Extravaganza: The front foyer at Windham High School was the place to be Saturday...
Tree lighting: Hundreds of locals bundled up against the cold to ring in the season...
Holly Daze: 2013 New Hampshire Holiday Happenings, organized by date and town.
'Justice is Mind': The New Hampshire premiere of “Justice Is Mind,” a movie...
Rail trail: For the many supporters of the Londonderry Rail Trail project, the...
Something Sketchy: The Karl Drerup Art Gallery and Exhibitions Program at Plymouth State...
Namesake: What's in a name? If the name is Santa's Village, where scores of...
Light Sculpture: A large collection of nativity sets donated to the Shrine of Our Lady...
Pop Art: Art lovers and critics alike are rediscovering Robert Indiana as an...
Seeking OK: Lefty is a one-eyed, 14-year-old horse who needed a home. Mr. Maxx...
Thousands of chilly revelers crammed Main Street Saturday night to celebrate the start of the holiday season at the city's 20th annual Holiday Stroll.
The Wakefield Heritage Commission hosted a well-attended holiday open house on Sunday when members paid tribute to generations of families with deep roots to the Boston and Maine Railroad line that served the five villages of Wakefield.
Anyone looking for holiday decorating ideas will find oodles of inspiration at the 15th Wolfeboro Festival of Trees, which kicks off Thursday, Dec. 5, with a Preview Gala at the Wright Museum of World War II History.
After a day of turkey and a day of shopping, residents will bundle up Saturday to kick off the holiday season the only way the Gate City knows how — with its highly anticipated Winter Holiday Stroll.
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'A Christmas Carol” is more than a familiar sign of the holiday season; the Charles Dickens classic is a rite of passage for of sorts for members of the community theater world.
CONCORD — The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce's next Art Concord event will run from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at area galleries and venues.
CLEARING SNOW from the driveway is just part of life in the Granite State, but homeowners have to weigh the advantages and disadvantages of doing it themselves, or having the job done for them. The first question folks have to ask themselves before hiring someone to plow or investing in a tractor or a snow blower, is whether they want to be outside when the weather is frightful.
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I'D WRITTEN earlier about the changes in the waterfowl hunting due to regulations, that in my mind usher in a closed period of hunting when the population of waterfowl, at least on Great Bay, seems to be peaking.
WELL, HO, HO, HO, it's time for Harrigan's timeless and sometimes tiresome annual Christmas Gift Ideas List.
The Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Program celebrated its 25th anniversary last June 29.SECTIONS:
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Sam Adams' winter specials
A small school in Haiti has found a place in the hearts of the owner, employees and customers at the Pizza Top restaurant in Milford, and now money is being raised each month to ensure the students at the school have what they need to succeed.SECTIONS:
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The holiday spirit was in full force on Sunday as residents gathered to celebrate the season with Mr. and Mrs. Claus.UPCOMING EVENTS:
Until early November, Riley Wolf practiced with fellow dancers for their upcoming performances of "The Nutcracker." But the 15-year-old lost her battle with cancer the same weekend her dance troupe performed the Christmas classic at the Palace Theatre in Manchester.UPCOMING EVENTS:
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2013 Holiday Happenings