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Police say man was selling fireworks at Hollis flea market

HOLLIS, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire fire officials say a Massachusetts man faces charges after selling fireworks at the Hollis Flea Market.

Today at 10:27AM
Police say man dead after car hits tree in Deerfield

DEERFIELD, N.H. (AP) - Police say an 81-year-old man is dead after his car struck a tree in Deerfield.

Today at 10:14AM
Vermont gun range ticketed for noise violations

WILLISTON, Vt. (AP) - A Vermont shooting range has been cited twice in the past month for noise violations after terminating its agreement with the town of Williston - which rejected its proposal to add a third day of shooting.

Today at 08:45AM
Vermont hosting Great Lakes scientists at not-so-great lake

BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - Scientists at the University of Vermont still chuckle at the memory of Lake Champlain's brief listing as the sixth Great Lake, and they don't hold a grudge: those who spent years studying the not-so-great lake are hosting colleagues from across the globe eager to hear about the latest research about the world's largest bodies of fresh water.

Today at 08:41AM
New Hampshire hospitals say Medicaid expansion is working

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - The number of uninsured people showing up in New Hampshire emergency rooms continues to drop, a trend hospital officials attribute to the state's expanded Medicaid program.

Today at 08:35AM
Everett Turnpike gets another safety truck to help drivers

NASHUA, N.H. (AP) - Another safety patrol truck is assisting drivers along New Hampshire's Everett Turnpike.

Today at 08:33AM
Patriots fans rally in support of Tom Brady

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) - Dozens of New England Patriots fans filled a parking lot at Gillette Stadium to protest the four-game suspension handed to quarterback Tom Brady over the "Deflategate" scandal.

Today at 08:02AM
Senate budget writers restore many cuts in House plan

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - With the benefits of more time and money, Senate budget writers are crafting a two-year state spending plan that restores many of the cuts made by their House counterparts in April.

Today at 07:20AM
Wife of man killed in accident says he was safety stickler

LONDONDERRY, N.H. (AP) - The wife of a New Hampshire motorcycle driver killed in a collision with a car in Londonderry says he was concerned about safety and was wearing his helmet at the time of the crash.

Today at 06:51AM
2 June business sessions to focus on online security

BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - Vermont businesses looking to boost their online security will have two chances to attend conferences on the topic in June.

Today at 12:50AM
Last Two Essentials Clothing Stores To Close

Hanover -- Upper Valley women who want a lithe Italian Nana Nucci dress or men who favor fine Baroni suits will soon have to drive to Boston or Burlington (or go online) to buy their favorite upscale clothes:…

Today at 12:50AM
Hypertherm, Casella Work to Maximize Recycling

Lebanon -- Hypertherm wants to throw out the idea of garbage. All of it. The Hanover-based maker of industrial cutting equipment, which has a 160,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Lebanon, has…

Today at 12:50AM
Column: Populism Is Now Popular Across the Political Spectrum

Candidates of the left, right and center have something in common: They all want to be seen as populists. Hillary Clinton attacks income inequality and issues booklets showing how well she stacks up,…

Today at 12:50AM
Editorial: A Grievance in Quechee

The executive committee of the Quechee Lakes Landowners Association recently announced in an email to its 1,400 members that it was sharply curtailing the use by Hartford residents of QLLA facilities --…

Today at 12:47AM
Financial Advisers Don't Care About Millennials, and Vice Versa

The investment industry has an age discrimination problem, and millennials and Generation X are bearing the brunt of it. Only 30 percent of financial advisers are actively looking for clients under age…

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Trails Day Event in Woodstock Features Hikes, Tastings, Music

Woodstock -- A free event in Woodstock next month will mark National Trails Day with hikes and local food tastings. The 7th annual Trek to Taste on the Trails of Woodstock is set for June 6 from 10 a.m.-3…

Today at 12:47AM
Woes of Password Protection

Pittsburgh -- High on the White House's hit list: The series of letters, numbers and symbols you type in when you access everything from your bank account to your Netflix list. "Kill the password dead…

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River Celebration In Windsor Includes Paddling

Windsor -- A free event on June 20 in Windsor will celebrate the Connecticut River and the people who help protect it. The annual River Celebration, held at sites along the river, is sponsored by the…

Today at 12:47AM
Column: What's Wrong With Betting on Elections?

I wrote a few weeks ago about why paying people to vote is more attractive than a legal mandate as a way of increasing turnout. Recent news stories about how Hillary Clinton is the heavy betting favorite…

Today at 12:47AM
N.H. Facing Shortage of Foster Families

Concord -- New Hampshire is facing a critical shortage of foster homes, say child protective agencies, who are encouraging Granite Staters to consider opening their homes to a child from their community.…

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Book Details Heroic WWII Doolittle Raid

After Pearl Harbor and before D-Day and the Bomb, there was the Doolittle raid on Tokyo. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, hoping to rally the American public for what he knew would be a long war, had…

Today at 12:47AM
Dartmouth Grad Is Go-To Milliner For Celebrities

Pittsburgh -- You could say Eugenia Kim's career in millinery was sparked by a series of fortunate misfortunes. The Monroeville, Pa., native who graduated from high school in 1992 realized she didn't…

Today at 12:47AM
Not 'Alternative' Anymore

Los Angeles -- When the members of Faith No More took the stage of the Wiltern in Los Angeles for the first of three concerts last month, they didn't warm up the crowd with one of their old hits. Instead,…

Today at 12:46AM
Pulling Event Targets Invasives

Springfield, Vt. -- To help curb the spread of invasive plants, the Black River Action Team will hold a garlic mustard pulling event on June 7, from 9-11 a.m. Volunteers should meet at the gravel parking…

Today at 12:46AM
COVER Receives $200 Donation Sugar River Rotary

White River Junction -- COVER Home Repair, a nonprofit that makes urgently needed repairs for low-income homeowners, has received a donation of $200 from Sugar River Rotary Club in Claremont. Staff and…