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Concord Craft Brewing flip flops on new location

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Concord Craft Brewing will reapply to the city's zoning board to open in a new location after receiving prior approval on a different space.

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Federal protection considered for endangered Vermont turtles

RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) - Federal wildlife officials are considering adding two rare Vermont turtles to the list of nationally endangered species.

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Portsmouth City Council considers trash collection changes

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (AP) - The Portsmouth City Council is considering a change to its trash and recyclable collection times in the city's historic downtown district amid growing concerns.

Nov 29
Vt. Targets Road Runoff

Danville, Vt. -- From paved city streets to hilly dirt roads, runoff from Vermont's roadways contributes more than 10 percent of the pollution flowing into Lake Champlain that fuels toxic algae blooms…

Nov 29
Clinton Makes New Pledge at N.H. Stop

Manchester -- Hillary Rodham Clinton unveiled the first piece of a new jobs agenda on Sunday, promising hundreds of billions of dollars in fresh federal spending in an effort to compete with the liberal…

Nov 29
Column: Reward Frequent Fliers With Cash

American Airlines has announced the end of the Frequent Flier Era as we've known it: Starting next year, the airline's customers will earn miles based on how much they spend on a ticket rather than how…

Nov 29
Sex in a Pornographic Age

Before reading the book that she encouraged Etna resident Cindy Pierce to write, Vicki Hoefle thought she was well-versed in how young people struggle to navigate the hyper- and cyber-sexualized jungle…

Nov 29
A Life: Cindy Ladue

Windsor -- Cindy Ladue's battle with lung cancer left her so weak that mustering the strength just to leave the house proved a challenge during the last few months of her life. Still, Shannon Harrington…

Nov 29
Vermont's rifle deer hunting season ends Sunday

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Vermont's rifle deer hunting season is wrapping up.

Nov 29
Clinton, Sanders, O'Malley head to New Hampshire

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - All three Democratic presidential candidates are seeking to woo more than 1,000 New Hampshire Democrats at the state party's annual dinner.

Nov 29
Vermont Christmas tree lighting set for Dec.1

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Vermonters are being invited to the lighting of the state's Christmas tree in front of the Statehouse in Montpelier.

Nov 28
Branch Office

Piermont -- Despite starting work long before dawn and finishing well after dark, Abby Metcalf doesn't appear fatigued. But her hands tell the story. Last week, with wreath-making season well underway,…

Nov 28
Wedding: Leonard -- Forward

Lyme -- Kaitlin Elizabeth Leonard and Thomas Chesley Forward IV were married on Sept. 19, 2015, in the garden area of Dowd's County Inn in Lyme. Lloyd Wiley, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Lyme,…

Nov 28
Wedding: Oliver -- Lewis

South Pomfret -- Courtney Taylor Oliver and Kellan Daniel Lewis were married on Sept. 6, 2015. The ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Cal Genzel at Old South Church in Boston, followed by a reception…

Nov 28
Social Security Q&A: What is Supplemental Security Income?

Q: What is Supplemental Security Income? A: SSI is a needs-based program that pays cash assistance to people with limited income and resources who are age 65 or older, blind or disabled. Children with…

Nov 28
Tanya Tucker Stages Comeback

In the '70s, Tanya Tucker was a teen sensation, famous for hits like Delta Dawn. In the mid-'80s, she was reborn as a country-pop star. Throughout, she was a tabloid bad girl with a reputation for raising…

Nov 28
Making Sure Stacks Stack Up

Newport -- Few things are more frustrating for library patrons than looking for a book and finding that it isn't where it's supposed to be. Luckily for patrons of the Richards Free Library, keen-eyed…

Nov 28
Foul Times for Peacocks

Cincinnati -- One day in September, Gary Michael got in his car and drove 730 miles from Kentucky to Louisiana. He was not alone. His passengers were peacocks. Because this was real life and not a Muppets…

Nov 28
Kate Spade Launches Home Brand

High Point, n.c. -- Kate Spade New York, which became famous for fashion, has taken the final step to becoming an authentic lifestyle brand by launching its home furnishings line during the recent October…

Nov 28
New Book Details Orson Welles' Rise to Fame

One of Orson Welles' more famous fiascos -- and there were a few -- is titled "It's All True." That title can never be applied to Welles himself. You'd be hard-pressed to find a figure in American arts…

Nov 28
Author Revisits Salem in 'The Witches'

Stacy Schiff has read more Cotton Mather treatises than any modern soul should have to endure. The shocker is, she did so eagerly. "You know you're a goner," said the prizewinning nonfiction author, "when…

Nov 28
Shelby Lyman on Chess: An Engaging Teacher

Hint and Explanation: Threaten Checkmate As we have discussed before, Bobby Fischer had a natural inclination to explain and teach. His columns in the magazine Boys' Life during the '60s showed the same…

Nov 28
Western Skiing Gets Bigger

Salt Lake City -- Utah ski officials are hoping the "bigger is better" card lures more skiers and snowboarders to their mountains this season after several resorts completed multi-million dollar improvement…