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Union Street Market on Union Street in Manchester has had its business license restored  Tuesday after being closed by the city. 
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Second Manchester store pledges to stop selling spice

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MANCHESTER — A city store owner has said he will no longer sell synthetic marijuana, the...

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...

ISIS beheads NH journalist

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Foley, whose family lives in Rochester, had previously been held captive for 44 days in Libya in 2011.The video, titled “A...

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.

Panel to probe Portsmouth police officer’s windfall

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Residents applauded the prospect of an independent probe into police Sgt. Aaron Goodwin. But some residents and city officials...

Free speech or 'fowl' behavior: protester arrest receives criticism

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Last weekend's arrest of a state Republican Party staffer who sported a chicken costume and harassed U.S. Sen. Shaheen during the...

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.

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...

Screen grab from a video purporting to show New Hampshire photojournalist James Foley of Rochester being beheaded at the hands of ISIS.

BREAKING NEWS: Islamic State says it beheaded NH journalist

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The video, titled “A Message To America,” was posted on social media sites. It was not immediately possible to verify...

Police: N.H. GOP staffer in chicken suit arrested

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23-year-old Michael Zona, of Manchester, was dressed in a chicken suit when he began to interfere with the parade, reports the...

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Free speech or 'fowl' behavior: protester arrest receives criticism

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Last weekend's arrest of a state Republican Party staffer who sported a chicken costume and harassed U.S. Sen. Shaheen during the Old Home Day parade has many calling foul.

2nd District GOP candidates spar at FPU debate

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Republican candidates Jim Lawrence, Gary Lambert and Marilinda Garcia who are running to win the 2nd congressional district seat away from Congresswoman Annie Kuster hashed out the issues at the Monadnock Debates 2014 at Franklin Pierce University Tuesday night.

Rockingham County attorney candidates talk leadership at forum

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PORTSMOUTH — The five candidates for Rockingham County Attorney told an audience Tuesday night that they backed more drug programs for addicts and promised to be hands on prosecutors in the courtroom.

Salem town manager dispute still not settled

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The relationship between Selectman Stephen Campbell and Town Manager Keith Hickey has often been strained, at best.

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