In this weekend's Sunday News
Best of the best in NH sports
The Union Leader will present its All-State teams in boys' soccer, girls' soccer, field hockey, volleyball, boys' cross country, girls' cross country and football in the upcoming New Hampshire Sunday News.
Numbers of concern?
There were more fatal auto accidents in New Hampshire this year. We break down the statistics and sort through some of the reasons for the tragic numbers.
Jobless, with little hope on the side
Unemployment among 18- to 25-year-olds nationwide is officially at 10.5 percent, not including the people who are simply not looking for jobs anymore. The situation offers little hope for the Millennial Generation, according to generationopportunity.com. We'll take a look at the picture in New Hampshire.
Sy Mahfuz is a small businessman of the old school. The owner of Persian Rug Gallery in Nashua, who operates the business his father founded in 1953, believes business is just as much about civic involvement as it is about marketing and sales. Mahfuz reflects on his family's business and the community work that drives his passion.
READER COMMENTS: 1
- Voter restrictions: Who will govern us? - 26
- School board papers: Beaudry gets left behind - 1
- Data overreach Are programs really justified? The weak case for PRISM. - 11
- A Medicaid reduction? That is not likely - 8
- Border security? Maybe, some day, perhaps. Or not - 35
- Priority profs: University system tops HHS - 5
- Recognizing father: Not PC, but still OK - 1
- Closing Hanover St.: Not a 'free market' move - 6
- Step into the past: Discover old NH this weekend - 0
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- Santos drives in three as Curve beat Fisher Cats in 10 - 0
- Large billboards grabbing attention on Route 101 in Epping - 1
- Pearl Street lot proposal involves student housing in Manchester - 0
- Manchester VFW posts fights to survive without poker cash - 0
- Surveillance led NSA to 50 terror 'events' - 0
- One arrested as Concord gun-control rally gets rowdy - 13
- Celtics, Clippers call off Doc deal - 0
- High school football is in the air as CHad practice opens - 0
- Agencies to offer summer food service to Derry children in need - 0
Voter restrictions: Who will govern us?
Nashua couple's deaths called suspicious
Mother of drowned baby gets prison time