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Market Basket orders employees to return to work

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Market Basket's co-CEOs said workers can return "without fear of penalty" and the company also will begin advertising to hire new workers, according to a statement released Wednesday.

Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas and Superintendent Debra Livingston were among the six Queen City officials present to negotiate with their Hooksett counterparts Wednesday night.

Hooksett and Manchester take first step toward future high school deal

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Last year, Hooksett negotiated an early break from its 20-year contract with Manchester. The mediated settlement resulted in a five-year deal that allowed current Hooksett high schoolers to continue attending Central and West, while providing the district leverage to negotiate a long-term deal with Pinkerton Academy of Derry.

Kerry Joseph

Dover man sought in Rochester shooting

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Rochester police have identified a Dover man being sought for shooting another man in the chest along Lafayette Street Tuesday.

A posting on the Bring Abby Home Facebook page.

Supporters are now 'Abby Strong'

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The group of friends and volunteers who led the nine-month social media search for Abigail Hernandez through the “Bring Abby Home” pages has transformed itself into a daily source of support for Abigail, lately carrying the motto “Abby Strong.”

Canobie Lake Park shuts down popular ride

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Canobie Lake Park has closed its newest ride, the Equinox. A spokesman for the park said the ride, which has been open for less than two years, will remain closed for the foreseeable future.

Months later, cause of Canterbury logger's death remains a mystery

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Six months after the unexplained death of Canterbury logger Mark Kelso, homicide prosecutors say they're still waiting to say what killed him while in the woods on a quiet Sunday morning.

Merrimack zoning officials deny AT&T cell tower request

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A controversial proposal to construct a cell tower in a residential neighborhood drew dozens of people to Wednesday's zoning board meeting, where numerous opponents voiced concern.

Lawrence Buswell, 53, takes the witness stand in his own defense on Wednesday in Rockingham County Superior Court. He faces two counts of felonious sexual assault.

Lawyer takes stand in his own defense at sex assault trial

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Plaistow lawyer Lawrence Buswell testified in his own defense on Wednesday, denying he had sex in July 2011 with the 15-year-old boy who accused him of rape.

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Trial involving former Derry town administrator delayed

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The trial of former Town Administrator John Anderson on charges of indecent exposure and lewdness has been postponed until 8:30 a.m. on Aug. 19, according to 10th Circuit court officials.

Manchester-based refugee group says it's too early to expand to Seacoast

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Although a Manchester-based refugee group has ties to businesses in the Seacoast, the organization decided it is too early to determine whether it could expand in the tri-city area.

Dean Kamen says public not FDA to blame for slow pace of medical device innovation

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Medtech entrepreneur Dean Kamen, founder of DEKA Research and Development Corp., and recipient of the 2014 Medical Design Excellence Awards Lifetime Achievement Award, told an audience at MD&M East 2014 that FDA regulators aren't to blame for stalling innovation in the medical device industry.

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A posting on the Bring Abby Home Facebook page.

Supporters are now 'Abby Strong'

Canobie Lake Park shuts down popular ride

Months later, cause of Canterbury logger's death remains a mystery

Merrimack zoning officials deny AT&T cell tower request

Lawrence Buswell, 53, takes the witness stand in his own defense on Wednesday in Rockingham County Superior Court. He faces two counts of felonious sexual assault.

Lawyer takes stand in his own defense at sex assault trial

JOHN ANDERSON

Trial involving former Derry town administrator delayed

Manchester-based refugee group says it's too early to expand to Seacoast

Dean Kamen says public not FDA to blame for slow pace of medical device innovation

Gorham man arraigned for kidnapping Abigail Hernandez, but details remain scarce

Fred Greene, of Manchester, continues to shop at the Elm Street Market Basket but has to get some essentials at Hannafords.

Market Basket community waits and watches

Hooksett and Manchester school officials seek new deal

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Mass. man charged in car registration tax dodge

Police say youths at New Boston underage drinking party resisted arrest

Man hospitalized following Rochester shooting; suspect still at large

Joseph Cespedes

Ex-Manchester police officer pleads guilty to felonies related to helping drug dealer

Nashua developer Gerald Nash

Developer Jerry Nash leaves legacy of honest real estate deals

Weekend "Top 10" Planner: August 1-3, 2014

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Ex-Manchester police officer pleads to felonies related to helping drug dealer

June N.H. home sales surpass 2005 record

Market Basket's board considering multiple suitors

Berlin's Jericho ATV Festival extended to 3 days

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Having grown into one of the largest and most popular events of its kind on the East Coast and boasting a new, secret...

When company comes, opt for variety

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We found ourselves with a variety of wines this week as we had company coming for dinner on Saturday.

Public sails will be offered in Portsmouth Wednesday, Thursday and Friday on the Lynx, a replica of a War of 1812 clipper privateer.

Replicas of 19th century ships to sail off Seacoast

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This week's 2014 Sail Portsmouth event will showcase a bit of nautical history on the seacoast, with public tours and...

Enzo Scott, 8, of Auburn feels the runoff as Garden Manager Tracy Morley pours water on a clump of straw while giving a lesson in the 4-H Teaching Garden at Massabesic Audubon Center in Auburn last week. Also pictured is Jacob Sevigny, 10, of Bedford.

More than plants grow in 4-H Teaching Garden

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Lessons in helping others are growing in a garden plot on the grounds of the Massabesic Audubon Center.