Sunday May 12
Weare Center Store is back in business after fire
After a fire destroyed part of the building last year, the Weare Center Store is back in business.
House joint committee will vote on casino bill Wednesday
House budget writers expect to vote Wednesday on a bill legalizing one casino in the state of New Hampshire.
NH House gambling panel would hike state take
A special House panel said Thursday it would want a bigger profit for New Hampshire if a casino is approved.
Dog Days of Spring: editorial
For centuries canines have been bred to protect us. Save our faith when it is lost.
Elderly NH man pushed drugs, guns, police say
A 76-year-old man is under arrest on drug charges after an eight-month undercover police investigation that resulted in the confiscation of $3,100 in cash, drugs and 57 firearms.
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Sheep, wool keep farm visitors busy
Shearing, spinning and herding demonstrations were just a few activities offered at the New Hampshire Farm Museum on Saturday.
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Beekeeping taught at bee school
Courtesy photo Isabelle Burke, an enthusiastic member of the Merrimack Valley Beekeepers Association and a helpful mentor to new beekeepers, performs a wellness check on her hives in Merrimack, seen here alongside a visiting beekeeper, her brother, Charlie Wenk, of Winfield, Ill.
Meet Chris Corkery, Stark's new principal
From the war-torn countries of Iraq and Kuwait to the classrooms of a Manchester high school, Chris Corkery has been trained to take the lead, and as he prepares to head the John Stark Regional High School as principal, Corkery hopes his leadership skills will help the school thrive.
'Spring Rising' blooms on NH scenic byway
General Stark's Spring Rising, featuring a weekend of family-friendly activities and events, will be offered along the General John Stark Scenic Byway, a circular route connecting the towns of Goffstown, Dunbarton, Weare and New Boston.