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From left, Sarah Cadorette of Tilton, April Gauthier of Northfield, and 2-year-old Brayden Chase of Tilton protest Market Basket management outside the Tilton store Wednesday morning.
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Large protest at Tilton Market Basket; Delivery truck left unloaded

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Mike LeClair is known for speaking his mind to his employees, and he did so Tuesday night in a Facebook post, as he invited his Market Basket employees to a large protest outside Store 59 on Route 3.

Potential deal between ex-LGC subsidiaries, regulators

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Former subsidiaries of the New Hampshire Local Government Center may have reached an agreement with state regulators that would forgo a hearing to decide whether the public insurance administrators keep their quasi-government, tax-free status.

Seabrook fires two officers for Bergeron brutality; Third officer suspended, lieutenant demoted

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Town authorities announced Wednesday afternoon that police officers Mark Richardson and Adam Laurent have been fired for their brutal actions following the November 2009 arrest of Michael Bergeron, then 19.

Soldiers who helped injured driver, child in Manchester highway crash say they learned valuable lessons

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Two soldiers, among about a half-dozen motorists who stopped Tuesday afternoon to try and help an injured driver and her young daughter, say the crash has taught them some valuable lessons.

Abby's home, but answers aren't as police ask public for help

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Law enforcement authorities made an appeal to the public late Tuesday afternoon, asking anyone who saw Abigail Hernandez on the evening of her return home – Sunday night – to contact them.

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Our Gourmet: A funky take on an old-world pub at Harlow's in Peterborough

Harlow's Pub in downtown Peterborough is much more than just a bar with food.

A fine California white with Texas roots

It’s one of those weeks again — one of those weeks when I come across a very good wine that deserves a column all to itself, thanks to the California’s Truchard family, which has been growing and making wine for some time in the Napa Valley.


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UPDATED: House Speaker joins petition drive backing Market Basket workers

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House Speaker Terie Norelli has joined more than 55 legislators in signing a petition urging people to boycott Market Basket and stating the company’s board and officers are “motivated by corporate greed.”

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Joseph Blood, 14, of Jaffrey, Isaiah Hill, 15, of Rindge, Robert Papa, 14, of Rindge and Timothy Moreau, 15, of Jaffrey play drums during QUEST summer camp at Franklin Pierce University Tuesday afternoon.

QUEST summer camps moving to new communities

QUEST, a free summer camp for middle school children started by Jaffrey and Rindge Rotarians, is slowly spreading from its start at Franklin Pierce University four years ago to other communities.

Joe Blajda, left, Kathy Murby and Mike Becker of the band Smoked Kielbasa peform at the Art on the Wall at City Hall watercolor painting show part of the Open Doors Art and Cultural Trolly Tour in Manchester in 2008.

Open Doors Manchester offers look at city's art, culture

You can experience downtown by trolley Thursday with Open Doors Manchester. The event happens several times a year and includes free access to some of the Queen City's arts and cultural venues.

Wallis Sands State Beach is perfect for young kids to enjoy their boogie boards.

Four NH state parks celebrate 50th anniversary

In 1964, Clough State Park in Weare; Greenfield State Park in Greenfield; Wallis Sands State Beach in Rye and Mount Washington State Park in Sargents Purchase were preserved forever.

Swing band to perform Sunday at Manchester bandstand

The Friends of Stark Park welcome the New Legacy Swing Band at the bandstand Sunday at 2 p.m. at the park on River Road.

Derry resident Rich DiSalvo and his family are ready for the second stage of the Tour to Endure, his ongoing fundraiser for Autism Speaks. From left are Sue DiSalvo, Rich's wife; DiSalvo with daughter Jennifer; daughter Christina; and son James.

Derry cyclist makes cause a family affair

Rich DiSalvo is prepared to pedal all the way from Maine to Florida in the second part of the three-year fundraising effort for people with autism dubbed the "Tour to Endure."

Pelham resident David Silva and his daughter, Shayna, are the organizers behind the Pelham PMC Kids Ride: one of only two such events in the entire state. Registration is now open for the fundraising event, which will take place Sept.6.

Pelham family supports Pan-Mass cause

Pelham's David Silva and daughter, Shayna, are organizing the area's only Pan Mass Challenge Kids Ride, a child-sized version of the lengthy bike race to benefit cancer care and cancer research.

Deerfield Heritage Commission offers glimpse into town's storied history

For the fourth time this year, Deerfield officials are partnering with the New Hampshire Humanities Council to host a program aimed at educating locals to the rich arts and history within the Granite State.

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