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April 16. 2013 11:57AM

Lorraine Skaltsis bankruptcy case continues today

Lorraine Skaltsis owes almost $2 million in liabilities to at least 49 creditors, including banks, investors and various businesses, according to court documents. Her assets sit at just under $200,000 and according to court documents, she has no current income.



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NH hockey team moving to Maine could be worth at least $1 million in economic activity say city officials

The New Hampshire Fighting Spirit announced that they will be relocating to the Androscoggin Bank Colisee in Lewiston next year.

Keene official critical of PSNH trimming to protect lines claiming some of town's finest trees

Allen said many homeowners ask PSNH to take down the entire tree when arborists contact them about trimming.

Portsmouth seniors complain about city parking crackdown

A longtime, though unofficial, policy had allowed seniors to park for free without facing violations for staying over the time limit. Recent warnings left on these handicapped-marked cars (with no fines attached) had signaled the days of free parking were ending.

Hampton coughs $57K to cut loose fire chief on $1,830/week paid leave since Sept.

HAMPTON — Chris Silver has been terminated from his position as fire chief for the town of Hampton, according to financial information received by the Hampton Union.

Bottomline Technologies Inc. (EPAY) hits new 52-week low

Falling to a new 52-week low is never fun for company's shareholder, but, depending on who you ask, it can be either a buy or a sell signal.

State official teach businesses how to benefit from titanic federal spending

Every year the federal government buys about $400 billion worth of goods and services including about $1.9 billion from New Hampshire. But there are many missed opportunities because doing business with the government is complex and can be confusing, says David Pease, who heads up the New Hampshire Procurement Technical Assistance Program.

Gorham Paper and Tissue removes fires CEO

GORHAM – After 18 months at the helm, Mike Cummings has been let go as CEO of Gorham Paper and Tissue.
Still Cummings said the mill was not consistently profitable and said the high cost of natural gas in the winter months makes it hard for any paper mill in New England to be profitable during the winter months. Prices are lower right now and the mill can also burn No. 2 fuel oil but the long term forecast points to continued high energy prices.

Study calls for $500M for NH airport improvements

Rick Lucas, the project planner for McFarland Johnson of Concord, the consultants who the state hired to do the project, said the project is included in phase one of the study’s 20-year, $500 million proposed airport improvement plan.

WSJ: New Hampshire businessman files to set up rare new bank

Bill Greiner is fed up with banks. But instead of quietly seething or complaining to customer service, the 48-year-old is taking a more radical appraoch: He is trying to launch his own lender.

3D printed front paws for NH pooch

Derby was taken in by Peace and Paws Dog Rescue, a non-profit dog shelter with a no kill policy in New Hampshire.

Michigan man fights $9,300 bill for rescue from NH mountain

Edward Bacon, 59, was on a five-day solo hike in the White Mountain, when he dislocated his hip and had to be rescued from Fraconia Ridge.

Gilford police arrest 2 men found lying in snow next to vacant house

GILFORD — Police responding to a late Saturday night report of a suspicious vehicle on Cherry Valley Road, near the Alton town line, arrested two men for prowling.

Series of violent incidents leads to crackdown on homeless community

Timothy O’Malley’s first glimpse of the homeless encampment behind Everett Arena came a decade ago, as a Concord police detective.

Overall homeless count down in New Hampshire, up for veterans, chronically homeless

MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — A report on homelessness says New Hampshire's overall homeless population has decreased by 3 percent, but says there's been an increase among veterans and chronic cases.

Politicians have to claim their digital turf before the trolls do

This a growing trend in politics - friends or opponents of a political figure using website domain names or Twitter and Facebook profiles to weigh in on that figure.

Berlin asks Uncle Sam to put another $275K Bearcat on taxpayer's credit card citing terror threat

A resolution before the council to accept the federal grant cited the need to be prepared in case of domestic or international terrorism.

Epsom schools halt spending on books, computers, supplies as special ed cost spikes $339K

Surprised by significant, unbudgeted special education expenses, Epsom Central School has frozen all unnecessary spending and is preparing a budget for next year that represents a nearly $700,000 …

Nashua sees $2M hike in pension costs for FY 2016, bringing total to $29.6M

NASHUA – Nashua will see pension costs for city employees rise next year by $2 million to $29.6 million as a result of rate hikes …

Cruz apologizes for ruining Ayotte's weekend plans

Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-New Hampshire, had flown home to take her daughter to The Nutcracker before getting word she would need to return.

FBI asks public's help jailing government crooks

And how does the FBI catch wind of government corruption? From citizens like you.


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