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Live Nation Entertainment buys grounds of Bank of NH Pavilion in Gilford
(UNION LEADER FILE/COURTESY) GILFORD — Live Nation, a global leader in the live entertainment industry, has purchased the real estate the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion sits on and inked a deal with the company that stages concerts there. In a five ...
Manchester alderman's restaurant closed, to be liquidated after judge's ruling
Tommy K's Sports Bar & Restaurant abruptly closed last week after a federal bankruptcy judge decided to start liquidation of the business owned by Manchester Ward 8 Alderman Tommy Katsiantonis,...
U.SSenate adopts Republican tax bill, second House vote next Portsmouth agrees to $330,000 settlement with whistleblower cop
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Khudobin (36 saves) backs up Bruins' effort in shutout of Sabres
Anton Khudobin made 36 saves to lead the Bruins to a 3-0 win over the Buffalo SabresIt was a defensive-minded win in Boston's second game in back-to-back nightsBoston held a 1-0 lead for much of...
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HMS Queen Elizabeth: BAE Systems-built $4.2b aircraft carrier springs a leak
Britain's biggest ever warship, the new 3.1 billion pound ($4.2 billion) aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth, has a leak and needs repairs, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) said on Tuesday.
Live Nation Entertainment buys grounds of Bank of NH Pavilion in GilfordPlaistow construction company at the forefront of workforce development initiatives
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Monitor the monitors: Drug program is a mess
SenMaggie Hassan was basking in the national spotlight on Sunday night with a powder puff interview on “60 Minutes” in which she called on Congress to aggressively investigate the...
Net Nuisance: Dems push groundless lawsuit
New Hampshire's congressional delegation may not have any respect for the court system, but at least it's unanimous.
Math is hard: Taxpayers pay for mistakes
When local officials make a mistake on their math homework, local taxpayers end up paying for it.
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Goffstown residents weigh in on mishandling of $9.1m in school funds
Anger was a prevalent reaction Monday night as school officials discussed with residents how millions had been wrongly retained and what to do with the money.
Sununu: NH won't challenge FCC on net neutralityBusiness group wants state to reverse course on emergency network
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