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When college students riot.
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Shaheen desperately spins her Obamacare vote.
PAT BUCHANAN
Politics prevents a good response to Ebola
BY WAYNE F. LESPERANCE JR.
A political science professor examines the GOP's chances of victory in 2014.
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Maggie Hassan and state health officials apparently have learned little from the federal trainwreck that has been the Obama administration's response to Ebola.
BY CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER
Getting the Ebola policy right.
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Prior restraint on parties? No way, Keene.

Alderman, chief have heated exchange over police residency requirements

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A discussion of residency requirements for city police was brought to an abrupt halt at Tuesday's aldermanic meeting after tempers flared between Alderman-At-Large Joe Kelly Levasseur and Police...

An estimated 1,300 guardrail ends manufactured by Trinity Highway are installed on highways around New Hampshire. The units, which are installed in all 50 states, are the subject of a $175 million verdict issued against the company Monday by a federal jury  in Texas.

NH has 1,300 guardrail ends targeted in federal safety suit

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Department of Transportation Commissioner Chris Clement told the House Public Works Committee on Tuesday the suspect Trinity ET-Plus pieces will no longer be installed on guardrail projects in New...

Nashua board questions alcohol sales at performances at auditorium in middle school

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The Board of Education wants more information and opinions on whether serving wine and beer at arts performances at Keefe Auditorium at Elm Street Middle School will be a benefit or a potential...

Dan Dugan, a 13-year-old Seabrook Middle School student, still awaits enterovirus EV-D68 test results and remains unable to walk on his own.

Father says Seabrook teen may be confined to wheelchair due to effects of enterovirus

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The father of Dan Dugan, the 13-year old who has been hospitalized for more than two weeks after flu symptoms turned into paralysis, said his son may be permanently bound to a wheelchair.

Landsedeal

Neighbor won't be charged in shooting death of Rumney chiropractor

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David Landseadel, 48, of Rumney, was unarmed when his neighbor Edward Healey, 61, shot him in the head during a confrontation last June, killing him instantly. Healey will not be charged in the...

Manchester mayor asks aldermen to hold abandonded property owners accountable

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Mayor Ted Gatsas prevailed on the Board of Aldermen on Tuesday to take a tougher tack against the owners of abandoned properties in the city.

Carignan promoted to deputy police chief in Nashua

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In addition to a new deputy police chief, the Nashua Police Department promoted 12 members of its force this week.

Winter heating season means homeowners need to be alert

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Auburn Fire Department Capt. James Saulnier says when it comes to staying safe during the winter months, a little common sense goes a long way.

Teen driver hospitalized following accident in Rindge

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A 16-year-old driver was hospitalized after being ejected from a car on Perry Road on Tuesday morning.

U.S. to funnel travelers from Ebola-hit region through 5 airports

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The United States ratcheted up its safeguards against Ebola on Tuesday, requiring travelers from three countries at the center of an epidemic in West Africa to fly into one of five major airports...

More than 800 Keene State College students gathered Monday night for a forum about the Saturday riots on campus.

Keene State College holds student forum on pumpkin riot

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More than 800 Keene State College students and staff crowded into a hall in the Young Student Center for the forum about the riots that took place both on campus and in the neighborhood surrounding...

Despite contract provisions, most Manchester police officers live outside city

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Approximately 70 percent of Manchester's police force lives outside the city, despite provisions in union contracts stating that no more than 50 percent of officers and no more than 40 percent of...

Members of A Londonderry Emergency Response Team (ALERT) celebrated the organization’s 10th anniversary during an open house at the Londonderry Police Station on Oct. 16.

0 Londonderry response team celebrates 10th anniversary

0 Bedford woman injured when tree falls on her

8 Keene police working to identify rioters, notify other colleges of students' participation

11 Keene State College students clean up after mayhem, say weekend riots were not their fault

4 Weare shakes its head at police department saga

8 College president, Gov. Hassan promise to punish those involved in Keene riots

0 KSC graduate in town says he aided a wounded party-goer

0 American Ambulance Service gets accreditation from industry group

0 Londonderry man killed in I-495 off-ramp crash identified

0 Clarksville man accidentally shoots himself

0 48 set to be cleared after Ebola monitoring

0 Londonderry man killed in cycle crash

19 Police say party near Keene State got out of control, became 'mass casualty incident'

1 Canaan man dies after vehicle falls on him

2 KSC president 'saddened and disheartened' at Pumpkin Festival mayhem

0 No arrests in Manchester SWAT incident

4 Obama names Ebola 'czar'; death toll rises in West Africa

0 Fire at Swanzey dog kennels destroys barn

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

0 Portsmouth may expand Webber investigation

0 Gilmanton man faces third DWI charge this year

0 Another Portsmouth police officer's inheritance fingered by embattled officer's lawyer

0 Video of reporter vs. Keene Pumpkin Festival organizer goes viral

0 NHPR Audio: Is party company 'FinnaRage' to blame for Keene riots?

0 How John Oliver predicted the New Hampshire pumpkin riots

0 Keene Sentinel: It's time for a Pumpkin Festival time out

0 Exclusive - Scott Brown: Obama's efforts to grant executive amnesty 'makes no sense'

0 ‘The Dartmouth’ calls for end to Greek fraternities

0 WaPo - Mark Berman: We need to talk about pumpkin-related violence in this country

0 The Dartmouth: Verbum Ultimum - Abolish the Greek System

0 Keene Sentinel - Paul Miller: Surreal Saturday gives way to new, real challenge

0 Portsmouth mayor tells governor of concerns regarding recent train derailments

0 DA clears Salisbury police officers in fatal shooting

0 Rindge: Street sign damages cruiser

0 Arbitrator’s ruling details Weare officer’s contested departure

0 Some concerned about company bringing concert to Keene during Pumpkin Festival

0 Four NH towns tested for MTBE

1 Poll: Support grows for legalizing marijuana in NH

0 Woman who apparently jumped from Cathedral Ledge was from Freedom

0 Face of medical marijuana advocacy dies amid state foot-dragging

0 NonProfitQuarterly.com: VT Attorney General demands that a board of NH-funded nonprofit resign — Why?

0 Ships flying west African flags create fear and confusion in Port of New Hampshire

0 UNH research behind NFL crackdown on non-standard facemasks

0 Merrimack firm wins patent for gun safety device that in no ways infringes 2nd Amendment

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