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Workers repair damage to the Friendly's Ice Cream restaurant on South Willow Street Thursday afternoon.

Two men hurt as woman drives into Friendly's entrance

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The Friendly’s restaurant on South Willow Street closed abruptly Thursday afternoon when a vehicle crashed into the parking...

E. Allen Perry, 45, center, and his sons, Joshua, left, and Brian, right, have been freed on bail as their case on felony riot and other charges is pending in superior court.

Family charged in alleged Canobie Lake Park melee released on bail

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Three members of a Vermont family charged with riot for an alleged scuffle with police at Canobie Lake Park have been freed from...

Meriam Ibrahim welcomed to NH; family says U.S. is offering asylum

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Meriam Ibrahim arrived at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport on Thursday night, leaving Sudan, and her death sentence for...

NH, Mass. AGs warn Market Basket about firings, suppliers

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Attorneys general from New Hampshire and Massachusetts warned Market Basket that they need to promptly pay any fired employees...

Plaistow lawyer Lawrence Buswell, 53, was found not guilty of felonious sexual assault following his three day trial in Rockingham County Superior Court.

Plaistow lawyer found not guilty on all charges in sex assault case

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A local lawyer accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy in July 2011 was found not guilty on all charges in a swift...

Decade old corpses found in Providence funeral home of mortician found hung in N.H. campground

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PROVIDENCE, R.I. Some of the human remains found last week at a Federal Hill funeral home belonged to people who died more than...

Among the popular exhibits at the annual August festival will be a landscape sculpture garden.

League of NH Craftsmen's Fair to feature more than 200 craft booths

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The Annual League of NH Craftsmen's Fair, the longest-running annual crafts fair in the nation, will unveil its 81st celebration...

The Band Perry

The Band Perry to play in Gilford

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Named vocal group of the year at this year's 49th Academy of Country Music Awards, The Band Perry has strengthened its family...

Though it's turning to an acoustic format for its Granite State show this weekend, 3 Doors Down doesn't plan to abandon its hard-driving rock roots.

3 Doors Down cranks down the volume with unplugged Seacoast concert

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To get to know its fans better, 3 Doors Down is turning down the music at its upcoming Hampton Beach tour stop.

The Soltice Sackbuts — a name that references the original name of today's trombone — will lead a musical tour through the centuries in a noon concert Wednesday, Aug. 6, at the Nashua Public Library, 2 Court St.

What's in a name?

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The Solstice Sackbuts — a name that references the original name of today's trombone — will lead a musical tour...

Meriam Ibrahim welcomed to NH; family says U.S. is offering asylum

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Meriam Ibrahim arrived at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport on Thursday night, leaving Sudan, and her death sentence for refusing to renounce her Christian faith, behind. “Thank you so much,” her husband, Daniel Wani of Manchester, said to a horde of reporters while tears streamed down his cheeks. “I am so relieved.”

NH, Mass. AGs warn Market Basket about firings, suppliers

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Attorneys general from New Hampshire and Massachusetts warned Market Basket that they need to promptly pay any fired employees and that the company's decisions also have “serious implications” for those who supply the supermarket chain with goods.

Workers repair damage to the Friendly's Ice Cream restaurant on South Willow Street Thursday afternoon.

Two men hurt as woman drives into Friendly's entrance

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The Friendly’s restaurant on South Willow Street closed abruptly Thursday afternoon when a vehicle crashed into the parking lot entrance of the restaurant, authorities said.

Market Basket employees Yvonne Despres and Gino Demambro wait in aisle 2 at the Milford Market Basket for customers.

Market Basket employees and customers remain loyal to their former CEO

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Visit any Market Basket and the parking lot is empty, except for a few customers or employee's vehicles, the food isles are desolate, shelves not well stocked and produce and vegetables non-existent in week two of the CEO shake-up.

Meriam Ibrahim welcomed to NH; family says U.S. is offering asylum

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Meriam Ibrahim arrived at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport on Thursday night, leaving Sudan, and her death sentence for refusing to renounce her Christian faith, behind. “Thank you so much,” her husband, Daniel Wani of Manchester, said to a horde of reporters while tears streamed down his cheeks. “I am so relieved.”

NH, Mass. AGs warn Market Basket about firings, suppliers

READER COMMENTS: 12

Attorneys general from New Hampshire and Massachusetts warned Market Basket that they need to promptly pay any fired employees and that the company's decisions also have “serious implications” for those who supply the supermarket chain with goods.

Workers repair damage to the Friendly's Ice Cream restaurant on South Willow Street Thursday afternoon.

Two men hurt as woman drives into Friendly's entrance

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The Friendly’s restaurant on South Willow Street closed abruptly Thursday afternoon when a vehicle crashed into the parking lot entrance of the restaurant, authorities said.

Market Basket employees Yvonne Despres and Gino Demambro wait in aisle 2 at the Milford Market Basket for customers.

Market Basket employees and customers remain loyal to their former CEO

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Visit any Market Basket and the parking lot is empty, except for a few customers or employee's vehicles, the food isles are desolate, shelves not well stocked and produce and vegetables non-existent in week two of the CEO shake-up.

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Havenstein says he has always opposed Obamacare, though company he led was paid to implement parts of it

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Republican gubernatorial candidate Walt Havenstein says he has consistently opposed the Affordable Care Act, though a tech company he once led received millions to implement parts of Obamacare.

Two GOP heavyweights try to get NH fired up about 2014 elections

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There's a new pledge in town. Candidates pull out the stops, and the barbecues and ball games, to attract attention. Lawmakers eye Hassan veto override.

Garcia, Lambert clash during GOP District 2 congressional debate

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Republicans looking to challenge Rep. Annie Kuster in November engaged in a feisty debate Wednesday as they picked apart past votes in the legislature.

Merrimack zoning officials deny AT&T cell tower request

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A controversial proposal to construct a cell tower in a residential neighborhood drew dozens of people to Wednesday's zoning board meeting, where numerous opponents voiced concern.

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