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Tenant testifies against CATCH Neighborhood Housing at opening day of trial in lawsuit

Yesterday was the opening day of trial in a lawsuit Wyrenbeck filed against CATCH Neighborhood Housing, alleging the nonprofit refused to make a reasonable accommodation when she requested a second...

Part of Rockingham Park could be sold

Nearly one-third of the 170-acre Rockingham Park property may be sold to prominent restaurateur Joseph Faro.

WSJ: Jodi Picoult on building her dream home

Today, I live in rural Hanover, N.H., with my husband and three children. Its a beautiful, peaceful place, but like anything idyllic, fate had a hand.

Manchester mayor asks aldermen to hold abandonded property owners accountable

Mayor Ted Gatsas prevailed on the Board of Aldermen on Tuesday to take a tougher tack against the owners of abandoned properties in the city.

Derry property maintenance ordinance would target unsightly downtown areas

Following months of work by a committee, councilors are scheduled to discuss Tuesday night the possibility of amending the property code to address abandoned buildings and unsightly areas in town.

Concord Monitor: Taxpayers can afford $15K to $20K a year per homeless person for housing

Though it may cost $15,000 or $20,000 a year to house each resident, the cost to society is far less than it would otherwise be.

Hassan won't ask for vote on new members of utility project evaluation panel

Gov. Maggie Hassan is not expected to ask the Executive Council to vote today on her two nominations to the Site Evaluation Committee, which decides on major utility projects such as wind farms and...

Gentrified Portsmouth mulls 'ugly' railroad bridges

PORTSMOUTH City resident Robert Hassold is raising concerns about both the condition and appearance of the two Pan Am Railroad bridges that carry railcars through the city.

NH resident sentenced to prison for felony insurance fraud over false claim following storm

The New Hampshire Insurance Department announced that a Nashua, N.H., resident pleaded guilty in Hillsborough County Superior Court on Oct. 9 to two charges of felony insurance fraud and one felony...

Reval drops value of taxable property in Belmont by 17%

BELMONT Town Administrator Jeanne Beaudin told selectmen Monday the total value of taxable property in the town has been reduced by $130 million, or about 17 percent.

Life and Leisure

A woman reads alert on Ebola inside the Bellevue Hospital where Dr. Craig Spencer is being treated for Ebola symptoms in New York October 23, 2014. Spencer, who worked in West Africa with Ebola patients, tested positive for Ebola and is in isolation at the hospital. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH)

New York doctor who worked in West Africa tests positive for Ebola

Ebola turned up in the nation's largest city Thursday when a Manhattan doctor who had treated Ebola victims in Africa tested positive for the potentially deadly virus, officials confirmed.

Woodland Storybook Walk invites attendees to stroll enchanted forest

The enchanted woodlands at Pine Hill Waldorf School will come alive with storybook characters Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to foster the imagination of children. Woodland Storybook Walk is...

NH Club Briefs: Annual spaghetti supper benefits scholarship fund

The New Boston Fire Department Auxiliary's annual Sarah Moody Scholarship Spaghetti Supper is scheduled for 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 8, at the New Boston fire station.

IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE: Frank Capra's tale of George Bailey and his Christmas Eve visit with a guardian angel takes the stage at the Leddy Center's Epping production of “It's a Wonderful Life” this fall.

'It's a Wonderful Life' to be performed at Leddy Center this fall

Frank Capra's tale of George Bailey and his Christmas Eve visit with a guardian angel takes the stage at the Leddy Center's performance of “It's a Wonderful Life.”

Halloween Howl serves up early treats

This year's Halloween Howl , with early trick-or-treating, is set for 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday at downtown businesses.

Enchanted forest grows in Concord

The McLane Audubon Center on Silk Farm Road in Concord will host its annual Enchanted Forest from 4:30 to 9 p.m. Saturday.

NH Club Briefs: Bow Garden Club celebrates 50 years

Members of the Bow Garden Club recently celebrated the club's 50th anniversary with a wine and cheese party, inviting former club presidents and members to join them in their celebration.

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Concord Monitor: Taxpayers can afford $15K to $20K a year per homeless person for housing

Though it may cost $15,000 or $20,000 a year to house each resident, the cost to society is far less than it would otherwise be.

Home & Garden

Bedford planners give final OK to elderly housing development


The Planning Board voted unanimously on Monday night in favor of a request for final approval of a five-unit, detached elderly housing development at 99 Pulpit Road.

Danville stonemason John Wilder has been working with rocks since childhood. “The longer you do it, the better at it you get,” he said.

Danville stonemason John Wilder sees potential in every rock


John Wilder can just look at a rock and know what to do with it. He knows where it goes, knows if it's any good, knows its limits. But more importantly, he knows all that humble rock could be.

Artist Tafi Brown of Alstead shows off one of her smaller pieces of cyanotype quilting. This piece was created from a photo of  the Alstead library. Her pieces typically tell a story or reflect what she is feeling when she makes them.

A potter transformed: Tafi Brown took an unplanned turn to cyanotype quilting


For years, Tafi Brown’s path led to pottery, until one day while at a random workshop, she discovered quilting. And now, for nearly 40 years she has been making cyanotype art quilts.

Firefighters could not stop flames from burning the Woodshed restaurant to the ground on Nov. 28.

Comeback planned for landmark Lakes Region restaurant


The Woodshed Restaurant in Moultonborough, which burned to the ground in a Thanksgiving night fire, is coming back in the form of an 1810 barn that will be moved to the site.

The farm stand at the Devriendt family's 178 South Mast Road property is currently filled with fall harvest produce. Summer crops, like tomatoes, are also still available, says owner Lea Devriendt.

Land buy allows Devriendt Farm to expand, evolve


Devriendt Farm, located at 178 South Mast Road in Goffstown, is preparing to expand onto a nearby 140-acre property, the latest evolution of the family-owned business.

A newly renovated kitchen designed by Meagan Collins of Goedecke Decorating Center in Bedford shows cleaner lines in the transitional decorating trend. Every space is used to add storage for spices, utensils and every day items.

Decorating trends: Transitional style blends traditional and contemporary


If you want to give your home an updated and timeless look, consider transitional style — an interior designing trend that blends classic traditional and contemporary looks.

Windham may auction off unused properties


The Windham board of selectmen will meet again in November to finalize details on the future sale of unused town lands.

Double amputee Iraq War veteran Matt DeWitt and his fiancee, Catrina Peck, stand outside their new home in Hopkinton with sons Levi and Reed. The specially adapted home was donated by Homes for Our Troops, and on Saturday, volunteers gathered to landscape the property.

Community comes together to work on custom dream home for NH veteran's family


A local military family is one step closer to having their dream home ready, thanks to the help of a non-profit organization dedicated to providing custom houses for veterans, the Home Depot, a...

After learning embroidery as a child, Rhonda Besaw of Whitefield began doing beadwork in 1996, which opened her eyes to the rich handcraft traditions of her ancestors.

Whitefield artist's beadwork is a tribute to her Native American ancestry


Rhonda Besaw specializes in traditional and contemporary Wabanaki beadwork.

Bedford Planning Board tables Wayfarer approvals again, citing traffic issues


After being tabled by the Planning Board in August, two final approvals for the proposed John Goffe Plaza on the site of the former Wayfarer Inn were delayed once more by the board at their Monday...