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Real estate Q&A: Neighbor rattled by garish paint job

We live in a nice neighborhood, and recently a neighbor a few doors away painted his house a garish yellow and purple. I am considering selling my home, and my real estate broker is telling me that...

A contractor works on a townhouse under construction at the Pulte Homes Inc. Pepper Lane development in San Jose, Calif.

Sales of new homes slump in March from seven-year high

Purchases of new homes slumped more than forecast in March from a seven-year high, a sign progress in the industry will be halting.

Finance authority: Guaranteeing Balsams bonds won’t hurt state credit rating

A House Finance subcommittee was assured on Thursday that issuing a $28 million bond guarantee for the redevelopment of the Balsams would not negate future state guarantees for other projects.

Rindge: Trust fund restrictions targeted

RINDGE — The Select Board testified at a Senate hearing April 14, hoping to loosen restrictions on the town’s Electric Trust Fund, a fund that has more than $1 million that could go toward capital...

Hassan claims handouts helped 750 avoid foreclosure

The three-year project, sponsored by the Department of Justice, the Banking Department and the Housing Finance Authority, provides free housing counseling and legal services for owners on the brink...

635 NH mortgage customers get an eyeful from bank web link that sent them to Chinese porn site

It discovered at the end of March this year that 685 mortgage customers in New Hampshire in the US were affected.

Lead paint claim lingers over home couple bought from Laconia

LACONIA — The latest efforts to settle a 4-year-old lawsuit that claims a boy suffered brain damage because city officials failed to disclose that the house they sold to his parents contained lead...

Residential housing sales, prices gain in March, quarter

March sales numbers, along with quarterly results, are making New Hampshire Realtors optimistic about the state’s residential real estate market.

Portsmouth officials mull replica State House at Federal Building site

PORTSMOUTH — A group led by Assistant Mayor Jim Splaine wants to build a replica State House on about a third of the downtown federal building property.

Quikrete's polymer-based PowerLoc Jointing Sand creates a long-lasting filling for the joints between patio pavers.

Your Place: When your patio needs some attention

After almost four months, there are still a lot of areas where sand needs to be added between the concrete pavers or where sand has risen and thus there is loose sand on the surface — no matter...

Life and Leisure

Smiles were the order of the day Friday as Let It Shine, the non-profit group that since 2011 has produced the Keene Pumpkin Festival, announced that the 25th festival will be held in Laconia on Oct. 24. During a press conference at the Laconia Train Station in Veterans Square, the announcement was hailed, left to right, by Ruth Sterling, of Let It Shine; Amy Landers, executive director of the Lakes Region Tourism Association; Charlie St. Clair, executive director of the Laconia Motorcycle Week Association, who approached Sterling about bringing the festival to Laconia; Karmen Gifford, executive director of the Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce; and Laconia Mayor Ed Engler.

Laconia to host 2015 New Hampshire Pumpkin Festival

It's official. The event that for the past 24 years has been known as the Keene Pumpkin Festival has a new name and new venue.

Financial literacy an essential life skill for children and adults

Having grown up in New Hampshire, I don't recall having much in the way of financial education in elementary or high school. As a Certified Financial Planner, I've become concerned that even though...


Military news

Bedford student accepted to Coast Guard Academy; 3 with NH connections complete Army training

Ruth Sterling of Let It Shine, Inc., announces Friday afternoon that Laconia will hold the 25th New Hampshire Pumpkin Festival on Oct. 24.

It's official: Pumpkin Festival coming to Laconia, scheduled Oct. 24

It's official. The event that for the past 24 years has been known as the Keene Pumpkin Festival has a new name and new venue

Celebrating the Cog

The world's first mountain-climbing cog railway will begin its 146th season on Saturday and then three weeks later will celebrate the first 145 seasons in a new public television documentary.

NH Club Briefs: Merrimack Valley Quilt Guild's show next week

The Merrimack Valley Quilt Guild will celebrate its 35th anniversary at its annual quilt show, “Celebrate America, the Red White and Blue,” from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday, May...


Gov. Hassan says NH market will only support 1 casino

Gov. Maggie Hassan, who has touted a single, high-end, highly regulated casino on the state's southern border, said two casinos could be one too many for New Hampshire.

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The hillside property speckled with apple orchards and other farm products will remain open to passive recreation such as hunting, hiking and snowshoeing.

Easement would protect 95 acres of farmland


The Russell Foundation and the Lyndeborough Conservation Commission are working to preserve 95 acres of farmland at the former Woodmont Orchard, a scenic gateway to the community, which will also...

Zoning board denies variance for multi-family housing, duplexes


A zoning variance request for a proposed subdivision in town was denied by the zoning board, thanks to a strong showing of residents living near the property.

Chris DeLorey, left, and owner George Grondin assemble rows of arborvitae at Faulkner's Landscaping & Nursery in Hooksett on Monday. Because of the lingering winter conditions, the nursery is about three weeks behind on setting up the grounds, but the staff expect sto sell more trees this season because of damage to existing trees from the harsh winter.

Now's the time to assess winter's toll on your yard


You can't get out and dig in the dirt yet, but there are things gardeners can be doing while they wait.

Weather puts a chill on NH's retirement allure


New Hampshire ranks as the 16th best state to retire in, according to a new survey, dragged down by receiving the nation's second-worst grade for weather.

An artist's rendering of the reconstructed Balsams Resort in Dixville Notch.

Balsams project leader's vision includes big ideas, ambitious time frame


The rebirth of the Balsams Grand Resort Hotel could also see the return of commercial passenger aviation to the North Country, the resort's developer says.

Cornucopia Project continues free film series


The Cornucopia Project continues its new Food for Thought documentary series Tuesday night with its second documentary film, My Father’s Garden.

A rental home, among the properties handled by Blue Moose Vacations, offers a tranquil view Ossipee Lake.

Early summer rental benefit as winter takes its toll


This brutal winter got you down? Looking to escape? Well, many blizzard-battered New Englanders already have booked rental lodging hot spots around New Hampshire this summer, especially if their...