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Real estate group helps Homes for Our Troops
BEDFORD — Anchorage Real Estate Group has joined the Honor Home Program to support Homes for Our Troops. According to its website, the Massachusetts-based nonprofit is committed to supporting post-9/11 veterans who have suffered severe injuries during ...
Police: Cats left abandoned in flea-infested Brookline home
An investigation of a dozen abandoned kittens found by a road Halloween night in Hollis led to the arrest of a Brookline woman on Wednesday after police say they found seven abandoned cats in the...
Rye teen killed in after-hours tubing crash on Maine ski run Sununu now backs $4m commuter rail study
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Bruins best Habs in Julien's Boston return
Ryan Spooner's second-period goal broke a 1-1 tie and David Pastrnak, Brad Marchand and David Krejci all scored to help the Bruins beat the rival Canadiens 4-1 in Claude Julien's return to TD Garden...
Davis' 45 points lead Pelicans over Celtics in OTNHIAA Girls' Basketball: Poised Bedford beats BG
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NH High Tech Council, Alpha Loft to merge efforts
Alpha Loft, which helps startup companies mature, will be folded into the New Hampshire High Tech Council by year's end, officials announced Tuesday.
Trader Joe’s to remove controversial chemicals from receipts
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Online sales tax: Supremes will have their say
Even as revenue agents in Vermont and New York try to slap their taxes on New Hampshire liquor sales, states with sales taxes continue to try to collect from New Hampshire customers who buy things...
Single payer? House can send a message
We salute Dover Democratic state RepPeter Schmidt for sponsoring a bill to impose a single-payer health care system on New Hampshire.
An Editorial - Joseph WMcQuaid, Publisher: Time for some deregulation
“When you showered today, did you wash your hair? If so, you engaged in an activity so dangerous that your state government requires anyone practicing it for pay to be registered.”
George Will: Progressivism eroded our trust in government John Stossel: Selling hate pays pretty well
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Push is on for victims' rights provision in state constitution via 'Marsy's Law'
With the backing of GovChris Sununu and bipartisan support in the House and Senate, proponents of “Marsy's Law” on Tuesday launched a statewide campaign to enshrine victims' rights in...
Bill would pull NH out of interstate voter crosscheck programLawmakers take another swipe at changing child marriage statutes
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