Cawley Middle School eighth-graders, take notice: If Pinkerton Academy is in your future, you’ll be setting your alarm clocks earlier in September.
With the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority (nhhfa.org) scheduled to host its 12th annual Home Buyer Fair on Saturday (9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Radisson Center of New Hampshire in Manchester), this seems as good a time as any to talk a little about home buyers and the home-buying process.
MILFORD — The 42nd annual New Hampshire Camping and RV Show rolls into The Hampshire Dome, 50 Emerson Road, this weekend.
Hours of the show, which is presented by the New Hampshire Campground Owners Association, are 1 to 8 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
The Mini Iron Chef Challenge is set for Sunday at the Children's Museum of New Hampshire for ages four to 12.
Brief items of interest to New Hampshire's club community.
David Poirier, who has served as the town’s postmaster since 2012, died of a heart attack last Friday while serving with the National Guard in Qatar.
The UNH Cooperative Extension Military Youth and Family Program is seeking donations of items to fill “Welcome Backpacks” for families of deployed service members.
New Hampshire-born Aliy Zirkle is currently in top 10 of the Iditarod sled dog race.
The adoptive parents of an Ethiopian boy in need of a bone marrow transplant are calling on U.S. Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Kelly Ayotte to help them cut through the red tape if a donor is found within his birth family.
The Parks and Recreation Department are looking for volunteers to help out at the Special Olympics Unified Sports Basketball Assessment games on Saturday, March 15.
STRATHAM - A native Ethiopian, 12-year-old Behaylu and his adoptive family in Stratham are hoping for a miracle after he was diagnosed with severe aplastic anemia three weeks ago.
The 38th annual Special Olympics New Hampshire Winter Games are underway with a record number of competitors taking part at Waterville Valley.
Herein are some housekeeping items and just plain strange stuff (this happens once or twice as a result of cleaning up my desk and my muddled mind).
Once again, John and Kelly Habig have cut a $25,000 check and issued a challenge to Seacoast families and businesses: Come together to help match it.
It's gritty time of the year, that time when dirt and salt are in every crevice of my car, my home and my shoes. And with this grit, the time arrives to revisit my classic footwear.