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Right now, hunters, anglers and owners of boats, snowmobiles and ATVs pick up the search and rescue tab through surcharges on their licenses, which raise about $180,000 a year. But that group represents just 14 percent of the people rescued in the last six years, Jordan said. Most often – 57 percent of that time – the department has helped find or rescue hikers and climbers, who pay nothing, Jordan said.
Fifty-four-year-old Andrew S. Gordon, a financial planner in Chelmsford, was convicted in March of using the mail and telephone to try to hire a New Hampshire gang member to kill the state trooper... 0
Last week, Ari Herstand of DMN caught wind of a serious problem at the New Hampshire festival, and started interviewing bands, attendees, and support staff that were getting cancelled, stiffed, or... 0