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The controversy began in April, when Massachusetts engineer Thomas Neve wrote to the Historic District Commission that the chimney blew off the Jeremiah Hart House, owned by his client, during a snow and wind storm and fell “onto the ground surrounding the building.”
HANOVER, N.H. — A display in honor of National Police Week that prominently featured the slogan “Blue Lives Matter” was taken down and replaced with Black Lives Matter posters at Dartmouth College,... 0
McLaughlin said that on Monday May 9, with only 20 days remaining in the school year, the school district stopped allowing students to charge meals, to allow time to bring accounts up to date. This... 0