During a news conference held one day shy of his first anniversary in office, President Joe Biden was asked whether he had made bigger promises to the electorate than he was able to fulfill.
Sunday, January 23, 2022
DEAR HELOISE: I was reading your column on scams, and we have a suggestion for grandparents. We know of some grandparents who this happened to, and the grandfather was on the way to the bank to draw out $10,000 when they figured out it was not true! This was tried on us earlier this year, an…
DEAR ABBY: My sister and I have a close but complicated relationship. She has always embellished stories about me when she’s talking to others, and most of the time they portray me in a bad light. I usually ignore them when they get back to me, because I choose to pick my battles with her.
Saturday, January 22, 2022
The familiar castle-like hotel off the F.E. Everett Turnpike in Nashua is undergoing a multi-million overhaul and will soon get a new name with a familiar ring to it.
Volunteers and donations have been flooding into agencies that are working to resettle Afghan evacuees in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, but more help is always welcome, officials said last week.
UPDATE: On Friday morning, Foucher wrote on Facebook that her dog Felicity had returned home.
For nearly two years, the pandemic has upended our lives. Maybe it’s time to think about what happens after the health crisis finally ends.
DURING A recent trip to Venice, Fla., a casual conversation with our rental car agent led to a discussion of Southern New Hampshire University, where the young management trainee was earning a degree.
Bonchon, a growing international franchise out of Busan, South Korea, has opened its first store in New Hampshire. The fast-casual wing shop at 341 Amherst St. in Nashua celebrated its grand opening on Jan. 17 by offering free chicken sandwiches to the first 100 customers.
PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN raised Gov. Chris Sununu‘s national political profile last week, but he shouldn’t expect a thank-you card.
I’VE BEEN going through some old columns looking for topics I wrote about years ago that are worth updating. Five years ago my Chinook, Larry, got out of our fenced in yard not once but three times within a few weeks. The first time was when a neighbor’s child came into our yard to retrieve …
Federal prosecutors filed a motion Friday stating the death of spree killer Gary Lee Sampson moots his death penalty appeal "but it does not call into question his convictions or sentences."
Like many things in life, tax preparers aren’t one size fits all. The only one who can truly select the perfect person to do your taxes is you. To help you decide if the preparer you are talking to is indeed the right one, you will need to ask questions. The following ones might be particula…