Daily Archives: May 7, 2017

Car without hits parked Laconia police cruiser, flees

Someone at the Union leader lost their mind for several minutes, just after 11 AM. That’s an actual headline. Car without hits parked Laconia police cruiser, flees. Find another at the link. | GraniteGrok

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Serial killer from Gilmanton to be dug up to prove his identity

For years, its owner, Dr. H.H. Holmes – born Herman Webster Mudgett in Gilmanton, N.H.- had invited people, mostly young women, into the hotel he designed, promising jobs and lodging while hinting that he was a wealthy man seeking a … Continue reading

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Trump Team Retools School Lunch Mandate

Schools won’t have to cut more salt from meals just yet and some will be able to serve kids fewer whole grains, under changes to federal nutrition standards announced Monday.The move by President Donald Trump’s Agriculture Department partially rolls back … Continue reading

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Self Care for Survivors

Many children’s advocates are survivors of abuse themselves. They work to prevent abuse or rescue and restore others because they know the suffering from a child’s perspective. However, even though we may be healed, just like a car accident victim, … Continue reading

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Wolfeboro to Hold Water Summit on May 13th, 2017

There will be a “Wolfeboro Water Summit” on May 13, 2017, from 09:00 AM to 12:00 PM at the Great Hall at The Wolfeboro Town Hall. If you live in this watershed area, it behooves you to attend to see what … Continue reading

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Right to know zilch: Gaping hole in public knowledge

The Laconia Daily Sun reports that the four still-unidentified teachers were caught drinking alcohol on school property one evening after a school play. Is that what really happened? The public isn’t allowed to know. When it comes to public employee … Continue reading

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Businesses Push Back On Paid-Sick-Leave Laws

Nearly three-quarters of private sector workers receive paid sick days from their employers, though there is no federal mandate requiring it. In recent years, dozens of states, cities and counties have passed their own ordinances, which typically require employers to … Continue reading

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