Fewer traffic jams are expected at the Hooksett toll plaza with the opening of Open Road Tolling (ORT) lanes for E-ZPass holders.
CONCORD - In what a key lawmaker called "retribution" for casino gambling being killed by the House, the state Senate Thursday killed the House-passed 67 percent hike in the state's gasoline tax.
The Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications is offering a workshop on creating effective newsletters.
With a huge spring that included sold out shows from YES, Sevendust, Steel Panther, and ZZ Top, the Ballroom hit the ground running in 2013 and is showing no signs of slowing down. For the first time ever, fans were given the opportunity to purchase tickets before the first of the year thanks to some early bookings with marquee acts, and the additions to the schedule have been pouring in ever since.
As the spring "season" winds down, the summer "season" is ramping up with something for everyone. Fans of classic rock will enjoy Foreigner, Styx, Steve Miller Band, the Doobie Brothers, and Cheap Trick. For those who dig R&B and soul, John Hiatt, BB King, Lyle Lovett,...
CONCORD – The Senate Finance Committee Wednesday night voted 4-2 to reject Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act and instead establish a commission to study the potential impact on the state.
Cumberland Farms in Goffstown was robbed by a pipe-wielding man Tuesday night who also held up a customer, police said.
With Memorial Day Weekend upon us we are now entering the "unofficial" start to summer. With all the indoor and outdoor activities happening now, there is sure to be something for everyone to enjoy. Start with our list of the Top 10 Things to Do in New Hampshire this weekend.
Growing up in the deep South, James Cotton never missed his favorite Saturday morning radio show, tuning into 'King Biscuit Time' to hear blues tunes of the legendary Sonny Boy Williamson II.
As the Granite State commemorates those who died in service to the country, Strawbery Banke Museum, a 10-acre campus representing several hundred years of history in Portsmouth, pays tribute to members of the military and their families and veterans with free admission through Oct. 31, including Memorial Day on Monday, May 27.
Newmont Military Band, featuring nearly two dozen members from New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Vermont, will play at the Town Hall on Depot Hill Road, in Henniker, following a Memorial Day parade and commemorations Monday, May 27.
In a program Thursday, May 23, at Red Rivers Theatres, Shaheen & Gordon attorneys Steve Gordon and Bill Christie will recount their experiences as trial lawyers in the Whitey Bulger case, which centers on the FBI informant accused of murdering 19 people and set to go back on trial in June.
With the news back in February of the discovery of King Richard III bones under a parking lot in England, Seven Stages Shakespeare Company saw a golden opportunity — an encore, site-specific ShakesBEERience reading of 'Richard III' in a parking lot.
More than 300 dancers from Monadnock Region schools will join professional vocalists and an orchestra directed by Boston conducter and composer Peter Mansfield in a 7:30 p.m. production this weekend at Keene State College's Redfern Arts Center on Brickyard Pond in Keene.
Some Dartmouth College students went home, some went to the beach, and some spent their 2013 spring break on the Hanover campus in'“Mahler boot camp.'
It's the weekend people set aside for planting, parades and personal reflections of those who helped pave the way for Americans' freedom to pursue such pastimes.
In the next few days, Memorial Day programs across the state will commemorate members of the military who gave their lives for their country, while making new memories with family and friends.
Memorial Day weekend signals the start of the summer season in Waterville Valley, with the annual youth fishing derby, an outdoor concert and the 24th annual Chowderfest & Brews celebration planned
Marking the arrival of a new season, the Lilac Festival blooms at Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion on Saturday, May 25, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
A traditional film festival screens a diverse slate of movies over the course of several days, but Laugh Out Loud Short Film Fest founder Joe Edick decided to turn the idea on its head to attract a specific group of cinema fans.
Once among the most popular collectable objects in America, posters have been a reflection of social changes and pop-culture trends over the generations.
Since the '60s when William Shatner first boldly went where no actor had gone before, TV spin-offs and big-screen adventures have beamed the starship Enterprise into pop-culture history, with its phasers firmly set on stun.
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- 0 Manchester Community College graduates told ‘speak your minds’
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- 0 Nurse said Exeter Hospital is making her a ‘scapegoat’ in hepatitis case
- 1 Derry council defends officials' purchases
- 0 Nashua librarian reports E-books flying off virtual shelves
- 0 License revocations for DWI announced
- 3 Nashua police seek federal reimbursement for helping capture Boston bombing suspect
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- 1 Economists: Better times ahead for New Hampshire
- 0 Manchester murder case remains 'active'
- 1 Colby-Sawyer lays off 16 staff workers to balance budget
- 0 No ‘official’ Winni Derby big carch winner announced yet
- 0 Manchester man gets federal prison time for mail fraud
- 1 Manchester aldermen to once again review cellphone policy
- 1 Dunbarton neighbors cry foul over proposed chicken barn
- 0 White Mountains school board expands preschool
- 0 Meredith’s damaged docks expected to be repaired before holiday weekend
- 1 Franklin school board says sanction worries led to coach's firing
- 0 Salem board votes to hire assistant town manager
- 0 Salem town manager defends contract for Town Hall work
- 0 Windham officials proceed with caution on traffic light debate
- 0 Derry council chairman says time for order at meetings
- 0 Hooksett school board workshop cancelled after two members leave
- 0 Livingston Park track repairs approved in Manchester
- 0 Goffstown board sticks with decision to switch library with classroom
- 0 Milford team wins seatbelt challenge
- 1 Manchester city vehicle repair shop needs money, aldermen told
- 2 Pease chosen to receive refeuling tanker
- 3 Epping boy wondering 'Where's the beef' after his new calf runs away
- 6 Duo allegedly chased off by Windham neighbor with broom indicted over break-in
- 1 Activist resident launches alternative UNH logo search
- 0 Plea deal expected for man who tried to take officer's gun
- 0 Loeb School offers workshop on producing newsletters
- Should adultery remain a crime under U.S. military law?
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