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May 21. 2014 4:00PM

Chip Kelly targets college graduates for Eagles

Chip Kelly of the Philadelphia Eagles is not typical. The head coach is never afraid to think outside the box, and he has brought that type of thinking to his drafting process. This year, Kelly and general manager Howie Roseman executed their draft plan with college graduates in mind, according to Kevin Clark of the Wall Street Journal.



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Mother, children hide in bedroom as man breaks into home

PORTSMOUTH — After a stranger walked into her home Monday night, said he had a gun and threatened to shoot, Mariah Modern and her two children locked themselves in a bedroom, called police and waited for help.

Off-duty captain calls in fire, gets woman out of burning building

DOVER — Firefighters from across the region responded to a two-alarm blaze Tuesday afternoon that damaged a Dover Point home.

Nashua board sends panhandling ordinance to committee

NASHUA -- Residents spoke out on both sides of a proposed ordinance that would thwart panhandling by barring pedestrians from accepting or exchanging items with motorists in a public way.

In New Hampshire poll Christie tied for 4th behind 'Unsure'

A new poll of New Hampshire voters has Gov. Christie tied for fourth place in the Republican field, behind "unsure."

NH employers face legal uncertainty over seasonal worker visas

New Hampshire employers that employ seasonal workers from other countries could be finding themselves with job openings this summer.

Town, UNH issue request for development of former ATO site

DURHAM -- After months of discussion, the University of New Hampshire and the town have issued a request for proposals for the redevelopment of the former Alpha Tau Omega fraternity site on Main Street.

Portsmouth firefighters concerned about toxin exposure

City firefighter and union president Russ Osgood pushed for the Commission to "develop a clear plan to notify and test employees, both past and present," who have been exposed to contaminated water at the Pease International Tradeport.

Brian Baldizar named PHS principal

PORTSMOUTH — The School Board named a new high school principal Tuesday night at its meeting, while also discussing potential changes to the school schedule for the upcoming year to accommodate renovations at Little Harbour Elementary School.

Woman who left heroin, fentanyl near children faces charges

ROCHESTER — A Gonic woman who allegedly left heroin and fentanyl within reach of her children is facing multiple charges at Strafford County Superior Court.

NH TV station dreams of drones

As is the case with many new technologies, the military establishes the usefulness of it and the US civilian population sees non-military applications. Such is the case with drones, and WMUR-TV Manchester NH would like to use them for newsgathering.

Man charged with stealing union money

A Grafton County grand jury has indicted a Wolfeboro man for stealing money from a bank account belonging to a union that represents county workers.

Wild sign New Hampshire leading scorer Downing

Minnesota has inked collegiate free agent Grayson Downing to a two-year, entry-level deal, the club announced Tuesday night.

Woman indicted for providing heroin in man's fatal overdose

ROCHESTER — A Gonic woman is facing life in prison for allegedly giving heroin to a person who overdosed and died last summer.

$2,200,000 Homes in Chicago, Colorado and New Hampshire

This house is on 326 acres of gardens and meadow at the top of Bald Sunapee Mountain, with long views of a valley.


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