Bishop Guertin High School in Nashua, last year's “Granite State Challenge” champion, opened its season with a win over Dover High School, 420 to 230.
The 2015 tax filing season has begun, and the IRS is asking for your help to prevent tax-refund fraud.
BILL GRIFFIN was at the happiest place in his life when he was diagnosed with cancer eight years ago at 64. Though he died a year and a half later, the disease that ravaged his body never metastacized to his spirit.
Fishing any moving water in the window is fraught with danger. Ice most always forms well up from the shoreline and, as they say, can “be a slippery slope” to avoid.
Roadside History: Deputy Sheriff Charles E. Smith (1843-1891) was 1st NH law officer to give his life in line of duty as he apprehended horse thief
Deputy Sheriff Smith died on May 23, 1891, from an infection caused by a gunshot wound received while arresting a suspected horse thief.
Getting a handle on the pan: Everything from solitude to spring breakers can be found in Florida's panhandle
The treasures of the Florida Panhandle belong to all of us and none of us. And whether you respond to this place with parties or solitude, it's up to you.
Emma Williams of Merrimack and Caitlin Shapleigh of Londonderry have been named New Hampshire's top two youth volunteers of 2016 by the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, a nationwide program honoring young people for outstanding acts of...
Dogs are the creatures of my heart (well, there is my husband, too). Yet as you read this, I am away from my dogs (and husband) participating in a five-day training clinic at Natural Encounters in Winter Haven, Fla., where I am training …...
New Hampshire's aerospace and defense businesses will be represented this spring at a regional conference examining insight and trends in these industries throughout New England.
Fidelity Investments — so aptly named for Valentine's Day — says almost half of American couples argue about money and that among those who have such arguments, one in four never resolve them.
Marc A. Hebert's Money Sense: For love and money -- Joint accounts, separate accounts, or a bit of both?
In 2015, the average person shelled out $142.31 to celebrate Valentine's Day. Also, not surprising are people in the 25 to 34 age group who spent $213.04 on average or almost 50 percent more than the average across all ages.
Most observers expected Donald Trump would win the Republican primary and Bernie Sanders would take the Democrat contest. But, if they are honest, most did not believe the margins of victory would be so large.