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Obamacare proponents are angry at a court for making the Obama administration stick to the law, which says so much.
CHARLES ARLINGHAUS
On the importance of newspapers and good publishers.
THOMAS SOWELL
Immigration bordering on madness.
AURORE EATON
The Harrington-Smith Block (also called the Opera House Block) on Hanover Street in downtown Manchester was completed in January 1881.
JOHN DUMAIS
The public needs to know fact from fiction when thinking about genetically modified foods.
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When will NH tire of the way it is being treated by the advocates of bigger government, particularly Obamacare?
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Market Basket customer Doug Lyon of Milford said he's disappointed to see the shelves empty and hopes they can resolve it soon as he shopped on Monday afternoon.

0 The mystery of Market Basket's missing website and the lone NH shopper who filled the void

0 State forcing county jails to become makeshift mental health facilities

0 Though Mass. town feels burned, neighbors call NH fireworks company and its owner 'kind and generous'

0 Nashua South Superior Court officer, 72, fired, held on multiple sexual assault charges

0 The untold story behind serial killer Israel Keyes' jailhouse suicide

0 Portsmouth mayor tired of waiting for a response from Hassan regarding Sea-3 propane project

0 Separate civil case against Rymes Propane & Oil moves forward in state court for selling fuel too cheap

0 Feds estimate median income for a family of four in NH tops $97.5K

0 Claremont postmaster who stole from PTO - 'I had to feed my kids'

0 Peeping Tom in town? Hinsdale police chief calls community meeting

0 Bill Nemitz: Market Basket revolt a sign of fed-up times

0 RNC begins ‘robo calls’ vs. Shaheen, Reid

0 Former Gov. Benson endorses Guinta for Congress

0 Claremont investigates how tax eviction of property owner was mishandled

0 Judge denies Concord inmate’s request for new hate crime trial

0 BAE contract part of $496M effort to better protect troops from threats

0 UNH DNA analysis may help New England save remaining cottontails

0 Ken Burns ‘thrilled’ about $40M Central Park Five settlement

0 Gilford bookkeeper charged with stealing $60K from Vt. dentist

0 Former Derry man indicted on incest charges

0 3.9% raise for Dover teachers will be $1.1M bill for taxpayers

0 Nashua's Fayne moves from Devils to Oilers

0 Granite State Pro Stock Series to make debut at Lee Speedway

0 Salon: The GOP’s new holy land: How libertarianism is changing the face of the Republican Party

0 Lambert campaign reviewing questionable 2Q contributions

UPDATED: House Speaker joins petition drive backing Market Basket workers

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House Speaker Terie Norelli has joined more than 55 legislators in signing a petition urging people to boycott Market Basket and stating the company’s board and officers are “motivated by corporate greed.”

From left, Sarah Cadorette of Tilton, April Gauthier of Northfield, and 2-year-old Brayden Chase of Tilton protest Market Basket management outside the Tilton store Wednesday morning.

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Large protest at Tilton Market Basket; Delivery truck left unloaded

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Mike LeClair is known for speaking his mind to his employees, and he did so Tuesday night in a Facebook post, as he invited his Market Basket employees to a large protest outside Store 59 on Route 3.

Basement blaze extinguished in Derry

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Firefighters quickly doused a basement blaze Tuesday night in a duplex on Derryfield Road.

A fine California white with Texas roots

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It’s one of those weeks again — one of those weeks when I come across a very good wine that deserves a column all to itself, thanks to the California’s Truchard family, which has been growing and making wine for some time in the Napa Valley.

Diane Keith, who has been the breakfast chef at the Cider House Cafe for ten years, makes one of the cafe's signature seasonal dishes: blueberry pancakes. She said the secret to a great blueberry pancake is simple: good blueberries.

The secret for the Cider House Cafe's pancakes is in the blueberries

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A Vermont native who has called North Haverhill home since 1961, Diane Keith has been the breakfast chef at the Cider House Cafe at the Windy Ridge Orchard and Christmas Tree Farm for 10 of the cafe's 11 years.

Our Gourmet: A funky take on an old-world pub at Harlow's in Peterborough

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Harlow's Pub in downtown Peterborough is much more than just a bar with food.

Manchester Parks & Rec Chief Don Pinard works on his short game while giving a tour of the city's 18-hole course in wooded land adjacent to Brown and Mitchell Park and the Pine Grove Cemetery.

Disc golf on verge of coming to Manchester

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The Queen City is known for having one of the only municipally-owned golf courses in the state, and soon it will be home to a new course — one with forested paths instead of greens and discs in place of little white balls.

Norma Dimick

UPDATED: Missing Stratford woman found in woods

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A 67-year-old woman reported missing Tuesday afternoon was found 10 hours later in nearby woods by a dog team with the New England K-9 Search and Rescue Emergency responders.

Manchester waives right to buy Millyard building

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A key aldermen's committee has backed waiving the city's right to purchase a prominent Millyard building, paving the way for a deal that would allow both the University of New Hampshire at Manchester and the DEKA technology company to expand and consolidate their facilities.

Passers-by, including two active-duty Army soldiers, help rescue mom, daughter in I-93 rollover

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Several good Samaritans helped state troopers save a woman trapped inside a car that caught fire after rolling over on Interstate 293 Tuesday, state police said.

Manchester panel OKs new academic standards, despite Common Core criticism

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The school board's Curriculum and Instruction Committee on Tuesday approved the draft version of the Manchester Academic Standards, sending them on to the full board.

Still no budget in Nashua

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Facing an Aug. 1 deadline, Nashua aldermen were unable to approve a new budget on Tuesday.

Derry councilors discuss putting limits on skyline

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Town councilors are discussing the ramifications of setting a height limitation on downtown buildings.

Manchester restaurant closed after employee commits suicide

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The Farm Bar and Grille at 1181 Elm St. was closed Tuesday night, following an employee's suicide in the restaurant's basement Monday night, police said.

Nashua school staff see tests as key to tracking student growth

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Nashua's i-Ready test scores show students are making some gains, but they also reveal huge numbers are below grade level.

Conservation transaction could be postponed as Londonderry officials debate stewardship

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The Conservation Commission is seeking the town's blessings in acquiring a large conservation site at an undisclosed location.

Tom Mitchell of Ledge Top Farm in Lyndeborough weighs cucumbers from his garden for customers. He expects farmer's markets he sells at to be busier with the produce shortage at the local Market Basket in Milford.

Some shoppers turn to farmstands

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With shelves at local Market Baskets empty of fruits and vegetables and other products, many are turning to farm stands for fresh vegetables.

ACA rulings create conflict on Obamacare

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One official for the New Hampshire Insurance Department said if one of the dueling decisions stands, New Hampshire families would eventually lose access to their subsidies through the federal exchange.

Market Basket Dairy Supervisor Jack Demoulas (in jacket and tie) heads back to his car after clashing with protesters outside the company's distribution center in Tewksbury, Mass., Tuesday.

Tempers flare as Market Basket protests continue

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Market Basket Dairy Supervisor Jack Demoulas confronted a small crowd of protesters at the supermarket chain's distribution center in Tewksbury, Mass., Tuesday morning, but was quickly shouted down by workers.

Abby's home, but answers aren't as police ask public for help

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Law enforcement authorities made an appeal to the public late Tuesday afternoon, asking anyone who saw Abigail Hernandez on the evening of her return home – Sunday night – to contact them.

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