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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

The Director of Motor Vehicles, Elizabeth A. Bielecki, released the following list of Driving While Intoxicated revocations noting that the actual date of revocation may have preceded this announcemen...

 

To the Editor Whether it is the recent failures at the Division for Children, Youth and Families that resulted in the tragic deaths of two New Hampshire toddlers or her administration's belated respon...

 

To the Editor Peterborough's municipal solar project is in trouble. As you reported, New Hampshire taxpayers kicked in 1.2 million to build it.

 

To the Editor Your editorial 'Son of CON NH hospitals haunted by competition' hit the nail on the head. Replacing New Hampshire's soon-to-expire certificate-of-need CON program with a new, similar pro...

 

To the Editor As we just marked Earth Day, I believe it is an appropriate time to thank Sen. Kelly Ayotte for all the work she does on behalf of New Hampshire's climate, air, water and environment. Ke...

 

The Red Sox completed a sweep of the rival Yankees as Christian Vazquez clubbed a two-run, seventh-inning homer off Dellin Betances to lift Boston to an 8-7 victory over floundering New York on Sunday...

 

One of the components or categories of psychological needs that leads to intrinsic or self-motivation is that for connectedness or relatedness.

 

As stores begin to open, The Ridge Marketplace is generating excitement for shoppers and city leaders, who have been awaiting the arrival of the 500-square-foot shopping center for more than a decade.

 

As businesses in Rochester look to attract destination shoppers for their upcoming summer season, two local store managers are sharing their secrets to success.

 

Twenty activists have been chosen as members of New Hampshire Senior Leadership, a collaboration among AARP New Hampshire, the Center on Aging and Community Living at the University of New Hampshire, ...

 
 

News from The Telegraph of Nashua

Durham Rally seeks to aid immigrants Social justice advocates in New Hampshire are making the rejection of racism, xenophobia and anti-Muslim sentiment the themes of their annual May Day Rally for Imm...

 

Figuring out who won or lost in an NFL draft takes years, not hours. Finding trends is a whole lot easier. Some were obvious, such as the love given Ohio State, and the disdain for 2015 bowl teams Ten...

 

We miss J.P. Pyne. And you know what? The Nashua baseball community should, too. Let's face it, we were better off with him in the area. He did what certainly looked like the impossible, turning the D...

 

Almost every known material or natural element seemed to be represented in one way or another Sunday afternoon throughout five floors of R.J. Finlay's 30 Temple St. building, where scores of visitors ...

 

HUDSON - Hudson selectmen approved the sale of close to $1 million in town-owned properties and made the police department's victim and witness advocate a full-time position at their meeting this week...

 

AMHERST - Souhegan High School's science labs need updating, but instead of merely adding new plumbing and countertops, school officials are considering major changes. At their most recent meeting, So...

 

AMHERST - After Kinder Morgan announced last week it is suspending plans for a 188-mile natural gas pipeline run through a number of New Hampshire towns, local political leaders said community opposit...

 

NASHUA - Leaves are starting to bud along the canopy of trees lining the rail trail that is both a lifeline for residents who rely on it for shopping and other daily needs and those who simply enjoy s...

 

INDEPENDENCE, Ohio - LeBron James isn't a fan of the NBA's officiating reviews. "I'm not fond of it," he said Friday. James was asked about the league's postgame reports in the aftermath of ...

 

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. - John Elway leaned against a wall outside the team meeting room adorned with images from the Denver Broncos' Super Bowl season and declared, "The plan is to keep picking at the ...

 
 

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