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EDITORIAL
Guess the American public is not too concerned about gas guzzlers killing the planet.
JOHN STOSSEL
Must government build our infrastructure?
KATHY SULLIVAN
As the region's governors meet in our beautiful mountains, hopefully they will pay attention to the host of this year's conference, Gov. Maggie Hassan, who has been outspoken in her insistence that...
EDITORIAL
Clearly, those of us who insist there is no such thing as a free lunch have been wrong all these years.
JAMES T. BRETT
We won't grow as much if we ignore our transportation infrastructure.
SCOTT BROWN
For those of us who live in the Northeast, a big expense is the price of energy, whether to heat our homes, run our businesses or fuel our cars and trucks.

Developer says proposed LNG plant in Groveton 'on hold'

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Plans to build a $100 million liquefied-natural gas (LNG) production plant in Groveton Village are on “hold,” according to the developer, Clear Energy of Marlborough, Mass.

Lundberg survey says gas prices fall as refinery output rises

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U.S. refineries are flexing their muscles and helping lower gasoline prices in the middle of the peak driving season.

Amtrak Downeaster service delayed due to 'incident'

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The Amtrak Downeaster train service was delayed Wednesday night because of an "incident" in Maine, the train service said in a post on its website.

By a show of cards, Peterborough voters unanimously approve the construction of what will be the state's largest solar array.

Peterborough OKs state's largest solar array project

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Within 30 minutes of the start of the Special Town Meeting at the Town House Tuesday night voters were cheering and applauding their unanimous vote that okayed construction of what will be the...

Despite damage to roads, FEMA is not an option in Winchester

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It's too early to know the cost to repair the destruction caused to roads by heavy rains July 15, but it is known that the costs will not reach the $1.8 million threshold for Federal Emergency...

All U.S. airlines ordered to stop flying to Tel Aviv

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The Federal Aviation Administration has prohibited U.S. airlines from flying to or from Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport after a rocket strike was reported one mile from the Israeli airport Tuesday...

Settlement reached between Groton Wind and state AG's office

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The Spanish company that built the 24-turbine Groton Wind facility has reached a settlement agreement with the Attorney General's office that resolves the plant's issues with the Attorney General,...

Solutions sought in rectifying traffic backups in Meredith

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There is hope, once again, for a solution to the downtown Meredith traffic problem that often results in backups on both sides of the downtown intersection for miles.

 NH Angle
Links to news and happenings around the world with a Granite State connection updated daily.

0 Members of Congress concerned propane rail shipments threaten Great Bay

0 Disgraced NH oil dealer sentenced for Montana fraud, must pay $6.5M in restitution

0 Portsmouth mayor tired of waiting for a response from Hassan regarding Sea-3 propane project

0 Separate civil case against Rymes Propane & Oil moves forward in state court for selling fuel too cheap

0 Maine city fights plan to use pipeline that crosses NH to export oil sands crude

0 Peterborough holding special meeting to vote on what would be state's largest solar array

0 PSNH, conservation groups may be close to compromise on Northern Pass

0 Wind farm company reps met by small army of protestors

0 PSNH undertaking $12 million upgrade in Berlin

0 PSNH customers trickled to competitors during spring months

0 Hungry NH power plant turns to Russia for coal shipment

0 Mascoma confirms strategy shift, outlines plans for technology

0 Pan Am official: Rail 'quiet zones' Portsmouth would like are a safety hazard

0 Eastern Canadian premiers And New England governors meet amid energy protests

0 Star Island seeks to go solar, serve as energy example

0 Durham police link PSNH impostor's ploy to bomb scare scam

0 Liberty Utilities interested in buying N.H. Gas Corporation in Keene

0 DOE surveying Concord roadways along Northern Pass route

0 Charlestown loses appeal to have TransCanada property removed from current use

0 PSNH president eyes energy crunch

0 Historic wooden penstock to Gorham dam to be replaced

0 Engineers hired by Beaver Brook Association present alternate pipeline routes through Hollis, Brookline

0 Segway inventor Dean Kamen thinks his new Stirling engine will get you off the grid for under $10K

0 Thermogen wood pellet plant loses $20M investment

0 Federal regulatory agency delays ISO New England energy rate auction as questions loom

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