"One of the most important things to me at this point is the survivor - giving them space and room," Elizabeth Smart's father told the New Hampshire Sunday News. "Certainly, with the information that has come out, what she went through was very horrific and difficult."
While tugboats provide a postcard backdrop for tourists, a working waterfront where heavy industry prevails despite the gentrification that surrounds it.
A group of inmates at the State Prison for Women are making Christmas a little brighter for local families - and for themselves - by donating gifts they've made by hand.
WE'VE LIVED ON and utilized Great Bay for our outdoor recreation and source of great food for about half a century and have never thought that some of these things we cherished could come to a screeching halt. But we are not happy to pass the word: that was then and this is now and things have changed for the worse.
In 1964, Arthur Deleault was one of the burger makers at the South Willow Street McDonald's. Back in the day, when the then-Manchester High School West student wasn't manning the grill flipping patties, he was enjoying the fruits (or meat, as it were) of his labors, which went for 15 cents a burger.
Happy shortest day of the year!
That sounds a lot better than moping about the longest winter night, doesn't it?
U.S. Air National Guard Airmen 1st Class Jake M. Bumbaca and Benjamin T. Loll graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
With the start of a new year comes different leadership at the Nashua Police Department when a new police chief begins Jan. 1.