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Chefs cooking up storm during Portsmouth N.H. Restaurant Week

Settled in the early 1600s, Portsmouth and surrounding towns make up a vibrant, New England coastal destination with a stellar arts and culture scene, unique locally owned shops and restaurants.

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New Hampshire seeks to boost veterans’ access to health care

CONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire’s Department of Health and Human Services is launching several new initiatives to help New Hampshire veterans, service members and their families receive medical and mental health treatment. Commissioner Nick Toumpas will be joined by Department of Veterans Affairs officials, New Hampshire National Guard leaders and others from the civilian sector […]

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Aging population accelerates in Rockingham

DOVER — Some experts are predicting a sharp drop in the number of school-age children in New Hampshire over the next 15 years, a trend that could lead to difficult choices for some school districts. Population models produced by the N.H. Community College system show Rockingham County will have up to 30 percent fewer school-age […]

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State warns residents about buying from unregistered online pharmacies

Attorney General Joseph A. Foster warns New Hampshire residents about the possible dangers of buying medicines from unregistered online pharmacies.  Prescription medicines purchased from unregistered online pharmacies may be substandard or counterfeit and could be harmful to consumers. Illegitimate online pharmacy websites often advertise significantly discounted name-brand prescription drugs or various “miracle” cures for serious […]

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Elderly care providers say state is not following law

CONCORD — Home health care providers for the elderly poor say the system is broken and could put many of them out of business. READ MORE

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100-year-old man gets honorary tech degree from Wentworth

BOSTON — A 100-year-old New Hampshire man has been awarded an honorary degree from the Wentworth Institute of Technology, where he last attended 78 years ago. Willard Merrill’s son, John Merrill, also a Wentworth alum, picked up the honorary bachelor of technology degree for his father at Saturday’s commencement. John Merrill also received an honorary […]

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