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Welcome to December, New Hampshire book lovers! Check out the events happening around the Granite State this week, December 5-12, 2013, and pick up a little something for everyone on your holiday list while you are there.
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10 hrs ago | UnionLeader.com
At a press conference Tuesday, two groups opposing casino gambling in the past, Granite State Coalition Against Expanded Gambling and Casino Free New Hampshire, announced a unified effort to fight the latest attempt to expand gambling in the state.
14 hrs ago | UnionLeader.com
Mike Boswell remembers the long rides in the dark from Littleton to Plymouth and back, packing as many as 1,500 copies of the Union Leader into whatever his dad, Earl Boswell, happened to be driving at the time.
At the risk of sounding like Navin R. Johnson in "The Jerk," let me rejoice in telling you that the new bond statement is here.
U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., held a roundtable discussion with several Seacoast business leaders Monday at One New Hampshire Avenue about the effect the Affordable Care Act will have on their companies and employees.
The Granite State Ringers, New Hampshire's only auditioned community handbell choir, will present the Bells in Winter holiday concert on Sunday, Dec. 15, at 3 p.m. at Community Church of Durham, 17 Main Street in Durham.
A traveling medical technician was sentenced Monday to 39 years in prison for stealing painkillers and infecting dozens of patients in four states with hepatitis C through tainted syringes.
Firefighters are battling a fire at a building that was the home of an 11-year-old girl who vanished and was found dead in 2011.
The Town Council on Monday urged the University of New Hampshire to open its historic outdoor pool next summer.
John DiStaso, the New Hampshire Union Leader's senior political writer, began writing "Granite Status" in 1982.
Jury selection will continue Tuesday in the trial of a man accused of setting a fire that killed four people.
Jerry Benuck photo Jessie Levine, Bedford's town manager, recently resigned to take the post of Sullivan County Manager.
Bob Smith, the former Republican senator from New Hampshire, announced this week that he's going to try to win back the seat he lost in 2002, the one now occupied by Democrat Jeanne Shaheen.
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As former Exeter Hospital medical technician David M. Kwiatkowski is sentenced today, his victims will tell a federal judge the physical and emotional torment they endured after contracting hepatitis C from the man prosecutors say touched off a "national public health crisis."
The union representing paraprofessionals working in the Exeter Region Cooperative School District has lodged an unfair labor practice complaint against the district after their hours were reduced at the start of this school year.