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The coveted People's Choice is voted on each year by Parade of Homes attendees. Last year's People Choice Winner was this open concept 6,027-square-foot Adirondack Style home built by Hayward & Company. Visitors couldn't get enough of this house with its spacious kitchen/dining room with lake views, three bedrooms, plus unique bunkroom with four queen sized beds, six baths, a loft and great room with a gorgeous stone fireplace. Parade goers have fun selecting their favorite homes every year and take it very seriously, taking notes and talking with the builders and sub-contractors. After visitors view their last home on the tour, they make their selection of their “Favorite” home and place the ballot/ticket in the box and enter to win some great prizes!

Lakes Region Fall Parade of Homes set for Columbus Day weekend

The Lakes Region Builders and Remodelers Association presents its annual Fall Parade of Homes Oct. 10, 11 and 12. The tradition began in New Hampshire in 2007 and its has continued to grow each year,...

Real Estate Corner: Don't ignore outdoor home maintenance

When the summer heat turns to crisp fall air, it's time to focus on lawn care and home maintenance tasks to see you through winter.

The former Chester College property has been sold.

Chester College property sold for $1.53m ; boarding school to open

After closing in 2012 because of financial problems, the former Chester College was recently sold and will become the home of a boarding school next year.

Already with one of highest tax rates in NH, Berlin property values plunge 42%

Administration figures showing an overall equalization ratio of 142 percent - meaning assessed values were 42 percent higher than market values. In other words, properties were selling at prices 42...

Dartmouth frat files lawsuit against Hanover

Hanover — Alpha Delta, the former Dartmouth College fraternity, is suing the town of Hanover and its zoning board of adjustment over a ruling that keeps members from living in their house on East...

NH Furniture Masters hold annual gala in Portsmouth

On Sunday, Oct. 4, the NH Furniture Masters will be holding their Grand Gala at the Sheraton Portsmouth Harborside Hotel. Two masters from the Seacoast ...

Pembroke braces for court battle over denial of Next Level Church

After Pembroke’s zoning board denied a church’s plan to develop a new location in a prohibited district, town officials are preparing for the possibility that the dispute could end up …

The former Manchester police station at 351 Chestnut St. will soon house a storage facility and a church.

Church to move into part of old police station

Owners of the building that housed the former police station, a portion of which is being converted into a temperature controlled storage facility, have signed a deal with its first tenant — an...

A photo admitted as a court exhibit shows Sanders Poynt in Rye.

Binnie takes fight to keep public off his beach to NH Supreme Court

PORTSMOUTH - The owner of Wentworth by the Sea Country Club, Bill Binnie, has filed an appeal with the state Supreme Court, in an effort to reverse a judge's August ruling that found the public has a...

State sells former Salem liquor store for $3.9M

SALEM, N.H. — Three months after the New Hampshire Liquor Commission opened its largest store in the state at on South Broadway, the state sold its former location on up the road to local car dealer...

Life and Leisure

In 2016, the Laconia Parks and Recreation Department hopes to restore the manmade Weirs Beach, which for decades has been eroded by wind and waves.

Laconia looking to restore Weirs Beach in 2016 after decades of erosion

Although the swimmers and sunbathers are long gone, Weirs Beach at Endicott Rock Park remains in the forefront of Laconia's Parks and Recreation Department, which in 2016 hopes to repair erosion...

Marius Hauri serves up freshly pressed apple cider on his farm, Old Ciderpress farm, on Saturday.

Old Ciderpress Farm shows off antique ciderpress

Old Ciderpress Farm invited the public in for a look at its namesake Saturday, an antique ciderpress.

Rosaly's Farm Stand in Peterborough offers 11 different varieties of winter squash during its annual bulk sale.

Harvest time for Peterborough farm stand

Rosaly's Farm Stand on Route 123 started its annual winter squash bulk sale Thursday after harvesting a historic bumper crop for the farm this year.

Yankee humorist Fred Marple (singer, songwriter and humorist Ken Sheldon) will perform his one-man show in the Presidential Oaks Auditorium in Concord on Sunday, Oct. 18. Tickets are on sale at the senior community.

NH Senior News: Presidential Oaks to host one-man show

Fred Marple, known as the unofficial spokesman for the mythical town of Frost Heaves, N.H., will bring his one-man show of Yankee humor, music and assorted nonsense to Presidential Oaks at 3 p.m.

Steve Forster of Forster's Christmas Tree Farm in Henniker takes a break at his farm last week.

NH lawmakers to take up debate over farmers' rights to use their land

Agritourism — despite its purported embrace by state officials and inclusion in the state agriculture statute — is on shaky ground in New Hampshire.

Bill Pelley of Wildlife Taxidermy & Sport Center helps Steve Souza of Epsom test his bow at the Manchester shop on Tuesday.

Hunting is big business in the Granite State

By one 2011 government estimate, people spent $61 million on hunting trips and equipment in New Hampshire.

Domestic violence awareness forum set in Hampton

Crimeline for the Hamptons will host a domestic violence awareness forum from 6:15 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 22, at Lane Memorial Library, 2 Academy Ave. A panel of experts from A Safe Place/Sexual...

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Home & Garden

Beans are popular among seed savers. When their pods are yellow and dry and the beans rattle inside, it's time to collect and dry them.

Saving seed: At harvest time, you'll have more than memories of a great garden


After a spring and summer of carefully tending the garden, you may think as the leaves fall that your work is done. But in fact, that's actually the perfect time to get a jump start on next year's...

Susan Dromey Heeter's Down to Earth: A harvest of lessons for kids – and, maybe, candidates


Relishing the last of the garden's bounty

Oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus ostreatus), shown here growing on a dying sugar maple at Distant Hill Gardens. It is one of the easiest edible mushrooms to identify, and often grows in large numbers, making collection easy.

Foraging for mushrooms has a growing following


For most people, foraging means sifting through sketchy leftovers and eating around the fuzzy parts of fruit in search of a midnight snack while standing in the stark light of the fridge. But for a...

Lilac photo winners announced


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


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...