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September 18. 2013 11:54AM

Nashua Telegraph: The cost of doing the public’s business in NH

The legislative pay structure means most of us cannot afford to serve at all. As a result, the membership is made up of the well-to-do and retired in numbers disproportionate to the general population.



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The New Yorker: The pursuit of beauty - Yitang Zhang solves a pure-math mystery

Last year, neuroscientists in Great Britain discovered that the same part of the brain that is activated by art and music was activated in the brains of mathematicians when they looked at math they regarded as beautiful.

Long journey to Puppy Bowl XI begin in San Antonio, led to NH

Fate continued to smile kindly on the dogs after Alamo Rescue Friends partnered with the Humane Society for Greater Nashua, a New Hampshire-based receiving shelter for cats and dogs, which also casts puppies in the Puppy Bowl.

New England ski resorts shout 'Hallelujah' for storm

;This is kind of what we live for,; said Jamie Cobbett, marketing event manager at Waterville Valley in New Hampshire.

Manchester Uber Driver: We're held to a higher standard than taxis

The ride-sharing service Uber has been at the center of debate and controversy in several New Hampshire cities the past several months.

Lebanon realtor says bridge would reunite community split by I-89

A state-owned pedestrian bridge over the highway now carries foot traffic between the street’s two sections, including students from downtown Lebanon who can walk to Lebanon High School and Hanover Street School.

Nashua considering bus runs to Lowell commuter station, Manchester airport to ease Route 3 commute

NASHUA – The city would like to run a dedicated bus route to the train station in Lowell, Mass. to help ease the long slog …

NH analyst says Musk settlement with Air Force only preserves 'corrupt bidding process'

'If a win for SpaceX is defined as breaking up the block buy and exposing a corrupt bidding process, then from a legal standpoint, this was a loss,' said Michael Listner, an attorney and principal at Space Law & Policy Solutions in Rochester, New Hampshire.

Fat tires, fat bikes, a growing fad among N.H. outdoor enthusiasts

The fat tires are what you’d remember, the distinct feature of fat bikes, a growing fad among New Hampshire’s outdoor enthusiasts.


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