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Portsmouth mayor dreams of replacing evicted scrap business with parking lot

One possible temporary use of the space currently occupied by a scrap metal operation is parking for the city of Portsmouth.

Redevelopment plan for Naval Shipyard prison moving forward

KITTERY, Maine — The Navy says it has received more than one proposal in its latest attempt to enlist the private sector to redevelop the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard’s shuttered prison.

Seacoast home sales cool off in August

PORTSMOUTH — The breakneck pace of residential real estate sales the past few months slowed in August, especially in single-family homes.

Brady Sullivan Properties closed on an all-cash $19.75 million deal Tuesday for the 20-story building at 900 Elm St.

Brady Sullivan corners Manchester skyline with its $19.75m purchase of City Hall Plaza

Brady Sullivan Properties will no longer need to debate whether 1000 Elm St. or City Hall Plaza at 900 Elm St. is the state's tallest building.

Inspired by New Hampshire town, Scottish architect wants to restore Carnegie Hall in the Highlands

SCOTTISH-BORN architect Stuart Anderson was inspired by the local village hall built by philanthropist Andrew Carnegie when he designed a new restaurant and bar in New Hampshire.

NHPR Audio: Inside J.D. Salinger's House

J.D. Salinger was famously private - and his privacy was often famously invaded - by photographers, journalist, curiosity seekers, film makers.

After government he bought it from rejects renovations, owner puts ex-library up for sale in West Lebanon

West Lebanon — After failing to receive a building permit necessary to convert the former West Lebanon Library to an office and residence, developer David Clem has opted to sell the historic building...

Neighbor's alleged cemetery trespass case heads to trial in Laconia

LACONIA — A landscaping company hired by the Union Cemetery Association estimates it will cost more than $56,000 to mitigate the damage allegedly caused when an abutter cut down trees and conducted...

Originally deisgned as a 100-foot tall building, The Surf has been pared down to 70 feet,and realtors are already selling the projects 36 residential units that start at $239,000 and run up to about $500,000.

Some are critical of recent construction at Hampton Beach

Seafood chefs and craft vendors weren't the only people on Hampton Beach gearing up for the annual Seafood Festival last weekend.

As part of the process to build a new police station and a municipal parking garage, workers from Burke's Tree Service in Rochester removed trees from around the existing lot on Orchard Street in Dover Thursday. Further tree removal is planned to affect parking in the lot Friday.

Work begins on Dover police station, garage

Construction planned for January to complete garage in fall of 2015 and station following spring

Life and Leisure

Competitors in Saturday's inaugural Pinnacle Bike Championship streak down the race course on the ski slopes of the Waterville Valley Resort.

Waterville Valley Resort puts mountain bikers back on top

Mountain biking has been a part of the activities here for more than 40 years and despite a setback due to damage caused by Hurricane Irene, it is back as evidenced by a unique race and the...

NH Senior Briefs: AARP co-hosting  forum on starting or growing a small business

AARP co-hosting  forum on starting or growing a small business

Customers browse in the ALDI store on South Broadway in Salem, which opened in 2012. The company plans to open its second New Hampshire store in Plaistow on Oct. 2.

ALDI continues push into NH with store in Plaistow

The international ALDI supermarket chain has announced the upcoming opening of a store in Plaistow, boosting its presence in a southern New Hampshire region where customers spent much of the summer...

The Stone of Destiny Pipe Band makes its way across the Loon Mountain Bridge Saturday morning to join the celebration at the 39th New Hampshire Highland Games and Festival.

Highland Games at Loon cool time for brave hearts

Despite dank, overcast weather on Saturday, the 39th New Hampshire Highland Games and Festival again drew huge number of attendees to Loon Mountain Resort for a celebration of all things Caledonian.

Libraries offer DVD on stuttering in nine NH public libraries

Help for teens and adults who stutter is as close as the library.

Family Resource Center in Nashua offers 'Nurturing Fathers' workshop

Fathers can join with other fathers to discuss important topics in how they relate to their children at a special workshop series planned next month by the Family Resource Center of Greater Nashua.

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Home & Garden

Double amputee Iraq War veteran Matt DeWitt and his fiancee, Catrina Peck, stand outside their new home in Hopkinton with sons Levi and Reed. The specially adapted home was donated by Homes for Our Troops, and on Saturday, volunteers gathered to landscape the property.

Community comes together to work on custom dream home for NH veteran's family


A local military family is one step closer to having their dream home ready, thanks to the help of a non-profit organization dedicated to providing custom houses for veterans, the Home Depot, a...

After learning embroidery as a child, Rhonda Besaw of Whitefield began doing beadwork in 1996, which opened her eyes to the rich handcraft traditions of her ancestors.

Whitefield artist's beadwork is a tribute to her Native American ancestry


Rhonda Besaw specializes in traditional and contemporary Wabanaki beadwork.

Bedford Planning Board tables Wayfarer approvals again, citing traffic issues


After being tabled by the Planning Board in August, two final approvals for the proposed John Goffe Plaza on the site of the former Wayfarer Inn were delayed once more by the board at their Monday...

Salem senior housing project could require encroachment into wetlands buffer zone


The Conservation Commission is looking for more information on where a detention basin can be built on a proposed 16-unit senior housing project off Pleasant Street before it considers granting a...

Salem mausoleum owner looks to develop housing on site


The owner of a mausoleum at 23 Pond Road is looking to develop senior housing on the 18-acre property.

Rosaly Bass moved to New Hampshire with her husband, Perkins, in 1973 and immediately started gardening.

Rosaly Bass' Peterborough kitchen garden grew to a certified organic 25-acre farm


It starts with a plot of dirt and hope. For 77-year-old Rosaly Bass, that hope took her from a quarter-acre kitchen garden to a 25-acre career and two books.

Some remnants of the Wayfarer Inn, including the footbridge, will be removed by TFMoran in the renovation process. Others, like the mill building, will remain.

Proposed development on Wayfarer site gets green light from conservation group


The new John Goffe Plaza, a mixed-use development being built on the site of the former Wayfarer Inn and future home of the Bedford Whole Foods Market, is one step closer to fruition after receiving...

The Salem Planning Board recently approved the site plan for a botanical garden at a former miniature golf course on North Broadway.

Former mini-golf course to transform into botanical gardens


Salem gets more than its share of retail stores and restaurants approved by the Planning Board along Rte. 28, but the latest plan approved for 350 North Broadway should bring more than a touch of...

Kathy Zorawicz's driveway had to be torn out due to water damage. She successfully appealed a driveway permit waiver fee via the Goffstown Board of Selectmen.

Goffstown resident obtains driveway permit waiver, but still questions practice


Resident Kathy Zorawowicz was unpleasantly surprised when she learned that she would have to pay a $100 permit fee to repave her driveway, due to damage she claims is the town's fault. While she...

Windham Estates to get more fire hydrants


As part of a long-overdue water line replacement, the Windham neighborhood will get nine more fire hydrants. Right now there is only one hydrant servicing Windham Estates.