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Feds end Cheshire County Fair tradition of owners sleeping in barns with animals

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NORTH SWANZEY — The decades-old tradition of people sleeping in the barns with their livestock at the Cheshire Fair is no...

NATHANIEL KIBBY

Kibby indicted for threatening associate attorney general

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Already facing hundreds of charges in two counties in connection with allegedly kidnapping, confining and sexually assaulting a...

Bikers ride down the Weirs Beach Boulevard during a previous Bike Week in Laconia.

Spike in police cost wipes out Motorcycle Week fund profit

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LACONIA — The city has budgeted $70,000 for out-of-town police in earlier years, but actual expenses have ranged between...

Weekend Top 10 Planner: July 31-August 2, 2015

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It's all happening outdoors this weekend (most of it, anyway). Fairs. Crafts. Music. ATV fun. And so much more that we're having...

Hulk is believed to be the world's largest pit bull.

World's largest pitbull has $300K litter in New Hampshire

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'This is definitely one of the most valuable litters we have had. If the litter were all trained as protection dogs they could be...

Donna Esty, flanked by her attorney, Peter McGrath, holds a photo of her son, Hagen Esty-Lennon, who was shot and killed in Bath on July 6 after authorities said he lunged at two police officers with a knife.

Family of man shot and killed by police still waiting for answers

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Hagen Esty-Lennon was shot and killed by two police officers after he reportedly lunged at them with a knife.

Andre Chagnon of Hooksett, whose son is in the Army, helps Emmett Fleming, 3, build a foam airplane at the Seacoast Salutes event in Portsmouth on Sunday.

Seacoast Salutes brings together members of military, community

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Hundreds turned out Sunday for a military appreciation day in Portsmouth to show support for veterans and raise money for...

Wings, the neighborhood cat, makes his way out after eating snacks and visiting Bob Belliveau and his daughter Elizabeth Webster on Wednesday in Manchester.

Mark Hayward's City Matters: Wings is the top cat around the north end

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North of Webster Street — in an area bound roughly by Belmont and Shaw streets — the glue that binds is Wings, the...

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Update: Two inmates missing from Manchester halfway house

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Bruno Joseph Martin, 41, whose last residence was in Salem, walked away from a Lowell Street half-way house in Manchester...

44% of 1st district voters think Guinta should resign; 25% say stay put

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CONCORD - Support for U.S. Rep Frank Guinta is eroding according to a new poll that showed that more than 40 percent think he...

The University of New Hampshire plans to enroll up to 1,400 new international students in coming years to bring more diversity and money to its Durham campus. Clynton Namuo

UNH strips controversial language guide from website

The University of New Hampshire website no longer allows access to a controversial language guide that recommends against using everyday words like "American," "rich" and "healthy" to describe people.

NATHANIEL KIBBY

Kibby indicted for threatening associate attorney general

Already facing hundreds of charges in two counties in connection with allegedly kidnapping, confining and sexually assaulting a Conway teenager, Nathaniel Kibby was recently indicted for allegedly threatening the state attorney prosecuting him.

Pamela Riesenberg of Derry, right, and marketing associate Melanie Billings display samples of the clothing tags they're developing for Mix.Match.Men outside Wednesday's “Shark Tank” casting call in Portland, Maine.

NH entrepreneurs among hundreds pitching at 'Shark Tank' casting call

About 800 people attended a casting call for ABC-TV's “Shark Tank” in Portland, Maine, seeking national attention and a cash infusion from business people dubbed “sharks” who decide whether to invest in new businesses and their products.

New Hampshire thumbs its nose at Fox News over presidential debates

Only three of the 17 Republican candidates will not be there. Businessman Donald Trump declined to attend, telling the Manchester Union-Leader the newspaper that came up with the idea for the forum that he did not expect it to endorse him, so he saw little reason to take part.

The University of New Hampshire plans to enroll up to 1,400 new international students in coming years to bring more diversity and money to its Durham campus. Clynton Namuo

UNH strips controversial language guide from website

The University of New Hampshire website no longer allows access to a controversial language guide that recommends against using everyday words like "American," "rich" and "healthy" to describe people.

NATHANIEL KIBBY

Kibby indicted for threatening associate attorney general

Already facing hundreds of charges in two counties in connection with allegedly kidnapping, confining and sexually assaulting a Conway teenager, Nathaniel Kibby was recently indicted for allegedly threatening the state attorney prosecuting him.

Pamela Riesenberg of Derry, right, and marketing associate Melanie Billings display samples of the clothing tags they're developing for Mix.Match.Men outside Wednesday's “Shark Tank” casting call in Portland, Maine.

NH entrepreneurs among hundreds pitching at 'Shark Tank' casting call

About 800 people attended a casting call for ABC-TV's “Shark Tank” in Portland, Maine, seeking national attention and a cash infusion from business people dubbed “sharks” who decide whether to invest in new businesses and their products.

New Hampshire thumbs its nose at Fox News over presidential debates

Only three of the 17 Republican candidates will not be there. Businessman Donald Trump declined to attend, telling the Manchester Union-Leader the newspaper that came up with the idea for the forum that he did not expect it to endorse him, so he saw little reason to take part.

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Politics

Dan Tuohy's Granite Status: Candidates continue to maneuver in NH

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Sen. Marco Rubio can charge up ahead of the Voters First Forum on Monday in the comfort of his new campaign headquarters.

Residents considering possible legal action to overturn Derry councilors' decision on petitions

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Some residents are considering possible legal action against the town to force a special election, following a recent council vote on eight petitions.

State drug czar funding approved by legislative committee

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Funding for the state's embattled drug czar was extended for six months by the Joint Legislative Fiscal Committee Wednesday but lawmakers warned they want to see more program coordination to combat the growing opioid epidemic.

The Nashua Teachers Union has endorsed Alderman-at-Large Jim Donchess for mayor, the first major endorsement in the Nashua mayoral race.

Nashua teachers endorse Jim Donchess for mayor

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One of six mayoral candidates in Nashua received a major endorsement on Thursday from city teachers.

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