We’re not sure if this is related to the recent death of the star of the F&F movie franchise, Paul Walker, but the 1994 Toyota Supra used in the first three movies has just gone up for sale.
As reported Tuesday on BerkshireEagle.com, Time Warner is withdrawing NECN from all Berkshire County subscribers and other customers in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine at the end of the month.
The Center for Disease Control says student can stay in school with live bugs, be treated that day when they get home, and return to school the next day.
“Stealing from the dead is about as low as you can go,” said Hussey, son of the late and legendary Conway veterinarian and past Fryeburg Fair trustee Dr. Gene Hussey (1920-2006).
ROCHESTER — It would take a big cake to fit all 209 candles celebrating the recent birthday of Franklin Pierce, the only New Hampshire native ever to be president.
CONCORD, N.H. — U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen is proposing a limit on taxpayer spending for oil painting portraits of government officials.
Despite a slow economy and an increased number of people in New Hampshire without health insurance, local community dental centers say they aren’t seeing nearly as many patients as they have the capacity to help.
Prince isn't the only one coming to Fox comedy. Adam Sandler is, too! The funnyman is shooting the Super Bowl episode of Fox's new comedy, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, sources confirm exclusively to E! News.
NASHUA – Eighty people have lost their jobs at Law Warehouses since May, when the state’s Liquor Commission awarded a 20-year, $200 million contract to shipping giant Exel Inc., and company executives expect more layoffs to come.
DURHAM — The University of New Hampshire's outdoor pool qualifies for the National Register of Historic Places based on its unique construction and connection to a New Deal-era program, according to a state agency.
Scott Gardner of Rindge plays Crumpet the Elf, a disgruntled employee of "The SantaLand Diaries," a one-act, one-man play presented by the Actors Circle Theatre this weekend.
Owned by Dartmouth College and home to more than 100 All American skiers, the Skiway is open to the public and is located just 20 minutes from the classic college town of Hanover and the iconic Dartmouth Green.
The 'fake' sign language interpreter Thamsanga Jantije is not the first to bask in the limelight as something he’s not.
Dan Gionet was killed in Iraq by an IED at age 24 on June 4, 2006, the same month Alycia graduated from Pelham High School.
When James Webb drove through the Hooksett tolls, the last thing the Derry state representative expected to see were flashing lights.
BRENTWOOD — Former Rockingham County correctional officer Keith Nelson has dropped his bid to be reinstated amid the investigation of an embezzlement scandal at the jail.
"Even though I may be for health reform in some manner, this is all wrong," says Tetler, president of Windfield Alloy in Atkinson, N.H. "At some point as a company owner, I will need to say no more and drop our health plan altogether and be confronted with losing valuable employees."
DURHAM — A new book by a University of New Hampshire professor brings together more than four decades of research to make the definitive case against spanking children.
School Principal Jorge Hernandez issued both teachers termination letters, saying they were fired for violating their contracts with Lawrence Catholic Academy.
The man, Kirby Turcotte, 69, of Derry, N.H., pulled the truck up onto a wooden ramp to have a look underneath after having engine trouble, Skowhegan Police Chief Ted Blais said at the scene.