WINDHAM — Icy conditions led to multiple accidents that brought about closing a section of Interstate 93 South in Windham for some period of time, the state police announced Friday night.
NASHUA — Weather forecasters and state officials warned of a snowy, slippery commute Friday morning but slick roads led to a spate of crashes even before the heavy snowfall.
Officials with the state’s Department of Transportation say work associated with the planned Interstate 293 bridge repair project in Bedford and Manchester has begun.
BELMONT - Those who love to mix horsepower and mud turned out Saturday for the inaugural Monster Mash truck show and mud bog at the Belknap Fairgrounds.
The foliage may be a little slower than usual in turning this year, but that isn’t bothering the folks at the RiverWalk Resort at Loon Mountain in Lincoln.
DEERFIELD - On the heels of a rain-soaked week, the crisp autumn air and clear blue skies arrived just in time for this weekend's 142nd Deerfield Fair.
CONCORD - Award-winning children's book author and illustrator Tomie dePaola will present his newest book, "Quiet," during a visit to Gibson's Bookstore at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 14.
HOLLIS — New Hampshire officials are projecting that about 3 million out-of-state, overnight visitors will flock to see New Hampshire’s fall foliage and spend about $1.4 billion.
RYE — The Jenness State Beach redevelopment project began this week as the state moves ahead with plans for a new $1.2 million bathhouse and upgrades to the parking lot.
ROCHESTER - The parking lot at Harley-Davidson Shop of Rochester was packed Saturday as enthusiasts turned out to see the antique bikes taking part in this year's Motorcycle Cannonball Endurance Run.
HAMPTON — Workers are busy setting up for the 29th annual Hampton Beach Seafood Festival, which begins Friday and is expected to draw more than 100,000 people to the three-day event.
CONTOOCOOK — Thousands of people made their way to the Hopkinton State Fair over the Labor Day weekend to indulge in a bevy of food and festivities.
It has been 53 years since the “Incident in Exeter,” when a reputed UFO was spotting flying over the nearby community of Kensington.
CONTOOCOOK — With the Hopkinton State Fair, the hardest part of walking through the gates is deciding what to see — or eat — first.
MANCHESTER — More than 1,000 vehicles — including the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile with its yellow “bun” chassis topped by a hot-dog shaped compartment, pulled into the Queen City last year for the annual Cruising Downtown event.
For those who haven’t been to New Hampshire’s North Country or haven’t visited the region in some time, the 148th Lancaster Fair is a great gateway.
LANCASTER — Thanks to a lifelong love of history and a nudge from his wife, Michael Bruno has written a detailed guide to the state’s roadside historical markers.
COLEBROOK — Because of popular demand and after a three-year hiatus, the Moose Festival returns to the heart of the downtown on Friday.
MOUNT WASHINGTION — In his brief life, Albert Henry Dow III was many things, but above all he was someone who, according to his family, believed in the greater good and in serving humanity.
DALTON — The third Team O’Neil RallyFest was held Sunday at the 583-acre Team O’Neil Rally School, drawing more than 500 visitors to the event.
BERLIN — Beginning today, the City that Trees Built and Jericho Mountain State Park are hosting one of the largest gatherings of all-terrain vehicles in New England.
On a ceaselessly scenic rail line that flowed like a vein toward the heart of the Inca mountain empire, Kilometer Marker 104 did not look like anything special. There wasn't even an actual station there; just a ditch, where we stood all of 30 seconds before the train pulled away from us.
In the introduction of her 1894 book, "An Island Garden," Celia Thaxter wrote about her love of flowers.
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