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Only in NH: New Fannie Mae program making it easier, less expensive to buy mobile homes
"My major headline is: great for individual buyers in New Hampshire and a wonderful opportunity to change ... and I would just say it's definitely a seller's market right now as far as real estate goes," Gidley said.
Brookline police: DCYF employee charged in domestic assault
The assistant administrator of the state office that handles child protection services was arrested Sunday on a domestic violence charge, police said.
Police look for person who may have shot at hunter in MiltonA big payoff: Little-known Medicare lawsuit may bring help to millions
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Five Bruins score in win over Wild
Tuukka Rask turned aside a third-period penalty shot that turned out to be the difference, five players scored goals and the Boston Bruins hung on for a 5-3 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Monday...
Irving scores 35 as Celtics win ninth straight Cora says he feels accepted already
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Analysis: Apple's iPhone X has higher margin than iPhone 8
Apple Inc.'s new flagship iPhone X makes the company more money per phone than its iPhone 8 model, according to an analysis, which found the iPhone X's flashier parts cost Apple 25 percent more than...
Ask the Expert: New funding opportunities for NH's growth companies Know the Law: Does sister have mom's best interest in mind?
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UnClintoning: An overdue exorcism
No one should be shocked by Donna Brazile's new book claiming the Democratic National Committee was working for Hillary Clinton long before Clinton had secured the party's presidential nomination.
Jumping the gun: Neely fired for nothing
When Manchester's Alycia Neely was arrested for child endangerment last month, the Sununu Youth Services Center, where she had worked for four years, fired her.
Manchester's choice: Gatsas or Craig?
Optimism or pessimismForward or backKeep going or turn aroundThese are the choices confronting Manchester voters tomorrow in the mayoral rematch between incumbent Ted Gatsas and challenger...
Salena Zito: Appreciate what you have, instead of believing you're entitled Mona Charen: Religious extremism by any other name
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Nashua voters hit the polls to decide Keno, arts center and elected officials
Nashua residents will hit the polls to elect several new aldermen and school officials, and to decide whether the city should allow Keno and gauge support for a new arts center.
Purge of Saudi princes, businessmen widens Maine lawmakers let stand LePage's veto of recreational pot rules
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