Known locally as the Pickering House, it becomes the fifth property in Wolfeboro to earn inclusion on the National Register that recognizes places of historic significance that are worthy of preservation.
In witnessing patients' suffering, Vanier discovered a profound affinity with disabled people and saw them, he later wrote, as a "source of life and truth, if we welcome them ... and put ourselves at their service."
WARNER — The New Hampshire Telephone Museum is dialing into the ways the telephone has — and continues to play — a part of the movies and TV shows people watch, the music they hear and the books they read.
For the first time in 13 years, Neil Armstrong’s Apollo 11 spacesuit will be back on view at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum in Washington in mid-July as part a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the moon landing.
TOKYO — Emperor Akihito, who on April 30 will become Japan’s first emperor to abdicate in nearly two centuries, devoted his life to nations affected by his country during World War Two and to Japanese struggling after disasters.
The Wright Museum of World War II will honor the 100th anniversary of The American Legion by offering free admission to any card-carrying member on May 1, which is opening day for the museum's 2019 season.
The story of a 231-mph wind gust and the resourcefulness and determination of the observers 85 years ago atop Mount Washington is the subject of a special presentation Friday at the Weather Discovery Center.
This weekend, residents of Derry, Londonderry, Windham and parts of Manchester will mark the start of year-long celebrations for the 300th anniversary of the precursor community of Nutfield with a free festival and parallel genealogy conference.
Residents packed a meeting hall Monday night to hear development plans for Kimball Castle but were left without learning any details after the planning board voted to deny the application as incomplete.