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January 31. 2013 1:45PM

NH Bureau of Securities Regulations probe seeks $2.4M from ex-leader of Bedford firm

New Hampshire’s Bureau of Securities is seeking $2.4 million from Nicholas B. Rowe, who ran Bedford, N.H.-based RIA Focus Capital Wealth Management Inc. Rowe was a founding investor in RedBlack Software and was one of the initial five managers of the LLC.



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Assault victim wants NH to deny fishing and hunting licenses to sex offenders

CONCORD - A Marlborough woman told her story Wednesday of sexual abuse by a hunter in an effort to convince lawmakers to close a loophole and revoke the hunting/fishing license of any offender.

Clinton campaign admits people Hillary is meeting at NH campaign stops are plants

Palmieri went on to say that recruiting Democrats for early campaign stops is essential to building a solid, Clinton base in early caucus and primary states.

Balsams developer: Hydroelectric operator shouldn't be compensated for water used to make snow

They also estimate that approximately 85 percent of the water will return to the Androscoggin watershed, with the remainder flowing into the Connecticut River watershed.

Sex and the cities: Manchester ranks near bottom of sexually satisfied U.S. cities, yet Portland and Burlington even worse

The magazine ranked 100 American cities on a host of criteria. Acknowledging that 'without surveillance equipment it's impossible to know precisely how much sex people are having' they found other ways, chiefly to look at data on birth rates in each city, condom sales, sex toy sales and the rates of infection of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).

Finally, someone wrote a hardcore rap song about documentarian Ken Burns

After 30 years of making films, harnessing the power of zooming in on old photos and NOT being the subject of a hardcore rap video, Skootch Comedy has given Burns the tribute he so obviously needed.

Portsmouth cabbie convicted for driving infractions for trying to run competitor off road

A cab driver for Portsmouth Taxi was found guilty of two moving violations related to allegations that he tried to run a competing cabbie off the road last year.

Police investigate anti-semitic graffiti at two properties in New Hampshire

After following footprints discovered at the property, police discovered that a second property at Hemlock Avenue has also been vandalized with the words 'Jews live here' and other hate words.

Guinta backs bill to deny Americans right to slaughter or export horses for meat

Federal lawmakers today introduced legislation to prevent the establishment of horse slaughter operations within the U.S., end the current export of American horses for slaughter abroad, and protect the public from consuming toxic horse meat.

Model for Normal Rockwell's iconic '1943 Rosie the Riveter' painting dies at 92, lived in Nashua

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Mary Doyle Keefe, the model for Norman Rockwell's iconic 1943 Rosie the Riveter painting that symbolized the millions of American women who went to work on the home front during World War II, has died. She was 92.

Nevada schools deliver ultimatum to NH student testing firm over computer glitches

The notice requires New Hampshire-based Measured Progress to fix the glitches and deliver a working system within 15 days or risk the department terminating .

ABC: Bill Clinton cashed in when Hillary became secretary of state

After his wife became Secretary of State, former President Bill Clinton began to collect speaking fees that often doubled or tripled what he had been charging earlier in his post White House years, bringing in millions of dollars from groups that included several with interests pending before the State Department.

Colorado lawmakers want bigger role in 2016 presidential election

The legislation would require the governor to set the date in accordance with national Democratic and Republican party nominating rules — making clear that Colorado won't jump the much-protected early status of states such as Iowa and New Hampshire and face penalties.

Hey Gov. Christie, how about a selfie?

Whether it was walking the streets of Manchester, N.H., visiting a pizza shop or during a business expo, Gov. Chris Christie was inundated by one question: Can I take selfie with you?

Byrne asks lawmakers for continued support of USS Manchester builder Austal

Up until February, questions loomed about the littoral combat ship's lethality and survivability if it was ever engaged in battle.

Nobody shows for Dover $62M budget public hearing

'It happens all the time,' Councilor Anthony McManus said afterward. 'We're talking about millions of dollars here, and nobody seems to care.'

Emily's List shill says Rand Paul’s ‘sexist’ remark might not play well in New Hampshire

Minimizing the importance of women running for office in a state that has a woman governor and two women senators, and where—before this last election cycle—every single person representing that state in Congress was a woman, might turn out not be the best move.

Meyer Burger announces settlement agreement with GT Advanced Technologies

Meyer Burger was a supplier of industrial diamond wire saws and diamond wire materials to GTAT for the precision cutting of sapphire.

Journalist David Brooks to speak at 2015 Dartmouth commencement

Conservative political and social critic David Brooks, who pens a regular column for the New York Times, will serve as this year’s commencement speaker in June.

UNH researchers make oystering breakthrough

The new patent-pending detection method — which is available for immediate use to identify contaminated shellfish — is a significant advance in efforts to identify shellfish harboring disease-carrying strains of Vibrio parahaemolyticus.

Bedford girl places second in 2015 National Junior Duck Stamp Program

Isabelle Kapoian, 16, of Bedford, New Hampshire was second with an oil painting depicting a tundra swan.


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