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What's open, what's closed on Veterans Day holiday


On Veterans Day Monday, federal, state and city offices are closed.

New Hampshire courts will be closed. New Hampshire public schools are closed.

Banks are closed, except for TD Bank Stores.

There will be no United States Postal Service regular mail delivery or counter service.

UPS and FedEx will be operating as usual.

The New York Stock Market will be open, but the bond market will be closed.

There will be no trash pickup on Monday in Manchester or Nashua, with trash pickup delayed a day, but it will be trash pickup as usual in Concord, Laconia, Dover and Portsmouth, although there will be no yard waste pickup in Portsmouth Monday.

Stores will be open for the most part with lots of Veterans Day sales.

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