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March 27. 2013 12:10PM

Blue Loon bus system suspending flex routes

TAMWORTH — The Blue Loon is suspending its "flex routes" that run between Conway and Wolfeboro because of lack of ridership and funding. The suspension will be implemented on Friday evening and will last until further notice.


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Sytek: Parole board members rely too much on their personal experiences, make inconsistent decisions

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NH man takes prominent role with armed activists at Nevada ranch

Jerry DeLemus said he didn’t travel nearly 3,000 miles to start a war against the federal government, but, as the Rochester native continues his stay …

How U.S. agents baited Romanian crooks after Subway in NH hacked

In the agency’s four-agent Manchester, New Hampshire, office, he juggled five or six cases at a time. None were as big as what became known as the “Subway case.”

Family of boy injured at Loon in collision loses challenge to NH law immunizing ski areas

Those injuries arose from an on-trail collision between the boy and a Loon Mountain employee who, the plaintiffs allege, “ducked under a rope marking a permanently closed section of the trail” immediately before the collision.

Court rules couple can sue Bob's Discount Furniture over automated calls regarding delivery

In Count I, the Lamonts claim that BDF violated the TCPA by making automated calls to their cellular telephones without their express permission.

Nicaragua arrests man for strangling UNH graduate over camera

National Police official Glenda Zavala said Fernando Aburto Reyes told investigators he strangled 37-year-old Karen Colclough and stole her camera.

Carroll County commission recessed indefinitely over theft accusation

In the letter, allegedly written by Kenney and received via email, it states, "While he [Sorensen] ignores real issues such as his own misuse of county credit card when his own personal credit card was not working, he attempts to distract the public with pathetic name calling and smear tactics that are empty of truth or real evidence."

Town attorney tells Milton officials to let family living in car back into home

Neal said Wednesday she was informed by Boyers he had taken the signs down on the orders of the town attorney.

NH cities stumble in Great Bay estuary spat

Three New Hampshire cities failed to repair unsuccessful claims regarding the inclusion of the Great Bay Estuary on a list of impaired waters, a federal judge ruled.

Entergy proposes eliminating emergency planning zone after Vermont Yankee shuts down

The zone, which includes portions of Northfield, Bernardston, Gill, Greenfield, Leyden, Colrain, and Warwick in Massachusetts as well as 11 towns in Vermont and New Hampshire, is no longer needed, Christopher J. Wamser , the nuclear operations site vice president for Entergy, wrote in the company’s formal request to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for exemption.

Massachusetts Air National Guard denies noise in Keene area was sonic boom

Amid fighter jet training exercises by the 104th Fighter Wing Massachusetts Air National Guard, a loud boom was heard and felt around the Monadnock Region Wednesday shortly after 2 p.m.

Woman found dead, husband in distress after Maine police get concerned call from NH friend

The sheriff’s department was called when a friend from New Hampshire telephoned to report that she had been unable to contact the couple for a week.

Insurance industry says NH has nation's 3rd safest roads

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Body of Sunapee man missing since February recovered at Vt. dam

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WaPo: Dartmouth College president: School’s ‘promise is being hijacked by extreme behavior’

Philip J. Hanlon, president of Dartmouth College, delivered a speech Wednesday night in which he said that the elite Ivy League school’s promise “is being hijacked by extreme behavior, masked by its perpetrators as acceptable fun.”

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