Sat May 18, 2013
The careless art of the wonderful summer cocktail
In this image taken on April 22, 2013, summer cocktails, clockwise from top, Trashy Red Wine Sangria, Vodka Watermelon Slushie, Pisco Sour and Gin and Bitter Lemon are shown in Concord, N.H. Photo: Matthew Mead In this image taken on April 22, 2013, summer cocktails, clockwise from top, Trashy Red Wine Sangria, Vodka Watermelon Slushie, Pisco Sour ... (more)
Pelham man biking against diabetes in the 'Tour de Cure'
Avid cyclist Paul Dadak has taken many long training and recreational bike rides in his life, but none have borne more personal meaning for him than the annual 100-kilometer, or 62-mile, "Tour de Cure: North Shore," which starts and finishes Sunday morning at the Topsfield Fairgrounds.
Fri May 17, 2013
Foster's Daily Democrat
Portsmouth Chamber takes stand against N.H. casino
The Greater Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce board of directors voted unanimously Thursday, with one member abstaining, to oppose SB 152, the casino bill under debate in the New Hampshire Legislature.
Thu May 16, 2013
Casino committee looks to find acceptable language, more votes
House members will have to overturn the Joint Finance and Ways and Means Committee recommendation to kill the bill, before the 45-page amendment can come before the House for a vote.
Allenstown librarian appears on a Who Wants to be a Millionaire?a
Disney Photo Amber Cushing, the librarian at Allenstown Public Library was a contestant on "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" in the episode which aired Monday, May 13.
NH DHHS Recognizes May as Foster Care Month
Concord, NH The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services , Division for Children, Youth and Families is joining with the rest of the country in celebrating National Foster Care Month.
They didn't hesitate to risk their lives for others
State Trooper Scott Frye steps forward to collect his Hero Award Wednesday at the State House in Concord.
Wed May 15, 2013
New Hampshire Business Newsreel
Hooper is being honored for his dedication to programs that provide essential business skills to younger workers in the state's construction trade, as well as for his extensive community contributions, according to the magazine.
Tanker owner fights NH, Maine on bridge costs
The owner of the tanker that collided with the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge April 1 is fighting a civil lawsuit filed by the states of Maine and New Hampshire to recoup over $2 million in repair costs.
N.H. House panel votes to kill casino bill; full vote next week
A special House committee charged with researching gambling voted by the narrowest margin Wednesday against legalizing a casino in New Hampshire.
Five arrested in six Concord burglaries
And police arrested two homeless men on burglary charges after they were allegedly caught in the act of stripping metal out of an abandoned building.
3 from Mass. charged in NH break-ins
Police in Concord, N.H., have arrested three people from Massachusetts on burglary-related charges following a series of break-ins. Police said the three are suspected in a least five break-ins in the city.
Christian Science Monitor
An inspired career strategy
A new book titled " Lean In " by Sheryl Sandberg , chief operating officer of Facebook , is prompting much discussion.
Tue May 14, 2013
Concord to Manchester Boston Regional Airport bus service ramps up
The Capital Budget Overview Committee approved the use of Turnpike toll credits to cover the state's share to leverage other federal money for the one-year duration while a corridor study is done to determine the best long-term strategies to address the need.
Nhgop Blasts Hassan Administration's New Hospitality Income Tax
Concord New Hampshire Republican State Committee Chairman Jennifer Horn today blasted Governor Maggie Hassan for trying to impose a new tax on New Hampshire's hospitality industry.
Pembroke zoning board rules against proposed adult store
Evelyn Carey pauses in front of the Trevor's Toybox storefront on Main Street in Pembroke; Monday, March 18, 2013.
Foster's Daily Democrat
June 2 fest will benefit NH Farm to School project
DURHAM – Spend an afternoon at Concord's Dimond Hill Farm Sunday, June 2, at a farm day event to benefit NH Farm to School, a project of the University of New Hampshire Sustainability Institute that connects New Hampshire farms with local schools.
Mon May 13, 2013
Police: Concord man charged with assaulting girl in bedroom being investigated in similar case
The Concord man recently charged with sexually assaulting an 11-year-old girl as she slept is now being investigated in connection to a similar incident that happened at a residence about a block away in March, according to the police.
PHOTOS: Bicycle safety lesson in Concord
Jen Greene of Sunapee steers through a balance exercise led by Billy Whitcher off South Main Street in Concord; Monday, May 13, 2013.