In this weekend's NH Sunday News
Youngsters born without all of their limbs have to overcome challenges both physical and emotional. It can be difficult, for both the youngsters and their parents, but the New Hampshire children we spoke with have found ways to overcome many hurdles, in part by just being with each other. Look for this uplifting story.
The stock market has hit sudden turbulence, and some analysts worry the impressive gains achieved early this year are in danger. The possibility that the squabbling in Washington will affect the economy is only adding to the hand wringing. A look at the best moves right now for investors.
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- Memorial boys take city track meet for 10th straight year - 0
- NHIAA Baseball: Pinkerton beats Trinity in key game - 0
- Kevin Gray's H.S. Lacrosse: It's not easy facing West - 0
- NHIAA Roundup: Trinity's Currier stops Nashua North - 0
- Campbell nine edges Hopkinton - 0
- Goffstown boys, Hollis/Brookline girls post baseball, softball wins - 0
- NHIAA Roundup: Derryfield wins Division III lacrosse showdown - 0
- Roger Brown's Diamond Notes: North’s win streak just keeps growing - 0
- John Habib's Track & Field: 'If Coby can do it, so can I' - 1
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- Three Fisher Cat hurlers combine to pitch shutout - 0
- Investigators seek cause of Conn. train crash - 0
- Ortiz knocks in six in Red Sox win - 0
- Lakes Region, Great Bay CC hold commencement ceremonies - 0
- UNH Law School grads told to 'serve justice' - 0
- Berlin man dies while kayaking - 0
- Man seriously hurt in North Country crash of 1967 Porsche - 0
- Stonyfield founder tells FPU grads to ask, 'Why not?' - 0
- NH troopers help Boston victims - 0
Lebanon College graduates 19
UNH Law School grads told to 'serve justice'
Win tickets to see the Rolling Stones!
Mass. men arrested on drugs, weapons charges