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Former Manchester lawyer sentenced to 40 years for producing child pornography
Former Manchester lawyer Lisa Biron was sentenced yesterday to 40 years in prison for sexually exploiting a 14-year-old girl multiple times last year, including taking her to Canada for filmed sex with a young man.
Defeat of casino bill leaves state house buzzing
The state house is still buzzing over Wednesday's vote to kill a bill that would have brought casino gambling to New Hampshire.
Thu May 23, 2013
Bishop Libasci to ordain 2 at St. Joseph Cathedral
Bishop Peter A. Libasci will ordain Jeffrey A. Paveglio and Michael S. Zgonc to the transitional diaconate at St.
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Summer concert series runs June through August
The free Summer Concert Series, which runs from June through August every Wednesday, is sponsored by the Merrimack Parks and Recreation Department, under the guidance of Director Sherry Kalish.
How Merrimack Co. representatives voted on N.H. casino bill
The New Hampshire House yesterday voted, 199-164, to kill a bill allowing a single casino in New Hampshire.
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Berwick concrete facility cleared after fatal accident
A local concrete mixing facility was found to be clear of any workplace safety issues following an accidental death last year.
Sun May 19, 2013
Sat May 18, 2013
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.
Message to Nashua Community College grads: find strength
Oliver Huck of Merrimack smiles to a relative as she snaps a photograph during Saturday's graduation ceremony at Nashua Community College.
Wed May 15, 2013
PUC gives OK to PSNH on lower rate for returnees
Public Service of New Hampshire can move forward with the establishment of a lower rate for customers who return to the utility after buying electricity from a competitor, the PUC said.
Sun May 12, 2013
Washington Memo: Let's modernize export rules
We must do more to grow our economy and create the jobs we need to compete in the 21st century marketplace.
Thu May 09, 2013
Saturday, June 1, Is Free Fishing Day
Saturday, June 1, is Free Fishing Day in New Hampshire, so get out your fishing gear and head for the water! You don't need a license to fish that day, so make plans to cast a line with family and friends.
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.
Londonderry district hires Putney as new Matthew Thornton principal
Matthew Thornton Elementary School will soon have a new face in the principal's office.
Tue May 07, 2013
May 7, 2013 - Spec Bowers' column is on Sunacom.com
Each week there are fewer and fewer public hearings but this week there are some biggies.
MMS Educator Earns Teacher of the Year Nod
It wasn't the letter he was expecting to receive in the mail. In fact, Garth McKinney said he read the letter twice before it sank in.
Mon May 06, 2013
Aurore Eaton's Looking Back: A new garden cemetery for Manchester
The Valley Cemetery in Manchester showing the Mile Brook, meandering walkways, granite staircases and a gazebo in the ravine, late 19th century.
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Bald Eagle Chicks Are First Seen In Merrimack River Valley In Decades
Bird watchers working for the New Hampshire Audubon have spotted the first bald eagle chicks hatched in the Merrimack River Valley in decades.
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Bricsys Releases BricsCAD V13.2 Update
Ghent, Belgium and Merrimack, NH, USA May 06, 2013 Bricsys, a global provider of dwg engineering design software brought to market under the BricsCAD brand, today announced the immediate availability of the BricsCAD V13.2 update for the Windows operating system.