Fluffy and furry, somewhat bewildered, and adorably cute, a newborn New Hampshire calf has provided lots of fodder for the animal rights debate. 11
The Croydon School Board's appeal regarding school choice has been stayed because of the pending state legislation that could render a lower court's ruling moot. 0
The Johnson Lane Automotive shop in Grafton was destroyed by a fire Thursday morning. 0
Lebanon Police Lt. Rich Smolenski is being commended for giving a penniless stranded motorist $20 for gas. 0
Lebanon police are asking for the public's help in locating four of five people they believe stole various items from Walmart last week. 0
A resident doctor at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center said he was “shocked, relieved, happy” when he was able to hug his Iranian wife Wednesday for the first time in nine months. 0
Claremont is taking bids from potential buyers for the empty former Junior Sports League building. 0
City councilors plan to discuss Wednesday naming the pedestrian bridge by the Claremont Visitors Center on North Street in honor of former City Manager Guy Santagate. 0
City councilors accepted a $10,000 state grant Wednesday and voted to use the grant money to study needed repairs to the city hall building. 0
Lebanon Police arrested four individuals after investigating possible drug activity on Maple Street in West Lebanon Thursday, officials said. 5
A battle over whether a fraternity house can still be used as a student residence after Dartmouth College derecognized the fraternity reached the New Hampshire Supreme Court on Thursday. 0
The Nashaway Woman's Club, which recently celebrated its 120th anniversary, will host the General Federation of Women's Clubs Merrimack South District meeting on Saturday, March 4. 0
Dartmouth Department of Theatre serves up a send-up of greed, political movements, love and musicals in a future where water is worth its weight in gold. 0
A dog was found in the debris of a Newport home that was destroyed by a fire Tuesday morning. 0
LEBANON — A local man was charged with receiving two stolen guitars, police said Tuesday.
Daniel R. Aremburg, 28, has been charged with receiving stolen property, a Class B... 0
Winter break for New Hampshire students begins this weekend so there will be plenty of family-centered activities at the ski areas, local libraries, and attractions throughout the state. Take some...
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