NH Real Estate
Several organizations expressed support for continued funding of the state's drug czar position as the Legislative Fiscal Committee is about to vote on a grant to pay for the position.
Knob and tube is the earliest of the electrical wiring, basically designed to power light bulbs between 1880 and 1930. Its presence in existing houses has become an issue for many lenders and home...
What does your front door say about you?
During the meeting, the Dagesses asked the selectmen if they would consider a five-year tax break for the new business during the break in period.
The state’s highest court ruled Friday that agents of mortgagees can conduct foreclosures, a decision that disheartened some homeowner advocates but managed to circumvent a weightier question...
Lebanon — The developer of the property containing the Carter Country Club golf course is seeking neighbors’ support for an alternative to the proposal he has already brought to the Planning Board to...
Since it was built in 1740, the sprawling colonial house located at 70 Gregg Mill Road has only had four owners. For the last 42 years, the owners have been Jay and Dot Marden.
The world of building and design is constantly evolving as new innovations in products change the way we live and work. New Hampshire architects share what innovations they are starting to use.
DURHAM — With more than 800 students set to move into downtown Durham next month, move-in plans have been created by the Durham Police Department and management teams at the complexes.
PORTSMOUTH — Owners of the historic Cutts Mansion, Gary and Cindy Dodds, are seeking a variance to subdivide the 525 Maplewood Ave. property into two separate lots.
Stonyfield's Visitor Center on Burton Drive has been serving the community with organic yogurt for almost 25 years, but after Aug. 28, the center will permanently close its doors.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Granite State College, known as OLLI, will host its annual fall class previews this month in Bedford, Concord, Conway and Portsmouth.
For religious, environmental or social reasons, hundreds of Granite Staters choose to live communally in intentional communities.
A new Anaconda Escape water ride joined the dancing bear and the Wolfman at Clark's Trading Post this summer, boosting attendance by 10 percent at the Lincoln tourist attraction this year.
Chuck Rage was just 15 years old when he started a jewelry business at Hampton Beach in 1981.
This truly has been a summer of the realization that simple is better. Simple is good. Simple is easy.
BluAqua in Amherst has shut its doors, but is hoping to reopen in a new location.
Home & Garden
The Granite State turns its gaze to the past once more as the MidWeek Antiques Show takes over the Douglas Everett Arena, 15 Loudon Road, from 1 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 4, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.READER COMMENTS: 0
This is the beauty of a bird that is still half wild, maintaining its self-sufficient instincts while prowling your yard and garden for ticks on ground, deadwood, shrubs and trees.READER COMMENTS: 0
Five months after accumulated snow collapsed the roof and drove them from their homes, owners of a Hooksett condominium building found out that they won’t likely be returning anytime soon.READER COMMENTS: 0
Two New Hampshire gardens are scheduled to be open for visitors this weekend in the Garden Conservancy's Open Days program.READER COMMENTS: 0
The 28th annual central New Hampshire VNA and Hospice Home and Garden tour is Wednesday, July 15, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.READER COMMENTS: 0
The nonprofit organization Building on Hope announced Wednesday that it has targeted the 105-year-old Police Athletic League building in the center city for a $1 million makeover.READER COMMENTS: 0
The Bow Bog Meeting House hosted a lecture on the history of meetinghouses to celebrate the end of a 5-year restoration project and a newly restored organ.