In this weekend's Sunday News
In a class of his own
Surgeons are sometimes considered a special breed in the world of medicine, but in New Hampshire, some are more special than others. We'll tell you the story of a doctor who has virtually no peers in the Granite State, for good or ill.
High-stakes battle with a bank
A Rindge couple is taking on a big bank in what appears to be a New Hampshire example of a national problem. In a lawsuit, the homeowners say the bank used mortgage payments to cover costs of property insurance the bank forced upon them unnecessarily. Now the homeowners, who also have a small business, say they are on the brink of financial ruin. We'll give you the details. In Business
Special section: Time to 'Enjoy New England'
From lighthouse tours to garlic festivals, folk concerts and a massive Renaissance fair, New England at the end of summer and beginning of fall offers no shortage of family entertainment to keep everyone happy. Our Enjoy New England guide published in this weekend's New Hampshire Sunday News will have previews of many top events, including the Big E in Springfield, Mass., called the biggest fair in the Northeast. We also feature special pages dedicated to the fall hunting season in New Hampshire.
Parade magazine: A conversation with the Romneys
As the Republican convention gets under way, the candidate and his wife answer reader questions and reflect on the campaign, the controversies and the challenges ahead. Also this weekend, summer's winding down, but there's still plenty of time left to fire up the grill. Learn how to skewer kebabs like a pro.
Find the Checkered Flag!
If you're enjoying our Find the Baseballs contest each week in the New Hampshire Sunday News, you'll love this announcement. For three weeks beginning this Sunday, we'll place checkered flags — like the one shown here — randomly throughout the pages of your Sunday paper. Find all the flags and submit your tally using our print or online entry form, and you could win. There will be two prizes each week. The first grand-prize winner will receive two tickets to the Sylvania 300 NASCAR race on Sunday, Sept. 23. The second winner each week will receive two tickets to the Short Track Saturday slate of races on Sept. 22. Contest rules will be identical to those for the Find the Baseballs contest.
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