In the 603: The Super Secret Project is at it again. Known for their New...
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Winners: Fishing from the appropriately named “Bite This," Patrick...
Old Home Days: Wilton will host a fun filled nine-day event to celebrate Old Homes...
Musical Ogre: From a singing ogre and garrulous donkey to a cursed princess, live...
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Gathering Place: Not long after their return home, New Hampshire soldiers who fought...
The Friends of Stark Park have announced that the New England Bluegrass Band, acclaimed as one of the most talented bluegrass groups performing in the New England region, will perform at 2 p.m. at the bandstand on Sunday, July 13.
The Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce is expanding its weekly event from three to eight days over the next two months, beginning Thursday.
Preparations are underway to ensure enough food and beverages to feed over 90,000 mouths while vendors have exciting souvenirs and products to offer NASCAR fans.
Even if you are not a big race fan, the New Hampshire Motor Speedway has something for everyone to enjoy from zip lines to concerts or fireworks but of course the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series on Sunday is the big draw.
Thanks to bad weather on the Fourth of July, some local towns will still be celebrating Independence Day well into next weekend.
When USS Constitution embarks on its annual 4th of July turnaround cruise in Boston on Friday, the "officer of the deck" making sure everything goes smoothly on board will be a 25-year-old Wakefield native.
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A federal judge on Wednesday put a temporary halt to the state law that establishes a buffer zone around abortion clinics, issuing an order on the eve the law was to go on the books. In a seven-page order issued late Wednesday, District Court Judge Joseph Laplante told the communities of Concord and Derry they could not enforce the provisions of the buffer zone law against clinics within their boundaries.
MY MORNING of July 4 began with a report on peregrine falcons on New Hampshire Public Radio. Actually, it began much earlier, at 5:30 or so, with my last visit to the outdoor wood furnace to heave in the last big pieces of wood that signal the last fire until the beginning of the next heating season sometime in late September.
Will this be the summer you check a few more White Mountain 4,000 footers off your list? Or, join a guided hike, a naturalist-led interpretive program or an outdoor skills workshop?
Frank Martel, of Rye, is an avid saltwater angler. Avid may not be sufficient to describe his devotion to this pastime.
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Lavinia's: Casual diining in a historic setting
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About 50 former members of the Claremont Moose Lodge gathered at the former lodge building on Broad Street Tuesday night and voted to become Eagles.UPCOMING EVENTS:
In a singular honor for the North Country and the Granite State, Eric L. Johnson, who was born and raised in Lancaster, was recently named the most senior reserve enlisted member of the U.S. Coast Guard.UPCOMING EVENTS:
Bikers say under-30 generation isn't interested, and can't afford many of the top motorcycles
Salem drops $50 permit for Sunday sales
Win tickets to see Austin Mahone
Bedford's South River Road plan laid out