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KATIE MCQUAID
Remember Hypercolor T-shirts? I still have no idea how that mash-up of fashion and science worked, but it certainly made for some interesting dances at Hillside Middle School in the early 1990s.
AURORE EATON
Frank Jones of Portsmouth was the love of Delana Harrington Curtis' life — and he was captivated by her for more than 30 years.
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After ATV and snowmobile trails, let's turn to the rail trails.
PAT BUCHANAN
Hillary's history of foreign policy blunders.
DAVID HARSANYI
What is wrong with Burger King's move?
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0 Sarah Silverman @Joan_Rivers: 'You're being ridiculous'

0 Globe: Arthur T. says Market Basket will move forward with new store plans

0 Salon: UNH researchers question logic of criminalizing teen sexting

0 Hampstead's new assistant principal placed on leave

0 NH better than average in gender equality metrics

0 Mother Jones attacks Innis for ties to philanthropist who donated $25M to UNH

0 NH in top 10 for income growth, but only middle of the road in comparative wealth

0 Ex-Exeter coach faces trial for allegedly bilking $1M from widows

0 Everybody out: Manchester self-storage renters displaced by property developers

0 NH firm's sapphire screen for new iPhone may be $100 upgrade says analyst

0 Clarksville man killed in milk tanker rollover in Lunenburg, Vt.

0 Hudson family, classmates working to keep Alvirne soccer standout Raul Stedile in U.S.

0 Israel unrest moves meet for NH swim star

0 'The Hunt' features missing Whitefield women who disappeared with daughter

0 Portsmouth Herald joins Union Leader in endorsing Innis, Havenstein in GOP primaries

0 Center Conway man charged with rape of woman in Fryeburg, Maine

0 Candidatesí plans to cut taxes is wrongheaded says newspaper at epicenter of government spending in NH

0 .22 ammo shortage mystery -- solved!

0 Segway pegs hope for business in India on tech-savvy Modi

0 Will Bitcoin continue slide despite positive data?

0 Leftwing Concord Monitor says Rubens best choice to face Shaheen for Senate

0 State of the Unions: For Vt. and NH workers, good news and reasons for concern

0 Globe and Mail: UNH professor debunks ten flawed leadership gems

0 NH environmental officials to study erosion along Mascoma River

0 Locals reflect on shorter Hopkinton State Fair

Manchester police search for man who robbed West Side TD Bank branch

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TD Bank on South Main Street was robbed late Monday morning, police said.

Apple thefts a recurring problem for Londonderry orchards

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Several reports of alleged apple thefts at Moose Hill Orchards draw attention to a growing problem for local farmers.

Islamic State issues video of beheading of US hostage, SITE monitoring service says

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The Islamic State militant group released a video purporting to show the beheading of U.S. hostage Steven Sotloff, the SITE monitoring service reported on Tuesday.

Manchester apartment building fire deliberately set, police say

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Manchester police investigators believe a fire that damaged a Merrimack Street apartment building early Monday morning was the work of an arsonist.

Sam Asano's Let's Invent: Successful inventors solve problems

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There are currently, as well as in the future, so many problems, large and small, and all of them are shouting at you to solve them.

Know the Law: Know your rights when dealing with debt collectors

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I received a voicemail recently from someone who said he was calling from a debt collection agency. I don't believe that I am behind on any debt. What should I do?

Ask SCORE: Getting help with routine chores allows owners to focus on critical issues

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There are many responsibilities that come with being a small-business owner, and each is critical to maintaining profitability and promoting growth.

Aerosmith: Rock for the Rising Sun

Arena Concerts to rock the big screen at the Capitol Center

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If you feel like summer just passed you by and you missed all the big concerts either because they were too expensive or they just didn't fit your schedule, there is a way you can make it up.

As school year starts, talk of new testing begins in Manchester

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Gone is NECAP, the five-state New England Common Assessment Program that was given in October and created anxiety among school administrators. Welcome Smarter Balanced Assessment, which is designed by a 21-state consortium to test standards developed by Common Core.

Rosaly Bass moved to New Hampshire with her husband, Perkins, in 1973 and immediately started gardening.

Rosaly Bass' Peterborough kitchen garden grew to a certified organic 25-acre farm

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It starts with a plot of dirt and hope. For 77-year-old Rosaly Bass, that hope took her from a quarter-acre kitchen garden to a 25-acre career and two books.

GI Plastek President Dan Mills describes the recently completed expansion project at the injection molding plant in Bedford. The new warehouse area has 30-foot ceilings that can accommodate the cranes for larger injection molding presses.

GI Plastek to celebrate opening of new facility Bedford

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Federal, state and local elected officials, business leaders, customers, suppliers, company managers and staff are expected to attend an invitation-only grand reopening and reception at the newly expanded GI Plastek facility on Wickers Drive on Sept. 10.

The mind-set and tools you need to survive as a startup CEO

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Anyone in any job relies on a set of skills to complete their work. As a startup CEO, you must have a keen understanding of the assortment of skills you have — and don't have. Keeping that knowledge at the ready, and reevaluating your skillset frequently, is a key to success.

UPDATED: Two killed in North Hampton plane crash; victims identified

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A Cessna 180's smooth, full-throttle take-off from Hampton Airfield Monday morning went terribly awry when the plane suddenly sputtered and stalled, then crashed nose-first into the woods. The crash killed the pilot and a male passenger, authorities said.

DWI License Revocations

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The Director of Motor Vehicles, Richard C. Bailey Jr., released the following list of Driving While Intoxicated revocations noting that the actual date of revocation may have preceded this announcement.

A motorcyclist and his female passenger suffered serious injuries in Derry Monday when their motorcycle crossed into the opposite lane and they were thrown into the windshield and hood of an oncoming car.

Motorcyclist, passenger seriously hurt in Derry crash

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A motorcyclist and his female passenger suffered serious injuries in Derry on Monday when their motorcycle crossed into the opposite lane and they were thrown into the windshield and hood of an oncoming car.

I-93 driver clocked at 120 mph, charged with transporting drugs

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A 19-year-old Salem man is charged with driving a Mercedes at 120 mph on Interstate 93 Monday.

Marine Patrol called to multiple crashes

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The New Hampshire State Police Marine Patrol was called to two boating accidents on Saturday and received another call early Sunday about a boat at sea reported as overdue to the U.S. Coast Guard.

Motorcyclist suffers minor injuries in Saturday crash in Laconia

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On Saturday, Laconia police responded to an accident on Tower Street involving a vehicle and motorcycle. Lawrence T. Stanley, 55, of Newton, was traveling on Tower Street when his motorcycle was struck on the right side, and he was thrown from the bike, landing on his back.

18-year-old located with mother, brother on Mount Monadnock

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A team of NH Fish and Game Conservation officers, DRED Mountain Patrol Rangers, and several volunteers were called to rescue a hiker on Mount Monadnock on Saturday night.

Executive Council to consider raising dollar threshold for contracts

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The Executive Council meets Wednesday in Keene and one of the issues under discussion is the dollar threshold for state contracts.

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