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Roofer gets three to six years for stealing from customers

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Timothy Currier, the owner of Green Home Energy Systems, was convicted in March of having entered into contracts to provide new roofs to three customers, taking more than $18,000 in deposits and...

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...

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.

Nevins developer releases Londonderry from walking trail easement

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The Londonderry Town Council accepted Gilcreast Realty Holding's $35,000 offer to release an open-space public easement on the cooperative senior citizen complex.

HUD settles case alleging housing discrimination against domestic violence victim in Berlin

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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) plans to announce Wednesday that it has reached agreements with the owners and managers of two Berlin, N.H., properties, to settle...

Charlestown, TransCanada reach agreement on property taxes

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To tax those lands, Charlestown has relied on values provided by the state Department of Revenue Administration, said Adele Fulton, a Lebanon-based attorney who's represented Charlestown in this case.

Falling on deaf ears: I-95 neighbors plead for noise relief

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Neighborhood residents thought state officials would put up sound barriers when they expanded the highway and brought the interstate closer to their homes, but that never happened.

New senior housing facility planned in Nashua

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With waiting lists already in place for senior housing in Nashua, a proposal has been submitted to create a new, three-story elderly housing development near Salmon Brook.

Peterborough Buddhist temple gets nod to go forward

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PETERBOROUGH An expanded Buddhist temple is one step closer to being built, after a zoning board of adjustment meeting in Peterborough Wednesday night.

Proposed elderly apartment complex clears zoning hurdle in Londonderry

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On Wednesday night the zoning board granted several variances for a proposed 110-unit senior apartment complex in Londonderry.

Life and Leisure

Salem planners delay hearing on Italian cafe plan

Earlier this week, the Planning Board continued a public hearing on the site plan for the new location for the popular Ralphie's Cafe Italiano restaurant.

Assistant brewmasters Craig Yergeau, left, and Bryan Link with a sampling of their creations at Milly's Tavern in Manchester. From left is Fisher Cat Ale, Mt. U Cream Ale, Hefeweizen, Manch Vegas IPA, Bo's Scotch Ale and Milly's Oatmeal Stout. Milly's Tavern is a participant in Saturday's Granite State Brewers Festival at nearby Arms Park.

Big turnout expected for NH beer fest

Beer lovers can sample some of the 100-plus beers being offered by nearly 30 New Hampshire brewers at Arms Park on Saturday.

Club Briefs: Big Brothers/Big Sisters celebrates matches

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Manchester hosted more than 125 “Bigs” and “Littles” and their families at its annual Program Celebration on July 12 at Manchester...

Hebron Fair scene

Country celebrations across Granite State cheer summer season

Nothing quite says New England like good old-fashioned summer country fairs, which begin in earnest throughout the Granite State in the next few weeks.

Brewers fest comes to a head Saturday in Arms Park

Raise a pint to summer at the Granite State Brewers Association Summer Fest, which comes to a head Saturday at Arms Park in Manchester.

Ousted Market Basket CEO makes offer to buy company

Ousted Market Basket CEO Arthur T. Demoulas and his side of the Demoulas family made an offer to buy out rival family members for control of the company on Wednesday.

'Biggest' Market Basket protest planned Friday

Market Basket workers will hold what organizers hope is their "biggest and final" rally tomorrow, but are prepared to continue protests should the grocery chain's board not heed their calls to...

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Opinion

Audubonmagazine.org: Pulling the plug on an energy project in New England

Reviled throughout New Hampshire, the Northern Pass is the name of a corporate partnership consisting of Canada's Hydro-Quebec (the world's largest hydroelectric producer, owned by the provincial...

Nashoba Publishing: Beware permission to survey your land by Tennessee Gas

Representatives from Tennessee Gas may be coming to your door to ask your permission to survey your land for the proposed pipeline, or they may have been to see you already.

Video: Businessman alleges NH, Mass. corruption; issues $1M challenge for an honest lawyer

In this interview , we follow up with Mike Gill to talk about the court hearing we invited you the public to be part of the Jury. Mike Gill offers on the show a $1,000,000.00 for an honest lawyer to...

John E. Sununu: Mortgage industry overhaul could kill scariness for good

It would be nice to look upon the mortgage industry without worrying about accidentally unleashing the next apocalypse.

Portsmouth Herald demands feds vacate property

The correct decision, apparently, cannot be made by GSA officials, who have made the case that federal legislation passed in 2004 does not mandate the GSA to move to a new facility at Pease...

Home & Garden

Salem planners OK four-lot subdivision plan

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The Planning Board has approved Richard Mika's plan for a four-lot subdivision on Lakeshore Road and Goodridge Avenue.

Real Fallu shows off some of the daylilies providing a blaze of midsummer color in his Goffstown perennial garden.

Acres of summer color, without irrigation

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Tucked away from the winding street at 425 Tibbetts Hill Road is the home of Real and Leslie Fallu — a property filled with brilliant, fiery color in the second half of July each year, courtesy...

An aerial view of the plot at 12-8-4 Kilton Road, which would include a health club, retail building and restaurant.

Bedford health club proposal raises concerns

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Residents who live near a proposed health club, to be built at the corner of Kilton Road and Sullivan Drive, expressed concerns over the project at Monday night's planning board meeting.

Artist Mauli McDonald with an armful of raw materials for her designs.

Nature is the essential medium for Sunapee-area artist Mauli McDonald

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From childhood fantasies of fairy houses and unicorns, a career as a botanical artist is born.

An aerial view of the plot where the mixed-use development, including an 116-unit senior apartment building, would be built.

Developer spells out mixed-use plan for Bedford project

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A proposed mixed-use development, including a 55-and-older housing facility, at 379 South River Road is one step closer to fruition after a request for conceptual review at Monday night's Planning...

In anticipation of the July 14 start of the 2014 season, Sheila Fabrizio on Wednesday inspects the incoming blueberry crop at Windy Ridge Orchard and Christmas Tree Farm in North Haverhill. There are 1,000 pick-your-own, high-bush blueberry plants, divided among five varieties, on a two-acre parcel at the orchard which is also well known this time of year for its blueberry pancakes and blueberry wine.

Despite late start in growing season, North Country's blueberry picking season soon to be here

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Despite a slight delay due to a colder-than-normal spring, the 2014 blueberry season will soon be here and it should be delicious, say North Country growers and agriculture officials.

Terri McKinnon walks along a path through perennials in the yard in Goffstown.

Good neighbors make great gardens in Goffstown

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That three special gardens in greater Manchester are right beside each other is mostly a (very big) coincidence.

Salem community gardens enjoying a successful summer

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The growing season is a little late this year, thanks to a wet spring, but everything seems to be running smoothly at the town's community gardens at Hawkins Farm.

Route 101 expansion process in Bedford begins

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Executive Council asked to name two committees to begin laying out Bedford expansion project.

Fresh strawberries from Barrett Hill Farm in Mason, one of many New Hampshire farms offering Community Supported Agriculture programs for customers.Kathleen Baglio Humphreys

CSA offers customers a share of the farmer's green thumb

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You want garden fresh vegetables but just don't have the green thumb, land or time to plant then tend to your own garden all summer long? Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is an affordable and...