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Topic - greenland
A lawyer for four officers injured in a 2012 shootout with a suspected drug dealer who shot to death Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney argued before the New Hampshire Supreme Court on Wednesday to reinstate their lawsuit against the man's mother.
Officials from several New Hampshire communities are meeting with Pan Am Railways to discuss the possibility of transporting propane through their towns.
A Boston man faces charges in both New Hampshire and Maine after police say he drove 108 mph on Interstate 95 before crashing into a snowbank.
Members of New Hampshire's congressional delegation are supporting four Seacoast communities as they urge the Federal Railroad Administration to conduct a safety inspection of rail tracks that may be used to transport propane.
A new analysis of polar weather data has shown that 1,900 cyclones churned across the top of the world from 2000 to 2010, or 40 percent more Arctic storms than previously thought.
The University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension is holding a direct marketing conference for farmers, fishermen and forest-based businesses this month in Greenland.
As Fairbanks prepares to host the Arctic Winter Games this March and volunteers sign up by the hundreds, two local men and a sixth-grade class at Denali Elementary School are volunteering their time to give the games a voice.
The political battle over circumcision is intensifying in Europe, as medical professionals and their allies have renewed a push to curb the procedure for infants and young boys.
Two groups that help New Hampshire veterans are being honored with the annual Granite State Warriors Award.
The U.N. is determined to control liberties, livelihoods and living standards
Existing hardware can enhance U.S. security and the urgent priority is improved radar
China and other Asian nations have been moving aggressively to exploit the commercial potential of the Arctic as more of the region becomes accessible for development and shipping in the increasingly ice-free summer, while the U.S. appears to be dragging its feet, Icelandic President Olafur R. Grimsson told editors and reporters at The Washington Times.
A rough, whitish block recovered from an Elizabethan shipwreck may be a sunstone, the fabled crystal believed by some to have helped Vikings and other medieval seafarers navigate the high seas, researchers say.
For the next month, the Kennedy Center will glow each night with blue light and shimmers of green, depicting the northern lights and signaling what has taken over its theaters and galleries inside.
As 2012 began, winter in the U.S. went AWOL. Spring and summer arrived early with wildfires, blistering heat and drought. And fall hit the eastern third of the country with the ferocity of Superstorm Sandy.