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  • She moved to Washington in 1940 after graduating from Notre Dame de Lourdes Hospital nursing school in Manchester, N.H.

    Charlotte A. Parker, nurse

  • CONCORD, N.H—In the brewing battle for New Hampshire, the tea party is emerging as a wild card for Republican presidential hopefuls who want the movement's energy but must also appeal to the state's crucial independent voters.

    Tea Party Reshapes New Hampshire Calculus

  • Pawley, who lives in Florida, sold the letters two years ago to RR Auctions of Amherst, N.H.

    Elizabeth Taylor's Love Letters to Go Up for Auction

  • Each spot is treated for three minutes or longer and sometimes therapists place their hands just above the body without touching, says Donah Drewett , a Fairlee, Vt.-based Reiki therapist who works at Norris Cotton Cancer Center in Lebanon, N.H.

    A Touch of Massage Therapy

  • Thus the directors of the Boston Federal Reserve Bank include a number of New England commercial bankers, as well as Joseph Baute, chairman of Markem Corp., Keene, N.H.

    Economic Principals

  • One of the brew pubs the group visited was the Redhook Ale Brewery in Portsmouth, N.H.

    The Seattle Times

  • "Our experiment wasn't perfect - some things worked, some didn't, and some things I'd change," Romney acknowledged in speaking to conservative activists at the Carroll County Lincoln Day Dinner in Bartlett, N.H.

    Crooks and Liars

  • He says the court has told him the case, if it goes to trial, will be heard in Concord, N.H.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Romney eats a slice of pizza - this one with the cheese still on - at a campaign stop in Newport, N.H


  • Dorms are definitely going to create more of a UMass Boston culture,'' said Tommy Buttlar, a student from Nashua, N.H. Top Stories


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