Daily Archives: September 28, 2017

Assisted Suicide On New Hampshire’s Southern Border?

Assisted suicide is up for discussion again at the Massachusetts State House – for the eighth time, according to the Boston Herald. The Joint Committee on Public Health held a public hearing on September 26 on a pair of bills “relative … Continue reading

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Superior court judge tosses defamation suit against Kelleigh Murphy

MANCHESTER — A judge dismissed a defamation suit Wednesday that centered on social media posts made by a prominent Bedford official [Kelleigh Murphy] regarding a quote from a local landscaping company. The case appears headed to the New Hampshire Supreme Court. … Continue reading

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Millennials Convene for Sununu’s Advisory Council

Gov. Chris Sununu is convening a group of 25 Granite State millennials to provide insights and policy recommendations on issues affecting them. On Sept. 21, Sununu issued an executive order establishing the Governor’s Millennial Advisory Council, which holds monthly meetings to discuss … Continue reading

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State Says ‘Miscommunication’ to Blame for Notice Telling Towns to Remove Voters from Checklists

The Secretary of State’s office says “miscommunication” is to blame for a message that appeared to direct local officials to strike the names of some voters from checklists without notifying them first. “It was miscommunication, pure and simple,” Deputy Secretary of State … Continue reading

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Portsmouth Smoke and Vape | Bitcoin Preferred!

The crypto-economy grew a little bit larger today when the popular downtown shop Portsmouth Smoke and Vape started accepting Ethereum, Dash, ZCash, Litecoin, and Bitcoin. Customers can now buy all the glass, incense, vaporizers, cleaning kits, tobacco products, e-cigarettes, and … Continue reading

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The problem with conspiracy theorists (not all of them)

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NH Food Truck and Craft Beer Festival coming to Seacoast

PORTSMOUTH — The fourth New Hampshire Food Truck and Craft Beer Festival will run from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Redhook Brewery. While some of New England’s most popular food trucks dish out fan favorites ranging from grilled cheese … Continue reading

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Sununu’s Visit With EversourceNH’s Bill Quinlan, IBEW Not On His Public Agenda

EversourceNH president Bill Quinlan, Manchester Community College and IBEW electrical union representatives welcomed Gov. Chris Sununu to a regular lineworker training session Wednesday, according to an Eversource news release. The event was not posted on Sununu’s public schedule. | More… … Continue reading

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Send Me A Link To Your NH Taxpayer Association Web Site or Facebook Page

New Hampshire has a lot of taxpayer groups where folks share the sort of local content New Media Militia wants to share. I will be checking out CNHT for their list as time permits but to help facilitate the process, … Continue reading

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Manchester taxpayers group relaunching with new board

MANCHESTER — A group that led the petition drive to cap city spending more than a decade ago is being resurrected by a new collection of concerned citizens and local business leaders. … Organizers said they decided to join together at … Continue reading

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