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Belmont homeowners sue after finding new home infested with bats and squirrels

LACONIA — A Belmont couple have filed a lawsuit claiming the dream home they bought on Leavitt Road has turned into a nightmare after they discovered it is infested with bats and flying squirrels.

Belmont BBQ pit can't be razed without permission from feds

BELMONT — Selectmen learned last night that to relocate the site of a public barbecue pit from Sergant Park to the new pavilion next to the Belmont Mill, the plans must be submitted to the National...

Babe Ruth's NYC apartment hits market for $1.6M; Conway daughter, 98, reflects

''My fondest memories [of the apartment] are of me and Father listening to ‘The Green Hornet’ on the radio and looking out to Riverside Park.'' - Julia Ruth Stevens, the Yankees legend’s daughter.

This large office building along the Daniel Webster Highway in Merrimack could soon be converted into 21 apartment units.

Apartments proposed for under-used office space in Merrimack

More than 20 new apartments may soon be available in Merrimack as developers are proposing to convert existing office space into housing units.

Most growers cultivate their mushrooms on logs. Some species of wood are better hosts than others.

Backyard cultivation is mushrooming

Whether you want a nice pile sautéed on top of a big juicy steak, a spritely bunch sprinkled on a salad, or a nibble for some homegrown homeopathy, backyard and indoor mushroom gardens are a great...

Owing $80,000, Pittsfield woman asks court to stop town from evicting her

The deed and the doorstep tell two different stories. Nearly a year ago, the worn, gray trailer with the green door and shutters became property of the town, after its owners failed year after year...

New Hampshire hotel developer buys Chelsea land

A Hooksett-based hotel developer XSS Hotels has acquired a tract in Chelsea, Mass., for $2 million, according to a Suffolk County deed.

Revalution suggests $52 million decrease in Laconia property values

LITTLETON—The town received extensive data from KRT Appraisals last week. The revaluation contractor recommends a total decrease in the town’s property valuation of $52,088,000.

Land in Windham marked for economic revitalization zones

The Division of Economic Development at the NH Department of Resources and Economic Development has designated seven parcels of land, within 3 areas in Windham, Economic Revitalization Zones (ERZs).

Car Talk: LEDs are not a significant battery drain

With all these things we are plugging into our lighter sockets these days — phone charger, GPS, radar detector, you name it — we end up with these lighter-socket plugs sitting there all...

Life and Leisure

Lower gas prices means more cash to spend in NH

Gas prices are at their lowest for a Labor Day weekend since 2004 — and more than a dollar per gallon cheaper than a year ago.

Paul Kelly, co-founder of Kelsing Brewing Co., stirs Paradigm Brown Ale at the business at 1 Madden Road in Derry.  A  marketing campaign by the Derry Londonderry Chamber of Commerce highlights the region's growing craft beer and mead scene.

Chamber: Plan helping put Derry-Londonderry on brewery map

A marketing campaign by the Derry-Londonderry Chamber of Commerce to highlight the region's growing craft beer and mead scene is already proving successful, a chamber spokesman said.

NH Club Notes: NH author to speak at Stratham program

The Stratham Historical Society and Stratham’s Wiggin Memorial Library are co-sponsoring a program by author Sarah Shea Smith at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 14.

Husband-and-wife team revved up for demolition derby at Hopkinton Fair

For Jim and Eileen Mann, crushing old, junk cars under the weight of massive trucks isn’t just for fun, or even the thrill of competition. It’s serious business.

Spectators get a glimpse at the driving force inside some classic cars.

Classic cars, trucks to park in Queen City for annual festival

Dennis Gage, host of the hit cable TV series “My Classic Car,” will have the cameras rolling as he goes “Cruising Downtown” Saturday in the Queen City.

Jo Dee Messina, whose latest album is 2014's “Me,”  headlines the entertainment lineup at the Lancaster Fair.

JoDee Messina headlines Lancaster Fair's grandstand

Jo Dee Messina headlines the entertainment lineup at the Lancaster Fair, which continues through Monday, Sept. 7.

Eileen and Jim Mann go head to head in a demolition derby at the Hopkinton State Fair in 2008.

Music, mud racing, monster truck pulls hit Hopkinton Fair Labor Day weekend

The Hopkinton State Fair gets dragged through the mud, crushed by junk cars and yanked by farm equipment during this year's grandstand events.

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Lilac photo winners announced

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The Governor's Lilac & Wildflower Commission has announced the winners of the 19th annual Lilac Photo Contest.

A bench in memory of Katie Bentley.

Hotel and lilacs proposed for Hackett Hill site

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John Bentley plans to plant more than 300 types of lilacs as part of a proposed botanical garden/festival venue/commercial development on Hackett Hill Road in Hooksett, creating a monument to the...

Keeping guinea hens around the yard provides protection, meat and eggs.

Yardsmart: Guinea hens a natural – and noisy – defense against ticks

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This is the beauty of a bird that is still half wild, maintaining its self-sufficient instincts while prowling your yard and garden for ticks on ground, deadwood, shrubs and trees.

A three-story building at Hooksett's Carrington Farms condominium complex remains vacant, five months after snow caused the roof to collapse.

Long wait frustrates Hooksett condo owners

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Five months after accumulated snow collapsed the roof and drove them from their homes, owners of a Hooksett condominium building found out that they won’t likely be returning anytime soon.

The owners of Tiffany Gardens, located at 15 King John Drive in Londonderry, will open their gardens to the public this weekend as part of The Garden Conservancy's Open Days program, a series of self-guided garden tours across the nation.

Open Days features two NH gardens

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Two New Hampshire gardens are scheduled to be open for visitors this weekend in the Garden Conservancy's Open Days program.

House, garden tour on July 15 in Wolfeboro

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The 28th annual central New Hampshire VNA and Hospice Home and Garden tour is Wednesday, July 15, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.