While state law mandates that charities get 35 percent of gross revenues (after prizes) when they sponsor casino-style games of chance, there's no such requirement for bingo games and the popular "lucky 7" tickets sold at those games.
An introduction to amateur radio, or Ham Radio, will be offered Saturday, April 12, from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Manchester Red Cross Blood Center, 425 Reservoir Ave.
On Wednesday, March 19, at 6:30 p.m., Dr. Aaron Remenschneider and two registered nurses, Deb Trocchi and Maureen Martinez - all of whom were on duty at Mass. Eye and Ear Infirmary during the bombing of last year's Boston Marathon - will describe what it was like in the emergency room that day.
Austin Snell, a sophomore at Campbell High School in Litchfield, makes some final adjustments before his team enters its robot in a FIRST Robotics Competition at the University of New Hampshire on Friday. (JASON SCHREIBER/union Leader Correspondent)
Anything can happen when you build a robot that's supposed to score a ball in a goal. A rookie team from Fall Mountain Regional High School in Landgon found that out on the second day of the District FIRST Robotics Competition.
According to state records, Manchester bingo consultant Two Boys LLC has earned $1.46 million in service fees from charities since Jamie Timbas started the company in 2006.
The contract between the New Hampshire Liquor Commission and its new warehouse operator sets very high standards for performance.
Vintage snowmobiles on display Saturday as part of the 22nd Annual Swift Diamond Riders' at Coleman State Park. (JOHN KOZIOL/Union Leader Correspondent)
For just a little while, this tiny Coos County town quadrupled its population by attracting nearly 5,000 visitors - many of whom rode in from the nearby, extensive snowmobile trail system - for the 22nd annual Swift Diamond Riders' Snodeo.
New Hampshire native Aliy Zirkle held the lead spot Saturday in the 975-mile Iditarod Sled Dog Race in Alaska.
The Air National Guard Station at Pease is "very likely'' for a $40 million project to expand aerial refueling operations, an official said.
Any concern that voters in the Gorham Randolph Sherburne (GRS) Cooperative School District might not support the GRS school board's proposed plan for an unexpected $540,000 in revenue from the state proved to be unfounded.
Of the more than 150 residents who attended Pembroke School District Meeting on Saturday, not one spoke out against the proposed three-year contract for district's teachers, which passed overwhelmingly by voice vote.
After several weeks of investigation, police have made an arrest in a theft that depleted a local nonprofit of more than $13,000.
Voters were not in the mood for debate at Saturday's school district meeting at the high school, easily passing the district's operating budget and contracts for teachers and custodians.
Two men have logged more than 10,000 miles driving up and down and back and forth across the top half of New Hampshire this winter. They're running to succeed the late Ray Burton as executive councilor for District 1, with the special election Tuesday.
A firefighter continues cleanup work at the scene of a four-alarm fire in Pittsfield on Thursday night. The fire destroyed a pizza dough company that has clients across the country. (NANCY BEAN FOSTER/Union Leader Correspondent)
A four-alarm fire at the Rustic Crust pizza and dough production facility on Thursday destroyed the building, and the company is already working to set up a new shop.
Firefighters battled a two-alarm heavy fire at a vacant building at the intersection of Bridge and Amory streets Saturday night.
A police officer and a firefighter worked together Saturday to rescue a beagle named "Ringo" who had fallen into the icy Lamprey River.
Police are looking for a bearded, middle-aged man who held up Lake Street Convenience Store Friday evening.
A transient man who allegedly briefly suffocated his girlfriend's 3-year-old girl was arrested Friday on felony assault charges.
A small plane crashed on the town's winter ice runway this morning, but no one was hurt. The pilot, a 66-year-old man from Hampton Falls, "came in a little sideways" as he tried to land on the 2,400-foot airstrip at about 9:45 a.m. on Alton Bay, according to Fire Department Capt. Mike Viscariello.
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