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April 11. 2013 1:04PM

Unitil seeks $2.3M more from ratepayers over Hurricane Sandy

The filing raises, inter alia, issues related to whether the costs incurred by UES in connection with Hurricane Sandy were prudently incurred; whether it is just and reasonable to allow UES to recover $2,357,832 from ratepayers, and wh ether pursuant to RSA 378:7 the resulting rates are just and reasonable.



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As Hillary's White House redux implodes, Democrats scramble for alternative

Democratic activists in early presidential nominating states say that new controversies swirling around Hillary Rodham Clinton have made them more eager than ever for alternatives in 2016.

Ted Cruz's cannabis conversion reflects the political prudence of marijuana federalism

'If the citizens of Colorado decide they want to go down that road, that’s their prerogative. I personally don’t agree with it, but that’s their right.'

NH1 News Investigates: Buying your vote? A barely-legal fundraising scheme

NH1 News Investigates uncovered a campaign finance web in which the sponsors pushed the envelope of N.H. law to direct the money and keep a bundling strategy under the radar.

WWII's secret battle in the woods

Four hundred delegates from 77 countries spent three weeks negotiating with one another in rural New Hampshire and created the International Monetary Fund and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (later the World Bank), and established the dollar as the global reserve currency.

Burchell charged colleagues are 'apologists for failed system'

LACONIA — The two Belknap County Commissioners who voted Monday to oust Richard Burchell of Gilmanton as chairman have defended themselves against charges made in a written statement he distributed to members of the Belknap County Convention last month.

N.H. government employees receive raises, improved benefits

The contract features 2 percent raises each of the next two years and better dental and life insurance benefits.

Berlin takes another shot at passing cost of four firefighters on to federal taxpayers

If the new firefighters are post 9/11 military veterans, Trull said the grant allow for full funding for three years instead of two.

Clock ticking on comment period for Appalachian Mountain Club dam licensing

Deadline for filing motions to intervene and protests, comments, terms and conditions, recommendations, and prescriptions: 30 days from the issuance date of this notice; reply comments are due 45 days from the issuance date of this notice.

New Gilford recording studio a co-op

GILFORD — With the opening of the Recording Co-Op, four musicians with a bundle of talents, breadth of vision and array of ambitions have embarked on turning a horse barn on Cherry Valley Road into a rustic echo of Tin Pan Alley.

Bystander's quick action saves woman choking on hot dog

Robin Wasilenko says fate brought Jesse Hill to her rescue when she was choking to death on a hot dog.

CSM: NH does well in national ranking of best states for working women

It was New Hampshire who had the top slot in lowest percentage of women living in poverty.

Berlin woman files for federal compensation for injury from a vaccine

The Program provides a system of no-fault compensation for certain individuals who have been injured by specified childhood vaccines.

NH sex offender cuts own throat in Conn. after allegedly caught in act of rape

Officers at gunpoint confronted the suspect, whose name was not released, however police said he is a convicted sex offender in three states, including Connecticut, New Hampshire and Florida.

Sarah Silverman turned down 'Mad Men' role

Comedienne Sarah Silverman turned down the chance to star in hit U.S. TV drama 'Mad Men.'

Phillips Exeter teacher Willie Perdomo 'Ode To El Barrio' up for national award

'I'm really happy for the book, even more happy for my uncle (Pedro) and I wish that he was around to come to the readings with me.'

Former member of The Queers dies

KITTERY, Maine — Scott Gildersleeve, AKA Tulu Titmouse, 56, a former drummer and bassist for the punk rock band The Queers, recently died at home in Kittery, according to close friends.

The northbound lanes of Interstate 295 were shut down for much of the morning commute because of an accident at mile 8, according to the Maine Department of Transportation.

NH man charged after crushed vehicles fall onto I-295

The northbound lanes of Interstate 295 were shut down for much of the morning commute because of an accident at mile 8, according to the Maine Department of Transportation.

Police probe 'suicide pact' in Massachusetts, New Hampshire

WINTHROP, Mass. — Police are investigating what they're calling a 'suicide pact' involving students at schools in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

Police Chief Ryan Heath asks resident Jeffrey T. Clay to stop disrupting the Feb.3 selectman's meeting. Heath arrested Clay moments after for disorderly conduct.

Since arrest at town hall, Alton man claims intimidation by selectmen continues

CHICHESTER — The Alton man who was arrested in early February for telling the Alton selectmen they should resign went on the record earlier his week about his opinion about what happened to him. Jeffrey Clay, who has retained the Sisti Law Group to represent him…

Huge NH pit bull a gentle giant, plays with owner's toddler son

Breeders Marlon and Lisa Grennan say super-sized dog is 100 per cent trusted with young son despite fact he could snap arm 'like a toothpick'


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