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Large-scale campsite draws mixed reviews

If approved, the 299-site campground would be among the state’s biggest private RV campsites.

As Epsom campground faces auction, residents face eviction

Norm Gentry, who has owned the property since 2002, owes more than $111,000 in property taxes to the town dating to 2011, Tax Collector Dawn Blackwell said.

Grafton store sells at auction giving residents hope town will have a store once again

'You just made happy campers in the town of Grafton,' resident Rich Blair said.
'Every town needs a store,' replied Larry Wiley, the new owner.

Legal battle and investigation over seized Claremont property ongoing

Claremont — Negotiations between the city and a former Claremont homeowner over the removal of personal property from a seized Windsor Road residence have stalled. Meanwhile, an outside investigation...

State Real Estate Commission chairman resigns his post

Commission chair charged with deceptive practices and unprofessional conduct in a sale of Hampton condominium.

Man takes Sanbornton property tax seizure to high court

LACONIA — A property owner who forfeited his land to the Town of Sanbornton for failure to pay taxes is asking the New Hampshire Supreme Court to decide whether he received proper notice of the tax...

Windham may auction off unused properties

The Windham board of selectmen will meet again in November to finalize details on the future sale of unused town lands.

California firm buys Hooksettt-based Regency Mortgage

In 2013 RPM funded $5.9 billion and Regency funded $505 million. Regency will continue to operate under its current brand and its operations will remain local.

Parading during the four-pony hitch judging is the team from Rich-Lin Farms in Center Bamstead at a past Hopkinton State Fair.

State Fair Association files complaint seeking tax exemption against town of Hopkinton

The Hopkinton State Fair Association is taking the town to court over its tax status, the latest development in a nearly yearlong dispute. In April, the Hopkinton Board …

Travis York of Griffin York and Krause holds architectural plans for the redesign of the Sullivan Cigar building he purchased on Canal Street in Manchester.

New owner of Manchester landmark brings building back to the family

All the time Travis York was considering new locations for his GYK Antler marketing and advertising agency, he overlooked perhaps the most obvious choice.

Life and Leisure

Executive Council approves removal of Exit 12 Merrimack tollbooths

The state stopped collecting tolls on the north and southbound ramps July 18, which is expected to cut turnpike revenue by about $600,000 a year.

A second 20,000-square-foot New Hampshire Liquor & Wine Outlet is set to open on Friday.

Liquor Commission to open a second big outlet on I-93 in Hooksett

The New Hampshire Liquor Commission plans to open a second 20,000-square-foot New Hampshire Liquor & Wine Outlet on Friday as part of the redevelopment of the Interstate 93 Hooksett Welcome Centers.

Hard cider, and revisiting an original

Cider and an American original beer

Atmosphere, value at the Riverworks

This week's choice of restaurant was the work of the Teenage Bottomless Pit, whom I had made plans to meet for a quick bite while I was over on the Seacoast one Saturday afternoon.

The farm stand at the Devriendt family's 178 South Mast Road property is currently filled with fall harvest produce. Summer crops, like tomatoes, are also still available, says owner Lea Devriendt.

Land buy allows Devriendt Farm to expand, evolve

Devriendt Farm, located at 178 South Mast Road in Goffstown, is preparing to expand onto a nearby 140-acre property, the latest evolution of the family-owned business.

Mountain biking is gaining popularity as seen by the many high school students and coaches at a Sept. 24 race at Kennett High School in North Conway. From left to right are Andrew Luongo, RJ Humphreys, Coach David Finch, Parker Coleman and Coach Nick Kovaliv. The students from Wilton and Lyndeborough are competing in their first year of mountain biking. Luongo and Coleman compete for WLC and former WLC student Humphreys competes for Gould Academy.



Kathleen Baglio Humphreys

Mountain bikers ot just spinning their wheels

The Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op is offering a new activity this fall. On Sept. 17, the school board approved a mountain bike club and one week later, two athletes competed in their first mountain bike...

A newly renovated kitchen designed by Meagan Collins of Goedecke Decorating Center in Bedford shows cleaner lines in the transitional decorating trend. Every space is used to add storage for spices, utensils and every day items.

Decorating trends: Transitional style blends traditional and contemporary

If you want to give your home an updated and timeless look, consider transitional style — an interior designing trend that blends classic traditional and contemporary looks.

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The farm stand at the Devriendt family's 178 South Mast Road property is currently filled with fall harvest produce. Summer crops, like tomatoes, are also still available, says owner Lea Devriendt.

Land buy allows Devriendt Farm to expand, evolve

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Devriendt Farm, located at 178 South Mast Road in Goffstown, is preparing to expand onto a nearby 140-acre property, the latest evolution of the family-owned business.

A newly renovated kitchen designed by Meagan Collins of Goedecke Decorating Center in Bedford shows cleaner lines in the transitional decorating trend. Every space is used to add storage for spices, utensils and every day items.

Decorating trends: Transitional style blends traditional and contemporary

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If you want to give your home an updated and timeless look, consider transitional style — an interior designing trend that blends classic traditional and contemporary looks.

Windham may auction off unused properties

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The Windham board of selectmen will meet again in November to finalize details on the future sale of unused town lands.

Double amputee Iraq War veteran Matt DeWitt and his fiancee, Catrina Peck, stand outside their new home in Hopkinton with sons Levi and Reed. The specially adapted home was donated by Homes for Our Troops, and on Saturday, volunteers gathered to landscape the property.

Community comes together to work on custom dream home for NH veteran's family

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A local military family is one step closer to having their dream home ready, thanks to the help of a non-profit organization dedicated to providing custom houses for veterans, the Home Depot, a...

After learning embroidery as a child, Rhonda Besaw of Whitefield began doing beadwork in 1996, which opened her eyes to the rich handcraft traditions of her ancestors.

Whitefield artist's beadwork is a tribute to her Native American ancestry

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Rhonda Besaw specializes in traditional and contemporary Wabanaki beadwork.

Bedford Planning Board tables Wayfarer approvals again, citing traffic issues

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After being tabled by the Planning Board in August, two final approvals for the proposed John Goffe Plaza on the site of the former Wayfarer Inn were delayed once more by the board at their Monday...

Salem senior housing project could require encroachment into wetlands buffer zone

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The Conservation Commission is looking for more information on where a detention basin can be built on a proposed 16-unit senior housing project off Pleasant Street before it considers granting a...

Salem mausoleum owner looks to develop housing on site

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The owner of a mausoleum at 23 Pond Road is looking to develop senior housing on the 18-acre property.

Rosaly Bass moved to New Hampshire with her husband, Perkins, in 1973 and immediately started gardening.

Rosaly Bass' Peterborough kitchen garden grew to a certified organic 25-acre farm

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It starts with a plot of dirt and hope. For 77-year-old Rosaly Bass, that hope took her from a quarter-acre kitchen garden to a 25-acre career and two books.

Some remnants of the Wayfarer Inn, including the footbridge, will be removed by TFMoran in the renovation process. Others, like the mill building, will remain.

Proposed development on Wayfarer site gets green light from conservation group

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The new John Goffe Plaza, a mixed-use development being built on the site of the former Wayfarer Inn and future home of the Bedford Whole Foods Market, is one step closer to fruition after receiving...