A Hudson manufacturing firm is taking a twofold approach to conserving energy.
People from the Upper Valley region to across the world are reaching out to a well-known Cornish couple injured in Florida last month.
Whether his students are seasoned martial artists or everyday citizens, Avi Nardia likes to remind them that their strongest weapon are their minds and hearts.
When should we be concerned about dementia?
Brief items of interest to New Hampshire's senior citizens.
Though the sap hasn't started running yet, as the largest producer of maple syrup in New Hampshire, the Bascom Maple Farms is busier than ever.
(EDITOR'S NOTE: John Harrigan has been dragged away in a net to a place where someone is paid to actually listen to him. His longtime friend, who remains incognito, fills in.)
A combination of chemistry and cooking skills came in handy during a recent soap-making workshop held at the Kingswood Youth Center.
Troop 123 toured the high-tech training labs at Manchester Community College and Great Bay Community College's Advanced Technology & Academic Center in Rochester, where the Scouts received crash courses in robotics and automation, as well as in advanced composites manufacturing.
March is the month when this old fool puts on way too many heavy clothes and pulls on boots that could float him if he falls through the now, getting softer-ice.
West High School's three-week clothing drive will benefit students, a teen drop-in center and homeless veterans.
Just over four and half years after joining the Civil Air Patrol, a 21-year-old college student has joined the elite ranks of Cadet Colonels after completing a rigorous testing process.
Historically speaking, turkey vultures were not commonly seen in New Hampshire until a relatively few years ago.
Slopeside with Kathleen Baglio Humphreys: Ski area groomers work all night to make the trails their best
At night, the lights from the snow cats glisten like little stars in the distance as they move up and down the dark mountain, grooming out the day's ruts or packing down fresh-fallen snow to lay down perfect corduroy for skiers and snowboarders to enjoy the next day. It's a job that's very important and ensures the safety and skiing pleasure of any visitor to any resort.