DEAR HELOISE: Have you recently received a recorded voice telling you that your new phone is on its way and should be delivered in a few days? The woman goes on to say that if you did not order this item to press 1. If you have any questions or if this is a case of fraud to call 1-800--. Thi…

DEAR ABBY: A friend of 35 years recently accused me of exposing her and her mother to COVID. She told me she thinks I did it on purpose because I thought so little of them. This is not true!


The Salem Planning Board voted Tuesday to accept a site plan for a casino in a former Kmart store even though the building owner objects to the plan.


A Massachusetts State Police sergeant from Groveland, Mass. is expected to be arraigned Thursday in Rockingham Superior Court in New Hampshire after a grand jury indicted him on three domestic violence-related charges earlier this month.

NFTs, non-fungible tokens, are being used to sell (nonexistent or over-existent) digital art. For example, a digital video by Mike Winkelmann, AKA Beepie, sold for $6.6 million, but you can have precisely the same thing in your living room if you Google “Crossroad #1/1.”


A kitchen fire caused an estimated $150,000 damage to a residential building on the West Side of Manchester Wednesday night, the Manchester Fire Department reported.

WASHINGTON -- Democrats in the House of Representatives have advanced a bill that could pave the way to reparations for Black Americans as part of a broader effort to address centuries of enslavement and institutional racism.

WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans said Thursday they would consider an infrastructure bill about one-third the size of President Joe Biden’s $2.3 trillion plan, which could prompt Democrats to pass the package in two phases, one bipartisan and one not.

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