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Learn about Kayak Fishing at Free Outdoor Adventure Talk April 23

Learn how to enhance your kayaking experience with the fun of fishing! Shawn Roche, a kayak instructor for the Mountain Road Trading Post in Raymond, N.H., will demystify kayak fishing at a free outdoor adventure talk at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April...

Date: Apr 19, 2014 | Category: Press Releases

The Zombies' Colin Blunstone Plays Tupelo Music Hall on May 8

"Anything sung by Colin Blunstone -- lead singer of the UK's pioneering Zombies—is generally worth hearing and this new release, absolutely is as well.

Date: Apr 19, 2014 | Category: Press Releases

The Standells announce 2014 spring tour dates - to play the Brick House in Dover May 7

The Standells are excited to announce the kick-off of their much-anticipated Tour spanning 18 cities across The United States.

Date: Apr 19, 2014 | Category: Press Releases

Daniel Scott King

Daniel Scott King

The U.S. Marshals Service District of New Hampshire/Joint Fugitive Task Force has named Daniel Scott King as New Hampshire’s fugitive of the week.

Date: Apr 19, 2014 | Category: Fugitive of the Week

Marathon 'hams' took on vital role after Marathon bombings

Marathon 'hams' took on vital role after Marathon bombings

Manchester native Harrison Williams, now a junior at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, was at his ham radio command post in Brookline on April 15 of last year, coordinating the “Bus Net” system for the Boston Marathon, when two explosions...

Date: Apr 19, 2014 | Category: Boston Marathon Bombing

John Habib's City Sports: Locals set for Boston

Emotions will be at the forefront for many of the Manchester runners planning to compete in the 118th Boston Marathon on Patriots’ Day.

Date: Apr 19, 2014 | Category: Sports Columns

P-Bruins in fight to finish

P-Bruins in fight to finish

The Manchester Monarchs close the regular season tonight at Providence at 7:05 in what could be a playoff preview.

Date: Apr 18, 2014 | Category: Monarchs

Roger Brown's Diamond Notes: Central the early surprise in baseball ranks

The top storyline in Division I baseball so far? It has to be Manchester Central, which is off to a 2-0 start after finishing 4-14 and missing the Division I tournament last season.

Date: Apr 18, 2014 | Category: High School Sports

Real Estate Corner: Tips for springtime organization

Real Estate Corner: Tips for springtime organization

Step outside and take a deep breath. Could it be spring in the air after what seems like a very long winter?

Date: Apr 18, 2014 | Category: Real Estate

Judge says Fitzwilliam officials can't regulate mining in their town

FITZWILLIAM - Will a Rindge businessman be allowed to reopen a long-dormant quarry in the heart of Fitzwilliam's residential district?

Date: Apr 18, 2014 | Category: NH Angle

Judge orders bail reduced for woman accused of killing Keene bicyclist

A judge has ordered bail reduced to $10,000 cash in the case against a woman accused of killing a Keene restaurant owner in a hit-and-run crash in November.

Date: Apr 18, 2014 | Category: NH Angle

Laconia puts 2 additional cops on weekend patrol to focus on enforcing drug laws

LACONIA - Police said yesterday at a monthly Police Commissioner meeting they will be using some of their overtime budget to increase patrols on summer weekends to try and stem the tide of drugs use and sales within the city.

Date: Apr 18, 2014 | Category: NH Angle

$250K federal handout aims to spur more to heat with wood

According to prices from the week of April 7 - reported on the website of the New Hampshire Office of Energy and Planning - it costs $14.71 and $15.15 per million BTU to heat with wood pellets and wood cord, respectively, compared with $27.45 for...

Date: Apr 18, 2014 | Category: NH Angle

Troy to fight dismissal of lawsuit it brought against Monadnock district

Troy officials filed their lawsuit in December, asking a judge to overturn the funding formula used by Monadnock's member towns to determine how much they owe the school district.

Date: Apr 18, 2014 | Category: NH Angle

Court: Brookline must bargain with union with less than 10 members

On appeal, the Town argues that the PELRB erred by ruling that the Town had a duty to bargain with the Union even though the bargaining unit in question, originally certified in 2001, currently contains fewer than ten employees.

Date: Apr 18, 2014 | Category: NH Angle

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