Daily Archives: May 18, 2017

UNH student arrested for damaging impromptu campus artwork

It is fast becoming the University of Ne’er-do-wells and Hooligans (UNH) DURHAM — Campus police at the University of New Hampshire say a student from Hooksett has been arrested, accused of damaging artwork outside a residence hall. UNH Police Chief Paul Dean … Continue reading

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Democrats Admit Why They Oppose The Croydon Bill

Still, a majority of Democrats on the committee objected to the amended bill, saying it ceded responsibilities previously held by state officials to local boards and didn’t do anything to protect against private schools’ discriminating against children with disabilities while … Continue reading

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Poor Air Quality for Southeast New Hampshire

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Southeast New Hampshire and coastal Maine are part of poor air quality alert for Thursday with the hot, summary weather sticking around a bit. … The problem is ground-level ozone, which forms when volatile organic compounds … Continue reading

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Landlords of Dover apartment complex charged with discrimination

DOVER — A group of landlords running White Cliffs at Dover has been charged with housing discrimination after it was found they denied families with children the opportunity to rent certain units. More… *| UL

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ICE arrests of illegal immigrants climb by 38 percent

U.S. immigration officials arrested more than 41,000 suspected illegal immigrants during the first 100 days of the Donald Trump presidency, an increase of nearly 38 percent over the same period the previous year, Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials announced Wednesday. … Continue reading

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Lawmaker who resigned says he feared for safety

A Republican lawmaker in New Hampshire who was criticized for creating a misogynistic online forum says he resigned from the House because he was concerned about his safety as well as the safety of his family. More… | AP

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