Daily Archives: October 3, 2017

Gatsas, Craig To Debate On NHPR’s The Exchange

Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas and former alderman Joyce Craig will take part in a debate hosted by NHPR’s The Exchange. The debate will air live Thursday, Nov. 2 at 9 a.m. It will be rebroadcast at 7 p.m. later that … Continue reading

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Plan For New Drug Rehab Center in Keene Draws Opposition

Neighbors of a proposed new residential rehab center in Keene are organizing to fight the project. They’re concerned it will create public safety issues and lead to crowding in the neighborhood, said attorney Joseph Hoppock, who’s representing the group. | … Continue reading

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Live Free and Start aims to pump up NH capital

Recognizing access to capital is a challenge for growing startups in New Hampshire, the Live Free and Start Advisory Council is hosting two events in November aimed at both aspiring and seasoned investors, including a matchmaking event for early-stage growth … Continue reading

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Last chance for tickets to NHRTL banquet

From New Hampshire Right to Life: Friday, October 6 (coming right up!) is the deadline for purchasing tickets to NHRTL’s annual banquet, being held on October 12. More information is on their web site. | More…

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NH Border checkpoint nets 8 illegal immigrant arrests, seizure of marijuana

WOODSTOCK — A U.S. Customs and Border Protection checkpoint along Interstate 93 southbound resulted in the arrests of eight illegal immigrants and marijuana being seized. The checkpoint was set up along the same straightaway as one that was held over a … Continue reading

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Keene mayor proposes crackdown on owners of disorderly properties

Mayor Kendall W. Lane’s proposed ordinance would fine landlords if police are called to one of their properties for noise complaints, fighting and other violations more than three times in a year. He said he does not yet know how … Continue reading

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An Opinion on Gun Control

The average number of people shot in a mass shooting event when the shooter is stopped by law enforcement: 14. The average number of people shot in a mass shooting event when the shooter is stopped by civilians: 2.5. The … Continue reading

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Tuftonboro’s Noxious Lawsuit, Part of National Trend

“These lawsuits are an absurd practice and noxious to open government.” That’s how the Associated Press quotes University of Kansas journalism professor Jonathan Peters, speaking about a troubling trend in recent years of government bodies suing citizens who seek disclosure … Continue reading

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Portsmouth officials defend property revaluation

PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth officials defended their recent revaluation of residential and commercial properties during a city council workshop Monday evening. Finance Director Judie Belanger said despite the beliefs of some residents who have reached out to her department, commercial property owners … Continue reading

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Sex Trafficking Ring Run by Two NH Women Busted

Sonya Palic (a.k.a. Chloe), 46, of Manchester, and Sonya Palic (a.k.a. Red), 46, of Bedford allegedly arranged for women to meet with men, either for “in-calls” or “out-calls” at hotels, to provide commercial sexual services in exchange for cash. | … Continue reading

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