PRANJANI, Serbia — A monument shaped like a military transport plane was unveiled on a Serbian hillside on Saturday, commemorating the rescue of hundreds of allied pilots who were shot down by German forces during World War II.
MANCHESTER — The Currier Museum of Art will purchase the Chandler House from the Catholic Diocese of Manchester, saving the 150-year-old Victorian mansion from the wrecking ball, the two organizations announced Wednesday.
LANCASTER - Wooden drawers marked with labels for cocaine and morphine, hand-hewn beams and old wooden signs are just some of the remnants construction crews have uncovered in a project to transform a 150-year-old building in Lancaster into residential and commercial space.
President Donald Trump and his Democratic opponent Joe Biden separately commemorated the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on Friday, taking a pause from campaigning to honor the almost 3,000 victims killed in the single-most deadliest assault on U.S. soil.
NEW LONDOND, Conn. -- Sixty-four-year-old Michael Shafer still thinks there's more to uncover about the worst submarine disaster in U.S. history, which killed all 129 men aboard, including his father and uncle.
PORTSMOUTH - Our small tour group is walking through Portsmouth on a sunny Friday morning. Our guide points out sites along the way — a stately mansion with an ornate fence, the North Church steeple towering over Market Square, and the picturesque waterfront vista stretching behind it all.
LACONIA — The city plans to buy the two pieces of property on either side of St. Joseph Church for $1.14 million from the Diocese of Manchester, but it has no bearing on the possible future demolition of the church, Mayor Andrew Hosmer says.
KINMEN, Taiwan -- Amid rising tensions with Beijing, the de facto U.S. ambassador in Chinese-claimed Taiwan took part on Sunday for the first time in commemorations of a key military clash and the last time Taiwanese forces joined battle with China on a large scale.
In the 1996 landmark case United States v. Virginia, the U.S. Supreme Court found that the Virginia Military Institute’s male-only admission policy violated the 14th Amendment’s equal protection clause.
A developer plans to proceed with the demolition of an architecturally prominent home to make way for a storage facility, after a meeting with the Hooksett Heritage Commission failed to produce an agreement to save the structure, officials said Thursday.
HOOKSETT — The Hooksett Heritage Commission is asking a developer seeking to demolish an architecturally prominent home to make way for a storage facility to wait three months to see whether any prospective buyers come forward.