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Tourism experts on the hot seat at Northern Pass hearing
A survey asking people what attributes were important if visiting New Hampshire destinations had one member from ... the impacts of large-scale infrastructure projects on the value of real estate, “very convincing at all.”
After kids are struck by car, mom's parenting skills questioned
Jacqueline Belanger, a mother of four, never imagined that serious injuries to her 8-year-old daughter earlier this week would lead to social media attacks on her parenting skills.
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NHIAA Boys' Basketball: Bosse shines as Central holds off Trinity
Manchester Central coach Dave Keefe said he told his players that Friday night's game at Trinity was a going to be a tight oneIn other words, a typical city game.
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U.Sadds 200,000 jobs in January; wages rise most since 2009
U.Shiring picked up in January, and wages rose at the fastest annual pace since the recession ended, as the economy's steady move toward full employment extended into 2018.
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Red tape reduction: Regulatory reform in Concord
The New Hampshire House is one step closer to approving a major plank of GovChris Sununu's campaign.
An alternative victims' rights constitutional amendment
Victims' advocates have proposed an amendment to New Hampshire's constitution, CACR 22, also known as “Marsy's Law.”
The last straw: Bad ideas in California
In Sacramento, Calif., Democratic Assemblyman Ian Calderon has introduced a bill banning restaurants from bringing diners plastic straws, unless a straw is requested.
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Proposed noise ordinance removed from Deerfield ballot
A similar noise ordinance had been looked at a number of years ago as well, but selectmen found that it was difficult to enforce.
State Department releases batch of Clinton emails Trump attacks top federal law enforcement over Russia probe
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