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April 11. 2012 12:42PM

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NEWS
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Mass. firefighter, 54, who spent vacation in a NH jail saves his $3,474 a month pension
HAVERHILL - Retired firefighter Kevin Thompson has saved his $3,474 monthly pension by admitting he drove city fire trucks without a license and agreeing to pay the Fire Department $5,000.


NH man charged with assaulting police officer in Arlington, Mass.
Peter G. Cote, 58, of Velma Circle, Pelham, NH, was charged with assault and battery on a police officer, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.


AccuWeather: Interior Snow, Blustery Conditions for Northeast


Wrong-way Hudson, NH driver gets probation for Danvers, Mass., incident
A Hudson, NH, woman who was caught driving the wrong way down Route 1 in Danvers last year after mixing alcohol and prescription drugs will spend a year on probation, a judge has ordered.


Disbanded Lawrence, Mass., police drug unit returns to the streets, arrests 5 from New Hampshire


BUSINESS
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New England Could See (Bigger) Gas Price Spikes Following Refinery Closures
But ultimately, Hargreaves reports, the problem isn't a nationwide gas shortage. Rather, oil companies don't have the infrastructure to transport fuel to the Northeast.


Genworth's 9th Annual Cost of Care Survey Shows Long Term Care In-Home Services Costs Remain Unchanged in NH


NH wind power firm inks $300M deal with Nova Scotia's Emera, which is partnering with Algonguin, which is buying National Grid
First Wind said Tuesday the Public Utilities Commission has approved, with conditions, the deal in which Emera Inc. of Nova Scotia will invest more than $300 million to have a 49 percent stake in First Wind's Northeast project portfolio. More


Concord lawyer a principal in firm that matches self-insured busineses with health care providers


FEATURES / ENTERTAINMENT
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Weathervane Theatre Alumni Association plans Broadway gala
Raise the Roof! Recover, Rebuild, Rejoice! will benefit the rebuilding efforts of the original Weathervane Theatre, whose historic New Hampshire barn was destroyed in a fire last season.


Who will be the next Miss New Hampshire? - Local 'superwomen' build anticipation as the competition nears


NHPR audio: Kids Coming to Concord Prison - for Summer Camp
For the first time, the Department of Corrections will run a summer camp program for children of incarcerated fathers.


COURTS / PUBLIC OVERSIGHT
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Judicial interest rates on judgements and prejudgements - Between 1981 and 1995 the rate was 10%, now it is 2%


PUC report on Investigation of Merrimack Station Scrubber Cost Recovery - Order Granting Temporary Rates
ORDERED, that Public Service Company of New Hampshire is hereby authorized to establish an Energy Service rate at 7.77 cents per kWh and establish a temporary Scrubber cost recovery rate at 0.98 cents per kWh for a combined Energy Service rate of 8.75 cents per kWh, effective April 16, 2012.


OPINION
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BlackAgendaReport.com: April 1994 to April 2012 - Commemorating More Than 18 years of US Sponsored Terrorism in Central Africa
Eighteen years after the historic '100 days of genocide' in Rwanda the United States Government has suddenly produced never-before-seen satellite images to support the genocide extradition trial of a former Rwandan now U.S. citizen in New Hampshire (USA). The existence of satellite imagery from 1994 would enable the 'international community' to further explore heretofore hidden facts about the double presidential assassinations of April 6 or massacres committed before, during and after 1994. As the world commemorates the official Rwanda genocide story on the 18th anniversary of the Rwanda genocide the people of Central Africa continue to suffer under the brutal terrorism of the Kagame military regime. Instead of celebrating, we should be asking: who are the real victims and who are the real criminals, and what really happened in Rwanda?


PRIMARY
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Salon: Rick Santorum is out of the GOP race, but his bitterness could still spell trouble for the GOP this summer and fall


American Spectator: Getting It Right Next Time - How conservatives can overcome their losing record in Republican presidential primaries


Mitt Saved Lives: Who Knew?


SPORTS
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Lifeguards in short supply in Southern N.H.


Jim Ferry named men's basketball coach at Duquesne


Top basketball recruit Nerlens Noel to pick school tonight

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