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June 15. 2013 1:21PM

Wellesley hires consultant to look into operations at pond where New Hampshire boy drowned

The town of Wellesley has hired an outside consultant to review operations at Morses Pond, which has been closed since a 10-year-old boy from New Hampshire drowned there two weeks ago.

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FairPoint warns of mobile picketing as union brings protest to customer doorsteps

While the unions can engage in strike activity anyplace FairPoint replacement workers are providing customer services, this mobile picketing is intended to distract the workforce and disrupt service to customers – sometimes illegally.

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Portsmouth also concerned about third-party driving service Uber

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Thanksgiving proclamation printed in Exeter expected to fetch $12M at auction now on sale for only $8.4M

The document was offered at Christie's on November 14, 2013, where it was expected to sell for upwards of $12,000,000. Kaller represents the document’s owner, who has decided to offer the manuscript through exhibition and private sale.

Student athlete from NH stuck on bus in NY storm for 30 hours

MANCHESTER, N.H. — A New Hampshire native found herself stuck on a bus with her Niagara University basketball teammates in the middle of a massive snowstorm this week.

Time: NH author Jodi Picoult cites homosexual marriage as what she's thankful for this year

I am grateful that Kyle and Kevin will be wed in New Hampshire – Kyle's home state – in which gay marriage is legal.

NH's Sarah Silverman Tweets Bill Cosby rape jokes: Funny or inappropriate? - WARNING, EXPLICIT CONTENT

Sarah Silverman tweeted a joke about the Bill Cosby rape scandal on Wednesday night, getting both cheers and jeers for her off-color remark.

CHANDLER

Chandler won't seek Democratic support for Speaker

CONWAY — After losing the Speakership by just four votes, Rep. Gene Chandler said under no circumstances will he seek to become the House Speaker when the full New Hampshire House of Representatives gatherers in Concord on Dec.[…]

Portsmouth shuttle service costing city $5 per rider

PORTSMOUTH – City officials have extolled the success of this year’s pilot satellite parking program as a way to help alleviate some of the parking congestion in the downtown.

GTAT sapphire production attempt was a fiasco, employees paid to sweep floors, others stayed home

GT hired hundreds of workers with little oversight; some bored employees were paid overtime to sweep floors repeatedly, while others played hooky.

Good thing for Shaheen that Obama waited until after election for immigration move

'In all likelihood, Scott Brown would have won his race in New Hampshire. In all likelihood, that would have caused Ed Gillespie to win in Virginia.'

Vermont Yankee announces layoff of 165 workers

VERNON, Vt. — One hundred sixty-five employees will lose their jobs following the closure of Vermont Yankee at the end of this year, the nuclear power plant's owner announced Wednesday afternoon.

UNH research: Part-time jobs put millions in poverty or close to it

About 75% of part-time workers either live in poverty or are low income, according to a report by Rebecca Glauber, a professor at the University of New Hampshire.

NH pharma exec. excited $3.3B sale of Cystic Fibrosis drug a windfall for research

His 15-year-old daughter suffers from the disease, and he celebrated the announcement of positive trial results over the summer from the next drug by Vertex to treat it.

Telegraph.co.uk: The Libertarians planning to take over New Hampshire

Thousands vow to 'live free or die' in the granite state, as the Free State Project aims to trigger a mass migration of 20,000 libertarians to a state with a small population by early 2016

Exeter ZBA nixes homeless center proposal

EXETER – In the end, a majority of the board denied the special exception, saying it failed to meet three criteria: that the proposed use would protect such things as public health, safety and welfare; that it would be compatible with the zone district; and that it would not adversely affect property values.

Keene State College interns helping hospitals, restaurants serve healthier food

Healthy menu items are marked with a logo featuring a green elm leaf and a red heart.

Medical marijuana alternative treatment center nanny regs up for approval

New Hampshire’s proposed rules for the centers that will distribute therapeutic cannabis under the state’s medical marijuana law are expected to go before a rulemaking committee today.

Exeter ZBA nixes homeless center proposal as unfit for residential neighborhood

EXETER – In the end, a majority of the board denied the special exception, saying it failed to meet three criteria: that the proposed use would protect such things as public health, safety and welfare; that it would be compatible with the zone district; and that it would not adversely affect property values.

Dwindling fund balance could raise cost of borrowing for Belknap County

LACONIA — The fund balance, or accumulated surplus, is at risk of becoming the orphan as the Belknap County Commission and Belknap County Convention prepare the 2015 budget.

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