Daily Archives: May 15, 2017

Twitter Cage Match – James Woods vs. Cecile Richards

Cecile Richards is the President of Planned Parenthood, and on Mother’s Day, she decided to share. Actor and conservative James Woods shared back. Nothing says "I love you, Mom!" like standing up for the right of mothers everywhere to get … Continue reading

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Berlin NH welcomes Canadian manufacturing company to Chapman Business Complex

Jacques, the CEO of Deflex Composite, was in Berlin on Friday to celebrate the news that the company, will soon expand to space in the Chapman Business Complex. The remarks, which Jacques made in French that was then translated into … Continue reading

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WannaCry Ransomware: What We Know Monday

A ransomware attack that began in Europe on Friday is lingering — and hitting new targets in Japan and China. The WannaCry software has locked thousands of computers in more than 150 countries. Users are confronted with a screen demanding … Continue reading

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Trump takes aim at Black Lives Matter

President Trump took aim at the Black Lives Matter movement and former President Obama Monday, saying ambush-style killings of police last year during tensions in minority communities were “a stain on the very fabric of our society” and that too … Continue reading

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Merrimack High School K-9 Drug Sweep

I just received this voice mail from the Principal of Merrimack High School. “Good afternoon this is Ken Johnson principal of Merrimack High School. I’m calling to invite you to consult our school or district website for important information about … Continue reading

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Demolition of the former Rockingham Park racetrack has begun

SALEM — Demolition of the former Rockingham Park racetrack has begun as the start date for the first round of the Tuscan Village construction project approaches. Removal of the building that once housed the racetrack’s clubhouse, a poker room and … Continue reading

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President: UNH Will Do More on Diversity

Students at the University of New Hampshire have called for the administration to make several major changes to show its commitment to diversity and its intolerance for racism. The students are asking that the university double its number of students … Continue reading

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NBC Headline Rephrased: Less than 2 of 5 Americans Upset about Trump firing Comey

There is a breathless headline from an NBC Poll just out: NBC/WSJ Poll: Just 29 Percent Approve of Trump’s Firing of James Comey. Now reading that headline you would think that 71 percent disapprove, and I’m sure that’s what NBC … Continue reading

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Frost Witch Hunt? Dover constituents have been complaining since January

Last week was the Ethics Hearing where Frost had the chance to defend her behavior but instead chose to ‘lawyer-up’ and didn’t even apologize to the New Hampshire Citizens she publicly humiliated and marginalized. At the hearing last week, Frost … Continue reading

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AG’s office: Newmarket school officials engaged in electioneering

NEWMARKET — The superintendent of schools in Newmarket received a cease and desist order last week after the Attorney General’s Office said that school officials and faculty had posted electioneering communications on a website created to persuade residents to vote for … Continue reading

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