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.
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.
CONCORD, N.H. — U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen is proposing a limit on taxpayer spending for oil painting portraits of government officials.
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.
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.
“The general consensus is that it (the video) didn’t look like her, but the technical experts in the FBI will be taking a look at it,” said Conway, N.H., Police Lt. Christopher Perley.
CONCORD, New Hampshire — The New Hampshire Insurance Department has denied Frisbie Memorial Hospital's request for a formal hearing on its exclusion from the provider network for those purchasing individual insurance plans through the Affordable Care Act.
Where children live in northern New England has dramatic influence over how much and what types of medical care they receive, according to a first-of-its-kind report from researchers at Dartmouth College.
CONCORD — A new health ranking released Wednesday gives New Hampshire an overall fifth-place ranking among the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
The 123-acre partially-developed lot is located off Route 11 between Paulson Road and Meetinghouse Hill Road, and has several contaminants on site including a tetrachloroethylene (PCE) tank spill, a percolating lagoon system, a septic tank, and a contaminated ground water plume.
PORTSMOUTH — An outgoing tanker was temporarily trapped between the Sarah Mildred Long and Memorial bridges Wednesday morning when the Memorial Bridge gate system did not function properly.
Chris Carpenter, the dean of the Cardinals’ staff for most of the last 10 years even when he wasn’t pitching, made his first public appearance Wednesday night since announcing his retirement.
OSSIPEE — Two proposals for the three-year ambulance service contract were opened by selectmen at their weekly meeting on Dec. 9. They made no decision on awarding the contract, but, judging by the figures released so far, it appears that Ossipee taxpayers will be paying over twice as much as they have been used to in years past.
There is a detailed explanation for the process in this 2009 document from then-senator Judd Gregg’s staff when he was the ranking member on the Budget Committee.