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Concord High School Principal Gene Connolly in his office on Thursday.

Battling ALS, Concord High principal will stay on 'as long as I possibly can'

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Gene Connolly announced on Wednesday that he has ALS, otherwise known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, and he will remain on the job as long as he can.

Judge says former UNH professor was not discriminated against

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A judge has ruled that a former University of New Hampshire professor was not discriminated against for her gender or race when the school fired her in 2012.

Goffstown's Tyler Brace recently completed the New Hampshire Police Cadet Training Academy and plans to become a police officer.

NH police academy does more than introduce teens to police work

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Tyler Brace, who graduated from Goffstown High School in June wants to be a police officer and gained valuable experience at the Police Cadet Academy while in high school.

Franklin Pierce University's credit downgraded

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The credit downgrade is part of a larger economic trend that started in 2013 when the number of downgrades in higher education outpaced the number of upgrades.

Employees from Fidelity Investments in Merrimack distributed about 125 gift bags to Nashua teachers on Friday as part of a sprucing up of Elm Street Middle School.

Fidelity employees give Nashua school a makeover

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New landscaping, murals, cabinets and other improvements were made to Elm Street Middle School this week.

Pinkerton Academy's Mackenzie House, across the street from the Alumni Building, is undergoing extensive renovation work. New Headmaster Griffin Morse plans to move into the house with his family by mid-September, according to administrators.

Pinkerton prepares for headmaster to live on campus

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The building where new Pinkerton Academy Headmaster Griffin Morse will live, the Mackenzie House, is undergoing extensive renovation, according to administrators.

Market Basket walkout a future case study

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The rapidly escalating drama surrounding the Market Basket supermarket chain very likely is a future topic of study unfolding before the public's eyes, a mass communication professor at Boston...

Three named to Manchester school posts

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Three women have been named to fill administrative positions within the school district.

Derry Early Education Program to relocate

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The Derry Early Education Program (DEEP) will be relocating for the 2014-15 school year from Grinnell Elementary because of an increase in student enrollment and additional space needs, according to...

Manchester panel OKs new academic standards, despite Common Core criticism

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The school board's Curriculum and Instruction Committee on Tuesday approved the draft version of the Manchester Academic Standards, sending them on to the full board.

Nashua school staff see tests as key to tracking student growth

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Nashua's i-Ready test scores show students are making some gains, but they also reveal huge numbers are below grade level.

Julie Lapierre, a teacher's assistant at Great Bay Community College's Advanced Technology & Academic Center in Rochester, operates a coordinate measuring machine used in quality control functions during the high-tech manufacturing process.

ACM program to quadruple in Rochester by 2015

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In order to prepare the future workforce, Great Bay Community College plans to start expanding its facility to teach high-technology manufacturing skills this year.

Two Manchester schools off 'priority' list

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Improving student test scores helped remove Gossler Park Elementary School and Southside Middle School from a list of state “priority schools,” therefore eliminating its designation as a...

Nashua officials seek advice on issue of student cellphone searches vs. privacy

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Nashua school officials are asking for legal opinions on student cellphone searches in the wake of the Supreme Court decision banning searches without a warrant.

Manchester school district makes bid to run Job Corps center

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The school district has submitted a proposal to run the federal Job Corps center being built off Dunbarton Road.

 NH Angle
Links to news and happenings around the world with a Granite State connection updated daily.

0 Gilford father in protest over explicit Jodi Picoult book seeks dismissal of charges

0 Diana Furchtgott-Roth: Bill to address fake campus-rape epidemic goes too far

0 Chesterfield teacher resigns after parent complaint, investigation

0 Ayotte introduces bill to curb sexual assaults on campus

0 Hearing postponed in civil suit against Dover School Board

1 NH professor hired for her race loses suit claiming racial discrimination

0 Town clerk assures Dartmouth she'll do everything possible to help out-of-state students vote in NH

0 N.H. Young Democrats press for failed Elizabeth Warren bill for taxpayers to fund $58B cost of refinancing student loans

0 NHTI cuts 14 positions to close $3 million shortfall

0 Concord Monitor: The missing elements of excellence at St. Paul's School

0 Strafford County judge clears way for out-of-state Democrats to vote in NH elections next fall

0 Affidavit details alleged sexual assault at elite St. Paul’s School

0 Cross-country walker breaks silence, heads home to NH

0 NH schools weigh cellphone search ruling

0 Merrimack seismograph registers high on the interest scale

0 Asbestos shuts down Sigma Nu fraternity house at UNH

0 Dartmouth scientists test a nanoparticle 'alarm clock' to awaken immune systems put to sleep by cancer

0 Concord Monitor: NH families are earning less, so government should be spending more

0 Dartmouth: Laser made from superconducting artificial atom could aid information transfer in quantum computing

0 Claremont postmaster who stole from PTO - 'I had to feed my kids'

0 3.9% raise for Dover teachers will be $1.1M bill for taxpayers

0 Ex-UNH hockey coach indicted on four charges

0 NH drops to 4th in child well-being as child poverty spikes

0 UNH reaches nearly $50m in record fundraising drive

0 Dartmouth researcher finds cat poop cure for cancer

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