The zoning board vote was unanimous. Members said no new evidence was presented.
State warns about unhealthy air pollution levels, urge caution for people with lung, heart conditionsREADER COMMENTS: 0
With unhealthy air pollution levels predicted for Friday night into Saturday, the Department of...
Stacey Cole's Nature Talks: Fond memories of helping 'Gramp' search for Grandmother Cole's Christmas treeREADER COMMENTS: 0
“Stacey Cole's New Hampshire: A Lyrical Landscape” has just been published and is...READER COMMENTS: 0
A gyrfalcon was discovered in Hampton Marsh north of the Route 101 causeway during the annual...READER COMMENTS: 0
The tuition costs for Dunbarton will be $9,952 per middle school student, and $11,811 for high...READER COMMENTS: 0
William Hoitt was honored by Tucker Lodge No. 99 of Freemasons with the 2013 Community Builders...READER COMMENTS: 0
Members of the Hollis Playground Project group hope to begin work on the town's new playground...
DERRY — Neighbors are rallying around a family after their holiday decorations were destroyed...
New Hampshire Corrections Department reported that Manuel Benjamin Rodriguez-Figueroa of Nashua did...
The blades on the 24 wind turbines at Groton Wind have come to a halt because of a power pole...
If history is a guide, whoever wins next week’s Queen City Invitational Basketball Tournament has better than a 1-in-3 chance of going on to win an NHIAA boys’ state title.READER COMMENTS: 0
The Bedford girls showed they’re ready to defend their Division I girls’ basketball title, beating Merrimack 58-24 on Friday.READER COMMENTS: 0
Here's one thing we learned about the Londonderry High School boys' basketball team Friday night: The Lancers can shoot.
Explore the Merrimack Valley
A part of this bridge was originally part of the entrance to the Covered Bridge Craft Store in Nashua, NH. When the store...
The Henniker bridge was built by Milton Graton and his son Arnold in 1972 using traditional methods. For example, the framed...
The structure was originally built when the Concord and Claremont Railroad laid its first 33 miles of track from Concord to...
The bridge was built by Horace Childs of Henniker with the help of his brothers Enoch and Warren. The Burr type construction is...
This little known bridge is one of the few located in the Merrimack Valley Region.
The Lawrence L. Lee Scouting Museum is home to one of the finest displays of Scouting memorabilia in the world! Located at Camp...
Liquid Planet is a locally-owned and family-run business inspired by New Hampshire's great outdoors.
The Massabesic Audubon Center sponsors many programs throughout the year.
Come where day magically becomes night.
The Susan N. McLane Center is Audubon's longest established center. In addition to being a program center, the building is also...
The Museum of Family Camping is dedicated to Roy B. Heise (1910-1991), whose dream it was to open a museum to display his...
The Aviation Museum of New Hampshire is the home of the New Hampshire Aviation Historical Society.
Located in Concord, the State House, made of Concord granite, was completed in 1819, with additions in 1866 and 1910.
Hands-on discovery science center. More than 80 exhibits, including exhibits on sound, light, motion and simple machines.
The headquarters for the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests is located in East Concord on a bluff overlooking...
Inside of one of the brick Amoskeag Mill buildings in Manchester, NH is a museum that takes visitors back in time through 11,000...
The Currier Museum of Art offers you a unique opportunity to explore the world of Frank Lloyd Wright. The Zimmerman House is the...
The Discovery Room at Fish and Game's Concord headquarters is a window on New Hampshire's great outdoors... complete with a...
The Currier Museum of Art is an internationally renowned art museum featuring European and American paintings, decorative arts,...
Visit the largest collection of agricultural animals and North American wildlife in New Hampshire.
The National Historic Landmark has 25 original buildings situated on a rolling hilltop surrounded by open fields, woodlots, and...
First opened as a street railway amusement facility, Canobie Lake Park was immediately heralded as the finest pleasure resort in...
Year round programs for adults and children.
Quality, tradition and a century-old reputation for brewing the world's finest beers have made the Anheuser-Busch Brewery Tour a...
The Amoskeag Fishways offers award winning school programs, public programs for all ages, family nights, pre-school programs,...
Built by a Native American Culture or a migrant European population? No one knows for sure.
The mission of America's Credit Union Museum is to tell the human side of the credit union story.
Small nature center featuring collections, interpretive exhibits, library, trails, and natural science classes for children and...
The Museum of New Hampshire History offers exhibitions on the state's heritage and traditions as well as a variety of programs...
At their Visitors Center, you can sample their scrumptious yogurt and buy it at discount prices.
State Parks and Beaches
Silver Lake State Park spans 80 acres and its sandy 1,000-foot beach curves along 34-acre Silver Lake. Popular activities in the...
Pawtuckaway State Park offers a variety of landscapes, with something to do and see for everyone. There are many opportunities...
This wooded park with pond and wetlands is excellent for nature walks. Universally accessible trails and fishing.
Located about five miles east of the town of Weare, Clough State Park is located on the shore of Everett Lake, a 150-acre lake...
Bear Brook, with nearly 10,000 acres, is the largest developed state park in New Hampshire. Located in the southeast region of...
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The Taylor Sawmill is situated on the 71-acre Ballard State Forest in Derry, New Hampshire.
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