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April 13. 2013 2:14PM

NH Guardsman honored for 'shadow marathon' in Iraq

BOSTON (AP) - Lt. Col. Rodney Freeman was training for the 2005 Boston Marathon when his New Hampshire Army National Guard unit shipped out to Iraq. Goodbye, Heartbreak Hill. Hello, Ziggurat of Ur.

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Rare Ford GT40 worth millions under restoration in NH

The car is being restored by New Hampshire-based Rare Drive Inc., a shop that specializes in high-end vintage restorations.

New Hampshire legislator files bill to fire public officials that violate state's sovereignty

'The people of this state have the sole and exclusive right of governing themselves as a free, sovereign, and independent state; and do, and forever hereafter shall, exercise and enjoy every power, jurisdiction, and right, pertaining thereto, which is not, or may not hereafter be, by them expressly delegated to the United States of America in congress assembled.'

Facebook outage was an extremely very rare event says Dyn

'Facebook is one of the most elaborate and robust corporate networks in the world, it’s not every day that you see a piece of their network go down, even briefly,' said Doug Madory, director of Internet analysis for Dyn, a New Hampshire Internet performance company.

What's the most romantic restaurant in NH?

Ristorante Massimo in Portsmouth only Granite State restuarant to make Open Table's 100 most romantic resaurants in America.

Viral video of NH puppy sliding on ice makes DailyMail.co.uk

In the slow motion video, Quinn springs across a patch of ice as he begins to lose balance and starts sliding down the street.

Man arrested for robbing elderly woman at Wofeboro robbery ATM caught shooting heroin in parking lot

WOLFEBORO — Police have arrested a former local man who allegedly robbed an elderly woman of cash and other property after she made a withdrawal from an Chase Bank ATM on December 24.

Shaheen reintroduces bill to extend military entitlements to gay spouses regardless of state

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen has reintroduced legislation to extend veterans benefits to same-sex couples and their families regardless of where they live.

The Hill: Guinta proposes 'duplication score' for legislation

Rep. Frank Guinta (R-N.H.) introduced a measure to require the Congressional Research Service to verify whether a proposed bill would duplicate existing government programs.

Dartmouth president to announce reforms Thursday

Hanover — Dartmouth College President Phil Hanlon on Thursday is scheduled to announce a number of reforms intended to curb high-risk behavior, increase diversity and improve academics at the college, the results of an nine-month study he commissioned last April.

Cranmore Mountain Mamas to wear purple on race day in honor of Jody Buzzell, murder-suicide victim

Mountain Mamas said they plan to wear purple ribbons and purple clothing at Wednesday's Cranmore Mountain Meisters in honor of their slain friend to show a sign of support for those who stand up to domestic violence and to 'celebrate the amazing woman that Jody is to them.'

Coyotes howling in Dover's south end draws attention

DOVER — One or more packs of coyotes has been reported in the city's south end, raising concerns about the safety for livestock and family pets.

Annual 24-hour homeless count taking place in New Hampshire

The Bureau of Homeless and Housing Services in New Hampshire's Health Department is holding a count to identify the number of homeless people...

N.H., Vt. merger creates real estate powerhouse

A New London-based real estate firm has merged with a Vermont-based agency and made another move that forms what they say is the largest real estate company in northern New England.

Fulfilling Hayashi’s dream: Partnerships makes conservation possible

The Hayashi property wasn’t the only coup for the Harris Center this year. The conservation organization also finalized the purchase of land once part of Camp Chenoa.

HuffPo: It's time to take Sarah Silverman's acting career very seriously

Sarah Silverman is one of the most successful stand-up comedians working today, but it's her role as a drug-addled, depressed mother in 'I Smile Back' that proves she's more than just funny jokes: she's also an amazing actor.

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