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May 01. 2013 1:24PM

Sullivan voters approve SAU 93 withdrawal by 48-1 margin

In a 48-1 vote Tuesday night, residents gave the go-ahead for the town to withdraw from the administrative unit. The vote was one of the final steps in what has been a multi-year process to leave the Monadnock Regional School District and Unit 93. A three-fifths majority was needed for the withdrawal to pass.



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HFF closes $46.1 million sale of Bedford shopping center

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Alton claims Irwin Marina illegally expanded

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Late audit puts Daniel Webster College on federal list of colleges facing aid crunch

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GT strikes deal to sell sapphire furnaces for $45M to Chinese firm

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Retired general McChrystal trying to change 'cultural expectation' of service year

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Steven Tyler cites NH roots in announcement of solo country album

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NH fraternity that inspired 'Animal House' accused of branding members

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Damaged Nova Scotia tall ship being towed to New Hampshire port after rescue

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. -- The U.S. Coast Guard says it expects a crippled tall ship from Nova Scotia will arrive in port in New Hampshire today.

Blackwater Worldwide security guards Evan Liberty, left, of Rochester, N.H., and Dustin Heard, right, leave the federal courthouse with their legal team and supporters after being arraigned with three fellow Blackwater guards on manslaughter charges in a 2007 shooting incident in Baghdad, in Washington in this Jan. 6, 2009 file photo. A U.S. jury on October 22, 2014 found four former Blackwater guards guilty on nearly every count they faced in connection with the 2007 killings of 14 unarmed Iraqis at a Baghdad traffic circle.

Blackwater Guards, including Rochester man, plead for leniency after conviction for shooting dozens of unarmed Iraqis

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