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April 03. 2012 1:22PM

Tuesday headlines - NH news from online


Petition calls for naming NH beach seashell 'E Street Bandstand'

Melting Arctic may redraw global geopolitical map
U.S. Navy safety swimmers stand on the deck of the Virginia class submarine USS New Hampshire after it surfaced through thin ice. If, as many scientists predict, currently inaccessible sea lanes across the top of the world become navigable in the coming decades, they could redraw global trading routes — and perhaps geopolitics — forever.

Boston entrepreneur, Norman Priebatsch, falls into crevasse hiking, rescue mission halted

National immigration sweep captures 145 in New England

NPR Audio: Study ranks Coos least healthy county because of smoking, inactivity and obesity
On the bright side Coos has less violent crime; less air pollution and more primary care physicians for its population than the rest of the state. More -

Dover woman faces Natick, Mass. larceny charges

Sanbornville pair convicted in 'under the table' payroll scheme
Floyd and Dion were also convicted separately for corruptly endeavoring to obstruct the IRS's ability to determine their own income.

NH family moves into Fla. townhouse allegedly contaminated by toxic Chinese drywall


NYT: Small banks shift charters to avoid U.S. as regulator
A small community bank in New Hampshire found a demand from its regulator last month just too much. Monadnock Community Bank in Peterborough was ordered to do a thorough review of how it collected payments on its delinquent loans, said William Pierce, the chief executive. That meant diverting three of its 18 employees to comb through reams of mortgages.

Business Insider - Dean Baker, CEPR: Adventures in Bank Regulation: How slow are the employees at Monadnock Community Bank?

Best Cities of New England - Top 30 list snubs Manchester, places Concord at #9

Maine Today: NH liquor resales cost millions
It's estimated that Maine loses 206,000 to 584,000 cases of liquor sales to New Hampshire each year, Reid said.

Marshall's open for business in Epping

Quarter century since epic Maine, NH flooding

Five New Hampshire businesses filed for bankruptcy in March

New VELCRO brand website kickoff


NH Jazz presents Mark Shilansky's 'Join the Club' sextet Thursday April 5 in Laconia

Sandler's 'Grown Ups 2' looking for extras

Babson College to honor former NH governor, entrepreneur Craig Benson


Cell phone location tracking public records requests
Of all of the recent technological developments that have expanded the surveillance capabilities of law enforcement agencies at the expense of individual privacy, perhaps the most powerful is cell phone location tracking. And now, after an unprecedented records request by ACLU affiliates around the country, we know that this method is widespread and often used without adequate regard for constitutional protections, judicial oversight, or accountability.

Fosters: AG warns police not to arrest those who video arrests


AG's office tells checklist supervisors to be detectives for conservative activist Barbara Aichinger challenge
Scanlan said that challenges were often politically motivated, advising the supervisors to ignore the politics and "decide the issue on its merits."

Carsey Institute's Rogelio Saenz to chair executive council of the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research
Saenz is a policy fellow of the Carsey Institute at the University of New Hampshire and a regular contributor writing on demographic trends for the Population Reference Bureau.


The Hill: Romney surrogate: Santorum 'hanging on with ego,' should drop out

New poll shows gender gap in presidential race


The New Hampshire - From the Right: Letterhead controversy far overblown
The highly inappropriate and offensive text of the letter implies that UNH students are somehow imperfect and in need of some type of higher power.


Portsmouth baseball ready to earn national record back
Each school will enter the 2012 season with its winning streak intact, so motivation shouldn't be a problem for a Portsmouth team that has won four consecutive state championships and hasn't lost a game since 2007.

UNH rugby team honors soldier's memory in Scott Milley Memorial Tournament

1993 Ducati Supermono changed my life
“I got the Supermono in '95, at age 48. After years on vintage machinery, the Ducati made me a real racer again. My fellow competitors complained about the 577cc single's power, but it only makes 68 bhp! What makes it fast is the handling'


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15th Annual NH Renaissance Faire
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