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The SwampSen. John McCain's supporters cheer as he speaks Sunday, Nov. 2, 2008 in Peterborough, N.H. (AP Photo/Mary Schwalm) by Jill Zuckman PETERBOROUGH, N.H. - The old Navy fighter pilot has always had his lucky charms and superstitions to carry......
The Swampby Frank James The White House earlier today released the names of those who will be in the First Lady's Box during President Barack Obama's speech tonight before a joint session of Congress, his first. Among the guests: a banker,......
The Associated PressNASHUA, N.H. (AP) -- After a Red Sox-Yankees argument spilled outside a bar, a Yankee fan aimed her car at a group of people to scare them and didn't brake, hitting and killing a man, authorities and witnesses said. The Yankees fan, Ivonne Hernandez, was...
Zap2It.comThe office party is one of the most horrific rituals corporate America has ever forced upon its already frazzled and generally helpless employees. No matter how much time and planning goes into them, they come out like last minute bar mitzvah disasters:...
Roch Around the ClockI’m going to pretend that it’s not overcast today. I’m going to keep telling myself that I didn’t feel a drop of rain while I was taking out the trash. Don’t make me start missing The Trop! Maybe this is......
Special To The SunBowie has come a long way from its days as a rural railroad station on the line between Washington and Southern Maryland. The area was originally part of 10,000 acres deeded to Lord Calvert in 1658. The acreage - later christened Belair - was purchased...
Wood Pond PressThe bulk of the state's population is concentrated in the Merrimack Valley, a mix of Boston bedroom suburbs and industrial cities along the Merrimack River. SALEM >> Salem Dining Suggestions The Colosseum, 264 North Broadway (Route 28), Salem. (603)...
Special to The SunBOSTON - Mervo graduate James Carter is headed to the World Indoor Track and Field Championships this weekend in Budapest, Hungary. Carter, 25, clinched his ticket to Hungary with a second-place performance in the men's 400-meter final at the USA...
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Tribune senior correspondentFor a state with the motto "Live Free or Die," there's been a shocking lack of freebies in the closing days of the nation's first presidential primaries here. Rock the Vote, the effort to get young people involved in the political process, was giving...
The Hartford CourantDuring a decade of record population growth for the nation, with the neighboring state capitals of Providence and Boston booming, Hartford suffered the biggest percentage population drop of any large city in America. Those were just some of the story...
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