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UNH Prof.: Global warming requires flexible design strategies

“We've got to stop tying designers' hands,” said Kirshen. “Conventional civil engineering design can be more creative.”



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Tourism to Saint-Gaudens creates $2 million ...

That spending supported 30 jobs in the local area and had a cumulative benefit to the local economy of $2,688.700.

Wheelabrator site going back out to bid

CLAREMONT — Following complications with the initial winner at Wheelabrator Claremont Company, L.P.’s auction held on April 14, the facility will be open to bids until noon on April 30. Stuart B. Millner & Associates (SBMA) will be handling the bidding process.

Northern Pass cries 'foul' over opponents' new video

Officials from Northern Pass are complaining that opponents have used misleading elements in a new YouTube video about its plan to run power lines through Concord if the controversial project is approved.

Honeywell board member Judd Gregg exercises options, holds stock

Today , director at Honeywell Intl, Judd Gregg exercised options of Honeywell Intl for $0. The options were about to expired and Judd Gregg kept the stocks.

Wedding dresses with interactive flowers? Inside Dartmouth's digital arts exhibition

Next week Dartmouth College will showcase the work of its digital artists, from animators and game designers to those developing interactive pieces and even fashion.

Adam Sandler movie sparks debate over American Indian images

Hampshire,-based production company, Happy Madison Productions, didn't immediately return a phone message.

Netflix is defending the Adam Sandler movie that Native American actors say is racist

'We talked to the producers about our concerns,' another Native American Ridiculous Six actor, Allison Young, told the Washington Post.

Amesbury High School ring returned to owner 49 years after being lost in sand at Seabrook

They were playing football, tossing a baseball, jumping in the waves, and throwing one another in the water, when Toomey realized his Amesbury High School Class of 1967 ring was missing.

Berlin votes to waive soliciting bids for 'free' Bearcat

Police Chief Peter Morency told the council Monday night that the $274,000 grant has been approved by the state committee that oversees the distribution of the federal Homeland Security Funds.

Weirs Beach erosion study to be presented to City Council on Monday night

LACONIA — The recommendations of the Woods Hole Group for stemming the erosion and restoring the extent of Weirs Beach will be presented to the City Council when it meets Monday night.

Wildcat Mountain last ski area open in Granite State for ninth consecutive season

PINKHAM NOTCH — Wildcat Mountain is once again the last ski area in the Granite State to be offering lift-serviced skiing and riding for a ninth season in a row.

Swingin' into spring: North Country golf courses start to open

CONWAY — After a long winter, golfers are excited to get out on the local links and fairways.

Draft Bill O'Brien for U.S. Senate primary on Facebook

't is time to find someone to defend New Hampshire today not advocated from the failed Republican tactics from 20 years ago.'

Ayotte holds spotlight to 'Rube Goldberg' process Pentagon uses for procurement

But you still had to do a double take when Sen. Kelly Ayotte, a New Hampshire Republican, held up a document labeled

NH real estate is a seller's market

The median price for a single-family home in Rockingham County is $299,000.

No ride-sharing drivers have applied for a Nashua license

NASHUA - Nobody has applied for a city license to be a driver for the smartphone ride-booking service Uber, and no citations have occurred in … Full story

Concord Coach finds a new home in Idaho visitor center

In 1884, they ordered a stagecoach from Concord Coach, a company based in Concord, N.H. It was built almost entirely by hand.

On the Road with the Bitcoin Bus: The Bit Mom’s Journal (Part 3)

Our first day in New Hampshire we were treated to breakfast by our hosts Mike and MarMar Rogers.

100-year-old New Hampshire man gets honorary degree from Wentworth Institute of Technology

John Merrill also received an honorary degree, as part of his 50th class reunion. The Merrills had earned associate degrees 28 years apart.


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