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April 15. 2013 9:53PM

Getting to 'Go' in exotic sports cars

Exotic Driving Experience is fulfilling the fantasies of car nuts by enabling them to drive or take thrill rides in exotic “supercars” at racetracks around the country.



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Warner dog may be one of the oldest living dogs in the U.S.

Williams believes that Muncie is the oldest living dog in New Hampshire, and possibly the country.

Police seek suspect who stole $1K in toys in Rochester

Police in Rochester, New Hampshire, are searching for a suspect who stole approximately $1,000 in toys from Walmart.

Walmart deal for bandages means jobs at Pease Tradeport

SALISBURY — A long-time local company will expand its manufacturing operations into New Hampshire after signing a contract with Walmart Stores, Inc., to supply its retail outlets across the country with healthcare bandages.

Record year for babies born at Dover hospital

DOVER — At the end of November, the maternity unit at Wentworth-Douglass Hospital's Women & Children's Center saw the number of births exceed last year's all-time record.

Fitzwilliam selectmen make move to block pipeline

FITZWILLIAM — Another Monadnock Region town took steps last week to block a proposed natural gas pipeline from coming through the area.

Rochester man accused of fabricating kidnap story

ROCHESTER — Police have arrested a city man accused of making a false report to police about being kidnapped. Steven Gilman, 22, of 30 Chestnut St., was arrested Wednesday in Dover on a bench warrant after failing to appear for trial on the false report to law enforcement charge, police said.

N.J. man indicted in fatal motorcyle crash in Maine that killed New Boston man

Timothy Daigle, 43, of New Boston, N.H. was driving west on Route 2 in Bethel when his motorcycle was struck by Thomas, who was attempting to making a turn and failed to yield, the report said. Daigle was pronounced dead at the scene.

Christmas tree shopping: Cost vs. convenience

WATERVILLE VALLEY, N.H.— Some U.S. consumers are going over the Internet or through the woods to find fresh Christmas trees this year, taking advantage of shopping options at opposite ends of the cost spectrum.

Dartmouth accepts 483 early decision students

The students were from a pool of nearly 1,900 early decision applicants, a total that was 10 percent higher than last year. Officials estimate that when they enroll in September, early decision students will comprise about 40 percent of the incoming class.

Northrop Grumman lands $21.6M contract for LCS mission packages

Work will be performed in Portsmouth, Virginia (44 percent); Huntsville, Alabama (31 percent); Bethpage, New York (22 percent);

NH gas turbine maker FlexEnergy rewarded for growth with investment

Flex is poised to complete another record year of sales in 2014, with unit growth of more than 150% over 2013, which is the second consecutive year of greater than 70% growth.

NH leads nation in TANSTAAFL, with Maine and Vt. close behind

At the bottom of the list was New Hampshire, where residents gave $US17.40 for every $US1,000 they earned. Its neighbours, Maine and Vermont, were the next lowest.

Seeking Shelter: Wes Follansbee is one of the city’s invisible homeless, couch surfing from place to place

Not every homeless person sleeps out in the cold or stands on the street corner. Being homeless can mean different things for different people.

New life for Victims, Inc. BINGO fundraising in East Rochester

EAST ROCHESTER — Victims, Inc., the private nonprofit agency that helps victims and their families in traumatic and tragic situations, has been facing a funding crunch with the recent closure of the VFW Post 1772 hall. It had held its Saturday night bingo fundraiser there every week since 2004, the year they moved their games from the Flanagan Center.

Seacoast family undertakes to preserve 1,100 acres

EPPING — The largest project undertaken by the Southeast Land Trust — the conservation of 1,100 acres owned by the Harvey Family of Epping — got a big boost last week: a $400,000 grant from LCHIP, the state’s program for natural, cultural, and historic preservation.


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