Photo: Mary Schwalm Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Kurt Busch smiles after winning the pole for the NASCAR Cup Series auto race Friday, July 20, 2018, at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H. (AP Photo/Mary Schwalm) Kurt Busch smiles after winning the pole for the NASCAR Cup Series auto race Friday, July 20, 2018, at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H. (AP Photo/Mary Schwalm) Photo: Mary Schwalm Kurt Busch wins N.H. pole 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Loudon, N.H. Kurt Busch is set to crank up contract talks with Stewart Haas-Racing. With his deal expiring at the end of the season, the 2004 NASCAR Cup champion is on the hunt for a new agreement that would keep him in the SHR fold and with Monster Energy again on board as a primary sponsor. "I don't know many drivers that have a primary sponsor with them," Busch said. "Monster Energy has been very loyal to me. That's what … [Read more...] about Kurt Busch wins N.H. pole
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Representatives from Garrison City Beerworks pour samples for guests at the 5th annual N.H. Brewers Festival on Saturday. Jacob Dawson / Monitor staff Lines formed waiting to purchase food from multiple vendors at the NH Brewers Festival at the Kiwanis Waterfront Park on Saturday in Concord. Jacob Dawson—Monitor staff Festival goers play a game of oversized dice at a “Because, Beer!” tent set up during the 5th Annual New Hampshire Brewers Festival on Saturday in Concord. Jacob Dawson / Monitor staff The Golden Eagle sits atop the State House dome Saturday as a crowd below recited the 13 original toasts given at its setting in 1818. Jacob Dawson—Monitor staff Rachel Stevens (middle-right), 26, of Plymouth stands with her group of friends at the 5th Annual New Hampshire Brewers Festival in Concord on Saturday. Jacob Dawson—Monitor staff Reenactors prepare a cannon for a blank shot at the end of the Toast to the Eagle … [Read more...] about N.H. Brewers Fest, Toast to Eagle celebrates beer, history
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Travis Andersen Globe Staff July 12, 2018 Demonstrators will demand access to quality health care and recovery services for people with addictions during a rally Thursday outside a federal courthouse in Concord, N.H., before Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s scheduled appearance there to discuss the opioid crisis. The Granite State Progress Education Fund said in a statement that the organization will hold a “ ‘Health Care, Not Prisons’ Rally in Support of Proven Measures to Combat [the] Opioid Crisis” at 1 p.m. outside US District Court in Concord. Sessions is scheduled to deliver his remarks inside the courthouse at 2 p.m. Advertisement “If Jeff Sessions really wants to help with the opioid crisis, he can start by having the Department of Justice defend the Affordable Care Act from a lawsuit by extreme GOP … [Read more...] about Protesters will greet Attorney General Jeff Sessions at his N.H. talk on opioid crisis
N.H. Fish and Game officers have been using helicopters to drop fish into remote lakes and ponds for years, but is that a good idea? New Hampshire Fish and Game Department N.H. Fish and Game officers have been using helicopters to drop fish into remote lakes and ponds for years, but is that a good idea? New Hampshire Fish and Game Department New Hampshire, like many states, has lugged fish into ponds and lakes for many, many decades. The state used to stock ponds with trout carted in by hand from the nearest road (that’s still done in at least one pond where aerial stocking wouldn’t work), then we dropped them from airplanes, and then we switched to choppers. New Hampshire Fish and Game Department New Hampshire, like many states, has lugged fish into ponds and lakes for many, many decades. The state used to stock ponds with trout carted in by hand from the nearest road (that’s still done in at least one pond where aerial stocking wouldn’t work), then we … [Read more...] about Is it a good idea to drop trout into remote N.H. ponds from a helicopter?
As a New Hampshire resident, I would like to comment on your recent article about the New England Clean Energy Connect transmission lines over Kennebec George (June 24). You referred to the New Hampshire Site Evaluation Committee as an “obscure” siting board. The committee is an essential element of the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission and was established by the Legislature for the “review, approval, monitoring and enforcement of compliance in the planning, siting, construction and operation of energy facilities.” What’s so “obscure” about that? Today's Letters Ranked choice changed voter's experience in good waysLet's deal with green crabs, no matter where blame liesKudos to Catholic institutions that are 'still in' climate accordRanked-choice voting was smooth, efficient processBorder fiasco brings to mind Collins' support for SessionsThere is no 'spoiler effect – you can vote for RingelsteinEvil that Trump has done proves … [Read more...] about Letter to the editor: ‘Obscure’ board decided well on N.H. energy plan