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ISIS beheads NH journalist

Foley, whose family lives in Rochester, had previously been held captive for 44 days in Libya in 2011.The video, titled “A Message To America,” was posted on social media sites.

New Hampshire Catholic Charities is looking to buy the Department of Employment Security building on Hanover Street in Manchester.

Hanover St. building has a buyer

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Lisa Merrill-Burzak, vice president of development for New Hampshire Catholic Charities, said the nonprofit plans to use the Hanover Street location to consolidate programs and rent less space around the city.

Market Basket customer Leah Kraatz, seen Tuesday outside the store in Manchester, has been picketing daily.

Market Basket workers anxious to end standoff

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Many Market Basket workers are frustrated at repeated reports — first hyped then dashed — that the supermarket's month-long, family food fight soon could be over.

Judge drops charge in Derry case

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Judge Lucinda Sadler took under advisement a request to dismiss a lewdness charge, saying she would issue a decision later.

Mayor Donnalee Lozeau joins Philip DeVito and Laura Derba of Whole Foods Market during its bread-breaking ceremony on Tuesday in Nashua.

Natural foods supermarket breaks bread to open first of three planned NH stores

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The first of three Whole Foods Market stores coming to the Granite State breaks bread on opening day in Nashua.

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Dan Tuohy's Granite Status: Shaheen calls for bigger childcare tax credit

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Senator Shaheen, in new television spot, says the Helping Working Families Afford Childcare Act will help people keep up with rising costs.

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Derryfield School Graduation
Derryfield School Graduation

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Londonderry HS Graduation
Londonderry HS Graduation

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Manchester West graduation, honors
Manchester West graduation, honors

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Manchester Memorial graduation, honors
Manchester Memorial graduation, honors

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Manchester Central graduation, honors
Manchester Central graduation, honors

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Manchester Central Prom, May 31
Manchester Central Prom, May 31

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Manchester Memorial Prom, May 24
Manchester Memorial Prom, May 24

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Route 101 plaza unanimously granted two variances for improvements to property

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The owner was requesting two variances from the board: first, to construct a building six feet from the front yard property line, where 60 feet is required, at 209 Route 101; and second, to construct a structure 18.9 feet from a wetland where 50 feet is required, also at 209 Route 101.

From left, Bruce Dawson, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, Carole Soule, and Sen. Jeanne Shaheen at Miles Smith Farm in Loudon Tuesday.

0 $127k grant gives Loudon meat business a boost

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Rail rehab proposed for 42 miles of track

The project — which will be paid for by a combination of federal, state and railroad company funds — will expand the line by 0.7 miles in Ossipee

Elliot Anderson, 9, of Hampton rides a wave during a surfing competition at Surf's Up, Nashua's new indoor surfing adventure site.

Riding the indoor surfing wave

Surf's Up surfing contest showcases Nashua's new indoor adventure sport.

Kathi Lewis sorts through stacks of donated baby clothing in the loft of her Hollis townhouse Monday afternoon. Lewis’ Stork Project has donated more than 3,080 clothing bundles to needy newborns during the past seven years. 
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Stork Project labor of love for Hollis woman

Over the past 7 years, Kathi Lewis' "Stork Project" has provided several thousand bundles of baby clothes for families in need. Right now, the need for gently-used bassinets and baby bedding is at an all-time high.

Bedford scientist Paul Hoff shows the latest laser component he is working on in his Nashua laboratory.

Bedford scientist a laser pioneer

Although the space race between the United States and Soviet Union concluded when Americans put men on the moon in 1969, it didn't end the scientific rivalry between the Cold War adversaries.

John Harrigan's Woods, Water & Wildlife: Dog days and hunter's moon

THERE IS this camp in a more or less sylvan glade along a more or less untraveled road. There are few of these left, by the way.

New Hampshire preview of events beginning Aug. 17

Calendar of events throughout New Hampshire, beginning on Aug. 17

Stacey Cole's Nature Talks: Owlish behavior

BARRED OWLS are perhaps the most commonly seen owls in New England. Along with the great horned owl, these two species are the largest of our native owls.

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