With all those extra hours of sleep gained since turning the clocks back last week, perhaps you’re feeling extra rested and raring to go for a hike.
On June 3, 2017, Alex Honnold made climbing history when he successfully climbed the 3,200-foot sheer granite face of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. By himself. Without a rope.
After a brief warmup early this week, the temperatures dropped, and snowguns fired up around the state. Ready or not, ski season is coming, and there are a slew of changes — big and little — at resorts across New Hampshire waiting for skiers and snowboarders this season.
LANCASTER — Calling it an act that even poachers would abhor, the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who shot, killed and abandoned a moose in Stratford last month.
For some of us, “fall back” means an extra hour of sleep to savor. Those of us who rise early are grateful for a little more daylight in the morning. Daylight Saving Time is also a reminder that winter marches closer.
MANCHESTER — Police are warning residents about numerous road closures and detours associated with the 12th annual Manchester City Marathon that will be in effect on Sunday morning.
On a recent Saturday afternoon, I was gifted with a little “spare” time which I chose to use to take a leisurely walk at my favorite place in the world, a little beach in Maine called Sea Point. This beach was a focal point of my pre-adult years. While it does bring back great memories — fro…
It’s deer season, when nearly two thirds of all animal collisions with vehicles happen in Midwestern states such as Iowa, Wisconsin and Michigan. West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Montana have equally high rates of animal collisions from September through November, according to a study by Farm…
It won't last much longer! The open water fishing on Great Bay, Little Bay and the Piscataqua River should be prime time right now to be able to catch a bunch of "eatable-sized" stripers, pollock and flounder, as well as a few other saltwater species that will soon be draining out of the war…
NEWINGTON — Work being done to help protect animals and birds living at Great Bay National Wildlife Refuge has been lauded by officials and preservationists.