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June 08. 2014 2:40PM

Laconia's Kale Poland one of few to ever complete the Peak 500 mile Ultra Marathon

The event, which began on May 22, consists of hiking 50 circuits of a rugged 10-mile course up and down Joe's Mountain in Pittsfield, Vermont in less than 10 days.

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Carla Gericke, president, Free State Project, speaks at a rally to protest Concord Police's proposed BearCat vehicle on the Concord City Hall front steps.

Free State accounts for 26% of NH net population growth

According to Free State Project founder Jason Sorens, the database available on the FSP website does not actually catalog when movers moved, despite using the term 'mover' in the database.

Francestown: Hillbilly Weatherman is a viral hit

A few weeks ago, Adam Evans of Francestown was home with his two young boys, waiting out a snow day and messing around with his camera equipment to fill the day.

HECTOR VELEZ SR.

Former NH state rep. facing charges for possible riot involvement

Hector Velez Sr. faces two riot charges for the March baseball bat brawl involving his 19-year-old son Hector Velez Jr.

Aaron Wilknson

Maine man among 2 set to plead guilty in murder of NH teen

Foster's Daily Democrat reports that 19-year-old Zachary Pinette of Springvale, Maine, and 21-year-old Michael Tatum of Barrington, will plead guilty to second-degree murder for the stabbing death of 18-year-old Aaron Wilkinson of Madbury.

Did Kuster flip flop when voting for 'CRomnibus'?

Says she has opposed measures to weaken the Dodd-Frank Wall Street regulatory bill and campaign-finance legislation when they were offered as stand-alone bills. — Ann McLane Kuster on Tuesday, January 6th, 2015 in an interview with the Concord Monitor at her Concord office

New Hampshire's only female Catholic priest shares her struggle

On Tuesday, Franklin Pierce University hosted a showing of the documentary 'Pink Smoke Over the Vatican,' which chronicles the journey of women priests.

The littoral combat ship Pre-Commissioning Unit (PCU) Coronado (LCS 4) is rolled-out at the Austal USA assembly bay. Coronado is scheduled to be christened Jan. 14, 2012 and will undergo sea trials later this year. This is the LCS version of the future USS Manchester.

USS Manchester will be a 'Fast Frigate' says Navy in effort to dull criticism of Littoral Combat Ship program

'It will still be the same ship, the same program of record, just with an appropriate and traditional name.'

Army says 'No Chance' it would ever save the A-10s from scrap yard

Given the choice between adopting the A-10 fighter jets to his branch of the military and resigning them to the scrap yard, Army Sec. John McHugh thinks the choice is obvious.

Dartmouth Greeks agree to evict fraternity brothers found guilty of sexual misconduct

The Greek Leadership Council adopted a new, stricter sexual assault policy, GLC moderator Alistair Glover ’15 said Wednesday night, that will immediately remove any member of a Greek house from their house upon a finding of responsibility in any sexual misconduct proceedings by the Committee on Standards.

GEORGE BALD

Bald back as Pease Tradeport leader

PORTSMOUTH — When George Bald oversees his first meeting as chairman of the Pease Development Authority's board of directors in April, it will be like he's coming home.

Arbo Ministries seeks exemption from GIlford property tax on religious grounds

GILFORD — Arbo Ministries International of Texas filed an application early this month for a religious property tax exemption for one of the two town properties it owns.

Cate Street, GNP owe Millinocket $1.49M in taxes

MILLINOCKET, Maine — The corporations that bought and sold the last paper machine in Millinocket owe $1.49 million in late tax payments to the town and are seeking a $380,000 tax break, officials said this week.

Sixth Annual NHMS Speedway Star set contest ready to accept entries

New Hampshire Motor Speedway is in search of New England’s top vocalists in what is sure to be the most competitive and exciting competition to date.

From left: Brothers Zach and Josh Harvey of Lamassu with their bitcoin ATM, which dispenses virtual currency that exists only on the Internet.

Zach Harvey the man behind the Bitcoin ATM

Two years ago, he and his brother Josh created an ATM for Bitcoin, an increasingly accepted alternative currency that is strictly digital. The ATM allows people to turn cash into Bitcoin,

Police say woman jumped from car going 45 mph

GILMANTON — Police have determined that an unidentified Manchester woman jumped from a moving car Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. on Rte. 107.

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