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Mark Hayward's City Matters: A country for old men

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Manchester has a place for old men to sit and talk about the weather. And history. And health. And computers. And — because this is New Hampshire — guns. Welcome to the New Hampshire...

Looking Back with Aurore Eaton: A Civil War tragedy - Elinus Morrison of Manchester

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One of the most unusual incidents of the American Civil War was the Confederate raid on the town of St. Albans, Vermont, that was carried out on October 19, 1864. A band of escaped Southern prisoners...

Joe McQuaid's Publisher's Notes: '3-G' may go, but 'Memories 2' is coming

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Attention, fans of “Apartment 3-G”: The renters are in grave danger of being evicted from our comics page.

Scene in Manchester: City Food Co-op is a fresh idea

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I recently was accosted by a young woman in a pea-pod suit, and then I became the 869th member of the Manchester Food Co-op.

John Harrigan -- Deer, coyotes, ravens: Emerging signs of spring

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There are coyotes all around me, and I've never considered them a problem or a threat, just a fact of life - part of the scene and at times pretty good company.

Dick Pinney's Guidelines: Heading to fish Lake Ontario with an old friend

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We'll be heading to Lake Ontario sometime within a week or so and this is more than just a fishing trip.

Cheryl Kimball's Nature Talks: Time to open the windows and let sounds of nature in

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Like muscle memory in sports, the arrival of a new season sets up sensory expectations. In the case of spring, hearing is a key one of the five senses called into service.

Joe McQuaid - Publisher's Notebook: Veteran newsman Toole returning to fold

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Former Union Leader reporter and editor John Toole is returning to the newspaper as its managing editor.

Mark Hayward's City Matters: An exercise in getting better

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A statewide, experimental program is getting people with mental illness out of lonely apartments and into gyms.

Aurore Eaton's Looking Back: Saxie Pike's legacy was music

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After his three-month enlistment in the 1st New Hampshire Volunteer Regiment (from early May to early August 1861), Francis Harvey “Saxie” Pike rejoined the war effort.

Aurore Eaton's Looking Back: Saxie Pike's legacy was music

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After his three-month enlistment in the 1st New Hampshire Volunteer Regiment (from early May to early August 1861), Francis Harvey “Saxie” Pike rejoined the war effort.

The new owners of Manchester's Ignite and Hooked restaurants are, from left, Tumseen

Katie McQuaid's Scene in Manchester: 'A perfect fit' at Hanover Street eateries

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No major changes are planned at two popular restaurants on Hanover Street in Manchester that are now under new management.

0 John Harrigan: Skier's tumble offers lessons on two fronts

0 Nature Talks: Temperature is key to when raccoons become active

3 Mark Hayward's City Matters: Sidewalk to nowhere

2 Drew Cline: How NH Dems made Havenstein eligible for governor

0 Aurore Eaton's Looking Back: Saxie Pike was a hero of the march through Baltimore

0 Joe McQuaid's Publisher's Notebook: From comics to people, lot of changes afoot

0 Katie McQuaid's Scene in Manchester: Toss out computer, not your info

1 About mountain lions and stockpiling deer

1 Dick Pinney's Guidelines: Walk the extra mile for good trout fishing

0 Sharing bird sightings online is a fun way to learn

3 Mark Hayward's City Matters: Old injury a pain for would-be firefighter

7 Edward Duncan: There is plenty of support for the death penalty in the Bible

0 Looking Back with Aurore Eaton: Saxie Pike's glorious life unfolds in the public eye

0 Joe McQuaid's Publisher's Notebook: Age may change, but not our standards

0 Katie McQuaid's Scene in Manchester: A chance to meet stars of GoShopNH

0 John Harrigan: Too much time to think about all of this stuff

0 Dick Pinney's Guidelines: Open water will be scarce on April 1

0 Column completes 52nd year, will now run biweekly

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