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Portsmouth banning online residential rentals

PORTSMOUTH — City officials have notified at least two property owners that they are barred from further renting space in their homes on a short-term basis through online sites that include...

Portsmouth's iconic scrap piles are gone for good

The last of the scrap metal has been loaded onto a cargo ship and is headed out of Portsmouth this weekend. The scrap company Grimmel Industries had operated on the port for about 10 years.

Investigator’s report on Claremont property dispute due Thursday

The long-awaited report from a private investigator on the actions by city staff last June at the former home of Roy Hunter has been completed and will be reviewed by the City Council at a special...

$10K snowplowing bill for five storms disputed by homeowner in court

The property at 159 Middle St. in Portsmouth is at the center of lawsuits filed by both the property owner and a snowplowing contractor over a $10,853 bill for snow and ice removal five times last...

NH has 9th most expensive 4-bedroom homes in nation

The state also moved up from second place last year, when it was edged out by Hawaii. Connecticut ($423,117) came in fifth and New Hampshire ($391,547) ninth.

Nashua aldermen vote against land buy

Aldermen rejected a proposal by Mayor Donnalee Lozeau to purchase a blighted property on Mulberry Street that could have been used as a new home for the city's public health department.

Society says it no longer has resources to maintain Belknap Mill, looking for new owner/partner

LACONIA — Beset with financial challenges, the Belknap Mill Society is seeking a new owner of the oldest unaltered, brick textile mill in the country and one of the first building placed on the...

UNH tears down former ATO frat, mulls hotel for site

It was announced in March that the property, which has been empty since November 2011, was no longer grandfathered for fraternity use. A July 2012 fire inside the empty fraternity building caused...

Salem zoning board says no to 2nd hearing for senior housing development on mausoleum property

There will be no second hearing on a variance that would allow a senior housing development to be built on the property of a Pond Street mausoleum.

New Ipswich: Tax rate up 23.8 percent

NEW IPSWICH — The local tax rate has taken quite the jump, rising $5.34 since last year, with increases in the local school and town taxes causing the majority of the increase, though tax portions...

Life and Leisure

Author Doris Kearns Goodwin talks Taft, Teddy and journalism

On the 51st anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination, famous author and presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin visited Nashua to share her knowledge and passion for great...

Gail Fisher's Dog Tracks: Automatic spaying, neutering of mixed-breed dogs has a downside

I got a nearly incomprehensible email from a reader in response to my column two weeks ago, accusing me of being "breed-ist" and other "Hitlerian" ideas.

A trio of roundabouts looms a solution to Meredith’s seasonal traffic problem

A study committee will recommend a three-roundabout solution to the stubborn summer congestion problem downtown near the junctions of Routes 3 and 25, which has drawn heavy attention from state...

Dr. Oz: Chicken little is spreading Ebola — take cover

And if the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed that more than 33,000 American citizens would die from Ebola in 2015, it would be horrendous, right?

Castle in the Clouds decks the halls for Christmas, opens doors

Thanksgiving may be next on the calendar, but at Castle in the Clouds, mid-November heralds the arrival of Christmas.

A traveler arrives at the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport. The airport is working with state offices to promote New Hampshire as a destination to boost airport traffic.

Consultant says JetBlue may fly out of Manchester someday

Manchester-Boston Regional Airport will need to draw growth from existing airlines but may land JetBlue Airways at some point, a noted industry consultant told a chamber of commerce gathering...

Apartments, retail area approved on 150-acre parcel in Merrimack

After months of review, town planners on Tuesday authorized a major development project to be built along the Daniel Webster Highway, which will include 240 apartments and a large retail area.

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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

Castle in the Clouds decks the halls for Christmas, opens doors

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Thanksgiving may be next on the calendar, but at Castle in the Clouds, mid-November heralds the arrival of Christmas.

Portsmouth's 1763 Moffatt-Ladd House will be decked out for its first Celebration of Wreaths and Trees this weekend.

Portsmouth events put a period on decorating

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Decorations help set the tone for most people's holiday experiences, which serves as the backdrop for two very unique and different events — one brand new, the other well into its fourth decade...

Susan Dromey Heeter's Down to Earth: From free events come great memories

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While driving to school with my daughter, we spotted one of those ancient television sets on the side of the road — the kind that worked not only as an entertainment center in the '60s and '70s...

Some gardeners won't be welcome at Salem community farm

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Overseeing Salem's community gardens at Hawkins Farm has come with its share of challenges over the past several years.

Salem zoning board says no to 2nd hearing for senior housing development on mausoleum property

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There will be no second hearing on a variance that would allow a senior housing development to be built on the property of a Pond Street mausoleum.

Diane Paul's hand-stitched leather work ranges from belts and bags to chaps and sleigh bells.

No machines for North Hampton leather artisan Diane Paul

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Diane Paul, 52, is a self-taught leather artist whose repertoire includes everything from sleigh bells to stick horses. She does everything by hand — everything.

Issues halt development of senior housing project in Salem

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The Planning Board has granted conditional approval of a 16-unit senior housing project off Pleasant Street.

Subdivision road work in Salem under scrutiny

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The issue came up recently when residents of the Deerfield Street subdivision wrote to selectmen asking for help in getting their road completed.

Bedford planners give final OK to elderly housing development

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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

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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.