BRENTWOOD — A year-long project to shoot images from all 37 communities in Rockingham County took Epping photographer Charles Cormier to places he’d never seen before.
BERLIN — Home of the city’s first Roman Catholic congregation, St. Anne Church has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1979 and recently several of its ancillary buildings were similarly honored.
Although he wasn’t looking for it, Army veteran Roger Chicoine of Goffstown was grateful for the community support he saw Sunday during the city’s Veterans Day commemoration.
EXETER - A Revolutionary Story Time at the American Independence Museum is designed to introduce children ages 3 to 5 to a bit of American history, 164 Water St.
PORTSMOUTH - Catch glimpses of long-dead sea captains, 17th-century shopkeepers and wayward pirates as they haunt the streets of Portsmouth's oldest neighborhood during the annual Ghosts on the Banke event at Strawbery Banke Museum.
MANCHESTER — The architecturally unique manager’s residence at the Manchester VA Medical Center — which appears destined for a date with a bulldozer — was included in the Seven to Save list by a state organization of historic preservationists last week.
BERLIN — Over the past 600 years, Europe’s Black Sea has been one of the maritime areas hit hardest by war and nationalism. Bordering Turkey, Russia and Ukraine, among other nations, the inland body of water’s trade routes were dominated by the Ottoman Turks after they occupied Constantinopl…
HANOVER - For a half-century it has remained the deadliest plane crash in New Hampshire history, and with advances in aviation safety that might always be the case.
TAMWORTH — Remick Country Doctor Museum and Farm marks the change of seasons with its 14th Annual Harvest Festival from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
WOLFEBORO -- The quintessential spirit of Moxie is not easily defined, but sit down with Q. David Bowers and you'll find a good approximation - an effervescent personality whose sharp mind is as "decidedly different" as his favorite soda advertises.
Hillsborough will again transport visitors to the early days of the country’s development with its annual Living History event and Heritage Days.
MANCHESTER -- The house at 567 Hanover St. is gone, and with it — perhaps — the rumors. Haunted house. Murder scene. Drug den. Vampire lair.
BETHLEHEM — Frances Glessner Lee’s dictum was “Convict the guilty, clear the innocent, and find the truth in a nutshell,” which she did on a scale of one inch to the foot.
In the summer of 1937, Amelia Earhart had sought to become the first woman to circumnavigate the globe.
EXETER — The Fourth of July draws fireworks across the nation, but here in Exeter, it’s tradition to mark the country’s beginnings a week or so later.
“Is it not a disgrace to this great, prosperous, resourceful country that there should be thousands of children growing up under conditions which hinder their normal development, dampen the ardor of youth and quench the fire of aspiration in their young hearts?
SYDNEY — A drawing of an Australasian cockatoo by a Roman Emperor has revealed trade routes between Southeast Asia and Europe were flourishing around 250 years earlier than previously thought, according to a paper published by the University of Melbourne.
BOSTON — Families, tourists, and history buffs will once again fill the area in front of the Old State House in Boston to hear the Declaration of Independence this Fourth of July.
A 500-year-old copy of a letter in which Christopher Columbus describes his voyage to the Americas has been returned to Spain after U.S. authorities tracked down the document, which had been stolen and replaced with a forgery years ago.
PARIS — You've seen computer-generated versions in the “Jurassic Park” films, you may have seen models in museums or theme parks, but an exhibit that opened in Paris on Wednesday lets visitors come face-to-face with the real thing: a genuine Tyrannosaurus rex.
PARIS — The 30-foot long skeleton of a unidentified type of dinosaur, believed to be that of a new species, fetched more than $2.3 million at an auction staged on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower in Paris on Monday.
COLEBROOK — With a North Country native at its core, a book to be released this fall will argue that then-President Lyndon Johnson ordered the Israeli Defense Forces to attack and sink, with no survivors, the USS Liberty on June 8, 1967 in an effort to promote regime change in Egypt.
NASHUA — A historical statue in the heart of Nashua’s downtown that has been missing a key component will be restored to its full beauty this Memorial Day.
CONCORD — This year’s Preservation Achievement Award winners share a theme of “tenacity and creativity,” the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance said in announcing the awards Tuesday.