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New Hampshire ranks 44th in land area, 46th in total area of the 50 states, and 41st in population. It was one of the original Thirteen Colonies and became the ninth state to ratify the United States Constitution. New Hampshire was the first U.S. state to have its own state constitution, and is the only state with neither a general sales tax nor an income tax. New Hampshire's recreational attractions include skiing and other winter sports, observing the spectacular fall foliage, summer cottages along many lakes, motor sports at the New Hampshire International Speedway, home of NASCAR events and the Loudon Classic, and Bike Week, a popular motorcycle rally associated with the Loudon Classic, held in Laconia in June.

 

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News from The New Hampshire Union Leader

Morgan Belanger recently made her comic debut opening for the 'junk rock' band Recycled Percussion - an event she hopes will be the start of a blossoming career in the world of comedy.

 

Just days after the presidential primary wrapped up in the Granite State, Gov. Maggie Hassan and Sen. Kelly Ayotte are already squaring off about how to fund their race for Senate.

 

To the Editor The New Hampshire Supreme Court erred in its recent decision upholding the immunity of the city of Concord and its police department. Immunity boils down to this Ignorance of the law is ...

 

To the Editor On Tuesday, Jan. 19, it was my family's privilege to stand among 1,500 fellow Christians in front of our capitol building in Concord and pray with Franklin Graham for a spiritual renewal...

 

To the Editor It is time, for the voters in District 1, to come together and vote for Dan Innis. It is obvious, we do not want either U.S. Rep. Carol Shea-Porter or Frank Guinta again. How many years ...

 

To the Editor It's official. Merrimack spending is out of control. Despite increases in revenues from new industries, like the sale of a 3 million building, the PSNH substation, an outlet mall, and si...

 

To the Editor The New Hampshire Community College pursues a policy of laying off full-time faculty and replacing them with low paid adjuncts and six-figure administrators.8232

 

To the Editor Merrimack made national news this week as a result of continued poor planning regarding polling locations.

 

To the Editor Reps. Haefner and Sad thought it a good idea to present the reasoning behind why they voted against mandatory food labeling here in New Hampshire. Instead, they showed ignorance on the m...

 

To the Editor Until recently, I had a favorable opinion of Gov. Maggie Hassan. I was about to contribute to her senatorial campaign. Fortunately, I heard her speak at the Democratic fundraiser in Manc...

 
 

News from The Telegraph of Nashua

TYNGSBOROUGH, Mass. - Jacob Perrin probably had one thought on Monday: Let it snow. That would have been his turn to start in net for the Bishop Guertin High School boys ice hockey team, and it would'...

 

Now that the presidential candidates have shuffled out of the Granite State to continue their campaigns, or in some cases quit, New Hampshire residents and their leftover office staffers are resigned ...

 

DURHAM - The oversized Carly Fiorina campaign signs along New Hampshire's Route 4 weren't enough to keep the Republican presidential hopeful's campaign alive past Tuesday's primary, but they could end...

 

U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster co-sponsored new legislation this week designed to amend a flaw in the Affordable Care Act that indirectly incentivizes doctors to prescribe excessive opioids for pain relief. K...

 

HUDSON - The Board of Selectmen unanimously approved a change to town code Monday that will penalize the owners of parked cars $100 for blocking snowplows. The change comes following the recommendatio...

 

NEW YORK - Now that he's with the Boston Red Sox, Dave Dombrowski doesn't expect to be making a lot of trades with Yankees general manager Brian Cashman. During Dombrowski's 13-1/2 seasons as Detroit'...

 

In case you live under a rock, Super Bowl 50 took place six days ago. Despite both defenses stealing the show - which the Denver Broncos won 24-10 over the Carolina Panthers - the matchup was hyped up...

 

NASHUA - It's the stretch run in local college men's and women's basketball. And right now, the Rivier University and Daniel Webster College teams are scrambling to get whatever position they can for ...

 

Nashua Police arrest couple  accused in check scheme A local couple with a history of drug-related arrests was taken into custody Wednesday, both accused of defrauding a bank by allegedly wr...

 

BOSTON - Isaiah Thomas had 36 points and 11 assists, including a fade away jumper that sent the game to an extra period, to help the Boston Celtics overtake the Los Angeles Clippers 139-134 in overtim...

 
 

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