Two had a NH history before brutal Bedford attack
County and federal authorities refuse to say whether Nathan C. Lamontagne is the unnamed second suspect in last fall's brutal home invasion that left a Bedford anesthesiologist and his wife maimed and near death.
Bedford condo shows high style in a smaller space
The newly remodeled kitchen in Leanne and Peter Gould's Bedford condominium will be one of the eight stops on the ninth Annual Palace Theatre Kitchen Tour on Sunday, June 2. Leanne and Peter Gould's Bedford kitchen is one of eight in Bedford and Amherst that will be open to visitors on the Palace Theatre's ninth annual kitchen tour on Sunday, June ... (more)
Monday May 20
10 make finals of National Geographic Bee
Ten young scholars have made it to the finals of the National Geographic Bee, where they'll compete for a $25,000 college scholarship.
Sat May 18, 2013
A great day for a road race
Bedford friends who run every year. Kathy Gibbons, Claudette Fessenden, Barbara Obevny, Amy Dalrymple, Amy Clark, Diane Rondeau, Paul Rondeau BEDFORD - It was a perfect New Hampshire May morning for the running of the 39th Bedford Rotary Memorial Road Races Saturday.The sun was bright, the skies clear blue and the wind still as 350 runners departed ... (more)
Movie theater moves forward in Portsmouth
Zyacorp Entertainment of Bedford on Friday announced that construction will soon begin on its Cinemagic Stadium 10 Theater, which is scheduled to open in November at Southgate Plaza.
Fri May 17, 2013
NHTI graduates more than 550 students
NHTI graduates head into a large white tent for the start of the 63rd Commencement Exercise.
Documentary on officers killed in line of duty to play in Bedford
An acclaimed documentary about police officers killed or injured in the line of duty will be shown free of charge in Bedford on Saturday night.
Wed May 15, 2013
Manchester Small Business Week starts May 20
Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas in conjunction with the Manchester Economic Development Office will host the 3rd Annual Manchester Small Business Week beginning May 20.
New Hampshire Business Newsreel
NH unemployment rate dips to 5.5 % New Hampshire's preliminary seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for April dipped to 5.5 percent, a decrease of 0.2 percentage points from March.
Tue May 14, 2013
Docudrama in Bedford shows perils of police work
The movie examines how death and serious bodily injury affect police officers' families, their fellow officers and the communities where they work.
Mon May 13, 2013
Police cruiser, car crash in Goffstown
A two-vehicle accident involving a State Police cruiser forced the closing of a section of Route 114 in Goffstown Monday night.
Sat May 11, 2013
Foster's Daily Democrat
Goedecke Flooring named Family Business of Year
DURHAM – Goedecke Flooring and Design Center of Bedford has been named the 2013 Family Business of the Year by the University of New Hampshire Center for Family Business.
Fri May 10, 2013
Have you bought your gift for mom yet?
Nancy Bean Foster Craftworkers' Guild member Carol Gilmore of Manchester said finding unique gifts for mom is easy at the guild's spring fair in Bedford.
Thu May 09, 2013
Wire Road bridge opens two months ahead of schedule
Construction of a new bridge on Wire Road has been completed, and the roadway is now reopened to motorists following a six-month closure.
Bedford dropout rate one of lowest in state
In offering explanations for the low dropout rates at their high schools, education professionals in the communities covered by Neighborhood News point to a common denominator: alternative programs aimed at students struggling with the conventional paths toward high school graduation.
New Market Basket opens in Bedford
Jennie Churbuck's shopping cart was full when she stopped for one last purchase of hanging plants outside the new Market Basket Thursday.
Mon May 06, 2013
Bedford High School receives EDie honor
Bedford High School received the New Hampshire Excellence in Education award, also known as the EDie, on Monday during a surprise visit to the school by the members of the 2013 selection committee.
Center for American Progress
FAFSA Modernizes to Recognize LGBT Families
Kim Pollock, 17, goes through college materials in her bedroom in Bedford, New Hampshire.
Bald eagle family takes up residence in Manchester
An American bald eagle and one of its eaglets are nesting along the Merrimack River in Manchester.
Sun May 05, 2013
Exeter student, the April Francis Wayland Parker scholar, pens thank you note to educator
Writing as though she's giving a thank you note to a revolutionary 19th-century educator, Exeter High School ninth-grader Anna Sang has been named the Francis Wayland Parker Scholar of the Month for April.