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Legislative committees move 4.2-cent-per-gallon gas tax increase closer to reality

Committees vote down proposed Republican changes to the bill before six Republicans joined Democrats in support.

Members of the Associated Grocers of New England Board of Directors gathered Monday to break ground on a 105,000-square-foot expansion to its 380,000-square-foot Pembroke facility.

Associated Grocers’s Pembroke plant expands

In the eight years since relocating operations to Pembroke, Associated Grocers of New England has added 50 jobs.

MobileWalla: Egg-citing apps for Easter fun

It’s almost time for the Easter Bunny to hop, hop, hop on down the bunny trail. Enjoy the following apps that celebrate Easter, bunnies and spring.

Asbestos removed as Broad Street Parkway construction continues

Crews working to remove dangerous asbestos from the path of construction of Broad Street Parkway have found a bit less than anticipated, but still some 17,000 cubic yards of the substance has been...

Participants in the third annual “Street Cred” event at Loon Mountain show their stuff on Sunday in an effort to impress judges who could immediately extend cash bonuses to riders for unique tricks

Loon Boosts Street Cred With Snowboarders

Loon Mountain offered a specially-designed “urban” course for snowboarders this weekend..

NH Easter Egg Hunts 2014

Hop, hop, hop into Easter, New Hampshire! Here's a list of Easter Egg Hunts taking place around the state for 2014!

A crew from Busby Construction of Atkinson places bales of sand in three culverts along Riddle Brook, which flows under Route 101 near Wallace Road in Bedford. Project supervisor Doug Robbins said the work will allow engineers to inspect the pipes to see if they need repairs.

Senate to tackle proposed Route 101 improvements

A vote in the state Senate is expected next month on a 10-year state transportation program which would provide funding for expansion of a two-mile stretch of Route 101.

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Opinion

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

There's fun to be had in cleaning up after a tough winter

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The end of snow brings the start of yard cleanup.

Affordable housing fund gives developers options

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Salem selectmen have approved a trust fund to help establish additional affordable senior housing units in town.

Bedford planning board to hold Wayfarer property site walk

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The planning board will conduct a site walk relating to the redevelopment of the Wayfarer property at 121 S. River Road.

Keith Archambault, service manager at Nashua Outdoor Power, gets a lawn tractor ready for summer.

Spring will be here eventually, so don't wait for the last minute to prep your power equipment

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Spring will be here eventually, so avoid the rush to get your lawn equipment ready.

Nancy Caswell of Jaffrey looks out over the landscape in her back yard where birds and beasts flock. Caswell’s property has become a Certified Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation.

Your yard could be a certified wildlife habitat

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From the balconies of city apartment buildings to the rolling fields of family farms, residents throughout New Hampshire have created wildlife habitats, and for their efforts they have been given a...

Old House and Barn Expo attendees enjoy the expo last year..

Merging modern tastes, historic homes can take an expert's help

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The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance, in preparing for its March 15-16 Old House & Barn Expo, checked with some key sources to explore what's trending and what's classic.

Alicia Spence, of the Timber Framers Guild, uses a hollow chisel mortiser while Bob Spoerl, right, and fellow Guild member Joel McCarty, backround right, work on frame joints with chisels to demonstrate the craft of building a timber frame using historic techniques. The Timber Framers Guild was an exhibitor at last year'ss Old House and Barn Expo at the Center of NH in Manchester.

Showcasing traditional arts at the NH Old House & Barn Expo

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In New Hampshire, people have a great appreciation for history and traditional arts. Many communities are home to artisans dedicated to preserving traditional ways of doing things and making things.

Salem senior housing development taking shape

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Construction on the Braemoor Commons senior housing development is underway and is getting high marks from some Planning Board members.

Jonathan Gibson shows a visitor the lathe dating from 1885 that he uses to create unique and reproduction pewter ware in his Hillsborough shop. Gibson's father started the shop, and when he was ready to retire, “I jumped out of the real estate business and into this and I've been here ever since,” he said.

Jonathan Gibson's craft goes back centuries

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Hillsborough pewterer continues an age-old craft.

On Beam Day, family and friends of Dave Adams got together to hoist into place the two new 400-pound beams the crew had been preparing for weeks. Left, Jim Russo and Brendon Garrett are on the staging; Jeff Wheeler is standing inside the Portsmouth house on the first floor while Eric Heitmann adds more braces to the staging.

Restoring Portsmouth home takes craft and vision

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Dave Adams and his wife, Debby, were only in their 20s when they bought the old house at 210 Gates St. in the South End in 1974.