PORTSMOUTH — Travis and Whitney Genatossio, of York, Maine, were in Market Square were among the thousands who were in downtown Portsmouth Monday to celebrate First Night. They were checking out the ice sculptures with their children, Aggie, 3, and Jackson, 5.

WOLFEBORO — On Monday, the town known as “The Oldest Summer Resort in America” showed it’s also a great place to be during the winter months by once again hosting the annual “Last Night” celebration to ring out the old year and ring in the new one.

LINCOLN — Bright sunshine and warm weather are greeting the New Hampshire Department of Transportation’s 2014 construction season, which entails a dozen projects worth a combined $76.7 million in and around the North Country.

CONCORD, NH – The Bach's Lunch Series continues on February 2nd with a lecture by Mark Shilansky entitled “Sing! Vocal Explorations in Jazz.” On February 9th, Peggo Horstmann Hodes, vocalist, and Kent Allyn, piano, bass and guitar, will present “I Can't Give You Anything but Love: Recession-…

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (MCT) — Rhode Island officials will “explore” online gambling following a Justice Department ruling that could help states expand their gambling operations, State Lottery Director Gerald S. Aubin said.

There are lots of ways to spend the holidays – shopping, cookie swapping, driving around looking at light displays (be sure to check out our Christmas lights photo contest here: Contest), and making holiday traditions that stick. In New Hampshire, there are some definite traditions too. We t…

HAVERHILL — One of the four young people sentenced to long prison terms in connection with the brutal 2008 North Haverhill killing of a 25-year-old developmentally disabled Vermont man has decided to drop his bid to have the convictions in that case vacated.

MANCHESTER —Low-income seniors in New Hampshire are expected to have access to additional affordable supportive housing, after the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced Wednesday it will send $6,279,900 in housing assistance to the Granite State. These grants are t…

ERROL — When it comes to sawing logs, Jerry and Katy Gingras have made clear their spot on the food chain. The Errol couple is just back from St. Dhamphild, Quebec, where they set a new world record on the two-man crosscut saw.

CONCORD — Since the terrorist attacks 10 years ago, more than $100 million of federal money has poured into New Hampshire for equipment, training, planning and exercises to help protect the state and its people from another attack.

NASHUA — The events of 9/11 may not have instantly changed the way first responders and hospitals handled their daily operations, but in the years following the attack it prompted emergency facilities — including one in Nashua — to revamp the entire way they prepare for disasters.

AMHERST — As the word “hijack” made its way around the control room at the Federal Aviation Administration center in Nashua, Tracey Hanlon watched as the call sign for American Airlines Flight 11 moved across the radar screen, veered sharply from its flight path and became a “#” on the scope…

HOLDERNESS, N.H. -- Just in time for the fall crow hunting season, the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is offering hunters a free workshop on crow hunting on Saturday, August 13, 2011, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Owl Brook Hunter Education Center in Holderness, N.H. The seminar will be…

Visitors are only allowed to enter once a day. Additional entries will be disqualified.Each complete entry is put into a drawing to win a pair (2) of tickets.One winner will be chosen on August 26, 2011.You need not be present to win. The winner will be notified via telephone & email.New…

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