The rise of the snowmen
Though it's the start of snowman season, this massive fellow made of round bales of hay at Dodge Farms in New Boston will likely outlast them all.
Today's Santa Fund Donor List
Manchester Firefighters' Boot Drive from the annual Manchester Christmas Parade: $1,458: 47 Happy Birthday, Angus Kennedy: $250: 00 Merry Christmas to all: $200: 00 In honor of our wounded warriors from Pat & Jean McGiffin: : $100: 00 In memory of my husband, Joseph J: Dyrkacz from his wife, Mary: $50: 00 A blessed holiday season to all from Holy ... (more)
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UNH police log
The University of New Hampshire Department of Police released the following police log for Nov. 12: Damin A. Rakhmanov, 19, of Dane Road, New Boston, was charged on Nov. 12 for possession of drugs at Hunter Hall and released on bail.
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Small works at the Emporium
Holly Berry Exhibit of Small Works runs through Jan. 31 with an open house Friday, Dec. 6, 5-8 PM, at Emporium Framing and Gallery, 261 Main St. Home for the Holidays Shop and Stroll Main Street 2013 takes place at the same time in downtown South Berwick, The exhibit features regional artists in an array of mediums including tapestry of Janet ... (more)
New Boston teen works to spread awareness of chronic pain
When a simple sprained ankle led to a debilitating condition called Complex Regional Pain Syndrome , Alyssa McGraw's life changed forever, but instead of giving in, she is fighting to be an advocate for herself and for others who are living in pain.
Eternal flame places at Nashua Kennedy bust
A New Boston man is sharing his respect and admiration for President John F. Kennedy through a replica of the eternal flame in Nashua.
Francestown eyes work with regional planning commission
The town plans a public forum at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 10 at town hall to hear presentations from two potential planning partners.
Supreme Court upholds conviction in Hooksett man's killing of wife
Robert Dupont, 65, was convicted of two counts of second-degree murder in the Oct. 12, 2008, murder of Jo-Ann Francis, 60. In appealing the convictions, he argued that Judge Gillian Abramson, who presided at the Hillsborough County Superior Court trial, did not explain to jurors that the state had to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that he had not ... (more)