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Maxine blocks press, tells NH Dems she's 'organizing' to bring down 'deplorable' Trump
After New Hampshire Democrats blocked reporters from attending an annual picnic that Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) headlined on Sunday, Waters reportedly told attendees that she and her allies are actively "organizing" to bring down President Donald...
Date: Jul 24, 2017

Fantasy sports are now officially legal in NH
Next month, for the first time, New Hampshire residents can "legally" draft players for fantasy football leagues. Recently, Gov. Chris Sununu signed a law legalizing all fantasy sports games in the state.
Date: Jul 24, 2017

Coast Guard to enforce US pot laws on water
Smoking marijuana on a boat in federally patrolled waters remains illegal, in spite of the recent decriminalization of pot in New Hampshire and its legalization in Maine and Massachusetts, warned U.S. Coast Guard Petty Officer Andrew Barresi.
Date: Jul 24, 2017

Maxine Waters' NH cameo spurs questions
Her relentless and no-holds-barred attacks on President Trump have cemented Rep. Maxine Waters as a leader of the left's "resistance." But a planned visit to New Hampshire this weekend has some asking whether a longshot 2020 bid might even be in the...
Date: Jul 21, 2017

Gardner has chance private conversation with Trump about elections, NH primary
New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner says it was pure coincidence.
Date: Jul 21, 2017

8-month-old NH boy diagnosed with fatal genetic disease
MANCHESTER - Colton Faint is a happy 8-month-old, weighing just 11 pounds, according to his aunt, Shauna Broome. But baby Colton just got a fatal diagnosis.
Date: Jul 18, 2017

NYT debriefs Laconia officer on frontlines of opioid apocalypse
Eric Adams is a handsome, clean-­shaven man, almost 41, with a booming voice and hair clipped short enough for the military, which once was an ambition of his.
Date: Jul 13, 2017

E-ZPass' dirty little secret: New York is fleecing out-of-state subscribers

E-ZPass' dirty little secret: New York is fleecing out-of-state subscribers
A new study finds that drivers with E-ZPass tags issued by non-New York-based agencies are being charged the cash rate at New York bridges and tunnels run by the MTA, instead of receiving the E-ZPass discount.
Date: Jul 13, 2017

Rochester Fair stockholders want to sell fairgrounds to save fair

Rochester Fair stockholders want to sell fairgrounds to save fair
ROCHESTER — Stockholders representing 107 shares of the Rochester Fair voiced a consensus Tuesday night that they want their board of directors to pursue selling off a portion of the fairgrounds so the event can cover its sizable debts and...
Date: Jul 13, 2017

Prison labor shortage? 4 Belknap prisoners sent to Sullivan County

Prison labor shortage? 4 Belknap prisoners sent to Sullivan County
Belknap County Corrections Department Superintendent Keith Gray told the Belknap County Commissioners last week that the request came from Dave Berry, Sullivan County's corrections supervisor, who said that the county's community corrections program...
Date: Jul 11, 2017

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