Daily Archives: November 22, 2017

Balsams tops $26 million in real estate reservations

More than 120 families and individuals have made a 5 percent refundable deposit toward purchase of a unit in the first structures to be renovated as part of the $170 million Balsams restoration and expansion plan. | Keep Reading at … Continue reading

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Bitcoin: Who’s been the best predictor of crypto prices, for the longest time?

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Portsmouth Air BnB Renter Should Say They are “Domiciled” for Voting Purposes

The city of Portsmouth, New Hampshire has denied a couple the right to rent a property they own on Air BnB. Matthew Beebe and Barbara Jenny bought the home next to theirs for their Daughter who travels and planned to use short-term rentals until her … Continue reading

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Alicia Neely Gets Her Job Back

Update to Kimberly Morin’s October 31 post on the Grok: Alicia Neely has been reinstated to her job at the Sununu Youth Center. The formal announcement from Governor Sununu does not indicate if she’ll get back pay. See Morin’s October 25 post … Continue reading

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Billboards dark, arrest warrant out for Michael Gill

All of Michael Gill’s “The Mortgage Specialist” billboards now appear to have gone dark. Rockingham County Sheriff deputies have a warrant for his arrest in hand. And Gill’s latest focus seems to be on winning over President Trump’s pick for … Continue reading

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Timberlane Budget Committee Tells Metzler to Cut Spending

In an astonishing turn of events, the Timberlane Budget Committee voted tonight to instruct Dr. Metzler to cut $5.5 million from the next budget draft.  The superintendent has been instructed to return with a $69.6 million draft II budget. The first … Continue reading

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