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May 03. 2013 1:09PM

Nearby target shooting puts Troy Elementary in lockdown for an hour

While police later found out it was someone target shooting on a nearby property, the school was in a "secured campus," or lockdown, for about an hour, said Leo P. Corriveau, superintendent of the Monadnock Regional School District.

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Building a Libertarian paradise in New Hampshire

The Free State Project (FSP) is busily seeking to transform New Hampshire, already a very individualistic state, into a full-on libertarian society.

Ayotte to officiate at wedding of Scott Browns’ daughter, Arianna

CONCORD — Former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown’s younger daughter, Arianna, is getting married on Sunday, and, in an interesting twist, the wedding will be officiated by a current U.S. Senator.

Humphreys are the major donors to pro-Jim Rubens super PAC

CONCORD – Former U.S. Sen. Gordon Humphrey and his wife, Patty, are the major donors behind the New Hampshire PAC to Save America, a super PAC aimed at helping former state Sen. Jim Rubens win the U.S. Senate seat now held by Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.

Havenstein, as a CEO, spoke on Democratic Governors Association jobs panel

The video emerged a week after some conservatives circulated a brief video of Havenstein, in his role as a CEO of Science Applications International Corporation, deriding the Tea Party as 'teabaggers.'

It’s show time in Chicago for Dartmouth’s Hendricks

Cincinnati — Dallas Beeler set the bar high for Chicago Cubs pitchers making their major league debuts this season — and not just on the mound.

State sells Windham golf course site for $3.06M

WINDHAM — The former Applewood golf course has been sold for $3.06 million, but its new purpose has yet to be determined.

Who lived in N.H. 12,000 years ago?

Since 1996, the State Archeologist Dick Boisvert has led excavations at sites in Jefferson, uncovering tools and stone shards that tell the story of the...

Vermont mother who triggered Amber Alert pleads guilty

An Amber Alert was issued and the family was spotted at a restaurant in Hanover, N.H., within a period of hours. They were found together at a hotel. Kane's then 17-year-old daughter was with them and no one was harmed.

Gorham paper mill operating day-to-day for lack of orders

GORHAM – All four paper machines at the Gorham Paper and Tissue mill have been down since Monday as the facility continues to struggle.

Gunmaker skirts laws by 3D-printing a single firearm part

By printing his (or her) own, O’Fama has essentially skirted the law that requires all firearms to be registered with the federal government.

$100K pledge boosts skating rink project at Strawbery Banke in Portsmouth

PORTSMOUTH — Rye businessman Jim Labrie and his wife, Ellen, have agreed to donate as much as $100,000 to help pay for an ice skating rink at the Strawbery Banke Museum in the city's historic South End.

Matt Bonner and brother bring rock show back to Redhook

Matt Bonner is fresh off his second world championship as a member the National Basketball Association's San Antonio Spurs after defeating LeBron James' Miami Heat in five games (4-1).

Federal funding for culvert replacement denied, Hassan appeals to Obama

'It (the denial) threw the state into a little confusion because no one is aware of one of these ever being denied before,' said Conway's emergency management director Stephen Solomon.

Town of Warner may need to use $138,000 from capital reserves to settle accounting matter

The town spent the money on road and bridge projects several years ago. Reimbursements for those projects should have been requested from the capital reserve funds but they weren’t, said Town Administrator Jim Bingham.

Mass Gov. Patrick to visit NH

Patrick has told reporters he is not interested in the 2016 chatter, but he has started a political action committee, is making friends in New Hampshire with this trip, and since he is term-limited and will no longer be governor next year doesn't have much politically to lose if he did run.

Pennichuck Corp. seeks to issue $54.5 million worth of bonds

The company's plan calls for the bonds to be issued through the New Hampshire Business Finance Authority, bearing a fixed interest rate of approximately 5.5 ...

NH Dyn shows how Internet providers get around war zones

The new pathways are displayed on the map above, which was made by Dyn, the New Hampshire company that manages traffic for some of the biggest sites on the internet (and that acquired Renesys in May).

The Currency: As paper industry folds across U.S., N.H. mill thrives

The Currency is NHPR's ongoing look at economic and business news in New Hampshire.

PSNH president eyes energy crunch

PORTSMOUTH — The new president of Public Service of New Hampshire said he sees a rocky few years ahead for New England — a time during which, at least for the short term, he expects the company's oil- and coal-fired plants to play a significant part.

Nashua's Napa East abruptly closes; future uncertain

NASHUA -- An award-winning upscale wine lounge that won plenty of consumers' hearts over the past three years closed abruptly this week, a decision that the management is calling a 'restructuring.'

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