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BILL DUNCAN
No, the state's backdoor funding of religious schools was not upheld.
CHARLES ARLINGHAUS
One fix will nto fix our economic problems.
EDITORIAL
USNH offers taxpayers another raw deal.
EDITORIAL
Proof that every vote matters.
PAT BUCHANAN
The UK is not the only part of Europe fracturing.
AURORE EATON
Sorrento, Maine, was Frank Jones' special project beginning in the late 1880s. He was the venture's key investor and its manager. The enterprise was a great success.
SHARON DAY
Tthe over-the-top attacks from Democrats regarding women are so insulting.
EDITORIAL
Maine races away with public money.
EDITORIAL
This is not the right bullying bill for state government.
 NH Angle
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0 Tod Robberson: Anti-war protesters and the fight against coercive Islamist radicals

0 Harvey J. Kaye: Ken Burns’s ‘Roosevelts’ fine but flawed

0 Belknap County fires nursing home administrator, mum on reason

0 Democrats block veto override to heightened oversight of YDC after employee complaints last year

0 Reluctant to combat militant Islam, Obama sends 3,000 U.S. troops to Ebola fight

0 Newington ZBA rejects appeal of expansion of propane facility, Portsmouth says it will sue

0 Sticking to Democratic playbook, latest Kuster attack ad paints Garcia as 'Tea Party' fanatic

0 Scott Brown’s Feb. comments raise questions about his online sales tax stance

0 Newport schools slash tuition to attract more young students

0 Republican Scott Brown says he gave Ted Cruz the idea to strip the citizenship of Americans who fight for ISIS

0 NH group receives $140K federal grant to train landscapers about electrical, aerial lift hazards

0 CSM: Are underdog Brown and incumbent Shaheen really tied?

0 Carpetbagger name calling failing to gain traction with voters

0 Judge who called drug task force honesty into question poised to dismiss pot patch charge over illegal search

0 Doc: Webber was incompetent to leave $2.7M estate to Portsmouth police officer

0 Launch Angels to back startups with Dartmouth ties

0 NH gives Bitcoin Brands OK to expand ATM roll out to New Hampshire

0 To attract millennial workers, ditch the cubicles

0 PUC asked to clarify rules on relationship between Northern Pass and PSNH

0 U.S. gun makers on target in short sector

0 Inspired by New Hampshire town, Scottish architect wants to restore Carnegie Hall in the Highlands

0 Video: Son finds '57 Chevy Bel Airs in NH, fulfills childhood promise to dad

0 Mass. and Vt. have some of nation's rudest drivers, NH and Maine have some of the nicest

0 NH man's life spared by experimental 'target' cancer therapy

0 Video: Facing death, Sudanese woman relied on her faith

Skillet hash was a common hearth-cooked dish for early American families, made with vegetables that could be stored and whatever meat was available.

Peterborough group shares the basics of hearth cookery

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Cooking at an open hearth was a labor of love.

Bob and Karen Rutter of West Creek, N.J., stand in front of their RV as their dog, Buddy, looks on among cutouts of Brad Keselowski and Dale Earnhardt, Jr.



DAN SEUFERT

Speedway looks to attract more fans as NASCAR stars return to NH

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Speedway officials have been using promotional tools like 16-driver "pools" to reach out to more race fans and potential race fans. The sport, and the speedway, saw race attendances drop during the worst years of the recession.

Next to the fun park, a new seafood spot

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Better luck a second time at Naticook.

A story to bring beer lovers pleasant dreams

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"Goodnight Brew": A parody for beer people

Londonderry police to open station to residents

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This Saturday marks the tenth anniversary of the current Londonderry Police facility, though town's police presence goes back much further.

CERRITOS

Man accused of raping 13-year old in Nashua

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Santos Cerritos, 51, of Manchester, is accused of the Nashua rape of a young girl he knows.

Salem senior housing ordinance change proposed

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A proposed warrant article for the March town election could increase the ways developers can meet the affordable housing requirements for senior housing developments.

New Nashua computer curriculum stresses exam, lifetime skills

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Board of Education members review new K-8 curriculum that will prepare students for Common Core Standards-based assessment tests.

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Affair, threats alleged in Weare police chief investigation

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Weare's police chief was banned from the police department and ordered to turn over his gun after his assistant said she was assaulted following an extramarital affair with the chief, according to court paperwork.

Manchester teachers to hold 2nd contract vote following voting hours complaints

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The city teachers union will hold another vote on a proposed four-year contract after some members complained that the hours for the balloting last week were too restrictive.

Group has plans to spruce up downtown Nashua

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The Downtown Improvement Committee is hoping to use extra funds to purchase banners, hanging flower baskets and more plantings for Main Street.

More than $5 million in surplus may offset Nashua tax rate

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While reviewing escrow requests and surplus funds, one alderman suggested helping the Nashua Senior Center with its financial troubles.

New Boston students could be given option to attend Goffstown middle school

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New Boston fifth and sixth grade students may have the option to attend Mountain View Middle School in Goffstown starting next year.

Members of the Child family, Sandra and her father Richard, take photos following a Monday night fire that destroyed Linc's at Auto Body at 35 Maple Street. Sandra Child said her parents had left their car in the shop to be serviced on  Monday morning.

Cause of 3-alarm Derry fire remains under investigation

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Fire investigators Tuesday continued to look for the cause of a three-alarm blaze that destroyed a cluster of businesses on Maple Street Monday night.

Wynn Resorts wins license to build casino near Boston

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The Massachusetts Gaming Commission on Tuesday awarded a license to build a $1.6 billion casino just outside Boston to Las Vegas developer Wynn Resorts Ltd.

Gas pipeline proposal prompts Hollis meeting

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A special town meeting Saturday morning will determine the town’s future actions in response to a controversial natural gas pipeline being proposed by the Tennessee Natural Gas Company

Claremont police warn public about suspicious soda bottles

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Police are warning residents to be wary of suspicious soda bottles after city and state police responded to a report of one on Lafayette Street Tuesday and “neutralized” it.

Manchester aldermanic committee supports ordinance banning 'spice'

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An aldermen's committee on Tuesday gave the green light for an ordinance banning the sale and possession of “spice,” the synthetic marijuana product linked to a surge in ambulance calls in the city that prompted the governor to declare a state of emergency last month.

PSNH projects bills could rise by less than 1 percent next year

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Public Service of New Hampshire is forecasting its energy costs will shrink, but customers’ electric bills will rise by less than 1 percent next year — maybe.

Stocks up as expectations shift on Fed policy

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Stocks rose on Tuesday and the S&P notched its best performance in a month after a report shifted investor expectations for the Federal Reserve’s policy statement due on Wednesday.

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