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Former state Auditor General Jack Wagner held a rally on the North Side with other fellow veterans in a bid to contact 10,000 military voters and their families. City Councilman Bill Peduto hopscotched from the East End to the South Hills and back,
Foods and picks it up at designated spot on Sundays. "I get most of my produce from them," said Weiner, 26, a mechanical engineer and part-time student. "The local stuff is picked that morning...Relay Foods is one of several grocery delivery services
Matthew James West, 21, confirmed that he helped Alyson Cunningham and her husband, Jonathan Cunningham, to access the computers of a law firm described at today's hearing by the initials VG...Cunningham had just been fired by the firm in late
N.H. (AP) Forest officials are strongly advising visitors to Mount Washington's Tuckerman Ravine to plan ahead and be prepared for the spring thaw. The officials say conditions can change rapidly and having up-to-date information is vital to a safe
As travelers started to discover the White Mountains nearly two centuries ago, the Willey family smelled a business opportunity. Indeed, the region's tourism did soar after the Willeys opened an inn near Crawford Notch in 1825. Unfortunately, the
After the earthquake of August 2011, the Archdiocese of Baltimore brought in consultants to study possible damage to its churches...Patrick's Church on South Broadway; later, damage was found at the Basilica of the Assumption on Cathedral Street...
N.H. (AP) An uphill bicycle race in August along New England's tallest mountain is already closed to registration. The Mount Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb has 635 cyclists listed for the event, the maximum allowed. Interested cyclists can
N.H. (AP) Authorities say a New York ice climber is dead after being swept by an avalanche 1,000 feet down a portion of New Hampshire's Mount Washington. White Mountains National Forest officials say 24-year-old James Watts was killed Friday in
N.H. (AP) Rescue workers have come to the aid of three stranded climbers on Mount Washington. The climbers were ascending a gully in the Huntington Ravine in the fog and snow of the developing Nor'easter on Saturday when they traveled off route...
Hickton said the one-count indictment, unsealed today, accuses Charles Brian Griffin, 27, of Mount Washington, of conspiring with others to distribute and possess the potent painkiller oxycodone. Drug Enforcement Administration officers investigated