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Anyone questioning the existence of Santa Claus need look no further than the example of Dick Marshall and his band of merry elves in Hooksett.
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1 Dracut High drama involving fired teacher from NH: 'I'm not leaving until I'm arrested'

0 Webber incompetent when she put cop in will, expert says

0 Feds say three trees stolen from New Hampshire forest

0 Nashua child killer jailed in Florida

0 Laconia to go slow on move to equip officers with body cameras

0 Photo: Bobcat captured in Milton on camera

0 Singing flash mob at Steeplegate Mall surprises boy fighting rare disease

0 New Hampshire GOP lawmaker requests impeachment review of local judge

0 13 patients of NH PainCare clinics sue, say they got sick after injections

0 NH man an icon in classic video games comeback

0 HBO orders Sarah Silverman comedy pilot

0 Food-mobile, road maintenance win UNH innovation prize

0 New Hampshire signs up to education reciprocity agreement

0 Winnacunnet teen's 'Real Adventure' YouTube video goes viral

0 Guardian of New Hampshire's presidential primary ready for another round

0 Ayotte nominates students to U.S. service academies

0 Was it a wolf? Unlikely, says Fish and Game, but Madison woman says keep an eye on your pets

0 Inmate suing for $16M has complaint dismissed again

0 Concord Monitor: Tantrum is hurting GOP and the state

0 Current Belknap Commission asks Supreme Court to overturn nursing home director decision

0 NHSUPCO - State of New Hampshire v. Robert Breest

0 Vintage 1932 theater curtain discovered in town hall attic

0 Dartmouth: Creation of 'Rocker' protein opens way for new smart molecules in medicine, other fields

0 Claremont pot dealer gets a year in jail

0 Police find 20 animals, including pig, in Derry home

Rescue crews at the scene of a fatal single-car accident late Saturday night.

Driver killed in late-night Moultonborough crash

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MOULTONBOROUGH – A driver was killed in a one-vehicle accident after her car rolled over into a small water bog late Saturday night.

State House Dome: Just past Concord session a mixed bag

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THE BOOK on the 2013-14 Legislature is closed while the slate is clean - well almost - for the 2015-16 General Court.

MISS BUCKNAM and MR. RITTER

Bucknam-Ritter

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Mark and Linda Bucknam of Bow and Cheri Coughlin of Bow announce the engagement of their daughter, Jena Marie Bucknam, to David Adam Ritter, son of Phillip Ritter of Nashua and Susan Ritter of Concord.

Henry Winston Huard

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Ryan and Lauren Huard of Wellesley, Mass., announce the birth of their son, Henry Winston Huard, on Dec. 6, 2014, at Brigham and Women's Hospital.

Benjamin Loll

2 from NH complete Air Force training

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U.S. Air National Guard Airmen 1st Class Jake M. Bumbaca and Benjamin T. Loll graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

MS. MAJOR

MR. REMKUS

Major-Remkus

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Mr. and Mrs. James Major of Hooksett announce the engagement of their daughter, Morgan Major, to Jonathan Remkus, son of Dennis Remkus of Douglas, Mass., and Rosiland Stahl of Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

Haylee Patten

Haylee Ann-Marie Patten

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Jeremy and Jennifer Patten of Allenstown announce the birth of a daughter, Haylee Ann-Marie Patten, on Oct. 13, 2014, at Concord Hospital.

In winter, birds like this white-throated sparrow spend parts of the daytime and all of the nighttime perched in trees to conserve energy.

In the longest nights of the year, our birds are living on the edge

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Happy shortest day of the year!
That sounds a lot better than moping about the longest winter night, doesn't it?

Molly Martel, left, and Angie Patrone display two of the six blankets they made together for local African refugee families. Martel and Patrone are inmates at the State Prison for Women in Goffstown.

Inmates give back, making Christmas gifts

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A group of inmates at the State Prison for Women are making Christmas a little brighter for local families - and for themselves - by donating gifts they've made by hand.

Human intervention hobbling ice fishermen

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WE'VE LIVED ON and utilized Great Bay for our outdoor recreation and source of great food for about half a century and have never thought that some of these things we cherished could come to a screeching halt. But we are not happy to pass the word: that was then and this is now and things have changed for the worse.

Holiday thoughts and advice

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THIS WEEK, I decided to keep things pointed and brief. With this week being a holiday week and many people focused on other things, I figured I'd take the opportunity to get straight to the point. Here are a few thoughts, pieces of advice and wishes for you this holiday season.

Michael Cohen, owner of Pitchfork Records, scans an album for a customer on Main Street in Concord on Saturday.

Mike Cote's Business Notebook: Record stores are selling 'real' records again

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RECORDED MUSIC music is back in the groove.

Atrium Medical Corporation's new headquarters in Merrimack is more than 200,000 square feet, and will accommodate up to 700 employees.

Moving into the light

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A medical manufacturing company is in the process of moving its headquarters from Hudson into a newly renovated building on Continental Boulevard. "We are very excited about the new space," said Trevor Carlton, president of Atrium Medical Corp.

In Gorham, landlord saw a change in kidnap suspect

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GORHAM - Following a brief flurry of publicity after Nathaniel Kibby was indicted last week on 205 charges in connection with the kidnapping, restraint and sexual assaults of a teenage girl, life in Kibby's hometown is mostly back to normal, although many questions and concerns remain.

Prosecutors alleges that on Oct. 9, 2013, Kibby, 34, of 4 Brookside Drive in the Gateway Trailer Park, forcibly kidnapped the alleged victim, who is now 16, as she walked home from Kennett High School. Kibby was arrested at his residence on July 28 and - with the alleged victim looking on - was arraigned the next day in Carroll County District Court on one count of kidnapping.

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Parent, First Amendment win out in 'disorderly' case

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The dismissal of three disorderly conduct charges against William Baer, a parent who was arrested after unruly conduct at a school board meeting in May, is being seen by some as an important moment in the history of law enforcement and American free speech.

Nathaniel Kibby sits in Ossipee District Court during a hearing on Aug. 6. Kibby is facing more than 200 charges related to the disappearance of a 14-year-old North Conway girl in October 2013.

Family of abduction survivor Elizabeth Smart offers hope in wake of Conway teen's ordeal

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"One of the most important things to me at this point is the survivor - giving them space and room," Smart told the New Hampshire Sunday News. "Certainly, with the information that has come out, what she went through was very horrific and difficult."

50 years later, burgers and french fries still making McMemories

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In 1964, Arthur Deleault was one of the burger makers at the South Willow Street McDonald's. Back in the day, when the then-Manchester High School West student wasn't manning the grill flipping patties, he was enjoying the fruits (or meat, as it were) of his labors, which went for 15 cents a burger.

Feds step up protection against sexual violence

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A new federal push to address campus sexual violence is tied to Title IX, the law most people think of in connection with college sports.

Behaylu Barry, 13, right, of Stratham, and his brother, Rediat Getachew, 16, of Ethiopia.

Brothers reunite for a second life-saving effort

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Rediat Getachew knew what he had to do when he received word that his biological brother living with an adoptive family in Stratham would need a second bone marrow transplant.

10 legislators to watch in this coming session

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Each member of the New Hampshire Legislature, one of the largest legislative bodies in the English-speaking world, will soon pore over the smallest details of approximately 1,000 bills.

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