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Where to Get a Breast Examination in Portsmouth

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In Civil War, New Hampshire regiment tasted 'cup of sorrow'

Our War: Days and Events in the Feud with for the Union, Mike Pride's new book about New Hampshire in the Courteous War, recounts the events of 50 days over the course of a four-year war. The chapter below Two Sixteenth men were in jeopardy likely to be, Charles Thompson

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Heather Perreault, direction mammographer at Portsmouth Regional Hospital, left, and Kathy Mulqueen, mammographer and soul cancer survivor, show a quilt in the hospital's Breast Center that displays a mate of Lee jeans that were signed by staff members

Dr. Brannon Claytor's Patient, National Semi-finalist

Portsmouth, NH - She then underwent a grueling 20 weeks of chemotherapy and 35 sessions of shedding. She was referred to Dr. Claytor for lipo-grafting to the TRAM and I approached our nearby treatment center, Cancer Care of Maine with my vision for

Tom's of Maine Founder Picks Hanover for New Retail Venture

— What he did for toothpaste, mouthwash and deodorant he now wants to do for dresses, sweaters and underwear.

Tom’s of Maine founder Tom Chappell has selected Hanover as one of the first places to open a chain of retail shops that will sell his line of all-natural clothing from materials sourced and made in the U.S. The store, Ramblers Way, is scheduled to open on Main Street in December in the space formerly occupied by women’s clothing store Rare Essentials, which closed last year.

Chappell launched Ramblers Way in 2009, three years after he sold Tom’s of Maine to personal care products giant Colgate-Palmolive Co. for $100 million. The Kennebunk, Maine-based clothier initially distributed its line of comfortable-and-casual wear to 350 retail stores around the country, but the tough sales environment in the retail industry has forced Ramblers Way to abandon that strategy in favor of owned-and-operated stores in select New England markets, Chappell said in an interview.