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New 'NCIS' spinoff sets up shop in New Orleans

The newest members of the successful NCIS TV franchise understand the importance of their family roots. But the stars and producers of NCIS: New Orleans also are betting that the crime drama's setting,…

Today at 01:35AM
On race weekend, NHMS general manager Gappens 'does everything'

The white Toyota with "NHMS 1" license plates was getting a lot of looks as it passed through a sea of RVs yesterday at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon. The Sylvania 300 green flag doesn't drop…

Today at 01:21AM
Facing punishment, Chichester road agent not allowed to know accusations

In a trial-like meeting between Chichester's Board of Selectmen and its road agent yesterday, the board couldn't agree whether the road agent should be allowed to see what he's accused of. Two members…

Today at 01:19AM
High schools: Bow golfers not at their best, but good enough to stay unbeaten

The Bow and Kearsarge golf teams have enjoyed their share of success so far this season, but Falcons Coach Mike Seraikis knows "it all comes down to one day." Luckily for both teams, it wasn't this day.…

Today at 01:03AM
High school Stars of the Day

Jeremy Duhamel & Doug Champagne, Bow golf, co-medalists at 37 JP Nemcovich, Brady boys' soccer, goal in 1-0 win Duncan Nee, Concord Christian boys' soccer, 3 goals in CC's first win Caleb Drouin,…

Today at 01:02AM
UNH program brings family businesses together to learn from experts, each other

The time to patch the roof is when the sun is shining. And the time to write a buy-sell agreement with your family members and business partners is before someone throws the cranberry sauce at the wall…

Today at 12:09AM
My Turn: Modern education needs competition and choice

Years ago while cleaning the attic, I found a book published in 1897 titled Burke's Conciliation with America. A relative, Henry Tilton Gorrell, had written his name and the date - 02/28/28 - inside the…

Today at 12:09AM
My Turn: Look north, look east to see cost of climate change

Climate change is already financially affecting those who can least afford it in New Hampshire. Just ask this state's North Country businesses that cater to our moose hunters. With several shorter winters…

Today at 12:09AM
Editorial: Looking back and ahead at the same time

For half a century, beginning in the 1960s, the downtowns of most American cities, large and small, began to decline as their residents moved to the suburbs and shoppers abandoned Main Streets for malls.…

Sep 18
PHOTO: Adopting a dog at the Pope Memorial SPCA

Nikki Rivers of Penacook took her a lunch hour to look at some of the dogs at the Pope Memorial SPCA on Thursday and found "Smitty," a beagle mix. Rivers saw first him online but it was love at first sight…

Sep 18
PSNH plans to rebuild old power line in Concord, Webster

When PSNH engineer David Still sat before the Concord Planning Board this week, resident Tony Bourque of River Road sat in the audience. As the utility makes plans to resurrect an old 7.5-mile power distribution…

Sep 18
5 businesses getting $163K in solar project grants

Five New Hampshire small businesses are getting over $163,000 in USDA grants for solar projects estimated to power about 180 homes a year. The businesses are 959 Boys of Portsmouth, Conner Bottling Works…

Sep 18
Man who shot mother, self, was law school student

A man who authorities say fatally shot his mother, then killed himself, was a student at Vermont Law School. Authorities said 35-year-old Jonathan Trombly of Amherst, New Hampshire, shot his mother, 69-year-old…

Sep 18
Woman, 2 daughters robbed in hotel parking lot

The police in Manchester are looking for two men who robbed a woman and her two children who had just pulled into a hotel parking lot in a rental car after their flight landed at Manchester-Boston Regional…

Sep 18
The Insiders: Look what we found - it's an entire downtown of stuff to check out

Normally in this column we (eloquently and hilariously) encourage you to visit someplace downtown. Well today we're encouraging you to visit all of the places. Today is the debut of Discover Downtown,…

Sep 18
Verdict expected in former health analyst's wrongful termination trial

A jury is expected to issue a verdict today in the case of Leslie Ludtke, a former health policy analyst who claims she was wrongfully terminated in 2011 by the New Hampshire Insurance Department. Ludtke…

Sep 18
Patient-centered care can improve costs and quality, industry panelists say at health summit

It requires an investment in time, money and a lot of work behind the scenes, but industry officials said they're optimistic that a more coordinated approach to primary care can both cut costs in the long…

Sep 18
Latest gubernatorial finance reports released, show biggest spending in media and ads

The latest campaign finance reports for New Hampshire's gubernatorial candidates show an emphasis on media buys in the days leading up to the primary election. The campaigns for Democratic Gov. Maggie…

Sep 18
New Hampshire sending cases to be tested for Enterovirus-D68

Samples from five New Hampshire residents are being tested to determine whether they are infected with the respiratory illness that has sickened more than 150 people across 18 states in recent months. State…

Sep 18
Bill would require convicts to attend sentencing

A New Hampshire lawmaker wants to require violent offenders to attend their sentencing hearings, in the wake of a dispute that arose in the case of a man convicted of raping and killing a 19-year-old college…

Sep 18
'Sesame Street' enters 45th season

Hard to believe it has been 45 years of Sunny Days and Everything's A-okays, but PBS stalwart Sesame Street indeed turned 45 this month and expanded to include a second, half-hour daily show. The 26 new…