational Support Airlift Command Detachment 18 (OA DET 18) are being deployed to the Middle East, this time based in northern Kuwait.

From left, residents Harold “Bud” King, John Noonan and Bill Bertholdt, far right, listen as Robert Vallieres, center, talks to them  at the veterans home on Oct. 24 about peregrine falcons.

Veteran shares message of healing

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Using a replica of a peregrine falcon and two decades of acquired wisdom, Robert Vallieres recently kicked off the "Healing through Birds" program at the New Hampshire Veterans Home.

Medal of Honor recipient will speak at vets home

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Former U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Ryan M. Pitts, the Medal of Honor winner for bravery in the face of an attack from the Taliban during an attack on his unit while serving in Afghanistan, will be the Veterans Day speaker at the New Hampshire Veterans Home's ceremony next month.

Missing Mason man found dead

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The body of a missing Mason man was found in the woods behind his home after an overnight search on Monday.

Gubernatorial candidates spend about $1.2 million each

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With less than week to go gubernatorial candidates are neck and neck in fundraising, while the Democratic Party is way ahead of the GOP

An exterior view of St. Charles Church in Dover.

St. Charles Church in Dover to be torn down

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A mixed-use project was approved by the city's planning board recently that will require St. Charles Church be torn done to make way for workforce housing and retail space.

New signs at Livermore Falls are helping the state park to become a safer family destination, officials say.

Committee eyes larger state role at Livermore Falls

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A regional committee formed to improve the state park at Livermore Falls will meet Thursday afternoon to review the conversion of the falls area from a traditional party spot for area teens to a safe, supervised family destination.

Claremont faces vote on proposed charter

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A proposed city charter on the ballot would bring sweeping changes to city government if approved by voters Tuesday.

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Two Keene State students among three newest riot arrests

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Police have arrested three more men in connection to the riots that took place over the Keene Pumpkin festival weekend. Two of the men are Keene State College students, police said.

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