Sorrento, Maine, was Frank Jones' special project beginning in the late 1880s. He was the venture's key investor and its manager. The enterprise was a great success.READER COMMENTS: 0
A young Manchester duo is hiding cash in the downtown area this week to draw attention to their new startup and the Manchester Animal Shelter.READER COMMENTS: 0
Score last week: chicken: one; human: zero.READER COMMENTS: 1
THIS COLUMN is a copy of a report about the decline of the Great Bay natural resources that has happened over the span of my 76 years of living and loving Great Bay, to be read into the U.S.READER COMMENTS: 0
DON'T ASK a question unless you want an answer, and that's what happened with last week's question about why apple crops, both domestic and wild, are so spotty.READER COMMENTS: 0
FOR AS LONG as I can remember as a bird watcher (“twitcher,” if I was in England), the month of September has been known as “Hawk Month.”READER COMMENTS: 1
Science and its Frankenstein cousin — technology — are everywhere, and with that in mind, the SEE Science Center last year launched Science on Tap.READER COMMENTS: 4
What do the primary results mean?READER COMMENTS: 0
Frank Jones was a brilliant man of business and he was also a successful politician. He was twice elected mayor of Portsmouth, serving in 1868 and 1869.READER COMMENTS: 2
Tomorrow is primary day in New Hampshire. Only a minority of those who are eligible to vote will bother to do so. And that frustrates me.
Tomorrow is primary day in New Hampshire. Only a minority of those who are eligible to vote will bother to do so. And that frustrates me.READER COMMENTS: 0
Do not be surprised if you see Mr. T, a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, a gang of pirates, or some Ghost Busters wandering around downtown this weekend.