Man sentenced for selling cocaine outside mall
A New Hampshire man has been sentenced to a year in jail for selling cocaine out of his car in a mall parking lot in Vermont.
Big turnout expected for NH beer fest
Assistant brewmasters Craig Yergeau, left, and Bryan Link with a sampling of their creations at Milly's Tavern in Manchester.
NH businesses benefit from statewide tax-credit program
The Community Development Finance Authority's board of directors announced almost $6 million in statewide tax credits on July 17. CDFA Chair Janet Ackerman said the tax-credit program "continues to demonstrate its importance as an innovative tool in advancing community development in New Hampshire.
Pharmacy continues to expand in Littleton
David Rochefort, owner and chief pharmacist of the Eastern States Compounding Pharmacy in Littleton, stands in front of a cabinet displaying items and reference books from the early days of the pharmaceutical industry in America.
Power outage knocks machine offline at Gorham Paper and Tissue
A power outage on July 8, traced to the failure of lines and equipment at a substation in Littleton, affected some 21,000 customers in the North Country, Public Service of New Hampshire said.
Letter: North is paying for south
But in the infinite wisdom of state politicians, a deliberate tax increase was imposed.