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DAVE SOLOMON
The notion that public opposition is stalling much-needed energy projects in New England has gotten a lot of attention lately.
AURORE EATON
AFTER SLOWING DOWN for a few months, the New Hampshire Marine Memorial Commission sprung back to life in 1954.
MARK HAYWARD UNION LEADER
If you walked by Jill Wade outside the Northside Plaza liquor store earlier this month, you'd would have your nip of good cheer, the alcohol-free kind.
ANDREW CLINE
It's open season on RINOS in Concord.
EDITORIAL
A major shift in the gun control debate, thanks to a crazed gunman.
EDITORIAL
Vermonters are in an Obamacare nightmare.
SHAWN JASPER
The Speaker of the New Hampshire House of Representatives says it is time to get things done in Concord.
CHARLES M. ARLINGHAUS
You're reading the wrong books. Actually, maybe you're OK, but your friends or your kids need some help. Have no fear, I break from policy today to offer you some Advent reading advice in the final...
EDITORIAL
Jeb Bush wins in media hype.
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Gallery talk by photographer Julee Ann Holcombe in Durham

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Photographer Julee Ann Holcombe, an associate professor of art at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, will present a gallery talk titled “The Narrative Portrait” at the Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery, 136 State St., Portsmouth, at 2 p.m. Saturday.

Becky Rule to tell tales at the Corner House Inn

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New Hampshire storyteller Becky Rule will perform at the Corner House Inn, 22 Main St., Center Sandwich, tonight in a Storytelling Dinner.

Pianist Sergei Novikov's releases include 2006's “For Your Glass of Wine,” 2007's “Ambiance,” 2008's “Broadway Movies and More,” 2009's “Chill Pill,” 2012 “Simply Intoxicating” and this year's “Day and Night.” In addition, he recorded a children's album, “Jump for Joy,” in 2002, and has released seven Christmas projects since 2007.

Pianist Sergei Novikov talks about heart of performance

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Using the metaphor of a human heart, pianist Sergei Novikov describes what's at the core of his performance.

Kimberly Anderson Ritchie, Rock Tripe Lichen, Installation: silkscreen and monoprint on maps

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The Lamson Learning Commons at Plymouth State University will present an exhibition of works by Professor Kimberly Anderson Ritchie through March 6 at the Library and Learning Commons on Highland Street.

Abraham Depaula is the third suspect attmepting to have evidence against him thrown out of court. He is charged with participating in a home invasion in Hampstead in 2011.

Hampstead home invasion suspect wants evidence tossed

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A 26-year-old man charged with participating in a violent Hampstead home invasion with three others wants a judge to throw out evidence that led to his arrest.

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Police say man swung ax at ex

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A 37-year-old man has been arrested following a two-day argument with his ex-girlfriend, which escalated when he allegedly swung an axe at her.

Comedienne Paula Poundstone Brings Laughter to Plymouth

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At 7:30 on Saturday, January 3rd, The Flying Monkey is excited to welcome comedienne Paula Pounstone to its stage.

Board of Ed finds in favor of Goffstown; Dunbarton plans Supreme Court appeal

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The state Board of Education has found in favor of the Goffstown School District in a dispute with the Dunbarton School District, meaning Dunbarton may have to pay Goffstown over $530,000 following Dunbarton's withdrawal from the Authorized Regional Enrollment Area (AREA) agreement.

More theft-related charges for Raymond woman

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A Raymond woman who failed to appear in court in October on a theft charge was in court Wednesday on that charge and seven more.

Joe Huntress of Danville picks out some bagels at the Rockingham Community Action outreach center in Raymond Wednesday morning.

Rockingham Community Action brightening holidays for needy

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Gifts for local kids and more than 200 holiday baskets with a turkey and all the fixings will be handed out Friday and next Monday to brighten the holidays for families in Rockingham County.

Good news for residents near former wastewater plant

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A recent round of testing at Salem's former wastewater plant shows it is unlikely that contaminants have spread to nearby private property.

Derry Administrator opposes council goal of cutting Derry tax rate

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If Derry was to approve a council goal of cutting next year's tax rate, it could result in the loss of 49 jobs, Administrator Galen Stearns said.

Thursday meeting to address Windham water project concerns

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An ongoing water main project around the West Shore Road neighborhood has led to frequent water outages- and complaints from citizens

Derry takes steps to improve rundown buildings

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Councilors have began the process for addressing Derry's vacant and neglected downtown buildings by unanimously approving amendments to the building code.

Derry fire chief is retiring

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After serving the community since 2003, Derry Fire Chief George Klauber has submitted his resignation papers and will be retiring in January, according to officials.

Britt Johnston, chief technology officer of Microsoft's SMSG Incubation Group, shows students how to navigate the cloud during an all-day conference on computers at the Academy for Science and Design in Nashua.

Tech conference sparks ideas and imagination

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The Academy for Science and Design holds a conference on computer science that highlights tech opportunities and careers.

Nashua assessment tests miss the mark

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Ed testing company forgets to tell the Nashua school district it changed the tables that measure students' skills and grade level.

Sandown Garden Club members, from left, Jane Cain, Mary Beth Quattrochi, Asteria Dauphinais, Kathy Dennis, Dale Dumphy, Barbara Finch, Sue Gleason and Fran Rosenau hold some of the wreaths members created during the club's annual holiday workshop. The wreaths were bound for civic locations in town.

Windham club brings Christmas cheer to vets

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Members of the Woman's Service Club of Windham were busy recently filling 42 colorful bags of goodies, adding Christmas cards from the club, ornaments and candy covered with handmade snowmen hats with snowmen faces. They delivered the bags, along with Christmas greetings, on Dec. 10 to veterans at the VA Medical Center in Manchester.

Candlelight memorial in Keene for the homeless

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Hundred Nights will host a vigil in Central Square on Sunday, Dec. 21, as part of the Candlelight Memorial, which is being held in more than 150 cities and counties to recognize homeless people who have died the past year and make a call to end homelessness.

Bill Stone, left, and Bill Greiner are among those launching a new bank in Bedford.

Restaurant owner, ex-gov. among new bank backers

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The co-owner of T-Bones and Cactus Jack's restaurants wants to open the first new bank in New Hampshire in seven years with a board of directors that includes former Gov. John Lynch.

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