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  • Posted 12/31/2009 07:05:58 EST

    The church is a historic landmark and the grounds arde important to the structure and setting . The proposed building will destroy everything and increase the number of housing units in the area, whic more »

  • Posted 12/31/2009 06:57:38 EST

    I really wish I could see the merit in changing the words CIVIL UNION to MARRIAGE. Why? Because when you get right down to it tha marriage is a civil union conducted by a clergyman or justice of the p more »

  • Posted 12/31/2009 06:42:30 EST

    The gas tankers have always been a big bomb regardless of whatever port they dock in. In years past the government boasted of the vast natural gas reserves the nation has along with massive coal reser more »

  • Posted 12/26/2009 03:16:27 EST

    It is interesting to mget a fresh view of the old tunnels and transit system that my Granfather rtalked about in the 1948 period and thefact some were used for storage. He claimed that many of the his more »

  • Comment on: 'Historic moment'

    Posted 12/23/2009 07:53:09 EST

    My family has been in and arround Boston since before the clock was new, the clock and tower are among ther dearliest menmories of Down town Boston. It was ticking when the family had a tavern bear th more »

  • Posted 12/20/2009 05:16:23 EST

    The point is this the activity is unusual but is it really any part of a true religious service? Prehaps . A group activity in social pressures and ;problems but as a religious activity? I have very g more »

  • Posted 12/19/2009 04:52:38 EST

    Hikes will be very foolish, In New England we have two mountains that attract hikers Mount Washington in NH and Moiunt Kathadin in Maine. Because the Mount in Maine is off the beaten path of main road more »

  • Posted 12/18/2009 12:11:35 EST

    Federal laws apply nto the use of foreign workers in American Job sites but in the woods of Both NH and Maine the laws have not been enforced strongly in the past 50 years. The political power of the more »

  • Posted 12/18/2009 11:55:30 EST

    My family lived in Chelsea snd North Chelsea (Revere) and Chelsea` Beach (*Revere Beach) from the 1600's until 1949 when all family members left leaving only the dead. For years we have when asked whe more »

  • Posted 12/18/2009 11:32:27 EST

    Gov. John Lynch came to office after a Republican Governor had driven the state long and hard with half truths and actions against individuals he did not like. The Governors Ball after the first elect more »

  • Comment on: 'Cahill’

    Posted 12/18/2009 11:18:30 EST

    It is nice to see that New Hampshire is not the ownly state that awards sweet heart contracts to "Good Olde Boys". We had something similar when the governor and executive council awarded a railroad c more »

  • Posted 12/17/2009 03:29:19 EST

    Once again people have toyed with nature withoiut giving any thought to the results they cause the Army corp of engineers is second only to the projects of the USSR that have ruined theCaspain sea` an more »

  • Posted 12/17/2009 03:21:11 EST

    As usual the states that suport a political party and have a real need for improvements in rail transportion that would lessen the polution problems and traffic on the interstates get shut out of cons more »

  • Posted 12/09/2009 01:19:25 EST

    This excellent brick building is a real fine strucrture and one far more in keeping with the town than the new one. The location is so vastly superior to the new one, you can see the postal service di more »

  • Posted 12/09/2009 01:07:35 EST

    In New Hampshire there is not one restaurant that features Poloish dishes in Manchester the town boasted opf a fine eating place but urban renewel whiped out the whole area and were the White Eagle on more »

  • Posted 12/08/2009 02:31:56 EST

    Fernald school was once a leader in the field but sadly like many fine places it became lax and outside overeeing became necessary. more »

  • Posted 12/08/2009 02:21:22 EST

    I for one had hopes that the New York Times would sell the papers as they have turned into verybad imitations of the Times itself and do not seem as interested in the area as the former owners were.It more »

  • Posted 12/03/2009 05:49:11 EST

    Knowing several people who have tried to work in walmart in different stores, the place seems to treat people like slaves. I am stunned each time I set foot in one the company must have a policy to te more »

  • Posted 12/03/2009 05:41:16 EST

    THe project should be a win-win situation for massachusetts even if the Kenndey group still tries to close it nbdown. At least Massachusetts would be providing some of the power it needs and not build more »

  • Posted 12/01/2009 01:56:19 EST

    Once again a pet food company will get away with murder of peoples beloved pets. The reason Americans spend so much on pet related products is they want their animals to have the best of care for the more »

  • Posted 11/30/2009 01:04:01 EST

    Long before Virgina, or even the lost colony in North Carolina or plymouth was thought of fishermen were on this coast and using sites such as the Isle of shoals(NH&ME) to create dun fish for shipment more »

  • Posted 11/30/2009 12:44:49 EST

    The beer is expensive but if a parent or other adult has it the temptation to try it might provide the minor with a serioous problem. One wonders just what the strenght of Colonial beers was, after al more »

  • Posted 11/30/2009 12:13:05 EST

    I admit this ruling does cause me to have very mixed feelings as there is much to be said on both sides of the issue. The word marriage is actually a dynamite word for the minister using the powers ve more »

  • Posted 11/30/2009 05:55:34 EST

    I admit, I who know New Hampshire from the tip of the state to the Taxachusetts line forgot about this store that I visited briefly a number of years ago. Thank you for bringing it back to my memory I more »

  • Posted 11/30/2009 04:59:11 EST

    It is interesting that in Connecticut a possible Revolutionary skull gets military honors, in Vermont at Burlington bodies of soliders of the War of 1812 get just moved and reburied. While in NH at Al more »

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