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Claremont to negotiate $1 sale of historic Sawtooth Building

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City Councilors unanimously agreed Wednesday to allow city staff to negotiate a $1 sale of the historic Sawtooth Building on Main Street to a Lebanon-based nonprofit that plans to invest hundreds of...

Hampton board denies appeal in beach condo complaint over AT&T antennas

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Hampton Beach condo owners who say they weren't told about the possible installation of heavy telecom equipment in a waterfront development saw their appeal denied this month by a zoning board.

Government contractor racked up failed projects but carries on

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When New Hampshire's Department of Administrative Services severed ties with TLT last October from work on a National Guard training facility in Pembroke and prohibited TLT from bidding in New...

Boston Globe: Who lives on those islands in Lake Winnipesaukee?

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LAKE WINNIPESAUKEE, N.H. What do you do when you have a cozy ... If you dream of retreating to a New Hampshire island some day, this is just one type ...

Real estate transfer tax proposal pulled off table

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A proposal earlier this month by state revenue officials to extend the real estate transfer tax to ground leases of fewer than 30 years or more has Republicans crying foul and the governor's office...

Portsmouth blame game over $450K public housing window snafu

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PORTSMOUTH People involved in the historic Connors Cottage senior housing project disagree on who is to blame for the failure of windows installed there.

Salem planners OK four-lot subdivision plan

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The Planning Board has approved Richard Mika's plan for a four-lot subdivision on Lakeshore Road and Goodridge Avenue.

Foreclosure rates continue to fall in Manchester-Nashua

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Foreclosure activity in Manchester-Nashua was lower than the national foreclosure rate, which was 1.73 percent for the month.

More details emerge on Balsams plans as work continues behind the scenes

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The Purely Balsams on-line URLs have been secured, the resort will have an on-site greenhouse to continue growing in the off-season, and the Culinary School will be reinstated.

Claremont investigates how tax eviction of property owner was mishandled

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Lawyer for man who lost home for unpaid taxes questions process,

Life and Leisure

Ed Crawford, owner of Winnisquam Marine, and daughter Julie Crawford, who is a manager at the business, stand with their most popular boats — pontoon boats.

Marina dealers say boat sales are on the rise

Weekend after weekend of beautiful weather is being credited in part with what marina owners statewide are calling a boom in boat sales this summer.

Kegan Morris of Plaistow, 12, pulls on a sail line Wednesday afternoon aboard the Lynx, a replica of a War of 1812 privateer.

Tall ships offering history at sea in Sail Portsmouth

Thirty-six passengers enjoyed a Wednesday afternoon cruise on the Lynx, a replica of a War of 1812 privateer, as part of the 2014 Sail Portsmouth event that continues through Sunday.

This is a proposed ad from Market Basket customers.

Market Basket customers mobilize to help workers

Customers promise to stick with workers and are raising money for a full page ad in the Lowell Sun to blast the board and shareholders.

With Market Basket shelves bare, fresh produce from the Salem Farmers Market could be more popular than ever this weekend.

Salem Farmers Market organizers planning for big turnout

The Salem Farmers Market is reliably one of the busiest and best attended in the state. But this Sunday's market looks like it could be the busiest it has ever seen.

A Honduran homemaker is pictured with her water filtration unit. This is the type of device that will be deployed as part of a project being organized by the Milford and Danli, Honduras, Rotary clubs.

Milford Rotary spearheads water, sanitation project to help Honduran families

The Milford Rotary Club and the Danli, Honduras, Rotary Club have announced that the Rotary Foundation has approved a Global Grant for a project that, when completed, will improve the health of 425...

Shelters, pantries benefit from Market Basket donations

Homeless shelters, food pantries — and even pigs — are benefiting from donated food during the ongoing Market Basket dispute.

Market Basket employees Yvonne Despres and Gino Demambro wait in aisle 2 at the Milford Market Basket for customers.

Market Basket employees and customers remain loyal to their former CEO

Visit any Market Basket and the parking lot is empty, except for a few customers or employee's vehicles, the food isles are desolate, shelves not well stocked and produce and vegetables non-existent...

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Opinion

Audubonmagazine.org: Pulling the plug on an energy project in New England

Reviled throughout New Hampshire, the Northern Pass is the name of a corporate partnership consisting of Canada's Hydro-Quebec (the world's largest hydroelectric producer, owned by the provincial...

Nashoba Publishing: Beware permission to survey your land by Tennessee Gas

Representatives from Tennessee Gas may be coming to your door to ask your permission to survey your land for the proposed pipeline, or they may have been to see you already.

Video: Businessman alleges NH, Mass. corruption; issues $1M challenge for an honest lawyer

In this interview , we follow up with Mike Gill to talk about the court hearing we invited you the public to be part of the Jury. Mike Gill offers on the show a $1,000,000.00 for an honest lawyer to...

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

With Market Basket shelves bare, fresh produce from the Salem Farmers Market could be more popular than ever this weekend.

Salem Farmers Market organizers planning for big turnout

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The Salem Farmers Market is reliably one of the busiest and best attended in the state. But this Sunday's market looks like it could be the busiest it has ever seen.

Nashua developer Gerald Nash

Developer Jerry Nash leaves legacy of honest real estate deals

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In addition to his success as a New Hampshire real estate mogul, and his fame for being one of the most active developers in the state, Gerald “Jerry” Nash was a man of his word,...

Enzo Scott, 8, of Auburn feels the runoff as Garden Manager Tracy Morley pours water on a clump of straw while giving a lesson in the 4-H Teaching Garden at Massabesic Audubon Center in Auburn last week. Also pictured is Jacob Sevigny, 10, of Bedford.

More than plants grow in 4-H Teaching Garden

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Lessons in helping others are growing in a garden plot on the grounds of the Massabesic Audubon Center.

Salem planners OK four-lot subdivision plan

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The Planning Board has approved Richard Mika's plan for a four-lot subdivision on Lakeshore Road and Goodridge Avenue.

Real Fallu shows off some of the daylilies providing a blaze of midsummer color in his Goffstown perennial garden.

Acres of summer color, without irrigation

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Tucked away from the winding street at 425 Tibbetts Hill Road is the home of Real and Leslie Fallu — a property filled with brilliant, fiery color in the second half of July each year, courtesy...

An aerial view of the plot at 12-8-4 Kilton Road, which would include a health club, retail building and restaurant.

Bedford health club proposal raises concerns

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Residents who live near a proposed health club, to be built at the corner of Kilton Road and Sullivan Drive, expressed concerns over the project at Monday night's planning board meeting.

Artist Mauli McDonald with an armful of raw materials for her designs.

Nature is the essential medium for Sunapee-area artist Mauli McDonald

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From childhood fantasies of fairy houses and unicorns, a career as a botanical artist is born.

An aerial view of the plot where the mixed-use development, including an 116-unit senior apartment building, would be built.

Developer spells out mixed-use plan for Bedford project

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A proposed mixed-use development, including a 55-and-older housing facility, at 379 South River Road is one step closer to fruition after a request for conceptual review at Monday night's Planning...

In anticipation of the July 14 start of the 2014 season, Sheila Fabrizio on Wednesday inspects the incoming blueberry crop at Windy Ridge Orchard and Christmas Tree Farm in North Haverhill. There are 1,000 pick-your-own, high-bush blueberry plants, divided among five varieties, on a two-acre parcel at the orchard which is also well known this time of year for its blueberry pancakes and blueberry wine.

Despite late start in growing season, North Country's blueberry picking season soon to be here

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Despite a slight delay due to a colder-than-normal spring, the 2014 blueberry season will soon be here and it should be delicious, say North Country growers and agriculture officials.

Terri McKinnon walks along a path through perennials in the yard in Goffstown.

Good neighbors make great gardens in Goffstown

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That three special gardens in greater Manchester are right beside each other is mostly a (very big) coincidence.