Healthy savings: The urban greenhouse next to New Horizons on Manchester Street has...
The Voice: Meet Josh Logan from 5 to 7 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 23, at British Beer...
Nutcracker in Nashua: Northern Ballet Theatre celebrates its 25th anniversary of performing...
Contemporary 'Carol': Charles Dickens' timeless classic tale “A Christmas...
Holly Daze: 2013 New Hampshire Holiday Happenings, organized by date and town.
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Candia coder: As part of Computer Science Education Week, every student for the...
Open: An upgrade in snowmaking allowed King Pine Ski Area to open for the...
Faces of Change: Photographer Becky Field set out to document the lives of...
Distribution Day : It's a hectic Wednesday — distribution day — at the...
The Hobo Railroad is preparing for the final Santa Express Train weekend of the year at 1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the Hobo Junction Station.
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.
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Meet Josh Logan from 5 to 7 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 23, at British Beer Company, 1071 South Willow St.
Pontine presents the Portland-based Peaks Island Puppets in “The Rudder Family Holiday Planner: A Celebration of the Jewish Holidays,” on Thursday, Dec. 26, at 4:30 p.m.
Veterinarians spent eight hours in surgery Saturday, trying to fix the four broken legs of Molly, a border collie hit by a snow plow in Manchester last week.
Hiking and biking are stretching the use of public lands. But cooperation between hunters and other users can help all enjoy the outdoors.
Union Leader columnist Stacey Cole has been writing a weekly nature column for more than 50 years. Now, for the first time, Granite Staters can read some of those essays in book form. "Stacey Cole's New Hampshire: A Lyrical Landscape," is now available at booksellers and on-line.
Each year, there seem to be fewer otter tracks indicating otters making the trek between pools and to ice shelves. Is this a sign of a diminishing otter population in the state/?SECTIONS:
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Going door-to-door singing Christmas carols has become a relic of Christmases past for many people. But in several Granite State communities, the tradition lives on.UPCOMING EVENTS:
A memorial service has been scheduled for the longtime director of operations at Cranmore Mountain.UPCOMING EVENTS:
Secret Santa shines on Freemont's needy
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