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GILLES BISSONNETTE
You should not have to be a New Hampshire resident to vote here.
JOHN STOSSEL
Obamacare includes a rule called the Physician Payment Sunshine Act. It orders companies that make medical products to disclose even bagels they serve doctors and anything valued above $10.
EDITORIAL
The Clintons try to intimidate the media, and it's only 2014.
CHARLES LANE
Soon, all federal revenue will be committed and we'll have to borrow for discretionary spending.
EDITORIAL
Why is UNH hiring bad professors solely because of their race?
EDITORIAL
We use the term "hero" too loosely these days.
MARK HAYWARD
We in the news business see so much insincerity. So I felt a little weird this week when I walked the Elm Street sidewalk in front of Market Basket and spoke to workers. Sincerity thrives here.
EDITORIAL
The NFL goes too lightly on Ray Rice.
GEORGE WILL
The GOP awaits a foreign policy leader.
JONAH GOLDBERG
Democrats sure love to talk about impeachment.
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0 Rochester gunmaker launches new gun for six-year-old children

0 Portsmouth Market Basket clerk feeds info via Twitter

0 Church overcomes theft of rainbow flags: Flags, garlands, banners, prayers sent from all over the world

0 Decade old corpses found in Providence funeral home of mortician found hung in N.H. campground

0 Vermont, New Hampshire top melanoma charts

0 Shaheen bill would end co-pay for abortion pills, other contraceptives for non-active duty servicewomen, military dependents

0 Family of Paul Voisine says he didn’t jump in front of Downeaster

0 Portsmouth mother abandons injured teen son in street, flees with assailant as police approach

0 US Postal Service mum on alleged PTO embezzler continuing as post master

0 Chesterfield teacher resigns after parent complaint, investigation

0 Portsmouth Herald sports editor charged with having child sex abuse images

0 Ayotte introduces bill to curb sexual assaults on campus

0 Some NH veterans have spent months waiting for VA care

0 ‘Rich Kids of Beverly Hills’ reality star launches #ComingOutMatters campaign

0 UNH research rewrites Arctic history

0 Salem teen wins Blue Man Group drum-off

0 'Pumpkin Dome' highlights new attractions at annual Keene festival

0 Christie's young ally inside the New Hampshire GOP

0 New Hampshire’s Sam Fuld traded back to A's

0 Ruger’s newest striker-fired pistol for concealed-carry, the LC9

0 Boom in fossil fuel exports could be used to shift cost of growing U.S. government to other nations says Concord Monitor

0 Ending Federal Export Bank debate sparks concerns in N.H.

0 Carroll County officially retains firm to prepare, correct inaccurate books

0 Hearing postponed in civil suit against Dover School Board

0 Sales, income down for Ruger as demand slips

Ed Crawford, owner of Winnisquam Marine, and daughter Julie Crawford, who is a manager at the business, stand with their most popular boats — pontoon boats.

Marina dealers say boat sales are on the rise

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Weekend after weekend of beautiful weather is being credited in part with what marina owners statewide are calling a boom in boat sales this summer.

Kegan Morris of Plaistow, 12, pulls on a sail line Wednesday afternoon aboard the Lynx, a replica of a War of 1812 privateer.

Tall ships offering history at sea in Sail Portsmouth

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Thirty-six passengers enjoyed a Wednesday afternoon cruise on the Lynx, a replica of a War of 1812 privateer, as part of the 2014 Sail Portsmouth event that continues through Sunday.

Seminar series offers guidance for new business owners

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With a successful July seminar in Londonderry under their belt, the staff at the Greater Derry Londonderry Chamber of Commerce have found that bringing town officials and new business owners in the same room can be a winning combination. A second seminar will take place in Windham this month.

A crew from American Excavating works along a section of Rockingham Road Thursday.

Crews making progress on Derry's Rockingham Road

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Construction crews completed paving an 800 feet section of Rockingham Road Thursday as part of an ongoing Town water and sewer project.

Goffstown's Tyler Brace recently completed the New Hampshire Police Cadet Training Academy and plans to become a police officer.

NH police academy does more than introduce teens to police work

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Tyler Brace, who graduated from Goffstown High School in June wants to be a police officer and gained valuable experience at the Police Cadet Academy while in high school.

With Market Basket shelves bare, fresh produce from the Salem Farmers Market could be more popular than ever this weekend.

Salem Farmers Market organizers planning for big turnout

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The Salem Farmers Market is reliably one of the busiest and best attended in the state. But this Sunday's market looks like it could be the busiest it has ever seen.

Jason Stanley, owner of Divine Linen Rental in Londonderry (second from left) reacted moments after being presented with a new power washer from Infusionsoft staff Jared Foster, June Brockmeyer and Matt Peterson (all in orange) and Ralph Daniels of Daniels Equipment Company.

Londonderry business owner gets national contest surprise

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Times have been tough for Jason Stanley and his wife, Dee, a cancer survivor. But after being surprised with a national contest prize Thursday morning, things are definitely looking up for the owners of Divine Linen Rentals.

Keene police announce retirement of longtime officer, and new hires

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The Keene Police Department has announced the retirement of Officer William K. Sargent Thursday along and the hiring of two new probationary police officers and a full time dispatcher.

Developer Anagnost sues city over parking lot denial

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A dispute between the developer of the Elliot at River Edge's medical complex and the city Planning Board has spilled into the legal arena.

Franconia native Tyler Walker will be one of two paralympians who on Sunday will attempt an unassisted wheelchair ascent of the Mount Washington Auto Road.

Paralympians to make unassisted wheelchair ascent Sunday of Mount Washington Auto Road

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Tyler Walker usually goes down from mountain tops, but this Sunday, the Franconia native who is the first American man to win the world all-around sit-skiing championship, will go up the Mount Washington Auto Road – unassisted in a wheelchair – to benefit an organization that works with disabled athletes.

Chief Mike Sielicki of the Kensington Police Department retired from law enforcement Thursday.

Kensington police chief retiring after 26 years in law enforcement

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Mike Sielicki's cell phone rang repeatedly Thursday afternoon as the Kensington Police Department chief worked the final hours of a multi-decade career in small town New Hampshire law enforcement.

The Robert Frost Farm at 122 Rockingham Road.

Officials say Derry road project won't affect Frost Farm

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A town water and sewer project will come near the Robert Frost Farm but will not negatively impact the property the famed poet called home, according to officials.

Abigail Hernandez says she's a survivor, not a victim

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Abigail Hernandez sent a message Thursday to all of those watching her case unfold. "I do not want to be treated like a victim," she told the Union Leader. "I want to be treated as a survivor."

Some charges against former Nashua coach dismissed

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W. Michael Keegan is accused of repeated sexual attacks against a boy over a three-year period.

Workers repair damage to the Friendly's Ice Cream restaurant on South Willow Street Thursday afternoon.

Two men hurt as woman drives into Friendly's entrance

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The Friendly’s restaurant on South Willow Street closed abruptly Thursday afternoon when a vehicle crashed into the parking lot entrance of the restaurant, authorities said.

More details released in Nashua officer-involved shooting

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A county prosecutor is arguing that an eyewitness account of a police officer-involved shooting earlier this year does not contradict Officer Stephen Morrill’s rendition of the March 22 incident.

E. Allen Perry, 45, center, and his sons, Joshua, left, and Brian, right, have been freed on bail as their case on felony riot and other charges is pending in superior court.

Family charged in alleged Canobie Lake Park melee released on bail

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Three members of a Vermont family charged with riot for an alleged scuffle with police at Canobie Lake Park have been freed from jail nearly a month after their arrest in Salem.

Police are seeking answers after a lost Candia dog mysteriously returned home.

Rare dog returns home after missing for more than a week

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Just over a week after his disappearance, Hummer, a rare 11-month-old tri-colored male Bernese Mountain Dog, has returned to his Candia home.

Meriam Ibrahim welcomed to NH; family says U.S. is offering asylum

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Meriam Ibrahim arrived at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport on Thursday night, leaving Sudan, and her death sentence for refusing to renounce her Christian faith, behind. “Thank you so much,” her husband, Daniel Wani of Manchester, said to a horde of reporters while tears streamed down his cheeks. “I am so relieved.”

Keene man arraigned in chalking assault

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The Keene man charged with the June 3 Central Square chalking assault was arraigned in the 8th Circuit Court District Division Thursday.

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