After 25 hours over eight days, the time had come for Lily Hevesh to topple 15,000 dominoes. With a soft flick of her finger, Hevesh stood back and listened to her favorite sound on repeat: one domino hitting the next.
WASHINGTON — Congress may be more divided than ever, but there's one thing Republicans and Democrats can agree on: No one likes losing an hour of sleep when the nation "springs forward" at the start of daylight saving time every March.
How are you supposed to know? There could be some graduate assistant or assistant line coach or deputy recruiting coordinator right now toiling at Temple or Villanova or working on video for the Eagles who will leave here under the cover of darkness and one day end up at the heights of the sport.
Back in 1987, Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird were just two self-publishing comic-book-makers in Dover, N.H., writing stories for the characters they created three years earlier: the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. They decided to map out a dystopian world years beyond the adventures of their so…
In a convention filled with stirring testimonials, apocalyptic warnings and soaring appeals to unity, a 13-year-old with a stutter made the most eloquent case for why Joe Biden should be the next president of the United States.
I N HER NEW BOOK, “Finding Home,” photographer Becky Field has continued a years-long project of documenting and celebrating the state’s burgeoning diversity, keeping her lens focused on New Hampshire’s immigrants and refugees.
Former University of New Hampshire women's hockey player Karyn Bye Dietz is scheduled to be one of 12 individuals inducted into the 2020 National Federation of State High School Associations Hall of Fame, according to a release from Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association communicatio…
WOLFEBORO -- Christian Boudman is no stranger to the secrets of magic. In high school he attended a magic camp in New York, and while a junior in college he landed a summer gig performing at amusement parks — where his act included fire eating fueled by Bacardi 151.
HUDSON — Family and friends, fellow service members and state dignitaries on Saturday remembered Air Force Capt. Ryan Phaneuf, 30, who died Jan. 27 in a plane crash in Afghanistan, as a dedicated mentor, music lover and expert pilot.