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March 24. 2012 10:39AM

Weekend headlines - NH news from online


Map of Where Prohibition Is Alive and Kicking in the USA

Salmonella: Here's what we know – and what we'll never know
Late last year, salmonella from tainted ground beef sickened at least 20 people – and maybe hundreds more. How did it happen?

Lewiston Jun Journal: Crime fears unjustified by crime statistics
Vermont and New Hampshire are close, but Maine's crime rate is still significantly lower. Mainers have about one-tenth of 1 percent chance of being involved in a violent crime (murder, rape, robbery or aggravated assault).

Solomon, escapee rescue dog, spotted in Canton/Stoughton area

NASA rocket launch rescheduled for Tuesday

Lewiston: 36th annual gun show draws a crowd

Lawyers seek release of NH woman accused of Rwanda war crimes, lies to get US citizenship

Darmouth students split over World Bank nomination of their president

Judge hears arguments in advance of Mallove trial
Chad Schaffer, a 34-year-old restaurant worker from Norwich, was charged in the May 14, 2004, beating death of NH scientist Eugene Mallove in 2010, after the state had reinvestigated the case and dismissed charges against two men who initially had been charged.

Bedtime burglar sentenced to 7 to 14 years in prison
LACONIA — Joshua Shepherd, 31, of Laconia, one of two men charged with a string of nocturnal burglaries in the Lakes Region last summer, was sentenced to serve 7 to 14 years in the New Hampshire State Prison after pleading guilty to two counts of burglary, four counts of accomplice to burglary and one count of sale of a narcotic drug — all felonies — in Belknap County Superior Court yesterday.

Drug sniffing dogs search Laconia High School

NASA rocket launch no earlier than Monday morning now
Clouds released by the five rockets may be visible for up to 20 minutes by residents from South Carolina to southern New Hampshire and Vermont.

Red Flag Warning issued for Southern Maine, New Hampshire
A combination of dry brush, strong winds and low humidity create a dangerous potential for fires.

Record $356 million Mega Millions jackpot expected for Tuesday drawing


Proud to Bead Abenaki: A Conversation With Abenaki Beadworker Rhonda Besaw

Reading History in Regalia: Three Stories of History and Culture Through Pow Wows

New Hampshire native circa 1910

Ski areas bank on New Hampshire snow man Tony Vazzano

Conway Daily Sun - David Eastman - Country Ecology: Turkey vulture

The Atlantic - Video - Future World Bank Head Is a Lovely Singer

Bedford's Seth Meyers performing at the Mirage

Titanic bandleader's letter among NH auction items

Book - Donald Risho - 'A Voice in the Win'
Donald Risho takes readers on the turbulent journey of a shy young schoolteacher from New Hampshire through the maelstrom of the Civil War and his encounters with the great men and remarkable scoundrels who afterward gave birth to a new nation.

UNH slow reading author and advocate presents at Salem State University
Dr. Thomas Newkirk is the author of six books, including his latest, “The Art of Slow Reading: Six Time- Honored Practices for Engagement.” He's also a professor at the University of New Hampshire and founder of the New Hampshire Literacy Institutes.

Eagle-Tribune: Sal Lupoli looks to inject new energy into Hampton Beach icon

Tire Warehouse coming to Chesterfield

The Victory Standard and its Influence on Future Vetronics Architectures webcast coming up on April 4
The VICTORY standard will allow combat vehicle displays, radios, computers and sensors to share information.

Kathleen A. Cote joins GT Advanced Technologies board


Interactive map of state-by-state audience preferences

Schumer bill on discount bus safety passes Senate


FEC gives Rick Perry the go-ahead to create super PAC


Catholic Church Historical Reversal: Backed Civil Unions In New Hampshire

NYT Editorial - How Much Was That Treatment?
There is no evidence, as yet, in New Hampshire that disclosure has reduced the variation in prices or caused many patients or doctors to change their choice of hospitals. That could be because disclosure has only just started, the information is often difficult to extract, and many patients may equate higher prices with better quality care or don’t care about price because they are well insured.

Native Free Stater Brad Jardis on 'Speak up New Hampshire' on judicial accountability

Does the departure of Rowan WIlliams indicate a turn to the right for Anglican Church split over homosexuality?
Two years earlier, the once-a-decade Lambeth Conference of Anglican bishops from around the world wouldn't even open its doors to the Bishop of New Hampshire, one of the giants of the Episcopal Church, because Gene Robinson — while safely a he — was a gay he. He's not the first gay bishop by any means, but he's the first to be honest about it.


2012 Laconia Motorcycle Week: 89th Year
The AMA Sanctioned Hill Climb will be held at its brand-new location in Canaan and enthusiasts can enjoy the scenic ride to the climb from the Gypsy Tour that morning.

44th Annual Market Days Festival
Thursday-Friday, 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.,
Saturday, 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Darci Lynne
Saturday, 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.

2nd Annual Amherst Food Truck Festival
Saturday, 12 p.m. - 4 p.m.

14th Annual New England Brewfest
Saturday, 3 p.m. - 8 p.m.

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