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Climbing to new heights in North country tourism

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As the summer of 2014 begins the slow fade into memory, members of the White Mountain Attractions Association say it has been one for the ages, marked by great weather and the return of visitor...

Sami Ahmed says Mama Mia's sales of pizza and fried food have slipped because families are packing their own picnics and coolers to save money.

Seacoast stretching its tourist dollars

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The Statires family stocks more than two dozen flavors of salt water taffy, including strawberry cheesecake and cinnamon roll, at the Candy Corner on Ocean Blvd. at Hampton Beach, but watermelon is...

Opinion

Windham considers future of Campbell Farm property

Voters approved the purchase of the Campbell Farm site last March. Town officials have plenty of ideas for enjoying the farm's outdoor features but are currently at loss when it comes to the...

To get a first-hand perspective of where in Easton the proposed Northern Pass transmission project would go, U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte took a hike in the Gingerbread Road area of Easton Thursday and then told a group of pass opponents at Easton Town Hall that the entire transmission line should be buried beneath state roads.

Ayotte says Northern Pass lines should be buried beneath roads

Citing a precedent in New York and echoing a recommendation by the town's Conservation Commission, U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte on Thursday said the Northern Pass transmission project should be entirely...

State police are trying to identify the dog owner shown in this photo. The  man's pit bull, also pictured, attacked another hiker's dog near Tuckerman Ravine on Mount Washington Aug. 21. The other dog died three days later.

Pit bull owner sought in fatal attack on another dog near Tuckerman Ravine

Troop F is seeking to identify of the owner of a pit bull that attacked another dog, inflicting fatal wounds near Tuckerman Ravine on Aug. 21.

Upper Valley deer population talk on tap

The town is holding two forums for an Upper Valley discussion on the problems arising from the ever growing deer population.

More than 250 people crowded a meeting Tuesday night on Mount Sunapee's five-year master plan.

Sunapee officials say they don't plan to build housing

Though more than half of the audience speakers at Tuesday night's public hearing on the new five-year plan for Mount Sunapee spoke in favor of the plan's proposals, those in opposition are asking the...

An adult loon stretches its wings while out fishing in the waters of Clement Pond in Hopkinton. The large diving bird is known for its distinctive plumage and its often eerie calls that echo across the water.

Slow growth for state's loon population

The head biologist and director of The Loon Preservation Committee reported a marginal increase to the state's loon population, but stressed that lead sinkers are still to blame for half of all loon...

RocketDrop is the fastest-growing private NH company on Inc. list

RocketDrop, a wholesale distributor of consumer electronics, including iPhones, scored the highest ranking of any New Hampshire private company in five years in an annual list of fastest-growing,...

Bay State man hurt in Ripley Falls fall

A Massachusetts man severly injured both of his legs after falling nearly 35 feet off Ripley Falls in Harts Location on Saturday.

Environment

GZA district office manager John Murphy stands in the lobby of GZA GeoEnvironmental's new office in Bedford, which is nearly twice the size of the firm's former office.

GZA GeoEnvironmental moves to Bedford

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Environmental and geotechnical firm GZA GeoEnvironmental has moved its base of operations in New Hampshire from Manchester to Bedford, expanding its office space and overall presence in the Granite...

Tariffs tabled in state energy talks

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The New England States Committee on Electricity (NESCOE) was looking for a potential vote next month.

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