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- PHOTOS: Pierce Manse celebrates 40 years with a summer concert
nhdoti93: TRAFFIC ALERT CLEARED : I-93 SB Canterbury mile marker 47.2
nhdoti93: ACCIDENT CLEAR: I-93 NB Windham mile marker 9.2.
nhdoti93: Traffic Alert: I-93 SB Canterbury mile marker 47.2. Right lane is closed. Car Fire
nhdoti93: CORRECTION ACCIDENT ALERT: I-93 NB Windham mile marker 9.2 Right lane closed
nhdoti93: ACCIDENT ALERT: I-93 NB Windham mile marker 9.2 .Left lane closed
nhdoti93: ACCIDENT CLEARED: I-93 NB Windham mile marker 4.2
nhdoti93: ACCIDENT ALERT: I-93 NB Windham mile marker 4.2 .Right lane closed
nhdoti93: ACCIDENT CLEARED: I-93 NB Windham mile marker 7.5
nhdoti93: ACCIDENT ALERT: I-93 NB Windham mile marker 7.5 . Right lane is closed
ConMonitorSport: Ball to right lands safely, tying and winning runs score. Derry 6, Concord 5 final.
ConMonitorSport: Derry seemed to have the game tied, but an interference call keeps the runner at third. Now bases loaded.
ConMonitorSport: Tying run on third for Derry with one out in bottom of the ninth.
nhdoti93: ROADWORK COMPLETE: Sanbornton, I-93 SB MM 61.8, all lanes open.
ConMonitorSport: Chris Gauss hits a two-run double, then scores the go-ahead run on a passed ball. Post 21 leads, 5-4. Tide has somewhat turned.
ConMonitorSport: Tying run on base after a double and infield single.
nhdoti93: ACCIDENT CLEARED: New Hampton, I-93 Southbound Exit 19 all lanes open.
ConMonitorSport: Final shot for Concord Post 21, going into the 9th down 4-2.
nhdoti93: ACCIDENT ALERT: New Hampton, I-93 Southbound Exit 19, left lane
ConMonitorSport: Concord got the bases loaded, but couldn't cash in. Derry retired in order. Still 4-2 after 7.
dePeystah: Frmr Liberty NH Pres. Richard Leehr going to company corporate office to work on electric and gas transmission projects across the country.
Gary Sparks, a guide at the former home of Franklin Pierce and his family, gives a history lesson about the President to Nancee Donovan, left, a greeter at the Pierce Manse, during an open house in Concord on July 24, 2014. The New Hampshire Army National Guard 39th Army Band performed a summer concert on the lawn of the Pierce Manse to celebrate its 40 years of being open to the public. (WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)
Alex Marcotte, right, of Concord, drops sunflowers into a bucket while harvesting flowers with Kim Proulx of Tilton at Apple Hill Farm in Concord on July 23, 2014. "I'd still rather be outside than anywhere else," said Proulx as the team finished their work amid high temperatures on Wednesday. (WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)
Dick Wright of Loudon, who recently retired as Chief Coordinator for the Capital Area Mutual Aide Fire Compact, stands in the newly renamed Richard E. Wright Loudon Fire Department Station 2 on July 23, 2014. (WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)
From left, Carlee Kinsley, 14, of Rochester, Jamie Haynes, 16, of Pembroke, Madison Vincent, 15, of Hillsboro, and Brooklyn Ficek, 15, of Concord, join Valery Lantratov in practicing a combination at Eastern Ballet Institute in Concord on July 22, 2014. It was the third year that Lantratov, the General Director of the Russian National Ballet Foundation, visited Eastern Ballet Institute in Concord to conduct a class as part of a tour of the United States with roughly 100 stops. (WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)
Salaam Odeh of Manchester holds up a Palestinian flag at a State House Monday to protest of the Israeli conflict in Gaza. Odeh has had relatives killed and worries about her mother who still lives in Nubls. "I am tired. I can't sleep at night thinking about what is going on over there." Odeh says. (GEOFF FORESTER Monitor staff)
U. S. Senate candidate Scott Brown and his wife, Gail Huff, listen to Bob Broneske from Londonderry on Monday, July 21, at the Barly House in Concord. Bronske is the chairman of the New Hampshire Veterans Advisory Council and was there to talk about veteran issues. (GEOFF FORESTER / Monitor staff)