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$53,000 given to programs in support of Fish and Game
The Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire has distributed $53,355 to various programs in support of the NH Fish and Game Department.
Quill selected for Up with People
This past summer Greenland resident and Keene State College sophomore Eliza Quill was selected to participate in Up with People, an organization that provides young people across the world with a unique international education experience.
George E.B. Paul III
NORTH HAMPTON ? George E.B. Paul III, 65, of North Hampton, died Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014 at Portsmouth Regional Hospital surrounded by family. He was born in Winthrop, Mass., Oct. 8, 1949 a son of the late George E.B. and Clara (Pratt) Paul, Jr.
Rare bird alert: 2 more snowy owls spotted
Looking to see a snowy owl? Two have recently been spotted near the airport and another was seen in Plainfield.
Last Week's Rare Bird Alert
This is New Hampshire Audubon?s Rare Bird Alert for Monday, Dec. 15.
Community resources for help and support, from addiction to sexuality and in between. Please send help and support ...
Sexual Assault Support Services and Seacoast Area Teachers of Yoga in Action: have collaborated to offer a unique opportunity for the Seacoast, Trauma Sensitive Yoga. There are two sessions available, both free of charge.
Waitress died from injecting fentanyl, say police
PORTSMOUTH ? The Oct. 18 death of 30-year-old Cassie Clermont was caused by the injection of fentanyl, said Deputy Police Chief Corey MacDonald. That ruling is based on analysis of evidence by the state's crime lab, said the deputy chief.
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Police shootings come amid fear, chaos
Interviews with New Hampshire police officers who have used deadly force reveal how quickly those decisions often are made - and how chaotic and unscripted the moments leading up to them can be. 'It's not like TV,' said Jeffery Strelzin, chief of the homicide unit at the Attorney General's Office.