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April 11. 2013 12:59PM

Gift of 28 Red Sox tickets freezes Interlakes School Board at the plate

The gift of the Red Sox tickets came from Inter-Lakes High School alumnus Scott Schoenbauer. Board member Carol Baggaley said she wanted to ensure that the process of allocating the tickets would be fair.

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Sarah Silverman @Joan_Rivers: 'You're being ridiculous'

Sarah Silverman: We have a gig in 2 weeks and I'm not doing it without you YOU'RE BEING RIDICULOUS

Globe: Arthur T. says Market Basket will move forward with new store plans

Over the course of the last year, a sign of the bubbling tension at Market Basket has been evident in Revere, Attleboro, and Waltham: Completed stores standing unused in the first two locales, and a period of stalled construction on a planned Waltham store.

Salon: UNH researchers question logic of criminalizing teen sexting

They questioned whether such a thing should be criminalized at all; after all, it’s not illegal for two 17-year-olds to have sex. So should it be illegal to send a topless photo to the other?

Hampstead's new assistant principal placed on leave

The Hampstead School District has placed middle school assistant principal Jacqueline Capello on administrative leave after allegations from a previous job surfaced.

NH better than average in gender equality metrics

Other New England states ranked under 20, with Maine in the number four spot, Vermont at number 11, and New Hampshire and Arizona tied at 16.

Mother Jones attacks Innis for ties to philanthropist who donated $25M to UNH

'Dan's a friend,' says Peter T. Paul, who lives in California. Paul is an alumnus of the University of New Hampshire, and he met Innis through his UNH philanthropy.

NH in top 10 for income growth, but only middle of the road in comparative wealth

BEA also calculated how much each state gained in real per capita income between 2008 and 2012. You can make of this what you will, but the top ten, in order, were North Dakota (with a whopping 23% increase), West Virginia, Mississippi, Ohio, Rhode Island, Montana, Arkansas, South Dakota, Tennessee and New Hampshire.

Ex-Exeter coach faces trial for allegedly bilking $1M from widows

EXETER — A former local businessman and former high school hockey coach accused of financial fraud may finally face trial this fall.

Everybody out: Manchester self-storage renters displaced by property developers

Labor Day was one of the last days customers had to move their stuff out of Extra Space Storage, a self-storage facility in Manchester.

NH firm's sapphire screen for new iPhone may be $100 upgrade says analyst

Tim Bajarin, an independent analyst with Creative Strategies, says sapphire is very expensive to produce, and will add $100 to the cost of the new iPhone.

Clarksville man killed in milk tanker rollover in Lunenburg, Vt.

Police said the tractor trailer carrying milk overturned as it went around the sharp right-hand corner with an incline.

Hudson family, classmates working to keep Alvirne soccer standout Raul Stedile in U.S.

Raul Stedile was an honor roll student and one of the state’s premier midfielders on the pitch during the 2013-14 school year.

Israel unrest moves meet for NH swim star

Then, a war broke out between Israel and Hamas, a military wing of the Palestinian Authority. Mitchell, a teenager from a New Hampshire town of 1,650, got caught up in a Middle East conflict, even though she was halfway across the world.

'The Hunt' features missing Whitefield women who disappeared with daughter

Mary Nunes grew up in Whitefield, New Hampshire, between two feuding parents, Genevieve San Martin and Mark Nunes, who divorced in 1998 when Mary was just 2 years old.

Center Conway man charged with rape of woman in Fryeburg, Maine

According to an arrest affidavit signed by Fryeburg police officer Michelle Legare, the charge stems from an attack on a sleeping woman in Fryeburg in late July 2013.

.22 ammo shortage mystery -- solved!

'People walk into the store, they don't see as much as they want so they take everything they can get. The next guy who comes in can't get anything, so he panics.'

Segway pegs hope for business in India on tech-savvy Modi

The company hopes that the government will recognise the battery-run two-wheeler as a green vehicle, a move that could spur sales of the expensive device in a country where many people today cannot afford it.

Will Bitcoin continue slide despite positive data?

After breaking through the $500 mark in the downward direction, the Bitcoin (BTC-eUSD) price stumbled to the $470 and is just bouncing back.

State of the Unions: For Vt. and NH workers, good news and reasons for concern

The state of the blue-collar worker in Vermont and New Hampshire — the wage earner who long has identified him- and herself with the middle class — is, from their perspective, one of both gains and losses.

NH environmental officials to study erosion along Mascoma River

LEBANON, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire environmental officials will be walking and floating between Mascoma Lake and the Connecticut River this month to gather information about erosion.

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