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HHS shifting money around to meet shortfall

Budget balancing plan for Health and Human Services will cut nursing home rates by $7 million

MERIT AWARD Hyder Court Housing, Portsmouth. Architect: McHenry Architecture PLLC, Portsmouth. Photographer: Carabell Photography, Dover.

AIA names winners of 2015 Excellence in Design Awards

Nine projects from eight architectural firms were recognized Friday at the American Institute of Architects New Hampshire Chapter's Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet at LaBelle Winery in Amherst.

Woodstove change out program launched for Cheshire County

Starting Thursday residents of Cheshire County can turn in old, inefficient woodstoves for a voucher towards a new cleaner-burning stove.

These are the safest states in America; Maine and Vt. safer than #6 NH

Nearly 93% of New Hampshire residents aged 25 and older had at least a high school diploma in 2013, the second highest rate in the country.

The sale of the Saint Patrick Church building in Bennington for $125,000 is close to being finalized.

Divine Mercy of Peterborough sells old church building in Bennington

The sale of the Saint Patrick Church building in Bennington for $125,000 is close to being finalized.

ESPN NH Radio leaving Nashua for the Queen City

A vacant storefront in downtown Manchester will soon be occupied by ESPN NH Radio, which is leaving its current home in Nashua.

DAVE CUMMINGS

NH real estate market sees stabilization in 2014

After a breakthrough 2013, in which the most New Hampshire homes were sold since 2005, the market barely missed that mark in 2014. But the median price of those sales went up in 2014.

NH towns have a new tool to punish property owners

Communities can now ticket zoning violations with the same ease it issues parking tickets.

The Dalton covered bridge carries Warner's Joppa Road over the Warner River. Built in 1853 for $630 and twice repaired it is considered to be one of the oldest covered bridges in use.

Politico's 'State of the Union' ranking of best states now has Minn. tied with NH at #1

The good news, at least for 5.4 million Americans, is that Minnesota—with improvements in employment, infant mortality and the obesity rate—has nudged its way into a tie for the top spot,...

Temple planners ditch manure amendment after farmers raise a stink

A large turnout at a public hearing on zoning amendments in Temple, with nearly 100 residents protesting a new amendment that would require further setbacks for farm animals, had the Planning Board...

Life and Leisure

Think tank: NH public policy outdated, based on assumptions that are no longer true

Gone are the days of rapid growth from the 1960s to the 1990s that drew well-educated young families to the state and helped fuel an economic boom lasting 40 years.

Rosaly Bass of Peterborough has been named Gardener of the Year by the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Hampshire.

Peterborough's Rosaly Bass named organic gardener of the year

Rosaly Bass of Peterborough has been named Gardener of the Year by the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Hampshire.

FOSSBENDER

NH man receives Air Force promotion

Corey S. Fossbender of Weare has been promoted to senior master sergeant in the Air Force Special Operations.

Senate GOP wants to lower NH business taxes

Proponents say lower business taxes would help state economy, but opponents say less money will hurt state services

Spicy new entry on local Asian scene

Were we not looking for it, we might not have spotted Sun Shui tucked into a shopping plaza in southernmost Bedford, located on Route 3 close by the Airport Road interchange.

Tasting Notes: A preview of some Spectacular red wines

The big Easter Seals Winter Wine Spectacular is coming right up (next Thursday, Jan. 29), and today we're continuing our preview of some of the wines that will be offered for tasting.

NH bill would ease access to oral contraceptives

Bill would not put road blocks up to over-the-counter sales of oral contraceptives if federal agency approves.

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Concord Monitor: Taxpayers can afford $15K to $20K a year per homeless person for housing

Though it may cost $15,000 or $20,000 a year to house each resident, the cost to society is far less than it would otherwise be.

Home & Garden

Rosaly Bass of Peterborough has been named Gardener of the Year by the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Hampshire.

Peterborough's Rosaly Bass named organic gardener of the year

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Rosaly Bass of Peterborough has been named Gardener of the Year by the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Hampshire.

Rob Schaefer, member of the Saint Claudine Villa Academy board, used this Play-Doh set as a prop for arguing in favor of a zone change for the Villa Augustina School.

Goffstown Planning Board hears argument to rezone Villa Augustina

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At the Planning Board's Thursday public hearing for proposed zoning changes, resident Rob Schaefer argued that the Villa Augustina School property be re-zoned in order to make the property easier to...

The Villa Augustina School has stood empty since it closed in June.

Goffstown School Board abandons plans to buy, renovate Villa Augustina

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Following a tour of the Villa Augustina School on Mast Road on Saturday, the Goffstown School Board has decided to not pursue purchasing and renovating the former Catholic school to address growing...

The Villa Augustina School has stood empty since it closed in June.

Goffstown School Board tours Villa Augustina School as purchase explored

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Members of the Goffstown School Board, School Administrative Unit 19 Superintendent Brian Balke, and town residents toured the closed Villa Augustina School property on Saturday, hoping to get a...

Stayci Fast of Ivy Home & Garden in Windham make a kitchen island holiday display that includes flowering bulbs and spices at a home in Windham.

Professional designers talk about high-end trends in holiday decor

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Professional decorators share a glimpse of this year's high-end holiday trends

School district moves ahead on appraisal of Villa Augustina property

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The Goffstown School Board continued discussions on Monday night about the possibility of purchasing the former Villa Augustina School campus to address growing space needs in the district.

Fall color in Yellowstone National Park.

Nature photography a shared passion for Nashua couple

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A hobby became a passion and a career for the photographers Hudnall

The Planning Board recently OK'd a subdivision of the Rockingham Park property.

Planning board decision will clear path for sale of Rockingham Park parcel

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A parcel on the north side of the 170-acre property is under agreement for a sale to local developer and restaurant owner Joseph Faro.