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Retirement system investment return drops

The return on the New Hampshire Retirement System's investments fell off sharply in fiscal year 2015, after several years of double-digit returns.

A house-by-house peek at the Parade of Homes

Here is a look at the houses featured in the 2015 Parade of Homes.

Take a sneak peek at Parade of Homes

The 2015 Lakes Region Parade of Homes should be no exception. As a Parade attendee, you will be entertained by a wide variety of architectural styles and designs, beautiful settings and views, as...

Some tips for small kitchens

My two basic suggestions for smaller bathrooms and smaller kitchens are about the same. Use lots of white colors and install a good exhaust fan to ventilate area.

Variances allowed on Hyatt hotel project

The first hurdle in a Florida-based company's plans to build a 125-room Hyatt hotel in the Bedford Street parking lot was cleared last night when developers secured variances for the project from the...

2005 videotape affirms no right of first refusal for Erica Blizzard's Lakeport Landing

LACONIA The discovery of videotapes of Laconia City Council meetings from 2005 and 2006 at City Hall confirms that council members did not vote to give the owners of Lakeport Landing Marina a...

Millyard hotel going before zoning board

A Millyard parking tax is being considered to finance two parking decks that would alleviate perpetual Millyard parking shortages and usher in a $17 million hotel in the heart of the Millyard.

Brady Sullivan plans big mill renovation in Nashua

Brady Sullivan Properties plans to build between 166 and 175 apartments in the abandoned mill building in downtown Nashua that it acquired in August.

Surprise! Residents of NH capital among nation's most fortunate

CONCORD Did you know Concord is one of the best state capitals to live in?

This property at 1 Cotton Road in Nashua has been eyed for redevelopment.

Nashua board proposing restoration of vacant warehouse

A blighted property along Cotton Road may soon be renovated and converted into retail and commercial space.

Life and Leisure

Treasures in Your Attic: Family heirlooms from the glory days of Nippon china

Dear Helaine and Joe: This set of Nippon dinnerware has an "RC" mark. There are extensive serving pieces including coffee service for...

Susan Dromey Heeter's Down to Earth: Warm thoughts about the coming of cold weather

Winter is coming! Grab your snowshoes! Grab your skates! Unpack your coat! Winter is coming! And I could not be more excited. Bring it on, bring it on.

Lightweight row covers are used in spring to protect seedlings and young plants from cold and insects. In the fall, the covering can protect established plants from early frosts.

How textile covers protect tender plants

Whatever you're growing, frost changes everything. When it arrives, and how cold those first early mornings are, dictate how long plants will survive outdoors.

The Coos County Planning Board will hold a public hearing on The Balsams Oct. 21 at 6 p.m. at the North Country Resource Center.

Coos County planners to consider Balsams rehab under current zoning regs

Citing the unwieldiness of creating a new development district from scratch, the Coos County Planning Board will instead try to consider the rehabilitation and expansion of The Balsams resort under...

Pat Darby, an avid hiker from Bartlett with a passion for the Wild River area of the White Mountain National Forest, stands recently on the Moriah Brook Trail Bridge, which the U.S. Forest Service closed last month because of safety concerns. Darby, who worked in construction, thinks the bridge can be repaired; the Forest Service isn't so sure.

Suggestions sought for repair/replacement of popular pedestrian bridge

While it's too early to know if they'll be on the same page as to the future of the Moriah Brook Trail Bridge, longtime hiker Pat Darby and Katherine Stuart, of the U.S. Forest Service, agree that,...

Audrey O’Brien, 2, of Goffstown, sits on an enormous pumpkin at the Milford Pumpkin Festival on Sunday.

Milford Pumpkin Festival still an annual tradition for families

The 26th annual Milford Pumpkin Festival drew an estimated 25,000 people throughout the three-day event, as families and friends crowded the downtown area.

Sam Brakeley and Steph Reighart of Lebanon won the 16th annual North American Wife Carrying Championship Saturday at Sunday River ski resort in Newry, Maine.

Granite Staters win wife-carrying contest

A couple from the Granite State took home top honors — along with 120 bottles of beer and more than $750 in prize money — from the 16th Annual North American Wife Carrying Contest, held...

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Home & Garden

Beans are popular among seed savers. When their pods are yellow and dry and the beans rattle inside, it's time to collect and dry them.

Saving seed: At harvest time, you'll have more than memories of a great garden


After a spring and summer of carefully tending the garden, you may think as the leaves fall that your work is done. But in fact, that's actually the perfect time to get a jump start on next year's...

Susan Dromey Heeter's Down to Earth: A harvest of lessons for kids – and, maybe, candidates


Relishing the last of the garden's bounty

Oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus ostreatus), shown here growing on a dying sugar maple at Distant Hill Gardens. It is one of the easiest edible mushrooms to identify, and often grows in large numbers, making collection easy.

Foraging for mushrooms has a growing following


For most people, foraging means sifting through sketchy leftovers and eating around the fuzzy parts of fruit in search of a midnight snack while standing in the stark light of the fridge. But for a...

Lilac photo winners announced


The Governor's Lilac & Wildflower Commission has announced the winners of the 19th annual Lilac Photo Contest.

A bench in memory of Katie Bentley.

Hotel and lilacs proposed for Hackett Hill site


John Bentley plans to plant more than 300 types of lilacs as part of a proposed botanical garden/festival venue/commercial development on Hackett Hill Road in Hooksett, creating a monument to the...