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The redevelopment of The Balsams, pictured on a recent weekend, got a boost when Gov. Maggie Hassan signed into law a bill that would keep the tax burden low in Dixville and neighboring Millsfield.

PILOT agreement allowed to stand after Hassan signs bill

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The North Country in general, and specifically the small number of property owners here and in the even more sparsely settled Dixville, got some good news recently when Gov. Maggie Hassan signed...

Red Arrow Diner to be built alongside new liquor store in Londonderry

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LONDONDERRY – A state liquor store will be built alongside the third Red Arrow Diner at a new plaza near Exit 5 of Interstate 93.

Laconia housing authority will no longer subsidize cable TV bills for its tenants; rates soar

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LACONIA — Tenants of the Sunrise Towers and the Stafford House got a bit of bad financial news last month when they learned that the Laconia Housing Authority will end its contract with MetroCast for...

Hassan signs bill to spare tiny Millsfield from huge tax hike

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Governor Hassan signed a bill Wednesday that keeps about two dozen residents of tiny Millsfield in the North Country from having to pay huge increase in property tax bills...

State to sell building to Concord

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Executive Council approves sales of building to Concord, approves Medicaid expansion contract and planning process for Route 101 expansion.

State ends fiscal 2014 with $5.8 million revenue surplus

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Revenues are on target for fiscal year 2014, but business and interest and dividend taxes pose a problem in coming year.

Segway inventor Dean Kamen thinks his new Stirling engine will get you off the grid for under $10K

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Though Stirlings are highly efficient, they haven’t caught on because it takes them a while to warm up and they can’t change power output quickly.

Concord wants New Hampshire building

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The Employment Security building will be sold to the state and then torn down for new development.

NH Supreme Court decision costly for Millsfield property owners now faced with $800K debt to state

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In 2008 the three Coos County commissioners – Tom Brady, Bing Judd and Paul Grenier – picked $113 million as the value of the wind farm and thus the basis for a payment-in-lieu-of-taxes.

Laconia landlords express frustration with police 'civil standbys'

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'I've been sucker punched twice by tenants recently,' Bean said, saying that if the police weren't going to accompany him into an apartment when he needs them to, then he will start to carry a gun...

Life and Leisure

Venture Crew 55 leader

Community groups profit from race week

More than 3,000 volunteers with nonprofit organizations from New Hampshire and New England are participating in race week, said Deb O'Neil, event staffing coordinator for the speedway.

Tammy Bill, from right, Christie Harris and Amy Pidhurney have thier lunch bags in hand has the attend the press conference kicking off the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce lunch in the park  at Veterans Park in Manchester of Thursday.

City kicks off 'Lunch in the Park' program

The program invites people to take their Thursday lunch hour at the Elm Street park between noon and 2 p.m. through Aug. 28.

Paul Kelly, co-founder of Kelsen Brewing Co., stirs up some Paradigm Brown Ale on Thursday at the business at 1 Madden Road in Derry.

Derry brewers take home gold, bronze

One of the newest craft breweries in the Granite State, Kelsen Brewing Co., captured two medals in the recent 2014 U.S. Open Beer Championship.

Warren begins three-day Old Home Day celebration Friday

With food, music and fireworks, the town kicks off a weekend-long Old Home Day celebration on Friday that also includes an ATV parade, a lobster feast, a fishing derby and probably many comments on...

Band concert highlights Deerfield Family Fun Night

Deerfield may be a small town, but residents are planning on celebrating summer in a big way Friday night, when Deerfield's own Art Murphy and his band, Blue Matter, take the stage as the centerpiece...

Jack Fanelli, owner of Fanelli Amusements, sets up some rides at the Raymond Town Common Thursday.

Raymond aims to bring community together at annual town fair

Raymond residents will gather near town center this weekend for the annual Raymond Town Fair.

Cyclists take part in the 2013 White Mountain Gran Fondo.

Hundreds to pedal White Mountains to keep Manchester students in school

Later this summer, hundreds of bike riders will again gather here in the heart of the White Mountains to cumulatively pedal thousands of miles in an effort to help struggling Queen City students stay...

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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

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...

Hooksett School Board to consider land purchase

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School board members have agreed to discuss the idea of purchasing a large piece of landlocked property adjacent to Cawley Middle School, though a potential sale is far from imminent.

Karen Holland's garden jewels can be designed to sit on the ground or, as seen above, mounted on a copper pole to create a taller focal point in the garden.

Lyndeborough woman makes unique garden art

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Karen Holland started A Touch of Glass NH and began selling her hand-made, one-of-a-kind garden jewels last fall, and the interest is growing as fast as her garden grows.

Hearing for Goffstown townhouse project moved to July

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Applicants GPS Properties decided to continue the hearing to July because a quorum was not present to review the case at the last ZBA meeting.

Knowing when - and what - to let go of with garage sale

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MY GARAGE sale has come and gone and with it a letting-go of sorts - of possessions, plans, dreams, false ideas.

Weare prepping for 250th anniversary

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Weare's is celebrating their 250th Anniversary with a different theme each month which started in January and will end in September. June's celebration will be a lawn party on June 21 at the Clinton...

Farmers Market Open in Downtown Hanover

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Bring home the makings for a fresh, locally-grown meal or grab a snack, straight from the farm to the table.