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New Ipswich restraining order case continues against budget committee member
In court, Doyle denied lifting up the woman's shirt the first time but admitted that he "flicked" it up the second time and said "woo, woo."
Date: Feb 22, 2018

Weeks passed between Salem home sale and Azarian's resignation
SALEM, N.H. - Former selectman Gary Azarian sold his last property in Salem several weeks before he resigned from his elected positions this month - a time lapse that took the ability to elect someone to his selectman seat away from voters.
Date: Feb 22, 2018

Berlin considering ending garbage pick-up for large non-profits
Some of the larger institutional non-profits, such as the Coos County Nursing Home, White Mountains Community College, VFW Hall and the Cornerstone housing project produce a large volume of garbage, and picking up the trash can require a lot of...
Date: Feb 22, 2018

Carroll County commissioners warn of possible shutdown if they don't get cash infusion
OSSIPEE - Carroll County's commissioners are warning that a county government shutdown could happen in about a week unless local lawmakers meet and authorize them to spend money. If not, county workers might not get their paychecks March 2. The...
Date: Feb 22, 2018

Gilmanton chief alleges selectmen overstepped ordering him to provide detailed work schedules
Gilmanton Police Chief Matt Currier filed the legal action alleging the selectmen had overstepped their bounds when they ordered the chief to provide them with detailed information about the department's work schedule and other personal information...
Date: Feb 22, 2018

Four Meredith officials team up to take over leadership of public library
MEREDITH - Saying it is time for a change in leadership, a group of four town officials is seeking to win a board majority as library trustees.
Date: Feb 22, 2018

Belknap County guts drug diversion program
The Corrections Opportunity for Recovery and Education program, which emphasizes treatment rather than incarceration for prisoners with drug dependency problems, was strongly supported at a public budget hearing on Jan. 29.
Date: Feb 22, 2018

Senator pushes banning 200 specific rifles, including some made in NH

Senator pushes banning 200 specific rifles, including some made in NH
I'll tell you another [gun] that is listed in that list of over 200 rifles. It is the Sig Sauer MCX. That is the one that Omar Mateen, despite the fact that he had been on the terrorist watch list and was off, went into a gun shop and purchased that...
Date: Feb 22, 2018

Laconia High School students walk out in protest; superintendent says event wasn't school-sponsored
MEREDITH — What started with a single email turned into a mass walkout at Inter-Lakes Junior-Senior High School yesterday, as students left the school for a 17-minute rally in memory of the victims of the Valentine's Day shooting in Florida.
Date: Feb 22, 2018

NH bill looks to make public-sector union talks public record
New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu walks through a group of SEA/SEIU labor union representing public-and-private-sector workers across New Hampshire on his way to his first State of State address at the State House on Thursday, February 15, 2018.
Date: Feb 21, 2018

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