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Photo Gallery from "Tribute to America" from the York Weekly
In the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks and their tragic aftermath, more than 1,000 people gathered at Long Sands Beach on Sunday to remember the thousands who died in New York City, Washington, D.C., and western Pennsylvania.
NEWINGTON — "This is a proud time to be here in this country," Lt. Col. Steve Greco said Tuesday. "There's been an injustice here, and somebody's got to do something about it."
Unity, not secession
NEWINGTON — Swayed by the nation's unity in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, selectmen here Tuesday decided to postpone any attempt to secede from the state in protest of the statewide property tax.
UNH plots $14M lab
DURHAM — University of New Hampshire officials announced plans Tuesday to build a new $14 million dollar coastal marine laboratory and pier in New Castle, a project that educators say will add both distinction and much needed space for marine-related research and activities.
Travel halted for now
PORTSMOUTH — The safest place for local students is right here at home.
Fleet Bank sign scheduled to be removed
PORTSMOUTH — Say your goodbyes to the Fleet Bank sign in Market Square.
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Power of Sept. 11 comes through when viewing 'Letters from Nam'
Toronto Film Festival tainted from attacks
Everclear to play Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
President has been groomed for this day
President Bush looked fit, well rested, his eyes were clear. Words were enunciated and sentences articulate as he spoke to a historic joint session of Congress on Thursday night.
Music to my ears
My son David and his friend Alex are smart kids, so they have been very methodical in their approach to future fame and fortune.
Even Republicans responded well
Paul Peter Jesep
Now it's the GOP's turn to be corrupt
Chronicle these times for children's sake
Small cities travel across our skies
Coming soon: cancer in a pouch
Bush Plans Changes in Airport Security
Authorities Point to Other Threats
Rumsfeld Meets With Congress
Crews Work to Dismantle WTC Fragment
Donations Break $500M After Attacks
Officer Acquitted in Ohio Shooting
Sewer plan still a topic of debate
Police warn of burglary spree in area
Budget sparks concern
Armed robbers strike drug store
Police seek woman who was in store
So very close
Comp plan moves closer to approval
Doane's Wharf project is approved
Town commemorates deaths and salutes those who serve and protect
Selectmen rap math error that results in tax increase
Gina Branagan lays the foundation for lifelong learning