Daily Archives: June 16, 2017

‘Once I get to New Hampshire, I’m gonna kill people’

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A man on a Greyhound bus heading home to Manchester, N.H. is facing charges for allegedly threatening to kill people once he got there. The Berkshire Eagle reports that Alame Simwerayi, 26, made the comments Wednesday morning … Continue reading

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Report: Woman stole city money to get butt lift

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A Florida city says a former employee stole money to get a butt lift. A Gainesville city report released Wednesday said Natwaina Clark stole $93,000 from the city, using $8,500 on the cosmetic surgery. The Gainesville Sun … Continue reading

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Art Forgery Case Involving Former Franklin Pierce Professor Will Proceed

A federal judge says a civil case filed against a former Franklin Pierce University professor accused of selling forged art works can move forward. The Wall Street trader and art collector Andrew Hall bought the complaint last September, accusing Lorettann … Continue reading

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Yet Another Right to Know Tug of War

Below is an email I sent out this morning.  It is in response to my Right to Know request to see Tom Geary’s resume and job application for the position of SAU 55 Business Operations Coordinator.  Mr. Geary was, until … Continue reading

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Portsmouth Tall Ships Festival Scrapped For This Summer

Boston Harbor will host more than 50 tall ships this weekend, bringing thousands of tourists to the area. But in a break from tradition, there will be no such display of the historic vessels along the Piscataqua River in Portsmouth … Continue reading

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90% Oppose Adult Seat Belt Requirement in NH

New Hampshire is still the only state the nation that does not require adults to wear seat belts in motor vehicles. …On May 4, Citizens Count, NH’s Live Free or Die Alliance decided to put the issue to its Facebook … Continue reading

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Our goal…is to discern and map out a plan to grow a culture of Life

The next 40 Days for Life campaign will begin on September 27, and applications are being accepted through June 23 from potential campaign leaders. Coincidentally, here in New Hampshire, the leader of the most recent 40DFL campaign in Concord is … Continue reading

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NH man gets 2 years in prison for mineral water investment scam

A Nashua man convicted of fraud surrounding a bogus plan to sell mineral water was sentenced this week to two years in prison. According to the Massachusetts U.S. Attorney’s Office, Edmond P. LaFrance, 70, was sentenced by U.S. District Court … Continue reading

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If it’s THAT important, Gov. Sununu, Shouldn’t We Fund It Ourselves?

So let me get this straight… If something is “essential” for our Live Free or Die State, why are you allowing us to be beholden to others to provide money for it?  Isn’t that kinda backwards – THIS must be … Continue reading

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Henniker Planning Board Jokes About Bathroom Habits of Older People

At the April [Henniker] Planning Board meeting during a discussion about expanding the “Older Person” housing ordinance a joke was made about the bathroom habits of the elderly. The reaction of the board members is quite disturbing. | More… | … Continue reading

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