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    NH Agriculture Picks a New Crop of Award Winners

    NH Agriculture Picks a New Crop of Award Winners

    An awards ceremony celebrating the Best In New Hampshire Agriculture was held Friday in Manchester.

    Opinion: Bon Voyage, Chief Wahoo, It's Time to Say Goodbye

    Opinion: Bon Voyage, Chief Wahoo, It's Time to Say Goodbye

    Chief Wahoo, the red-faced, big-toothed caricature on the caps and sleeves of the Tribe, will be no more come 2019. And it's about time!

    Bon Voyage to Bon-Ton: 42-Plus Stores Slated to Close

    Bon Voyage to Bon-Ton: 42-Plus Stores Slated to Close

    The Bon-Ton Stores Inc. is restructuring and has decided to close 42 stores, in 14 states.

    Laconia Has 125 Reasons to Celebrate

    Laconia Has 125 Reasons to Celebrate

    The City of Laconia celebrates its 125th anniversary this year, and the first event to kick off the year-long celebration happens Friday night at the Laconia Community Center.

    The People Have Spoken in NORC Poll: They Feel Better About Economy, Not Country

    The People Have Spoken in NORC Poll: They Feel Better About Economy, Not Country

    Chester Trahan's grandchildren are working, so he's feeling better about the economy these days. But his view of the country's overall direction is pretty grim, darkened by what he sees as a surge in racism and violence fueled by President Donald Trump.

    Take a Walk or Hop On a Bus: 7 Slices of Heaven Near UNH

    Take a Walk or Hop On a Bus: 7 Slices of Heaven Near UNH

    There’s one thing that everyone loves, hot or cold, toppings or just cheese, one slice or three, and that is pizza!

    Woman Who Kept Dozens of Great Danes Gets New Trial

    Woman Who Kept Dozens of Great Danes Gets New Trial

    A woman who had dozens of filthy and sick Great Danes living in her New Hampshire mansion is preparing for a new trial.

    Money Breaks up Twenty Year Old Research Center

    Money Breaks up Twenty Year Old Research Center

    An independent, nonpartisan organization in New Hampshire that pursued research on public school funding, the health of the state retirement system, and the pros and cons of casinos said Friday it's disbanding after more than two decades due to a lack of money.