SEABROOK -- With Fourth of July celebrations canceled in communities across the country, New Hampshire fireworks sales have exploded. The flipside is that police departments are trying to crack down where use is illegal.
NORTHUMBERLAND — Although safety concerns about the coronavirus pandemic led organizers to cancel the Groveton Memorial Day Parade, the community nonetheless came out in a different way to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
On Monday morning, you can soar over historic landmarks from England to the beaches of D-Day from your living room with the Aviation Museum of New Hampshire’s livestream its virtual flight from London to Caen, France.
Even the Peeps — yes, those marshmallow confections that pop up in all sorts of neon colors at Easter time — are doing some social distancing. For the first time in nine years, the Library Art Center in Newport is going digital with its popular Peeps Diorama Contest.
The Jaffrey St. Patrick’s Day Parade is ready to turn the streets of town green for a third time on Sunday. The parade steps off at 2 p.m. in front of St. Patrick Parish, and the parade will move east along Main Street to Jaffrey’s downtown.