Daily Archives: November 29, 2017

Manchester Pays $275,000 To Man Wrongly Arrested for Recording Police

Concord, NH – The City of Manchester has paid $275,000 to settle a federal civil rights lawsuit brought by the ACLU of New Hampshire (“ACLU-NH”) on behalf of Alfredo Valentin. Valentin was wrongly arrested in March 2015 for criminal wiretapping after … Continue reading

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Hearing on Springhill Farm Eviction to be Held December 6th

We have been following the case of the Springhill Farm which is run currently by tenant and relative of the trust owner Jay Sweet, and his family. The Sweets filed a discrimination complaint with the NH Commission for Human Rights over the … Continue reading

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Laconia Daily Sun Aids Belknap County Budget Shell Game Deceptions

The shell game continues on County Drive. It’s understandable that this sleight of hand would lead to errors in the Laconia Daily Sun’s article covering the Belknap County budget. Commissioner DeVoy, according to the Sun, said: “…it was poor budget management on the … Continue reading

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What did NH Democrats Know (About Sexual Predators) and When Did They Know It?

In the wake of Matt Lauer’s termination, and the self-immolation underway on the left, the news is littered with exciting tidbits from long-time liberal hypocrites about other long-time liberal hypocrites, like this. On ABC News’ “This Week,” veteran journalist Cokie Roberts … Continue reading

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Federal court blocks deportation of a group of Indonesian nationals

BOSTON — Yesterday, a federal court blocked the deportation of a group of Indonesian nationals, most of whom have lived in the U.S. for more than a decade and faced imminent removal to Indonesia where they were at risk of … Continue reading

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NH Social Venture Innovation Challenge finalists named

Sixteen teams have been selected to advance to the final round of the 2017 NH Social Venture Innovation Challenge. The finalists – eight in the student track and eight in the community track – will compete beginning at 8:30 a.m. … Continue reading

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NHLA Board Election Results

Elections for 3 NHLA Board members concluded 11/27/17. 62 ballots were cast in this approval voting election, and the results are as follows: Development Director – Lisa Cole was elected with 51 ballots cast in her favor, 4 cast for … Continue reading

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