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Another View -- Mark Connolly: NH business must get behind passenger rail

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Commuter rail would be great for NH business.

Council OKs contract to widen bridge over Little Bay

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The Executive Council approved a $20.4 million contract Wednesday for rehabilitation and widening of the existing bridge that carries the Spaulding Turnpike over Little Bay between Dover and...

Opinion

Last Week's Rare Bird Alert

This is New Hampshire Audubon’s Rare Bird Alert for Monday, Dec. 15.

Rates for Hudson recreation programs may be increasing

Families relying on Hudson's recreation program to get them through vacation weeks may be paying more starting this summer. Selectmen will make a final decision on Jan. 13.

Eastern Mountain Sports to lay off 41 in Peterborough, move headquarters to Conn.

PETERBOROUGH - Eastern Mountain Sports has confirmed it plans to eliminate 41 jobs in Peterborough early next year and move its headquarters from Peterborough out of state.

Opposition lines up against new Alexandria wind plant proposal

Though the state has not yet officially received an application for a five-town wind energy plant from Portuguese wind-power developer EDP Renewables, groups opposed to wind projects in the Cardigan...

Man hurt in fall from tree stand in Swanzey

A 19-year-old man was injured Monday when he fell 15 feet from a tree stand, according to a New Hampshire Fish and Game Department release.

MIKE CROOKER

Man arrested after apologizing to homeowner for shotgun slug through wall

A Pelham man is under arrest after police said he accidentally shot into a house, nearly hitting a man inside.

More than 200 people turned out at a meeting Saturday morning at the Mason Elementary School to hear more about a proposed gas pipeline that would run through the town.

MEGHAN PIERCE

Pipeline meeting in Mason draws big crowd

More than 200 people turned out a meeting Saturday morning at the Mason Elementary School to hear more about a proposed gas pipeline that would run through the town.

Units like these at Briston Manor West, a Bedford 55-plus community, are undergoing insulation improvements to prevent heat escaping through the units' attics, causing ice dams and high heating bills.

Bedford senior living facility benefits from improved heating efficiency

A local retirement community has taken steps to lower costs for its residents by improving energy efficiency in winter months.

Environment

Rindge board refuses to allow pipeline company to survey land

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The Rindge Select Board unanimously voted to prohibit Kinder Morgan from surveying town land.

Meeting will inform Mason residents about proposed pipeline

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A meeting sponsored by 350 New Hampshire and concerned citizens about the proposed natural gas pipeline through the region is planned for Sat., Dec. 13.

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