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Suit claims NH 'unjustly enriching' itself at Hampton's expense
It asks a judge to address cost-sharing disputes that have been long-standing in Hampton - sidewalk maintenance of Ocean Boulevard, redistribution of rooms and meals tax dollars, parking revenue collected by the state and emergency services provided...
Date: Feb 16, 2018

New Hampshire Fish and Game launches new multimedia website
CONCORD, N.H. -- The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is pleased to announce the launch of New Hampshire's WildSide, your source for engaging web-based video segments about wildlife .
Date: Feb 16, 2018

Fishy future for Heritage NH: Interactive aquarium
A Story Land spokesperson confirmed this week that the site will be home to what will be known as Living Shores Aquarium.
Date: Feb 16, 2018

New England Historical Society: How to talk with a New Hampshire accent
The New Hampshire accent started with the English colonists who first arrived in North America. They brought with them speech patterns from Elizabethan London and part rural speech from Yorkshire and Lancashire.
Date: Feb 14, 2018

Stunning new vacation cottage on Ossipee Lake
Nestled in a peninsula on Ossipee Lake, New Hampshire, the Anker Jordan cottage is formed by two conjoined prisms that provide an elegant and singular resolution to a wide range of desires and concerns. Among these concerns are passive climate...
Date: Feb 13, 2018

Landing on Ice - The Alton Bay ice runway is now open
We're 100 feet above the grey-green ice of Lake Winnipesaukee in Bob Hirshfield's 50 year old Piper Cherokee - flying low because of unexpected turbulence - and because, according to Bob, it's more fun. Before taking...
Date: Feb 12, 2018

Rot watch: Spring scan could determine fate of giant Indian sculpture
LACONIA - The fate of a huge sculpture in Opechee Park - "Giant Indian: The Defiant One" - could be determined this spring when it is scanned to see how much rot there is inside.
Date: Feb 12, 2018

Startup getaway lures tourists to NH with Instagrammable cabins in the woods
Boston-based travel startup is looking to lure tourists to Southern New Hampshire with an outpost of trendy cabins in the woods.
Date: Feb 09, 2018

House weighs Democrat's bid to tax travelers extra $2 a night for lodging
Should New Hampshire municipalities be allowed to add a $2-a-day occupancy fee on hotel rooms to be used for capital projects or to promote tourism? Representatives of municipalities say yes. Representatives of hotels say no. Rep. Susan Almy,...
Date: Feb 07, 2018

Council adopts coral protection plan
Meeting in Portsmouth, N.H., the council adopted its Omnibus Deep-Sea Coral Amendment and voted to submit the document to the National Marine Fisheries Service for review and approval.
Date: Feb 06, 2018

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