The Mountain is getting a chance to prove his might. Hafthor “Thor” Bjornsson, the brutal, feared guard of Queen Cersei Lannister in the HBO “Game of Thrones” series, is competing in the annual New Hampshire Highland Games and Festival for the third time, starting on Saturday.
The state liquor store near the Portsmouth traffic circle is set to receive a major upgrade.The new building will be double the size of the existing liquor store and will offer some 6,000 different sizes and varieties of wines and spirits.
The Super Bowl champion New England Patriots are part of a new lottery game in New Hampshire. The team's owner, Robert Kraft, joined Republican Gov. Chris Sununu on Tuesday on the steps of the Statehouse for the launch of the New England Patriots $5 scratch tickets. The game, which is available in 1,200 stores starting Tuesday, features four, $100,000 grand prizes and the chance to enter a series of second-chance drawings to win Patriot tickets. Other prizes range from $5 to $100.
As my internship experience with Montagne comes to an end, I look back to when I first started at the beginning of the summer. On my first day I was intrigued, excited, and admittedly, a little nervous. I was excited to finally get a sense for working in communications, yet I worried about the differences between classroom assignments and the assignments I would be completing for Montagne.
Gov. Chris Sununu knows how to win a political race, but he got smoked by the competition when he climbed into the driver’s seat to drag race in a school bus. In his first time on the drag strip, Sununu lost to New Hampshire’s 2017 “Teacher of the Year” Tate Aldrich in the final round of Saturday’s 2nd annual New Hampshire Lottery Educational Cup Challenge.