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Deering couple arrested in violent beating, kidnapping of Bennington woman

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Two local residents have been arrested on numerous of charges for a crime spree Thursday surrounding the alleged severe beating,...

UPDATED: Regulators OK 47 percent rate hike for Liberty Utilities customers

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State regulators have granted a request from Liberty Utilities to raise electric rates by 47 percent effective Nov. 1, resulting...

Weekend Planner: October 3-5, 2014

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We've had some lucky weather of late. For those of us who want to enjoy autumn without shivering or umbrellas, we've been...

Herb Lahout stands Monday afternoon in the building at 33 Main St. in Lincoln that he is renovating and hopes to make available for retail/office use or a restaurant.

After flap over 'racist' comment, no call for Lincoln planner to resign from board

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While distancing themselves from remarks made by planning board member Paula Strickon, the Lincoln Board of Selectmen on Monday...

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Review of West High intruder case to be behind closed doors

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A school board member wants to know how a Manchester High School West intruder got as far as he did last week when he entered the...

Manchester teachers to vote again next week on contract

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The vote, to take place next Monday and Tuesday, was scheduled after some members of the union, the Manchester Education...

Executive councilors raise questions about Hassan nominations

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Executive councilors say they have concerns about Gov. Maggie Hassan's nomination of two retiring lawmakers to the panel that has...

Ari Goldenberg of Milton picked up his black rhinoceros head at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service New England Field Office in Concord on Monday.

Nabbed and then cleared by feds, NH man still intends to sell rhino trophy

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A mounted rhinoceros head is back in the possession of a New Hampshire man — almost 2 1/2 years after federal agents...

Price dropped on downtown site of former Nashua courthouse

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A potential buyer has backed out of purchasing the old courthouse on Walnut Street, so the building — located in the heart...

Developer says Alexandria wrong to deny tower

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The Portuguese wind-power developer that has said it wants to build a wind farm in this town, Groton and Hebron is asking a...

Weekend Planner: October 3-5, 2014

We've had some lucky weather of late. For those of us who want to enjoy autumn without shivering or umbrellas, we've been fortunate. Let's not miss out on the opportunities that autum brings: apple picking, foliage peeping, corn mazes and so much more. There are celebrations of the season all across the state. Let's get out and enjoy them! Here's our peek at the Top 10 Things to Do in New Hampshire this weekend.

Three Ring Fling

All Weekend

An Apple a Day!

Saturday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Fall for Autumn

Saturday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Weekend Planner: October 3-5, 2014

We've had some lucky weather of late. For those of us who want to enjoy autumn without shivering or umbrellas, we've been fortunate. Let's not miss out on the opportunities that autum brings: apple picking, foliage peeping, corn mazes and so much more. There are celebrations of the season all across the state. Let's get out and enjoy them! Here's our peek at the Top 10 Things to Do in New Hampshire this weekend.

Three Ring Fling

All Weekend

An Apple a Day!

Saturday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Fall for Autumn

Saturday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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Politics

Herb Lahout stands Monday afternoon in the building at 33 Main St. in Lincoln that he is renovating and hopes to make available for retail/office use or a restaurant.

After flap over 'racist' comment, no call for Lincoln planner to resign from board

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While distancing themselves from remarks made by planning board member Paula Strickon, the Lincoln Board of Selectmen on Monday did not remove her from office as requested by Lebanese-American businessman Herb Lahout, who said she had made “racist” comments about his ancestral homeland.

Executive councilors raise questions about Hassan nominations

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Executive councilors say they have concerns about Gov. Maggie Hassan's nomination of two retiring lawmakers to the panel that has power over new energy projects.

Scott Brown garners endorsement from NFIB

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North Country Tractor President Bill Taranovich, who has 47 employees, says the Dover-based company really needs to hire four more to respond to growing interest in John Deere equipment.

Scott Brown, left, Jeanne Shaheen, right.

Brown, Shaheen continue to battle for women voters

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The push for women voters continued in the U.S. Senate race as Democratic incumbent Jeanne Shaheen and Republican Scott Brown traded charges.

Obituaries Events

  • School lunch participation is down and food waste is up since the feds launched their war on childhood obesity. Should schools be required to serve healthier foods than many children eat at home?
  • Yes
  • 42%
  • No
  • 58%
  • Total Votes: 1272