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A crew from the state Department of Transportation break down and remove a homeless camp on the west bank of the Merrimack River in Manchester.

Manchester homeless camps along river removed despite appeal to mayor

MANCHESTER — New Hampshire State Police and highway workers cleared out homeless camps along the Merrimack River on Thursday morning, sending at least one resident packing and throwing away volumes of camping gear and belongings of others who had presumably departed ahead of the sweep.


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    Concord resident Jason Alleyne in Merrimack County Superior Court on Wednesday.

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    The 192-mile Northern Pass transmission line would carry hydroelectric power from Quebec into New England, running through more than 30 Granite State communities, including Groveton.

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