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Santa tracking and Christmas readings to take place over scanners Christmas Eve

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Local first responders will be keeping an eye out for Santa Claus on Christmas Eve and anyone with a scanner will be able to tune in and follow his journey through Strafford County as he delivers...

Fireworks, Open Houses at Hampton Beach for New Year's Eve

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Ring in the New Year with your family at the beach on Wednesday, December 31, 2014. Don't miss the spectacular fireworks over the sandy beach and the dark, vast Atlantic Ocean. Let the magnificent...

Transportation

Lighter but more rugged tracks have improved travel and eliminated maintenance on the Mount Washington SnowCoach.

SnowCoach makes winter majesty accessible

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A crew sends a pair of snow coaches and eight passengers per trip up a steep — 12 percent — grade, near tree line to 4,500 feet above sea level several times per day.

New Route 3 exit at NH/Mass. border could cost up to $20m

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Despite the high cost, planners say a new Exit 36 southbound would open up major development opportunities in two communities.

Travel and Leisure

A wet Christmas ornament hangs on the water tower at the Rockingham County complex in Brentwood on Tuesday morning.

Yule be warm and wet this Christmas

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With record-breaking temperatures on the way, Santa could break a sweat when he swings through New Hampshire this Christmas.

According to state police, the majority of crashes and vehicles off the road on Sunday morning were on Interstate 93 between the Hooksett tolls and Exit 17. The crashes caused several lane closures as the vehicles were removed.

Christmas week looks wet and stormy

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Christmas week looks more wet than white this year, with forecasters calling for heavy rains to soak the region Christmas Eve before temperatures approach the mid-40s Christmas Day.

Do your homework before adopting a family pet

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Thinking of adding a four-footed friend to the family this Christmas?
Do your homework.

Elves, puppies and children

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In a new effort this year, members of New Hampshire SPCA will dress up as elves and deliver newly adopted pets to families in Stratham.

Balsams project moves forward with filing of river water-use permit for snowmaking

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The rebirth of the Balsams Grand Resort Hotel moved forward this week with the developer applying to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services for permission to pull water from the...

From left, Warren Selectman Charlie Chandler, New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development commissioner Jeffrey Rose, state Sen. Jeanie Forrester and state Rep. Susan Ford attended a ceremonial ribbon cutting Tuesday morning to open the McVetty Recreational Trails at the Warren Town Forest on Route 118. The venue features a 4.1-mile multi-use trail system for hikers, mountain bikers and cross-country skiers.

Town and state officials celebrate opening of non-motorized trail system in Warren

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Saying it was a gift to all New Hampshire residents, town and state officials celebrated the opening Tuesday of the McVetty Recreational Trails at the Warren Town Forest, an example, said the...

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