As I stepped on to the hallowed grounds of SIG Sauer’s headquarters in Portsmouth, NH, I thought I had the wrong address. A flawless viridian landscape, peppered with business people and bohemian ladies enjoying a no-doubt organic picnic, greeted me.
The Harpoon Brewery, founded in 1986 on the Boston waterfront by Dan Kenary and Rich Doyle, said Thursday that it will become an employee-owned company as of Aug. 1, with Doyle handing over the role of chief executive to Kenary.
In the letter, the legislators suggest, among other improvements, upgrading tracks in Saco, Wells and a 30-mile section of rail between Dover and Plaistow, New Hampshire, where trains cannot pass each other.
ElectroCraft Inc., a Dover company that provides small motors and sensors to a variety of industries, has acquired Hansen Corp., a similar company based in Indiana, increasing its worldwide labor force from 400 to 700 employees.
The Seacoast Business Expo, an annual September event featuring over 750 area businesses and organizations, has been canceled.
Environmental professionals with the U.S. Department of Energy have been in Concord this week collecting field data to use in the department’s study of alternatives to the Northern
Hanover — More than 100 members of the Hanover Consumer Cooperative Society met Thursday night at the Richard W. Black Community Center to discuss concerns about the employment practices of the Co-op Food Stores.
A conflagration of orange daylillies is blooming in the Heights Community Center courtyard, but the air is filled instead with the fragrance of incense.
Jessica Bakas, 12, of Moultonborough, created a winning recipe that got her invited to the 3rd annual Kids' State Dinner in Washington, DC.
An almost century-old mikveh was unearthed by archeologists this week in the remains of a New Hampshire home.
New Hampshire State Police and the Lebanon Police Department said the manpower available didn’t allow for a police cruiser with flashing
A local Game Stop is closed for business as workers spend the day rebuilding the front of the store after a crash.
In the meantime, leaders and educators in New Hampshire are embarking on a comprehensive effort to double the number of STEM graduates in New Hampshire by 2025.
ROCHESTER — Wayne Shannon, Jr., the brother of a man killed by law enforcement officers after reportedly threatening officers in March, was taken into police custody last week after a report he made against a neighbor and police.
The N.H. Department of Corrections, which oversees probation and parole officers, would not release information on whether an internal investigation was conducted by the department after the incident, or whether the officers followed the internal policies relating to use of deadly force.
DOVER — A motion has been filed on behalf of Michael Weeden requesting that his sobrietor monitoring bracelet be removed.
WILTON — The Wilton Main Street Association is at odds with the Department of Public Works over the repair and restoration of a historic traffic signal that sits at the head of Main Street.
Hillary Clinton still leads the Democratic field in the race for 2016, but her advantage might be slipping in New Hampshire, according to a new poll.
An unexpected surge in Medicaid enrollments during the past six months is putting pressure on the state’s budget.
Rep. Cordelli objected to Wilmer's plea to move forward and not try to find someone to blame for the past. He said the county needs to know why it happened. He asked what work Beaulieau is currently contracted to do.