North Haverhill — A Grafton County Superior Court judge has ruled against a former Piermont Selectboard member who last year accused fellow town officials of violating the state’s Right-to-Know law.
Teran “Terri” Mertz filed a lawsuit in July 2016 accusing her two male colleagues of holding illegal meetings, making secret agreements and mismanaging meeting minutes.
She asked the court to send Selectboard members Randy Subjeck and Colin Stubbings to training sessions on the state’s Right-to-Know law. Mertz also asked that her legal fees be reimbursed. *| More…
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So who is behind this drive to scrub history and remove monuments that some in our society can’t emotionally deal with?
Well, according to a recent Marist poll, it’s not the typical college student, or millennials, in general.
Sure, the chaos on college campuses across the nation would make it seem that our youth culture, once the epicenter of burgeoning idealism, has somehow done an immediate reversal and become the place where individuality and free thought go to die. That may not be the whole story. In fact, it may just be a case of the squeaky wheel getting the grease. | More…
The list of things the Democrats and their thugs must insist we change (remove, destroy) because “slavery” grows by the day. This time it’s New York. The State, the City, and everything else that sounds similar. | More…
LACONIA — Police said a warrant sweep that ended Thursday resulted in arrest warrants being issued for 16 people — mostly for drug charges.
Seven were arrested and arraigned; another nine are at large as officials did not find them at their last known address.
Police said the effort was several months in the making, and included earlier arrests of 12 additional people, all for drug charges. *| More
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Posted in Crime
Tagged Drugs, Laconia
BOW – A Boscawen woman is facing new charges after allegedly assaulting police trying to take her into custody on outstanding warrants.
About 8 p.m., police were called to the Hampton Inn at 515 South St. for a report of two women trying to pay for a room with insufficient funds.
The women provided false names to police at first, police said. Once their true identities were established, police found Liana Sottile, 27, of Boscawen, had four outstanding warrants and a probation violation to deal with. She didn’t take the news well. *| More…
| Union Leader
Back before we knew the outcome of the 2016 elections the Democrats were saying Chris Sununu was out-of-touch with mainstream voters.
Speaking at the Legislative Office Building, Buckley, Senator David Pierce (D-Lebanon) and Representative Katherine Rogers (D-Concord) denounced the Trump/Sununu’s extreme ideology, saying it was way out-of-touch with mainstream voters and that it would surely lead Republicans up and down the ticket to disaster in November.
Main Stream voters in New Hampshire, continue to disagree. | More….
After events like what happened this past weekend in Charlottesville, I always find it instructive to look back at history and how people and ideologies were framed then — and how people see or don’t see them today.
Scrolling through tweets and posts of folks processing the “Unite The Right” rally and the violence afterward, a common refrain emerged: “This is not us.”
It’s well-intended and meant to spurn the racism and violence that occurred last weekend. But it also glosses over a history of racism in the city stretching back more than a century. | More…