Claire L. Tobia
WINDHAM ? Claire Louise (Donnelly) Tobia, age 94, passed away peacefully on Monday, Dec. 8, 2014, in Windham. Claire was born and educated in Fall River, Mass., one of eight children of Lawrence and Susan Donnelly.
Cavaliers receive top honors
A community publishing organization producing newspapers that cover Milford, Wilton, Amherst, Lyndeborough, Greenville, Mont Vernon, Jaffrey, Mason, Hollis, Brookline, Merrimack and Bedford, NH.
NH woman claims Cobsy sexually assaulted her in 1960s
Kristina Ruehli of Windham has come forward claiming actor Bill Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted her in the 1960s.
Lobster Tail Restaurant in Windham celebrates 10 years with ribbon cutting
Mark J. Smith, owner of The Lobster Tail Restaurants, has been serving up the ?Freshest Seafood on the Planet? for 10 years now in his Windham location. The Lobster Tail Restaurant and Lounge has been featured on many shows, including ?Good Eats NH,? ?TV Diner,? ?Phantom Gourmet? and ?The Pat Whitley Restaurant Show.? This month marks the 10th year anniversary.
Police: NH Man Clocked Driving 126 MPH Runs From Arresting Officers
New Hampshire State Police arrested a Nashua man allegedly seen driving over 100 MPH who tried to run from officers when they caught up with him at his home.
NH Club Briefs Londonderry K of C tree sale begins Saturday
t. Mark?s Council 10488 of the Knights of Columbus will begin its biggest fundraiser of the year ? its 25th annual Christmas tree sale ? on Saturday at Chuck?s BP Station on Route 102.
On Organization Day, NH House members battle over rules for choosing new speaker
The House spent two hours Wednesday debating whether to vote by secret ballot or to conduct a recorded roll-call vote for new rules, and consequently for House Speaker, before deciding, 222-171, to return to the traditional mode of secret ballot, at least to vote on rules.
Massive power line project proposed
Moving lines, upgrading grid. Environmental comment period ends Dec. 15
Day long session chooses Jasper as NH House Speaker
The House spent all day and three separate votes to decide who should be its next leader, rejecting both the Republican and Democratic nominees before settling on an 11-term Hudson representative by a razor thin margin.
New Salem liquor store will be much larger than the existing one
SALEM ? The largest state liquor store will open by next summer in a shopping plaza across from Rockingham Park. The New Hampshire Liquor Commission announced Wednesday that the 24,000-square-foot store will be in the Rockingham Mall shopping plaza, alongside a number of major stores like Kohl?s and Shaw?s supermarket. It says the store will be more than double the size of the existing South ...