On Wednesday, authorities determined that an Amherst mother was apparently shot to death by her 35-year-old son at their Meadow Lane home earlier this week.
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Besides her two children, Michelle Fabbrini's two greatest passions are yoga and wine. She combines the two in her new business, Zin-Zen Yoga – a combination of yoga studio, wine shop and boutique – opening today at 126 South River Road.
The city's 250th celebration heats up Saturday with a huge downtown celebration “Birthday in the Bricks,” which coincides with the Claremont Brewfest on the Visitors Center Green.
Speedway officials have been using promotional tools like 16-driver "pools" to reach out to more race fans and potential race fans. The sport, and the speedway, saw race attendances drop during the worst years of the recession.
The 2014 Run for the Fallen on Sunday paid tribute to New Hampshire heroes and their family members.
At Brookdale Fruit Farm, a new smartphone app is helping guests better navigate the U-Pick orchards- and have an easier time locating their favorite apple varieties.
Family man, volunteer firefighter and part-time police officer, John William “Pete” Trudelle sacrificed his life 51 years ago to avoid hitting a school bus.
The final touch on a renovation of the family gravesite at Stark Park was a wreath displaying the phrase Gen. John Stark coined decades after his heroics in the American Revolution that added to his already historic legacy.
Attention lads, lassies and all Caledonians at heart, the 39th annual New Hampshire Highland Games & Festival will soon be here and it will bring its own “mountain” to Loon Mountain Resort.