Daily Archives: September 1, 2017

Lyft now offers statewide service in New Hampshire

Lyft is driving into the countryside in an effort to raise ridership and steal market share from rival Uber. The much smaller Lyft announced Thursday that it is offering service to passengers in every corner of 32 U.S. states, now … Continue reading

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Dartmouth Seeks to Clarify Stance on Free Speech, Antifa Connection

The back-and-forth between Dartmouth faculty and College President Phil Hanlon continues over the school’s response to comments by Mark Bray. Bray is a faculty member and has been a prominent speaker on the Antifa movement since the clashes in Charlottesville. … Continue reading

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N.H. lottery looks to grab piece of Mass. Keno pot

New Hampshire, which already cleans this state’s clock by siphoning away retail sales thanks to its lack of a sales tax, just delivered a one-two punch that landed squarely in Massachusetts’ solar plexus. Designed to take the air out of … Continue reading

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A Public Spat, a Political Problem and a Late-Night Car Chase

Rich started the morning by wondering about what issue was going on between NH Political Buzz’s Kimberly Morin and Raymond Buckley, before talking about news surrounding Commissioner of Education Frank Edelblut. | More… | Girard at Large

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State committee delays Northern Pass decision until 2018

CONCORD — A state committee won’t make any decision on the proposed Northern Pass project until 2018. The Site Evaluation Committee on Thursday said it was pushing back its Sept. 30 deadline for making a decision on the project. It now … Continue reading

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Windham Tax Preparer Pleads Guilty to Defrauding the Department of Revenue Administration

Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald and Commissioner John T. Beardmore of the Department of Revenue Administration (“DRA”) announce that, earlier today, Maria Panourgias (age 61) of Windham, pled guilty in Hillsborough County Superior Court Northern Division to two counts of … Continue reading

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New Hampshire tourism officials predict a record-breaking Labor Day

New Hampshire tourism officials are expecting a record-breaking Labor Day weekend, with more than 640,000 visitors and more than $91 million in visitor spending. That means, according to the NH Division of Travel and Tourism Development, a 3.5 percent increase … Continue reading

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New Hampshire man arrested for allegedly flashing handgun during road rage incident

LEXINGTON – A New Hampshire man was arrested Thursday afternoon after he allegedly flashed a handgun at another driver during a road rage incident. The Massachusetts State Police said Matthew McKinney, 26, of Alexandria, New Hampshire was stopped and arrested as he tried … Continue reading

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Police: NH Officer Struck Delivery Worker

FREMONT, N.H. (AP) — Police in New Hampshire have opened an investigation after an officer struck a delivery man with his cruiser. WMUR-TV reports the crash happened in Fremont around 5 p.m. Thursday. According to police, the Fremont Police officer was driving … Continue reading

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Round-Up: Pro-Life at Yale, Etc.

Registration is open now for Vita et Veritas, Yale’s fifth annual pro-life conference, coming up October 6 & 7. The first conference was founded in 2013 by a team of students in Choose Life at Yale (CLAY). I envy this year’s … Continue reading

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