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Republicans And Democrats Don’t Agree, Don’t Like Each Other And It’s Worse Than Ever

“The fact that Republicans and Democrats differ on these fundamental issues is probably not a surprise, but the magnitude of the difference is striking, and particularly how the differences have grown in recent years and where they’ve grown,” Carroll Doherty, … Continue reading

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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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Gov. Sununu’s Going Back To Washington, But It’s Unclear What For

Gov. Chris Sununu is heading to Washington on Monday for an undisclosed event at the White House. The governor’s staff included the visit in his public schedule for the week (with “Attends Event at The White” penciled in at 11 … Continue reading

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Scorecard Data Released for NH Colleges

New data is available from the federal Department of Education on the costs and performance of New Hampshire’s universities. The new numbers are available on the College Scorecard, an online tool created by the federal government. It’s designed to let students … Continue reading

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Weirs Drive-In Theater Back On The Market After Concerns Raised Over Native American Artifacts

During its 68-year run, the Weirs Drive-In Theater certainly played its fair share of “Indiana Jones” movies. Real life archeologists are also interested in what may be underneath the iconic outdoor movie theater’s thirteen paved acres. “I would characterize this site as … Continue reading

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N.H. Schools Respond to Allegations of Racist Attacks With Diversity Training, Soul Searching

New Hampshire schools and communities have been doing some serious soul searching after reports of racist incidents in which children were harassed verbally and physically, resulting in neck injuries for one boy after an alleged attempted lynching. Right now, many … Continue reading

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Why Are So Many N.H. Towns Split Up Into Villages?

All over New Hampshire, towns are divided into even smaller communities; Barnstead contains Center Barnstead, Barnstead Parade, and South Barnstead. There’s Conway, North Conway and Center Conway. Chocorua, South Tamworth, Wonalancet, and Whittier – are all part of the town of … Continue reading

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