Networking, high tech, prayer bring puppy home safe
TOWNSEND -- Two German shepherds, Mishka and Chip, short for Chocolate Chip, headed off for a jaunt in the woods early Friday morning. Full Story
Plans change for new convenience store, gas station
By Jon Bishop email@example.com AYER -- George Watts, an attorney representing Global Montello Group Corp. Full Story
Apology? Check. $3G payment? Check. Now about that video
By Hiroko Sato MediaNews GROTON -- After the town's $3,000 payment and letter of apology to the producer of a controversial video about a proposed sewer system, will the video ever see the light of day? Full Story
Shirley board asks pols to push for prison-mitigation funds
SHIRLEY -- When Sen. James Eldridge and state Rep. Jennifer Benson paid their bi-annual visit to selectmen Monday night, the two legislators heard loud and clear what the board wants them to go to bat for on the town's behalf. Full Story
Surplus symbols: How many state bugs and beans do we need?
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Maine celebrates its Whoopie pies. North Carolinians proudly dance their Shag. Full Story
Irvine Welsh, Joseph O'Neill up for comic-writing prize
LONDON (AP) — Scottish novelist Irvine Welsh and Irish-American author Joseph O'Neill are among the finalists for a comic-writing award whose prize includes a bottle of champagne and a pig. Full Story
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Angelina Jolie inspires Nickelodeon crowd
'Maleficent’ actress tells kids being different is a good thing, and it’s OK to cause a little trouble.