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NH home sales reached new heights in 2017
according to the New Hampshire Realtors. “There’s certainly more buyers than sellers,” said Moe Archambault, owner and real estate broker at Moe Marketing Realty Group in Bedford. “When something comes on the market, it gets a lot of activity.”
Amazon's short list for location of new HQ doesn't include NH
CONCORD — After the state dissed Boston in its pitch to lure Amazon’s new headquarters, GovChris Sununu is now rooting for Beantown “We’re part of that greater region.
Crash snarls traffic on Everett Turnpike in Nashua; two sent to hospitalAlton man's free speech defense fails, judge finds him guilty for lambasting selectmen
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Kattar: Garden bout a 'dream'
He took his first Ultimate Fighting Championship bout at the 11th hour as an injury fill-in versus a fearsome opponent and against overwhelming odds, yet he won every round on points and emerged from...
College Basketball: UNH gets true test tonight Joe Duball's H.SBasketball: Bedford girls have 'desire to win'
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In sudden turn, Smuttynose Brewing Company to be auctioned by bank in March
HAMPTON - Smuttynose Brewing Company, which describes itself as the state's largest craft brewer, will be sold at bank auction March 9.
Airport's run of 2 million passengers annually likely at endTwitter may notify users exposed to Russian propaganda during 2016 election
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Online sales tax: Supremes will have their say
Even as revenue agents in Vermont and New York try to slap their taxes on New Hampshire liquor sales, states with sales taxes continue to try to collect from New Hampshire customers who buy things...
Single payer? House can send a message
We salute Dover Democratic state RepPeter Schmidt for sponsoring a bill to impose a single-payer health care system on New Hampshire.
An Editorial - Joseph WMcQuaid, Publisher: Time for some deregulation
“When you showered today, did you wash your hair? If so, you engaged in an activity so dangerous that your state government requires anyone practicing it for pay to be registered.”
George Will: Progressivism eroded our trust in government John Stossel: Selling hate pays pretty well
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Kevin Landrigan's Granite Status: GovSununu warming to GOP election law reform
When it comes to this year's controversial move to redefine domicile for the purpose of voting, GovChris Sununu's views continue to evolve.
Oyster River students to play football in PortsmouthSununu now backs $4m commuter rail study
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