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At left, Andrea Frey of Newmarket, Mabel Armstrong of Portsmouth, Kate Mitchell of Kittery, Maine, and Alyssa Grenning, of Rollinsford, hold signs in Portsmouth's Market Square during the Women's March Saturday.

One year later, NH's women aren't just marching; they're running, too

A year after the Women's March stunned the political world from Washington, D.C. to the prodigious hilltops of New Hampshire, many Granite State women are taking their activism to a whole new level.


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    Keene State's interim president, Melinda Treadwell, in her office in December 2017, said Friday the college continues to downsize with a heart.

    At Keene State, it's about downsizing 'with a heart'

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