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May 15. 2012 12:52PM

NH news from around the web - Updated 5/15


Former NH fire chief to serve 90 days for burning down barn of man dating his ex wife
Eldridge was the fire chief in West Ossipee, N.H., until March 28, 2011, when the West Ossipee Fire Precinct Commission removed Eldridge "for cause" during an executive session, according to the Carroll County Independent.

Sex slave ring focus of Investigation Discovery TV show
The episode "All-American Sex Slaves," part-news report and part-dramatic re-enactment, tells the story of two pimps, Brian Forbes and Dennis "Rahmyti" Paris, and two girls, one from New Hampshire and one from Vermont, who were enslaved by Forbes and Paris and then escaped and testified against them. Forbes and Paris are both now serving time in prison.

Maine home care aid from Rye charged with stealing hundreds of thousans in jewelry from elderly client

Man charged in burglary spree now faces drug charges

NECN Video: ACLU decries Obama's election-year crackdown on immigration
The program is already in effect in Boston, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and in nearly 2,800 jurisdictions in 48 states.

NH shooting victim accused of assault, drug dealing in Vermont
BRATTLEBORO -- A man who was seriously injured after being shot a year ago at Chesterfield Gorge State Wayside Area in Chesterfield, N.H., is facing legal trouble in Vermont.

U.S. Supreme Court refuses to resurrect lawsuit brought by family of alleged Bulger victim
“It's disappointing, but the Supreme Court takes very few cases,'' said William E. Christie, the New Hampshire-based attorney for the Halloran family. “Once again, the courts have denied the Halloran family justice.''

Relocation of facility housing 6 sex offenders judged incompetent to stand trial weighs on Laconia's purchase of State School land
LACONIA — Apart from questions about the fair market value of the property, the future of a facility housing little more than a handful of sexual offenders operated by the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services also weighs on the city's prospects of acquiring the former site of the Laconia State School.

Poor people who rent generate a disproportionate amount of trash, making Laconia tipping fee rule a hardship says landlord
"They are not my children," Bean said. "You're burdening me with 47-percent of the city's trash. Everybody should be responsible. Raise everyone's taxes." He said that everyone contributes to their rent subsidies, food stamps and welfare payments and asked why should landlords alone bear the cost of their trash.


Salem business brings to market glucose meter attachment for your iPhone or iPad

Air Force lays out criteria for basing of new refueling tankers

NHBR: USA Springs judge puts off auction decision

Honda floats new personal electric vehicle


Eight handguns that you need to shoot before you die - #7 The Ruger Blackhawk
In 1955 Bill Ruger made firearms history when he gambled (correctly) that in the heyday of television westerns, gun owners would put down good money on a quality single action revolver.

Der Spiegel journalist Samiha Shafy lectures at Dartmouth on science and politics
Shafy is a science journalist for Der Spiegel, a weekly news magazine in Germany, and she is this year's Bernard D. Nossiter '47 Lecturer for the Rockefeller Center.

The Dartmouth: Ferriero talks role of National Archives
Archivist of the United States and “collector-in-chief” David Ferriero spoke on Monday afternoon at Dartmouth College about the array of challenges he faces helping to digitize and declassify the 12 billion papers under the National Archive's control.

Wedding Movies: Which Big-Screen Wedding Scene Is Most Memorable?


Stebbins Commercial Properties complaint against FairPoint Communications, Inc. - Billing dispute - Order approving hearings examiner's report and requiring repayment

Adequacy status of the submitted EPA 2008 and 2022 VOC and NOX
The submittal includes MOVES2010 motor vehicle emissions budgets for 2008 and 2022 for the Boston-Manchester-Portsmouth (Southeast), New Hampshire 8-hour ozone area. As a result of our finding, the State of New Hampshire must use these motor vehicle emissions budgets for future conformity determinations for the Boston-Manchester-Portsmouth (Southeast), New Hampshire 8-hour ozone area.

NRC rejects petion for rulemaking from anti-Seabrook advocates
The petitioners requested that the NRC amend its regulations to accept a license renewal application (LRA) no sooner than 10 years before the expiration of the current license and to apply the revised rule to all LRAs for which the NRC has not issued a final safety evaluation report. The petitioners also requested a suspension of all new license renewal activity until the rulemaking is decided. After reviewing the petition, the NRC is denying the petition.Show citation box

Non-Competitive One-Year Extension With Funds for State Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems Grantees <<< NH to receive $150,000.
The State team activities associated with these plans, and the comprehensive systems they describe, also include the identification and implementation of early childhood systems best-practice models, as well as the development of human resources and policies to support these practices.


Bill poposed to ease eviction requirements once a lease has expired

John E. Sununu critical of GOP for Ex-Im subsidies


Boston Globe - The Podium - GT Advanced Technologies CEO Tom Gutierrez: A solar war between China and U.S.?

John E. Sununu: Sorry, Congress: Preserving Export-Import Bank subsidies doesn't make you pro-business


Jenny Thompson to be inducted into U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame

King enjoying the ride with Nolan in L.A.

Four Pinkerton seniors dismissed from lacrosse team
DERRY, N.H. — Four Pinkerton Academy senior lacrosse players were removed from the varsity team after an incident involving alcohol about two weeks ago, The Eagle-Tribune has learned.

Legion Speedway Opens with Test and Tune this Sunday

Boston Globe: Peter Fuller, ran auto dealerships; owned horse stripped of Derby crown

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.

The NH Angle