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December 02. 2012 1:40PM

Chip Kelly: Why he’ll leave college and 5 places he can go

The 2007 hiring of New Hampshire offensive coordinator Chip Kelly was historic to the Oregon football program. Although named to the same position by Oregon (taking over for Gary Crowton who left for LSU), his version of the spread offense has brought legendary results to a program that has had it’s share of ups and downs. His innovative offensive assault gained more national attention once Duck Head Coach Mike Belotti resigned and Kelly was named his replacement.



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PSNH plays 'Grinch' to Farmington Christmas lights tradition

FARMINGTON — According to veteran electrician Tom DeJulio, Christmas lights have been strung across the town's Main Street since 1910, when the Spring Street power station began operating.

NH publisher to close Portland Daily Sun

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NH native offers a strong voice for those with Alzheimer’s

Working as a housecleaner in a nursing home in a small New Hampshire town, she met Margarita Wheeler, a resident originally from Montreal, who had what was called “Oldtimers” at the time.

Siblings gain support after death of parents

Two children lose their father and mother, but they're finding support at a local restaurant just in time for the holidays.

Sony hack: studio head Amy Pascal calls Adam Sandler names

The emails, reported on by The Daily Beast, address a mooted film version of the board game Candyland, proposed by Sandler with a US$200 million ($245 million) budget.

At Jerusalem Jewish Film Festival, Sarah Silverman doesn't hold back

The stand-up comedian talks about growing up 'Jew-ee' in New Hampshire, and admits that she's probably a little naïve about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Sarah Silverman accuses Jerusalem authorities of sex discrimination

The taboo-busting US comic Sarah Silverman has accused the religious authorities in Jerusalem of discrimination against women after taking part in a protest at the city’s Western Wall.

Derry school wins $10K in toys and games from Hasbro

The randomly selected, grand prize-winning school, South Range Elementary in Derry, NH, is receiving $10,000 worth of toys and games that they donated to ...

Not just tolls: E-Z Pass punishes speeders in other states, NH prefers to pay troopers

'You get a couple of warnings. We don't have the power to give a ticket, but we do have to power to revoke your E-Z Pass, which we will.'

Heroin overdose nearly kills Laconia 19 year-old

LACONIA — Police are investigating the near fatal heroin overdose of a 19-year-old man on Winter Street on Wednesday afternoon.

Keene bills Pumpkin Festival $90K for services during riot

In recent years the total overtime costs for police, firefighters and department of public works staff have ranged from $76,246 to $94,557. This year, it swelled to $147,662.

2014 a big Lyme disease year in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Environmental factors and improved reporting methods led to another year of high Lyme disease totals in northern New England.


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