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Former driver ed chief indicted

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Michael Dubisz, who resigned last October as director of the financially troubled Manchester School Driver's Education program,...

Manager George Grondin arranges forsythia bushes at Faulkner's Landscaping & Nursery in Hooksett on Friday.

Garden centers hope to dig out of early-season hole

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Garden centers and many of their customers are waiting for warmer weather and...

California-based SolarCity is looking to lease space in Manchester and employ up to 100 people to install rooftop solar. This image came from the company's website.

SolarCity dawning in state

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SolarCity, headquartered in San Mateo, Calif., has been looking for space in Manchester and is close to leasing a...

Licensed drug and alcohol counselor Brian Cressy poses in the group meeting room at  Recover Together on South Willow Street.

Chain of addiction treatment centers flourishing

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Jeff DeFlavio first opened a clinic in Claremont in February 2014 and found there was a great need to help those hooked on heroin...

Battle over officer's role in woman's will heads to court

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The mental state of a wealthy elderly woman who willed a large chunk of her $2.7 million estate to a Portsmouth police sergeant...

Adam Bidwell of International Mountain Equipment of North Conway on Sunday points to the village of Gorak Shep on a map of the Himalaya Mountains in Nepal where a group of climbers led by IME co-owners Rick and Celia Wilcox have taken refuge following a massive earthquake on Saturday that damaged much of the country and also caused a deadly avalanche on Mount Everest. The North Conway climbers were all safe, said Bidwell, but it was not known when they would return to the U.S.

NH climbers stranded in Nepal

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For a second consecutive year, the close-knit mountaineering community here is mourning a tragedy in Nepal, most recently...

Runners pause as the Portsmouth Police Relief Association's Pipe and Drum band performs

'I know he'll never be forgotten'

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Nearly 800 runners and walkers participated in the 4th annual Chief Maloney Unity Run held Sunday.

Doug, Max, and Trevor Hentz at their summer home on Lake Winnipesaukee on Sunday.

Ice-Out brings summer-home dwellers to lakes

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It wasn't exactly balmy weather on Lake Winnipesaukee Sunday. A steady wind blew a chop on the lake water, which was swelling...

BILL O'BRIEN

Draft Bill O'Brien for U.S. Senate primary on Facebook

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't is time to find someone to defend New Hampshire today not advocated from the failed Republican tactics from 20 years ago.'

Casino efforts get a boost

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Look at upcoming casino vote in the House.

Battle over officer's role in woman's will heads to court

The mental state of a wealthy elderly woman who willed a large chunk of her $2.7 million estate to a Portsmouth police sergeant was the focus of the first day of testimony Monday in a courtroom battle that could undo her will.

MICHAEL DUBISZ

Former driver ed chief indicted

Michael Dubisz, who resigned last October as director of the financially troubled Manchester School Driver's Education program, has been indicted for allegedly stealing more than $10,000 students paid for driving lessons.

Licensed drug and alcohol counselor Brian Cressy poses in the group meeting room at  Recover Together on South Willow Street.

Chain of addiction treatment centers flourishing

Jeff DeFlavio first opened a clinic in Claremont in February 2014 and found there was a great need to help those hooked on heroin or prescription medication.

Manager George Grondin arranges forsythia bushes at Faulkner's Landscaping & Nursery in Hooksett on Friday.

Garden centers hope to dig out of early-season hole

Wait for it ... Wait for it.

Garden centers and many of their customers are waiting for warmer weather and drier ground before digging into their gardens and yards.

"They’re getting cabin fever," said Robert Demers, co-owner of Demers Garden Center in Manchester. "They’re tired of being inside the house and wanting to get out."

Battle over officer's role in woman's will heads to court

The mental state of a wealthy elderly woman who willed a large chunk of her $2.7 million estate to a Portsmouth police sergeant was the focus of the first day of testimony Monday in a courtroom battle that could undo her will.

MICHAEL DUBISZ

Former driver ed chief indicted

Michael Dubisz, who resigned last October as director of the financially troubled Manchester School Driver's Education program, has been indicted for allegedly stealing more than $10,000 students paid for driving lessons.

Licensed drug and alcohol counselor Brian Cressy poses in the group meeting room at  Recover Together on South Willow Street.

Chain of addiction treatment centers flourishing

Jeff DeFlavio first opened a clinic in Claremont in February 2014 and found there was a great need to help those hooked on heroin or prescription medication.

Manager George Grondin arranges forsythia bushes at Faulkner's Landscaping & Nursery in Hooksett on Friday.

Garden centers hope to dig out of early-season hole

Wait for it ... Wait for it.

Garden centers and many of their customers are waiting for warmer weather and drier ground before digging into their gardens and yards.

"They’re getting cabin fever," said Robert Demers, co-owner of Demers Garden Center in Manchester. "They’re tired of being inside the house and wanting to get out."

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Derry council approves grant for bulletproof vests for officers

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Council approves grant for bullet proof vests for Derry Officers

Sen. Jeanne Shaheen talks with girls at Girls Inc. in Nashua about her bill currently before Congress to put a female American historical figure on the $20 bill.

Shaheen spreads support for Women on the Twenty Act

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As part of her initiative to promote the Women on the Twenty Act, U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., visited Girls Inc. yesterday to discuss her recently introduced legislation that would have a woman represented on American paper currency.

Chris Sununu says he will consider a run for governor

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Consideration of pursuing a higher office comes as Waterville Valley Resort announced that Sununu, its chief executive officer and general manager for the past couple of years, would be wearing one less hat. He will remain CEO, while Tim Smith has been promoted to general manager.

Trump: He knows if he’s running but we’ll have to wait to find out

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When the billionaire brought his presidential exploration back to New Hampshire on Monday, he sounded like he had fully explored the waters.

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