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State revenues show surplus for 2015

CONCORD – Preliminary figures indicate state revenues were $42.5 million more than estimates for the 2015 fiscal year and $87.1 million more than the prior year.

In Manchester: 5 bedrooms, mountain view, $1.59 million

The five-bedroom, eight-bathroom home, set on more than an acre of well-groomed grounds in the city's North End, is up for sale for $1.59 million.

Ann Chiampa of Londonderry arrives with a bag full of new tools  at the Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity Warehouse in Manchester on Wednesday. Chiampa donated the tools on behalf of the Londonderry Historical Society.

Tool donation offers pour in for Habitat following burglary

An avalanche of donations inundated Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity on Wednesday, a day after word got out that burglars had broken into its job site and made off with expensive power tools...

Seven-figure listings booming thanks to views, land, waterfront

One in every 26 homes for sale in New Hampshire carries at least a million-dollar price tag. From Franconia to Chesterfield to Seabrook, the million-dollar club has spread to 97 cities and towns,...

Guinta primary challenger Innis, husband flip The Hotel Portsmouth

The married couple bought the former Sise Inn in 2013 and converted it into a hip boutique hotel they described as 'something truly unique in downtown Portsmouth.'

Wrangling continues over $11.35b state budget

The partisan budget battle between Republican legislators and Gov. Maggie Hassan continued Tuesday with no quick resolution in sight.

Stacey Levesque and Leo LeBlanc, both of Manchester, are among the volunteers working on the Habitat For Humanity house on Hosley Street in Manchester.

Theft of tools from Habitat for Humanity site throws wrench into triple-decker's conversion

Burglars stole thousands of dollars worth of tools from a Habitat for Humanity site sometime over the weekend, hobbling a five-year project in its home stretch, the leader of the organization said.

Secret Dartmouth plan to replace historic Moosilauke Lodge draws ire of alums

Craig Sakowitz, a 1993 alumnus who helped run the lodge for multiple seasons as an undergraduate, spent last week’s alumni reunion handing out 250 pins to his classmates that read 'Save Moosilauke.'

Driveway alarms come in both wired and wireless models. Brandon Smith/Angie's List

A driveway alarm helps keep track of comings and goings

A few of our experts weigh in on different driveway alert systems and the pros and cons of wired and wireless alarm options.

GFCI outlets a wise refit for homes with older wiring

My home was built in the 1950s, and I don't have these outlets. Should I have one installed?

Life and Leisure

Fourth of July events in NH: Where to see parades, politicians, and pyrotechnics

It's the way we celebrate Independence Day: boom, pop, crackle. Ooohs. Aaahs. Here's a look at what's lighting up the skies around the Granite State during the Fourth of July weekend.

New Hampshire Marine Patrol boats like this one will be out this weekend to clamp down on boaters who are operating under the influence of alcohol.

Have fun, but remember, it’s dangerous out there

Beyond the beaches, the barbecue, the bombast that is July 4th, there is the downside to the holiday. It gnaws away in the gut of every volunteer firefighter, emergency room physician or anxious...

Granite Staters, visitors expecting a big July 4th weekend

MANCHESTER - The holiday weekend was off to a leisurely start Friday downtown, where people were enjoying the balmy weather and preparing for Independence Day celebrations.

State revenues show surplus for 2015

Business taxes continue rebound and rooms and meals continue strong showing for fiscal year that ended Tuesday.

Champion in Action award to AHEAD

Citizens Bank and the New Hampshire Union Leader are providing cash, promotional and volunteer support to Littleton-based nonprofit AHEAD for its veteran support programs.

Safety officials urge caution outdoors

People should know their limits and their surroundings whether swimming, boating or hiking, state safety officials warn.

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Gorham marks Independence Day with four-day festival tradition

Many Granite State communities honor the birth of the United States with a day-long observance, but Gorham, dating back to 1836, traditionally sets aside several days for festivities.

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Home & Garden

IN BLOOM: Fuller Gardens, located at the former estate of Alvan T. Fuller at 10 Willow Ave., North Hampton, will host its annual July Garden Party and Art Show from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 8. A Massachusetts governor, Fuller built a fortune as the first automobile dealer in the nation. He commissioned the gardens as a tribute to his wife, Viola, in the 1920s. Admission is $25; free for members. Music and hors d'oeuvre are on the menu, and artists will be painting in the garden. In addition to thousands of rose bushes, visitors can view English perennial borders, a Japanese Garden and a tropical conservatory. Visit fullergardens.org for more information.

Historic Fuller Gardens annual party upcoming in North Hampton


Fuller Gardens, located at the former estate of Alvan T. Fuller at 10 Willow Ave., North Hampton, will host its annual July Garden Party and Art Show from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 8.

Outgoing Manchester Police Chief David Mara, right, sits next to two volunteers for the Police Athletic League, Gibran Ortiz Perez, center, and Victor Rodriguez, on Wednesday at the kickoff of the initiative to renovate the Michael Briggs Community Center building.

Manchester's PAL building eyes $1 million makeover


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.

Mark Leven of the Bow Heritage Commission rings the bell at the Bow Bog Meeting House to call the community to gather Thursday night.

Bow Bog Meeting House returns to original role after restoration


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.

Mountain ranges form the backdrop for a vibrant palette of blooms in the spring in New Hampshire.

Lupine lovers celebrate colorful landscape throughout June


Butterflies aren’t the only species attracted to the purples, pinks, blues and whites that carpet fields and pastures beneath Franconia, Presidential and Kinsman Mountain ranges at this time of...

Mount Sunapee expansion opponents join forces


The New Hampshire Chapter of the Sierra Club will join with the Friends of Mount Sunapee in a news conference Thursday in presenting more than 1,000 comments from Sunapee-area residents in opposition...

Treasures in Your Attic: Familiar theme in Weller pieces


My grandmother's home during World War II had a signed "Weller" piece. She kept it on a glass shelf among her prized possessions.

Study: Millennials big on gardening, green space


A growing number of millennials who say that gardening and maintaining a nice yard are among their must-dos.

Treasures in Your Attic: Plaques kind of like Wedgwood, except...


'Wedgewood-like' plaques are German jasperware

The first of four buildings at the Bedford Hills apartment complex is set to open this summer.

Bedford Hills apartment complex is opening in July


Local entrepreneur Bill Greiner is expanding his portfolio of businesses in town with his brand-new Bedford Hills apartment complex, set to open its first of four buildings this summer.

Inmate-nurtured garden's bounty on display at annual sale


The annual Correctional Industries four-day plant sale, north of the state prison on N. State St., offers a wide variety of flower, vegetable and herb varieties.