Publisher sells NH home to cover debt of African-American newspaper
Melvin Miller, the publisher of the Bay State Banner, which caters to Boston’s African-American community, is selling his stunning New Hampshire vacation home to satisfy a nearly $278,000 debt the newspaper owes an affiliate of the Boston Redevelopment Authority.
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