Lee Danley grew up building things until he realized he'd rather tear them down. Now Danley and his crew, Danley demolition, have landed a show on National Geographic TV
Acclaimed conductor Joseph R. Olefirowicz was more famous in Vienna and Stuttgart than in his home state until a candid video of him went viral.
Nine generations - that's how long Deborah Scranton's family has lived in New Hampshire, all in the tiny town of Goshen.
They call them "hopefuls," those happy few who make it to the Olympic trials. But for athletes like Jessica Parratto, hope takes a back seat to good ol' hard work.
John Herman has made a name for himself as an explorer of cyberspace. Soon he may blast off to explore outer space.
It's been called a small company with a big heart - the Manchester based DIRICO Motorcycles USA gives support to a number of organizations that company owner Stephen Talarico sees as needing a boost.
Trish Regan grew up in Hampton and was Miss NH in 1993. Now she's with Bloomberg Television where her charming delivery and good looks help take the edge off some recent ugly years for the global markets.
When Jesse Laflamme was in college he was considering a career in high finance, but he decided instead to return to the roost and join the family egg business. The fifth-generation farm was struggling at the time, nearly out of business, a victim of competition from very large caged egg farms in the region.