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Today at 05:40AM
Lawyer chosen to lead New Hampshire's AARP

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A New Hampshire lawyer has been appointed to lead the state's chapter of the AARP and its 228,000 members.

Today at 05:15AM
Lawsuit against New Hampshire ski area dismissed

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A judge has dismissed a Massachusetts couple's lawsuit against the operators of a New Hampshire ski area, saying the companies can't be held liable for a crash between a ski instructor and a teenage boy.

Today at 05:02AM
New director at economic development group

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - There's a new person about to head the Community Development Finance Authority in New Hampshire.

Today at 04:45AM
US Forest Service promotes summer fun at ski areas

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Three Vermont ski areas at least partially located in the Green Mountain National Forest could expand their summer recreational activities by taking part in a new national program designed to promote year-round recreation activities on the federal land.

Today at 04:45AM
NH Senate voting on fetal homicide bill

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire's Senate is voting whether to treat a fetus who dies in a homicide as a person even if the mother lives.

Today at 04:08AM
Hotel's role in 1944 conference to be discussed

BRETTON WOODS, N.H. (AP) - The Mount Washington Hotel and its setting for the genesis of the International Monetary Fund in 1944 is the subject of an upcoming talk.

Today at 12:59AM
In the Garden: And the winners for plants of the year are ...

Every year since 1932 the All-America Selections judges have evaluated new varieties of seeds using a nationwide network of test gardens. Entries with the highest average scores are worthy of winning the…

Today at 12:19AM
Braun's two home runs help Brewers rally past Pirates

Ryan Braun hit two homers, including a two-run shot with two outs in the ninth inning that sent the Milwaukee Brewers over the Pittsburgh Pirates, 8-7, last night. Braun has five home runs this season…

Today at 12:17AM
Boston Marathon: Time to finish what he started

Joe Conway of Bradford ran last year's Boston Marathon as part of the Dana-Farber team, raising money to help fight cancer and paying tribute to his late wife, Maryse, who lost her battle with Non-Hodgkin's…

Today at 12:17AM
Boston Marathon: Bow runner gets chance of a lifetime

When Bow's Kally Abrams found out her employer, Stonyfield Farms, was giving away entries into this year's Boston Marathon, she pounced. "I do nothing small, so I pretty much wrote a book going back…

Today at 12:15AM
Capital Beat: Death penalty repeal, marijuana decriminalization may not be dead just yet

Despite the New Hampshire Senate's seeming defeat of bills to repeal the death penalty and decriminalize up to an ounce of marijuana Thursday, the prime House sponsors of both pieces of legislation still…

Today at 12:15AM
Mentors help minority companies accelerate growth

Mel Gravely said his construction company might not exist today if he didn't have mentors to guide it. Gravely's company, TriVersity, joined a program called a minority business accelerator even before…

Today at 12:15AM
One year after marathon bombings, Concord's Bauman family reflects on tragedy, community support

Winters at Jeff and Csilla Bauman's Thomas Street home in Concord were always spent in the backyard on a homemade ice rink. Csilla would watch from the kitchen window as Jeff and the three boys skated…

Today at 12:11AM
Editorial: A dismal start for Havenstein

Count us among those who had high hopes when Walt Havenstein began publicly considering running for governor as a Republican. Those hopes nosedived this week when Havenstein laid out in broad strokes the…

Today at 12:10AM
Parents of Pembroke basketball players voice frustration

After news broke last week that Division I schools are refusing to schedule games against the Pembroke Academy boys' basketball team for the 2014-15 season, Pembroke school officials held an informational…

Today at 12:09AM
U.S. energy boom blurs party lines

The U.S. energy boom is blurring the traditional political battle lines across the country. Democrats are split between environmentalists and business and labor groups, with the proposed Canada-to-Texas…

Today at 12:03AM
Zohydro ban unlikely in N.H., as doctors and pharmacists voluntarily postpone using it

It appears unlikely the state will launch a moratorium against the new pain medication Zohydro, but the drug still promises to be difficult to find in the state as doctors and pharmacists voluntarily reject…

Today at 12:02AM
Concord Crier

PENACOOK Yard sale and bake sale to be held May 17 The United Church of Penacook will hold an indoor/outdoor yard sale and bake sale May 17 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tables can be rented inside for $15 and…

Apr 19
Concord spring leaf and grass pickup begins tomorrow

Spring leaf and grass collection will begin tomorrow and last until May 31. The program is open to all Concord residents who participate in the city's curbside trash collection. Materials are collected…

Apr 19
NEC president no longer in running at two universities

New England College President Michele Perkins is no longer in the running to lead Guilford College in North Carolina or the University of Akron in Ohio and will remain in her leadership role at the Henniker…

Apr 19
The Insiders: Peep these tasty Easter brunches

Happy Easter, readers. Here's hoping you've mowed through a couple of piles of candy, and also mowed all the fake green grass that has no doubt become the new turf in your living room. We spent our morning…

Apr 19
PHOTOS: Easter Egg Hunt at Keach Park in Concord

More than 2,000 plastic eggs were scattered across the fields at Keach Park on Saturday morning for one of the Concord Recreation Department's Easter Egg Hunts. Two others were held at White Park and Rolfe…