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12 Solid Facts About New Hampshire's Old Man of the Mountain
On May 3, 2003, the craggy rock face known as New Hampshire's Old Man of the Mountain tumbled to the ground in spectacular fashion. For a landmark that had been in the state's DNA for generations, its collapse was like a death in the family to some. The day after it fell, peopleleft flowersat the ba
Canada says top NAFTA officials in constant contact on trade talks | New Hampshire
OTTAWA — Top U.S., Canadian and Mexican officials are in constant contact about slow-moving talks to revitalize NAFTA and are ready to meet at any time to push the process forwards, Canada’s foreign minister said on Tuesday.
Trump says he will propose new tax cuts prior to November | New Hampshire
Trump said he would meet with Republican Representative Kevin Brady, chairman of the tax-writing House Ways and Means Committee, about the proposal. He did not give any details.
NFL approves changes to kickoffs, ejections | New Hampshire
The NFL owners also expanded reviewable plays to include disqualification of players and approved ejection standards to go along with the “use of the helmet” rule. According to the new rule, ejection is possible if a player lowers his head to initiate and make contact with his helmet against an oppo
Fightin Phils lose to New Hampshire
Jose Taveras was back in an official game for the first time since he set the world on fire in Triple-A.The 6-4, 246-pound right-hander posted a 1.32 ERA in 41 ...
Spaulding Youth Center Honored with Grant from New Hampshire Electric Co-op Foundation
“Some of our children have never had an opportunity to participate in these types of activities, which are the epitome of quintessential New Hampshire childhood memories. We are honored to offer these types of adventure play and growth activities for every student, regardless of ability level."Past
Commentator floats trench coat ban in response to shooting | New Hampshire
Hugh Hewitt, shown in this file image speaking at the University of Denver in May 2010, proposed a ban on trench coats after the latest school shooting in Texas.(Icon SMI/Zuma Press/TNS)
Fisher Cats top Reading, 7-2 | New Hampshire
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. continued his assault on Double-A pitchers, going 2-for-4, and the New Hampshire Fisher Cats scored seven runs in the seventh inning to beat the Reading Fightin Phils, 7-2, on Tuesday night in Pennsylvania.
NH Business Newsreel: BAE secures F-35 contract | New Hampshire
Airman 1st Class Eric Ruiz-Garcia, 63rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit crew chief, performs an inspection on an F-35A Lightning II at Luke Air Force Base in Arizona on Dec. 1.
Medicare won't work for everyone | New Hampshire
To the Editor: Roger Bleau’s letter indicates that if we remove the payroll cap, a Medicare-for-all system would work. The cap he references is only for Social Security contributions. In fact, there is no cap to the Medicare premium tax. Under the ACA there is also an additional tax for high-income
Lowering rates: Veto bills that would increase them | New Hampshire
We have praised Gov. Chris Sununu forputting forward an energy planthat focuses on ratepayers, a conspicuous departure from the priorities of the Lynch and Hassan administrations.Sununu has a chance to follow through on that principle byvetoing a trio of billsthat would do nothing but increase New H
Heads up for a tax rebate | New Hampshire
To the Editor: Low and moderate income homeowners in New Hampshire may qualify for a rebate (RSA 198:57) on the State Education Property Tax portion of their property tax bill. This is based on their Adjusted Gross Income on the previous years (2017) Federal Income Tax form: (1) a single person with
Garrison Keillor: A friendly column, nothing about him, whatsoever | New Hampshire
THE LILACS are in bloom out at the old family homestead and it’s pleasant to stand by the bushes and smell them and recall that the outhouse used to stand a few feet away. Who does not feel his faith in resurrection strengthened by this news? We’ve all been stinkers at times but once we leave the bo
Tasting Notes with Jim Beauregard: A strong stout from the monks at Spencer | New Hampshire
Happy withthe weather these days? Some days over 90, some in the high 50s — we are definitely in between. While I am tempted to switch over to lighter beers for summer, it seems we still need to think about some big, bold beers for the cold nights that still seem to be hanging on.
Many Americans missing solid job market's bounty, Fed survey shows | New Hampshire
The results of the Fed’s 2017 report on the the economic well-being of U.S. households, which also explored the consequences of the opioid epidemic for the first time, found that conditions have generally improved but many groups continue to struggle.
As expected, Belichick ignores absentee Brady | New Hampshire
Tuesday morning, Belichick said, “I’m not going to talk about the people that aren’t here,” when asked if he’s spoken to Brady. “The guys who are here are improving, they’re working hard. Those are the guys we’re going to focus on.”
Etling, Hoyer do the passing at Pats' OTAs | New Hampshire
— As the New England Patriots took the field for the second time during OTAs Tuesday, it felt as if the whole gang was back together. Julian Edelman was making sharp cuts with his yellow Kent State shirt under his jersey, Devin McCourty was joking around with teammates and assistant coaches were yel
Betts' 16th homer lifts Red Sox past Rays | New Hampshire
Betts’ blast was a three-run shot, putting him one home run ahead of teammate J.D. Martinez and Baltimore’s Manny Machado for the most in the majors. Rafael Devers launched a solo homer for Boston, which won for the fifth time in six games.
Son held in Virginia jail as mother's stabbing death is probed | New Hampshire
Phillip Nash, left, is being held in a Virginia jail. The body of his mother, Frances Nash, right, was found Monday in Canterbury; she had been stabbed to death.
Serial rapist likely to be released from his civil commitment in Mass. | New Hampshire
Wayne S. Chapman, convicted of offenses in three states and named as a suspect in the 1976 disappearance of a 10-year-old Lawrence, Mass., boy, could be set free as soon as today on the basis of testimony in Suffolk Superior Court from psychologists Gregg Belle and Katrin Rouse-Weir, who found him t