LATEST NEW HAMPSHIRE ANGLE
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- NHBR: Foreclosures still dog N.H. housing market
- Northeast spot gas prices jump nearly $9/MMBtu on more wintry weather
- NHBR: ACA's little-known ‘list billing’ could increase premiums of older workers
- Northeast, Mid-Atlantic states ask for pollution control from upwind states
- NH law targets bed bug infestations in rentals
- Judd Gregg: Democrats do not understand risk’s benefits
- Portsmouth Herald: An honest analysis of Port of New Hampshire needed
- Kuster co-sponsors renewable energy bill
- Methadone clinic to straddle N.H. border
- Politico - Jeanne Shaheen: NH a state where women really rule
- Concord Monitor: Another clue in the case of the senator’s loot
- Howie Carr: N.H. rep draws wrath of misogynist moonbat
- WaPo: The problem with public policy schools
- WorkingWaterfront.com - Mick Devin: Rejecting bill on 'incidental' lobster catch was right move
- Portsmouth Herald: Silence on Reams is not right
- Paul Mirengoff: Dartmouth spends 14.5% more educating 36% fewer students than Brown
- WaPo - Sean Sullivan: Why Scott Brown’s no sure bet to run for U.S. Senate from New Hampshire
- National Review - Kevin D. Williamson: Taste and Taboo, the Id and the Ick
"I think Jesus, should he have been real, would be disgusted by a lot of the people who use his name to justify things like hatred or unacceptance."
EXETER — The state has hired a wildlife control operator who began trapping a group of beavers that built a dam off Brentwood Road and caused water from Little River to spill onto nearby properties, according to town and state officials.READER COMMENTS: 0
Andy Harthcock designed and built a 20-foot-tall fractionating column so Djinn Spirits, a new company founded by Harthcock and his wife, Cindy, can make high-alcohol vodka and gin, or lower-alcohol liquors such as whiskey (no more than 160 proof) that are aged in oak casks.
Wentworth-Coolidge Commission Co-chairwoman Gene Doherty says other fundraising efforts pale compared to the $37,744 the commission raised last year at Rockingham Park.
If Maine shrank from the bigness of the day, New Hampshire embraced it, much more familiar with the NCAA playoffs and the atmosphere that can tighten nerves.READER COMMENTS: 0
Bode Miller had a great run going — a hard-charging run resembling the Miller of old — before making a big mistake near the end to finish 14th.