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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.

Complaints withdrawn on Livermore Falls settlement

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A group that had protested a $160,000 negotiated settlement between the state and Groton Wind, LLC, that would benefit the Livermore Falls project has withdrawn its complaints against the plan.

Nashua Airport divisiveness prompts request for liaison

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A Nashua aldermanic committee is not recommending the appointment of candidate Sandra Adams to fill a vacant seat on the Nashua Airport Authority.

Nashua Airport's air traffic control tower is shown on Monday.

As Nashua Airport updates rules, concerns have been raised

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Nashua Airport officials are attempting to update the facility's operational procedures, which has caused some uproar in the past several months.

GZA district office manager John Murphy stands in the lobby of GZA GeoEnvironmental's new office in Bedford, which is nearly twice the size of the firm's former office.

GZA GeoEnvironmental moves to Bedford

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Environmental and geotechnical firm GZA GeoEnvironmental has moved its base of operations in New Hampshire from Manchester to Bedford, expanding its office space and overall presence in the Granite...

As schools open, NH motorists are reminded of safety issues

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With most school districts welcoming kids back to classes this week, it's time to remind drivers to observe traffic rules regarding school buses and crossing guards.

Tariffs tabled in state energy talks

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The New England States Committee on Electricity (NESCOE) was looking for a potential vote next month.

Derry to NH: Take Exit 4A

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In a historic move for the town, councilors agreed Tuesday night to let the state manage the construction and funding of Exit 4A.

Roger Beaudoin says he’s being taxed too much by the town of Goffstown for his solar panels.

Without an exemption, Goffstown resident must pay high taxes on solar energy panels

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Resident Roger Beaudoin calls the taxes he must pay on his solar energy panels "a punishment" by the town of Goffstown.

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

The Burgess BioPower plant in Berlin.

0 NHPR: Berlin Biomass plant fully operational, but contract may cost ratepayers $125M more over 20 years

0 Portsmouth appeal of Newington's approval of Sea-3 expansion slated for Monday

0 Energy firm tries to build support for 68-mile underwater power line from Seabrook Station to Greater Boston

0 FairPoint tries to battle back in a transformed telecom market

0 Nashua firm wins $150K grant to study use of ultraviolet light to save bats from blades of wind turbines

0 Woodburn tells Northern Pass it needs to listen to public concerns

0 Power plant petitioners aim to shut down Schiller Station

0 NH Attorney General's office concerned about natural gas line through conservation easements

0 Rumford Energy customers owed $3.3 million likely to get no money in bankruptcy settlement

0 Elizabeth Warren explains her opposition to cheap clean-burning natural gas

0 Russia ships coal to America despite sanctions

0 Tar Sands demonstration attracts a few onlookers in Gorham

0 Feds see significant advantages to burying Northern Pass type power lines

0 Portsmouth leaders feel entitled to a say in Pease decisions

0 Stonyfield product takes a giant step toward edible packaging

0 Report: N.H. residents spend more on food, gasoline

0 Tycoon Lynn Tilton approves business plan to fund getting Gorham papermill back to work

0 Fire chief gives evaluation of propane danger on railway

0 Videos emerge that drive petitions against Northern Pass

0 Is there a power crisis in New Hampshire? Manchester business facing $700K thinks so

0 Amherst, Milford may be more receptive to gas pipeline than their neighbors

0 NU reports second quarter lower than 2013

0 Boom in fossil fuel exports could be used to shift cost of growing U.S. government to other nations says Concord Monitor

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