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ICYMI – Girard at Large On Air News Read for Sept. 4th, 2017

August’s surge of overdoses in the Queen City pushed the year to date total past last year’s at this time for the first time this year.  The eighty-two suspected overdoses brought the year to date total to five hundred forty-seven, which is thirteen more, … Continue reading

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Girard at Large: On Air News Read for Sept. 1st, 2017

What happens when a moose goes on a Midnight stroll on Route 1 0 1 in Auburn?  It gets hit by vehicles; lots of them, apparently.  According to a news release issued by the New Hampshire State Police, at about … Continue reading

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Girard at Large: News Read for August 31st, 2017

ew Hampshire Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald announced the indictment of forty three-year-old Russell Berry, of Hooksett, on a charge of Theft by Unauthorized taking.  Berry, the owner of Classic Auto Works, is alleged to have taken two thousand dollars … Continue reading

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Girard at Large: On Air News Read for August 30, 2017

New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald and Secretary of State Bill Gardner issued a statement yesterday saying that archived copies of the state’s voter database won’t be turned over to the Presidential Commission on Election Integrity or available to the … Continue reading

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Girard at Large: On Air News Read for August 29, 2017

Goffstown Police have arrested twenty-three-year-old Shawn Rees of Hooksett and charged him with three counts of Criminal Mischief, a Class B misdemeanor after identifying him in surveillance video tagging a building with graffiti.  Turns out Rees and a yet to … Continue reading

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Girard at Large: On Air News Read for August 28, 2017

Manchester had a Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Week, with apologies to Alexander, last week as the city experienced a massive spike in overdose calls. Calling the week “disastrous,” the Manchester Fire Department’s Emergency Medical Services Officer Christopher Hickey … Continue reading

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Girard at Large – On Air News Read for August 10, 2017

Governor Christopher Sununu has sent a letter to President Donald Trump urging him to make funds available to health insurance companies that participate in state run Obamacare health insurance exchanges.  Saying that the companies can’t operate well in an uncertain environment, the governor asked the President to fund … Continue reading

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Girard at Large – On Air News Read for August 8, 2017

Secretary of State William M. Gardner and Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald announced that State Senator Betty Laskey, Democrat from Nashua, and State Rep. Neal Kurk, Republican from Weare, have dismissed the bogus lawsuit they brought to block Secretary of … Continue reading

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Girard at Large: On Air News Read for August 3, 2017

That’s what Manchester Police Chief Nick Willard had to say during an interview on the Girard at Large Radio Show on Tuesday.  Willard voiced frustration with property owners who failed to maintain their properties and ignored citations issued by city … Continue reading

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Girard At Large: On Air News Read for August 2, 2017

The federal government published information on proposed rate increases for New Hampshire’s Obamacare Health Insurance Exchange for 2018, yesterday.  As expected it showed that consumers in the individual market will likely face increases of more than forty percent, which New Hampshire Insurance Commissioner Roger … Continue reading

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