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Authorities detonate suspicious package left near Boston Marathon finish line on one-year anniversary of bombingREADER COMMENTS: 0
On Tuesday evening -- the first anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings -- Boston police evacuated Boylston Street near the marathon's usual finish line and took an unidentified man into custody after two suspicious backpacks were left lying on the street.READER COMMENTS: 0
A 32-year-old Northfield man was “presumed drowned” in the raging waters of the Smith River after taking a dare from two friends Monday night in what state officials said was a dangerous "Polar Plunge" activity at Profile Falls. The missing man has been identified by his father as Aaron Hoyt.READER COMMENTS: 0
“He said the principal and superintendent decided because of my postings on Facebook, I wouldn’t be allowed to coach again this year,” Pomeroy said. “I was upset. I was pretty excited about coaching the kids this year.”READER COMMENTS: 13
After three years of posturing by opponents and supporters of the Northern Pass, the most recent poll on the topic shows the state is still evenly divided. “Attitudes remain mixed,” according to the most recent Granite State Poll, commissioned by WMUR and conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center.READER COMMENTS: 41
The Belmont High School student council has asked the public, particularly alumni of the school, to attend its meeting Wednesdayto discuss whether the school should change its team mascot from the Red Raiders to something less offensive to American Indians.READER COMMENTS: 0
Despite temperatures reaching the high 70s, it was no gentle spring afternoon Monday in New Hampshire.READER COMMENTS: 4
A Portsmouth eye doctor who started a 15-doctor practice received $1.89 million in Medicare payments in 2012, more than any other physician in New Hampshire, according to an expanded list of physicians and other health care providers who bill Medicare.READER COMMENTS: 10
The Board of School Committee voted Monday to drop the residency requirement for top administrators, despite Mayor Ted Gatsas’ strong support for the policy.READER COMMENTS: 0
The Easter Bunny is coming. The Easter Bunny is coming. That's right - it's Easter Weekend, and it's finally starting to feel like spring around here too.
A memorial dugout bench at Barnes Park will honor former youth baseball coach Ralph Silva who passed away this fall.READER COMMENTS: 0
The incredible story of a high-country skier who survived a plunge on an ice slab on Mount Adams made good news for two...READER COMMENTS: 0
On a recent night when all the stars in the Granite United Way Northern Region's firmament shined brightly, that of Ray...READER COMMENTS: 1
Members of New Hampshire's first families past and present gathered Friday at a fundraiser for Bridges House, the...