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Traffic change Wednesday for Keene State move-in day

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Winchester Street in Keene will be closed to through traffic between Ralston and Main streets from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday for new student move-in day

A vehicle exits the western end of the Blair covered bridge.

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Historic Blair Bridge in Campton reopened

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After a year of work, the overhaul of the Blair Bridge is complete and traffic is once again flowing on the single-lane, east-west span over the Pemigewasset River.

Opinion

An adult loon stretches its wings while out fishing in the waters of Clement Pond in Hopkinton. The large diving bird is known for its distinctive plumage and its often eerie calls that echo across the water.

Slow growth for state's loon population

The head biologist and director of The Loon Preservation Committee reported a marginal increase to the state's loon population, but stressed that lead sinkers are still to blame for half of all loon...

RocketDrop is the fastest-growing private NH company on Inc. list

RocketDrop, a wholesale distributor of consumer electronics, including iPhones, scored the highest ranking of any New Hampshire private company in five years in an annual list of fastest-growing,...

Bay State man hurt in Ripley Falls fall

A Massachusetts man severly injured both of his legs after falling nearly 35 feet off Ripley Falls in Harts Location on Saturday.

GZA district office manager John Murphy stands in the lobby of GZA GeoEnvironmental's new office in Bedford, which is nearly twice the size of the firm's former office.

GZA GeoEnvironmental moves to Bedford

Environmental and geotechnical firm GZA GeoEnvironmental has moved its base of operations in New Hampshire from Manchester to Bedford, expanding its office space and overall presence in the Granite...

Rick Ruiz, left, and Tyler Paradise gather broken wine bottles from the floor of their wine bar after an earthquake in Napa, Calif., on Sunday.

6.0 earthquake strikes California wine country

A long, rolling magnitude 6.0 earthquake shook much of the San Francisco Bay Area awake early Sunday, prompting Gov. Jerry Brown to declare a state of emergency.

Steve Pugh of Bedford and co-founder of MVP.AERO Inc., sits aboard the Most Versatile Plane, the MVP, a light sport aircraft that flies, lands on water, ground, ice and snow, and transforms into a fishing boat and camper. Pugh and MVP co-founders are planning to have a flying prototype in about 18 months with full production in about five years. The aircraft will cost $189,000; kits will be available for $169,000.

You can fish, swim and camp - all from the same plane

Ever since he was a kid, Steve Pugh dreamed about being a pilot. He earned his wings in 1980 while working as an accountant in New Guinea, and started flying water-based planes in the U.S.

Tariffs tabled in state energy talks

The New England States Committee on Electricity (NESCOE) was looking for a potential vote next month.

Roger Beaudoin says he’s being taxed too much by the town of Goffstown for his solar panels.

Without an exemption, Goffstown resident must pay high taxes on solar energy panels

Resident Roger Beaudoin calls the taxes he must pay on his solar energy panels "a punishment" by the town of Goffstown.

Environment

Tree talk divides Nashua officials

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A city alderman is hoping to establish a tree policy for the Gate City, but some board members believe it may not be necessary.

City could spend up to $3m on Derryfield Country Club drainage issues

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The city is poised to spend up to $3 million to address long-running drainage problems at the Derryfield Country Club, and make other improvements at the golf course.

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