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Gov. Maggie Hassan

Hassan vetoes bill requiring parental notice

Bill would require teachers to provide parents two weeks' notice if sex education or sexual material would be taught.

FORMER LIQUOR STORE FOR SALE: The New Hampshire Liquor Commission announced Friday it is selling its former liquor store on South Broadway in Salem. The property is valued at $3.5 million.

'Veteran' Salem state liquor store to be sold

The former state liquor store on South Broadway in Salem is for sale.

Q&A with builder/developer Eric Chinburg

'Even if you buy a house for $1 you can still lose money and every project has different economics. There is no sure thing as costs and demands shift all the time.'

Rye waterfront access fight back in court

RYE – Rockingham County Superior Court Judge Margeurite Wageling toured beach access property at Wentworth by the Sea golf course Thursday morning prior to continued court hearings regarding the...

Real estate Q&A: Does landlord need to provide heat?

We recently moved into a new rental with three window air conditioning units and no heater. We asked what we would do for heat this winter and were told that we would need to buy a portable heater.

5 first-time homebuyer mistakes

First-time homebuyers often learn the hard way that making a wrong turn during this process is costly and stressful.

Average rate for 30-year mortgage edges up to 4.02 percent, Freddie Mac says

Mortgage rates are looking stable amid an improving housing market, with Freddie Mac's latest survey showing that lenders were offering 30-year fixed-rate home loans this week at an average interest...

High Court upholds broad housing discrimination claims

A divided U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday embraced a broad interpretation of discrimination claims allowed under the landmark Fair Housing Act, a blow to lenders and insurers that face such lawsuits...

Republican lawmakers approve $11.35 billion state budget; governor's veto awaits

Republican lawmakers Wednesday approved an $11.35 billion spending plan that Gov. Maggie Hassan has vowed to veto.

Rental housing prices continue to rise In New Hampshire, 2-bedroom tops $1,157 a month

The median cost to rent a two bedroom apartment, plus utilities, in New Hampshire these days? $1,157 a month, according to this year’s Residential Rental Cost Survey from the New Hampshire Housing...

Life and Leisure

Tim Dolan lines up a shot  while playing 18 holes at the The Hollows Disc Golf Course with his sidekick, Mooney, in Manchester on Friday.

Disc golf course takes flight in Manchester

About 70 people attended a ceremonial ribbon-cutting held last night at The Hollows, the city's municipally-owned disc golf course constructed along a span of about 70 acres of heavily wooded land...

Traffic concerns aired by Hooksett residents

Revving engines, buses hitting potholes, trash — residents of Martins Ferry Road said it's not just excessive speed but safety and quality of life concerns that have prompted complaints about...

Treasures in Your Attic: If it's from Virginia, this old gaming table is a big winner

I have a mahogany turn-top game table that I am hoping you can help me identify. I believe it is a backgammon table because of the original oil cloth backgammon liner in the drawer.

One of the most iconic images in the North Country -- the Stark Covered Bridge and the Stark Union Church – are shown here on Saturday evening on the occasion of the bridge's re-opening following a $1.4 million rehabilitation.

North Country marks re-opening of Stark's iconic covered bridge

No one — not even the engineering company that did the latest renovation — knows exactly when the first Stark covered bridge was built to connect New Hampshire Route 110 and Northside...

New Hampshire 2015 July 4th fireworks and celebrations

The most comprehensive list of planned fireworks displays, parades and Independence Day celebrations taking place across the Granite State on and around the 4th of July, 2015!

Skiers enjoy the late-season sunshine and warmth in mid-April at Cannon Mountain in Franconia. Cannon and the state's other Alpine as well as Nordic ski resorts reported an increase in total attendance that made the 2014-2015 season the fourth best on record.

John Koziol

Banner season for NH's ski industry

As they make the switch to summer, New Hampshire's Nordic and Alpine ski resorts are celebrating a successful 2014-2015 season and looking forward to more of the same in 2015-2016.

Laurette Hudon, center, is joined by four generations of her family during her 100th birthday party. From left, her great-granddaughter Aliza Holloway, great-great-granddaughter Rayauna Holloway, daughter Annette (Labrecque) Bowsher and granddaughter Dona Roberts.

Generations come together for NH's woman's 100th birthday

Laurette Hudon of Goffstown celebrated her 100th birthday on June 6 with many friends and family, including many fifth generation members.

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Outgoing Manchester Police Chief David Mara, right, sits next to two volunteers for the Police Athletic League, Gibran Ortiz Perez, center, and Victor Rodriguez, on Wednesday at the kickoff of the initiative to renovate the Michael Briggs Community Center building.

Manchester's PAL building eyes $1 million makeover


The nonprofit organization Building on Hope announced Wednesday that it has targeted the 105-year-old Police Athletic League building in the center city for a $1 million makeover.

Mark Leven of the Bow Heritage Commission rings the bell at the Bow Bog Meeting House to call the community to gather Thursday night.

Bow Bog Meeting House returns to original role after restoration


The Bow Bog Meeting House hosted a lecture on the history of meetinghouses to celebrate the end of a 5-year restoration project and a newly restored organ.

Mountain ranges form the backdrop for a vibrant palette of blooms in the spring in New Hampshire.

Lupine lovers celebrate colorful landscape throughout June


Butterflies aren’t the only species attracted to the purples, pinks, blues and whites that carpet fields and pastures beneath Franconia, Presidential and Kinsman Mountain ranges at this time of...

Mount Sunapee expansion opponents join forces


The New Hampshire Chapter of the Sierra Club will join with the Friends of Mount Sunapee in a news conference Thursday in presenting more than 1,000 comments from Sunapee-area residents in opposition...

Treasures in Your Attic: Familiar theme in Weller pieces


My grandmother's home during World War II had a signed "Weller" piece. She kept it on a glass shelf among her prized possessions.

Study: Millennials big on gardening, green space


A growing number of millennials who say that gardening and maintaining a nice yard are among their must-dos.

Treasures in Your Attic: Plaques kind of like Wedgwood, except...


'Wedgewood-like' plaques are German jasperware

The first of four buildings at the Bedford Hills apartment complex is set to open this summer.

Bedford Hills apartment complex is opening in July


Local entrepreneur Bill Greiner is expanding his portfolio of businesses in town with his brand-new Bedford Hills apartment complex, set to open its first of four buildings this summer.

Inmate-nurtured garden's bounty on display at annual sale


The annual Correctional Industries four-day plant sale, north of the state prison on N. State St., offers a wide variety of flower, vegetable and herb varieties.

This box is too new to be of interest to collectors.

Treasures in Your Attic: A long pedigree for a relatively new piece


Capo-di-Monte giftware is relatively modern.