Managers who were fired for protests announce plans to sue over unpaid wages, while CEOs plan to stop paying salaries for buyers and supervisors.
Fired managers announce places to sue Market Basket, while the company sends out letters threatening other supervisors and workers plan another big rally
Thirty-six passengers enjoyed a Wednesday afternoon cruise on the Lynx, a replica of a War of 1812 privateer, as part of the 2014 Sail Portsmouth event that continues through Sunday.
Tyler Walker usually goes down from mountain tops, but this Sunday, the Franconia native who is the first American man to win the world all-around sit-skiing championship, will go up the Mount Washington Auto Road – unassisted in a wheelchair – to benefit an organization that works with disabled athletes.
A town water and sewer project will come near the Robert Frost Farm but will not negatively impact the property the famed poet called home, according to officials.
Canobie Lake Park has closed its newest ride, the Equinox. A spokesman for the park said the ride, which has been open for less than two years, will remain closed for the foreseeable future.
The 81st Annual League of NH Craftsmen's Fair is set to start Saturday with a new early bird event.
Having grown into one of the largest and most popular events of its kind on the East Coast and boasting a new, secret recipe for mud, the Jericho ATV Festival returns this weekend to the City That Trees Built with even more fun and events for riders and non-riders alike.
In addition to his success as a New Hampshire real estate mogul, and his fame for being one of the most active developers in the state, Gerald “Jerry” Nash was a man of his word, according to those who knew him best.