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A net negative: Haddock, a staple Atlantic fish, is in decline off New England, regulators sayHaddock. a staple seafood species caught by East Coast fishers for centuries is experiencing overfishing, and regulators have cut catch quotas by more than 80 percent to prevent the fish’s population from collapse.
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Vacation mode: A primer on New England’s second-home markets and when and where people are buying
In every New England state, agents said there is plenty of demand for the low supply of vacation homes, which puts upward pressure on prices despite higher mortgage interest rates.
Christmas Tree Shops is closing 10 stores, including two on Cape Cod. Here’s where they are.
The Sagamore and Falmouth storefront are now slated to close.
The end of an era — all year round — as Christmas Tree Shops files for bankruptcy protection
The Massachusetts-based discount chain said it will close up to 10 stores amid financial restructuring.
Three ways to celebrate Portsmouth’s 400th anniversary
The waterfront city, settled in 1623, will celebrate its past, present, and future with a long list of special happenings. It’s a great time for a visit, no matter what your interests. Here’s your guide.
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A new Rhode Island hotel, the skinny on where to camp nationwide, and a tabletop firepit
Visit the new boutique hotel on Rhode Island’s Aquidneck Island and enter a place where modern bohemian meets coastal chic. Plus, more travel news you can use.
Heavy rain, melting snow washes out part of Mount Washington Auto Road
As crews repair the road, snowy conditions are expected to continue into Wednesday, a spokesperson for the Mount Washington Auto Road said.
Nashua gets a new performing arts center after decades of planning
“The basic idea is to build a stronger, healthier downtown economy, support our local businesses, and to add vibrancy and just life to Nashua’s downtown,” said Nashua Mayor Jim Donchess.
Mike Pride, Concord Monitor editor who mentored Pulitzer winners, dies at 76
Journalism is “the best job on earth,” said Mr. Pride, who led the Concord Monitor newsroom for three decades.