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Police search for missing Stratford woman

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Police are searching for an insulin-dependent woman who has been missing since Tuesday afternoon, according to a news release.

Passers-by, including two active-duty Army soldiers, help rescue mom, daughter in I-93 rollover

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Several good Samaritans helped state troopers save a woman trapped inside a car that caught fire after rolling over on Interstate...

Manchester panel OKs new academic standards, despite Common Core criticism

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The school board's Curriculum and Instruction Committee on Tuesday approved the draft version of the Manchester Academic...

Still no budget in Nashua

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Facing an Aug. 1 deadline, Nashua aldermen were unable to approve a new budget on Tuesday.

Derry councilors discuss putting limits on skyline

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Town councilors are discussing the ramifications of setting a height limitation on downtown buildings.

ACA rulings create conflict on Obamacare

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One official for the New Hampshire Insurance Department said if one of the dueling decisions stands, New Hampshire families would...

Market Basket Dairy Supervisor Jack Demoulas (in jacket and tie) heads back to his car after clashing with protesters outside the company's distribution center in Tewksbury, Mass., Tuesday.

Tempers flare as Market Basket protests continue

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Market Basket Dairy Supervisor Jack Demoulas confronted a small crowd of protesters at the supermarket chain's distribution...

Abby's home, but answers aren't as police ask public for help

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Law enforcement authorities made an appeal to the public late Tuesday afternoon, asking anyone who saw Abigail Hernandez on the...

Dover police say cyberstalking victim who committed suicide faced other 'stressors'

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Police do not believe a Dover woman who recently committed suicide did so because she was the victim of “sextortion.”

Londonderry police chief probing online 'CopBlock' allegations

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Complaints stemming from a July 14 traffic stop were posted on several websites but weren't submitted to Londonderry Police,...

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Insanity: Obamacare and the rule of law

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Obamacare proponents are angry at a court for making the Obama administration stick to the law, which says so much.

Charles Arlinghaus: NH's counterweight to a strong central government

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On the importance of newspapers and good publishers.

Another View -- Gilles Bissonnette: To keep Libertarians off the ballot, NH violates their rights

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Why we challenged New Hampshire's ballot access law.

Manchester Parks & Rec Chief Don Pinard works on his short game while giving a tour of the city's 18-hole course in wooded land adjacent to Brown and Mitchell Park and the Pine Grove Cemetery.

Disc golf on verge of coming to Manchester

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The Queen City is known for having one of the only municipally-owned golf courses in the state, and soon it will be home to a new course — one with forested paths instead of greens and discs in place of little white balls.

Insanity: Obamacare and the rule of law

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Obamacare proponents are angry at a court for making the Obama administration stick to the law, which says so much.

Charles Arlinghaus: NH's counterweight to a strong central government

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On the importance of newspapers and good publishers.

Another View -- Gilles Bissonnette: To keep Libertarians off the ballot, NH violates their rights

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Why we challenged New Hampshire's ballot access law.

Manchester Parks & Rec Chief Don Pinard works on his short game while giving a tour of the city's 18-hole course in wooded land adjacent to Brown and Mitchell Park and the Pine Grove Cemetery.

Disc golf on verge of coming to Manchester

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The Queen City is known for having one of the only municipally-owned golf courses in the state, and soon it will be home to a new course — one with forested paths instead of greens and discs in place of little white balls.

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Still no budget in Nashua

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Facing an Aug. 1 deadline, Nashua aldermen were unable to approve a new budget on Tuesday.

Derry councilors discuss putting limits on skyline

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Town councilors are discussing the ramifications of setting a height limitation on downtown buildings.

Manchester waives right to buy Millyard building

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A key aldermen's committee has backed waiving the city's right to purchase a prominent Millyard building, paving the way for a deal that would allow both the University of New Hampshire at Manchester and the DEKA technology company to expand and consolidate their facilities.

HealthTrust's tax-free status still in limbo

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The state Bureau of Securities Regulation and former subsidiaries of the New Hampshire Local Government Center could potentially reach an agreement that would cancel a hearing to determine whether the public insurance administrators would keep their quasi-government, tax-free status.

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