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March 30. 2012 12:25PM



Politico: Mega Millions tips from Judd Gregg

UNH student government president's feet held to the fire over letter inviting church groups to pray for student body

In Tuesday's issue of The New Hampshire, Coukos apologized for "any confusion the use of UNH stationery may inadvertently have caused," and stated that his "intent was to send the letter as an individual, and not on the behalf of UNH or its students." Coukos also stated that a week after the original letter was sent, he wrote another in order to explain his intentions on Tuesday, Feb. 7. The second was not printed on UNH stationery.

Dartmouth '73 Leon Black donates $48 million for Dartmouth Arts Center

New site-specific wall sculpture by Ellsworth Kelly to be installed at new visual arts center at Dartmouth

Sentencing set for NY man captured in NH who killed 3 relatives

NPR - State Impact: Why The Mega Millions Jackpot Is Extra-Important For New Hampshire

Less than 1 in 10 who apply offered a spot at Dartmouth

Laconia Daily Sun: Lawyers argue over what jury can hear when murder trial starts on Monday

Man arrested in Portsmouth wanted for attempted murder, robbery in Mass.



Starbucks, Stonyfield Paying Their Own Recycling Tabs

Starbucks and Stonyfield are among the growing number of companies in the United States that are fronting some of the costs of their recycling efforts. Municipalities are cutting services due to budgets, and recycling programs are one program that can end up on the fiscal chopping block.

Gannett: 11 tips to help you win a business plan contest, get money for your startup

Celebrity Chefs Announced for 1st New Hampshire Restaurant Week

Fosters: NH laundry company sued by Mass. rival over alleged hacking

NASHUA - General Linen Service, Inc of Newburyport, Mass. is suing General Linen Service Co., Inc., of Somersworth, alleging the New Hampshire firm illegally grabbed information off its web portal to clean out its rival's customer base.

NH timeshare resale company rebranding as

NH buidlings-from-kits maker says it will offer a wider variety of kits for amateurs



19th century robber baron's breath taking 500 acre New Hampshire estate on market for $3.75 Million

WSJ: Real Estate News - House of the Day - $3.75M New Hampshire estate

Four decades of Jewelry by Etta at Cape Cod Museum of Art

Forty years ago, Etta Goodstein couldn't figure out why, every time she left her New Hampshire commune to grocery shop, people recognized her. Now she gets it. Not everyone who pushes a cart wears a vest made of loops of sterling silver. For the next few weeks, a mannequin at the Cape Cod Museum of Art in Dennis will model that vest.

Cardinal Burke Welcomes 2 Thomas More College Students Into the Church (181)

Jonathan Wasserman, 19, from Kansas City, Missouri, and 19-year-old Kristina Landry from Ellington, Connecticut, are both students at Thomas More College in New Hampshire. As part of their four-year liberal arts course they have been studying in Rome for the past three months.

Daily Beast: Black Women Still Battle Mad Men in Corporate America

The times have changed since the Mad Men era, but for black women in corporate America, there are plenty of sad and shocking remnants.

New Hampshire students spend spring break building homes for needy in Calif.

The New Hampshire: A return to Renaissance

A homemade dress from 1890s New Hampshire is standing in storage. It is made of faille fabric - a woven, ribbed cloth. The maker used a machine with chain stitching - new technology for the time - to hold it together. If one string is pulled, the entire piece comes apart. Standing next to it is a dress from 1890s Paris made of wool and silk with intricate rose details on the skirt.

Students succeed in plane building and soar to national competition

MERIDEN, N.H. - Call it a science-lovers playground. Head quarters for the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics team at Kimball Union Academy. The students recently received some great news. They are competing in the "Real World Design Challenge." A nation-wide airplane building contest. At the state-level-- the focus in on the plane's wing. And out of 17 teams in New Hampshire, they came out on top. Now, it's on to nationals.

Courts / Public Oversight



State appeals lower court decision awarding larger pensions for some retired judges. Affirmed in part, reversed in part and remanded.



Dartmouth '88 v. Dartmouth '82 in NY senate race

Wendy Long, the Republican challenger, only entered the race in February but gained experience working in the Senate for former Sens. Gordon Humphrey, R-N.H., and Bill Armstrong, R-Colo., soon after graduating from the College, according to her campaign website.



Business Insider - Larry M. Elkin, CPA: Before Sanford, A New England Gunshot With Better Results

When George Zimmerman stood over the body of the boy he followed and killed, police had probable cause to make an arrest. Sanford's officers did not recognize that. New Hampshire law enforcement set a better example, and sent a more useful message to neighborhood watchers across America.



Story and Video: New Hampshire woman, 82, makes hole-in-one during Fla. tournament

Pat Cooke of Tequesta, Fla., is a New Hampshire native. "When the four of us came up to putt our balls," she said, "there was no ball to be found. It was in the hole. That was really special, unexpected."

Anthony Gose helps Blue Jays steal win

Gose had four stolen bases in the game, and has seven during spring training. He has 194 stolen bases in four minor league seasons, including 70 last year with Double-A New Hampshire.

New Owners Of New Britain Rock Cats Officially Introduced

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