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SINCE Arthur T. Demoulas was fired from Market Basket in June, I've done my best to refrain from writing about it too much.
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Marilinda Garcia is the real conservative in the 2nd District Republican primary.
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Gingrich's vote of no confidence in Andrew Hemingway speaks volumes.
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Who is it that Jeanne Shaheen really doesn't want to face in the November U.S. Senate election?
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Paul Ryan is far more serious than the President who has mocked him.
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The urgent case for lowering corporate tax rates.
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In the past couple of weeks, there has been near hysteria in some quarters about an outbreak of Parvovirus - a virus that affects mostly very young puppies.
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1 Conway police commissioner allegedly assaults two people during road-rage incident

0 Seabrook officer demoted for covering up prisoner abuse to hear result of appeal Tuesday

0 Scientist transmits message into the mind of colleague 5,000 miles away using brain waves

0 Bedbugs drive man out of Derry apartment

0 Casting call for N.H. film by Rochester author

0 Exonerated Dartmouth professor offers critique of VA, says agency unneeded

0 As feds get work under way on NH Jobs Corps center, it's planning to close similar centers across the nation

0 Feds look to take control of river law enforcement in area of new Portsmouth bridge

0 Somali cleric condemns ISIL in wake of horrific killing of NH journalist

0 Deadlines set in case of disputed will that left $2.7M to Portsmouth officer

0 Court unequivocally sides with lawmakers in budget dispute with Belknap Commission

0 Defense argues police can't prove what drug was being sold during video-taped Laconia transaction

0 Aliens once against fail to reveal themselves, but annual UFO Festival a hit anyway

0 Woman killed in Mass. crash had Alzheimers and was missing from her NH home

0 AFSOC reveals details of aborted South Sudan rescue mission

0 Laconia police chief may ask City Council to ban sale of synthetic cannabinods ('spice')

0 NH Insurance Department: State's individual market grew by 75% thanks to ObamaCare mandates

0 Plea agreements reached in violent Keene assault on firefighter

0 ‘Fake’ tea party groups need to butt out of New Hampshire says Granite State tea party coalition

0 Stranded without high-speed broadband, Salisbury family turns to crowdfunding

0 Downeaster ridership rises in spite of worst-ever delays

0 Pan Am rail causway across Great Bay unsafe says top water advocate

0 Liberal Keene Sentinel says Republicans should pick Lambert over Garcia to run against Kuster

0 Law puts tighter limits on push polling

0 Mayor Lister postpones meeting on Portsmouth noise for weeks

NH police on lookout for drunken drivers

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State, local police remind drivers celebrating Labor Day not to get behind wheel after drinking

Dan Tuohy's Granite Status: Bob Smith gets A+ from NH Firearms Coalition

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Senate Republican hopeful Bob Smith landed the highest mark of any federal candidate in the group's "Primary Grades" report.

Marine Patrol called to multiple crashes

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LACONIA - It's been a busy holiday weekend already for New Hampshire State Police's Marine Patrol.

Hiker rescued on Mount Monadnock

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A team of NH Fish and Game Conservation Officers, DRED Mountain Patrol Rangers, and several volunteers were called to rescue a hiker on Mount Monadnock Saturday night.

Laconia accident results in minor injuries for motorcyclist

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Laconia police responded to accident on Saturday afternoon involving a motorcycle and car.

Dick Pinney's Guidelines: September is a special month

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SEPTEMBER is a wonderful month for us here on the New Hampshire Seacoast. Along with the summer-long occupation of our coastal waters by stripers, we usually have marauding schools of bluefish and a special resident Canada goose hunt that will keep us busy.

Climbing to new heights in North Country tourism

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As the summer of 2014 begins the slow fade into memory, members of the White Mountain Attractions Association say it has been one for the ages, marked by great weather and the return of visitor spending.

Donald Trump will be the featured speaker for the 12th annual First Amendment Awards event on Wednesday, Nov. 12.

Donald Trump to headline 1st Amendment event in NH

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Donald Trump is coming to New Hampshire this fall to help honor the First Amendment.

Ted Siefer's City Hall: Drivers education to science, meeting all about the kids

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THE BOARD of School Committee had one of those meetings last week, the kind that stretches past midnight and that, in this case, featured a protracted debate about hiking the tuition for drivers ed by $50 (no, was the conclusion), among many other things.

Group raising money for family of Raymond man killed by boulder

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A conservative political organization has raised more than $5,000 and is seeking more donations for the family of Paul Comeau Jr., of Raymond, who died in his backyard Monday evening after being pinned by a boulder he was trying to move, an organization member said Thursday.

A Sparrow II, a single passenger, zero-emissions, all-electric vehicle perches atop Mount Washington following its climb up the Mount Washington Auto Road during the 2013 Alt Energy Summit. The summit returns to the Auto Road on Sept. 13 and 14.

Mount Washington Auto Road to host largest gathering of alternative-energy based vehicles in North America

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As all-electric cars become increasingly common, their popularity can be credited in part to events like the Alt Energy Summit, which next month is hoping to bring the largest field of alternative-energy based vehicles in North America to the Mount Washington Auto Road.

NH's teen pregnancy still lowest nationwide

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For years, New Hampshire has had the lowest teen birth rate in the country.

MEGAN COOLEY

Miss New Hampshire determined to bring home national crown

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Since being crowned Miss New Hampshire in May, Megan Cooley has been preparing to walk on an even bigger stage.

John Harrigan's Woods, Water & Wildlife: NH is eyeing Maine's bear hunting referendum

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IF THE requisite 80,000 signatures are collected, and they will be, a referendum to ban almost all traditional methods of bear hunting will be on Maine's ballot this November.

No paper on Monday; check UnionLeader.com for updated, breaking news

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UnionLeader.com will be available and updated for breaking news throughout this Labor Day weekend.

Teens well-PREP'ed in NH concerning pregnancy

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The name says a lot. PREP is a federally funded program aimed at preventing teen pregnancy; the acronym stands for Personal Responsibility Education Program.

UNH student reports attempted abduction; Police step up patrols as school year starts

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The University of New Hampshire and Durham police departments were increasing patrols this weekend after a UNH student reported an attempted abduction off-campus.

Joey Salerno, produce manager brings out fresh watermelon slices and has spent 15 years of his 30 years employed at Market Basket as Market Basket gets back to the grocery business, on Elm Street in Manchester on Friday.

Market Basket's Greek tragedy: From start to finish

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Ask yourselves how many people have suffered through such family drama resulting in rotting fish, stuffed giraffes, discarded eggs, picketing workers, boycotting customers, the involvement of two governors and enough twists and turns to fill a dozen John Grisham novels?

MEL GOSSELIN

Food Bank director gets national honor

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The director of New Hampshire Food Bank has been named the 2014 National Chair of Hunger Action Month, according to a release.

Biker faces charges after high-speed chase at 127 mph

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A man New Hampshire State Police say was clocked going 127 mph led troopers on a high-speed chase before crashing, then tried to continue on foot before a police dog put an end to the pursuit.

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