In this weekend's Sunday News
Parade: Taylor Swift talks
With her hit album, "Red,'' making her holidays bright, superstar Taylor Swift is looking at love - and fame - from both sides now. Also featured: Chilly temps and plunging humidity can mean a rough season for skin, but these simple swaps will keep you looking gorgeous all the way till spring.
A New Perspective
Look for a new feature in the New Hampshire Sunday News. It is a new way to learn a lot about New Hampshire news and information in a little time. New Hampshire Perspective takes our current Week in Review summary and turns it into a full page, highlighting top stories of the past week in state news, business, politics and sports, plus a look at what is next on the New Hampshire agenda. It won't be heavy reading, but it will give busy people (aren't we all?) a new way to stay caught up and informed about what is important in the Granite State.
Degree at a discount
Already well-known for its aggressive online strategy, Southern New Hampshire University is going to ramp it up a notch as of Jan. 1, when the innovative Manchester university launches College for America, offering an associate's degree for $5,000.
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- Two men hurt as woman drives into Friendly's entrance - 0
- Family charged in alleged Canobie Lake Park melee released on bail - 0
- Meriam Ibrahim welcomed to NH; family says U.S. is offering asylum - 1
- Christie supports Havenstein's gubernatorial bid at BAE - 0
- Shelters, pantries benefit from Market Basket donations - 0
- Market Basket employees and customers remain loyal to their former CEO - 0
- S&P 500 posts worst day since April - 0
- The Price is right for Detroit to deal in bid to match Oakland in arms race; Durham's Fuld heads to A's - 0
- Lacasse tops teammate for Red Red Ryan title - 0
Heroes all? A word cheapened by overuse
Mark Hayward's City Matters: Market Basket workers' outlook challenges the skeptics among us
Punch line: The NFL blows it
Havenstein says he has always opposed Obamacare, though company he led was paid to implement parts of it
George Will: A conservative internationalism