NH suffers 4th worst outage on record
MANCHESTER ? A Thanksgiving Eve Nor'easter dashed plans for home-cooked feasts and football viewing from the couch, leaving more than 200,000 homes and businesses without power on Thanksgiving and the potential for more dark days.
In Merrimack, some are raising concerns about proposed natural gas pipeline
Things may have quieted down in Hollis, but reaction to a proposed natural gas pipeline has started appearing in Merrimack, Mason and elsewhere as more people consider the new route put forward by the energy firm Kinder Morgan. ?We?re trying to come up with a game plan of questions for the town council,? said Don Miner, of Merrimack, who has cattle, sheep, goats, pigs and chickens on a small ...
100-plus mph becoming dangerous NH trend
When state troopers charged a Rhode Island man with reckless driving on Saturday, it was the latest example of what police say they are seeing regularly on New Hampshire highways - drivers reaching speeds of 100 mph or more. Much more.
Proposal calls for gas pipeline across 17 NH communities
Officials in several New Hampshire communities located along the route of a proposed 36-inch gas pipeline said Friday they were surprised to learn the proposal had become the 'preferred route' for Kinder Morgan, because the company had only recently contacted them regarding the project.
Pipeline pushback seen in NH
Look at natural gas pipeline distribution system in New Hampshire.
Nashua School of Gymnastics has strong showing at qualifier
The Nashua School of Gymnastics Level Four through 10 teams came away with several sectional qualifiers at a recentmeet at NEGTC in Hudson, NH. Individual results as follows: Level 4 (9-10 Year Old Division) Makenzie Berleth qualified for Sectionals with an All Around of 36.850 (second place); she scored an 8.80 (fifth) on vault, 9.30 (third) on bars, 9.55 (first) on beam and 9.20 (third) on ...
St. Christopher hoop teams get mixed results
>KIDS SPORTS FOR SUNDAY, NOV. 30 Emailed late thursday night, also KidsSports113014 CUTLINE 1 Submitted photo The pace was fast and furious when St. Christopher met St. Kathryn in youth basketball recently. CUTLINE 2 Submitted photo The Open Juvenile Gate City Skating Club Synchronized Skating team was all smiles after competing in the Boston Synchronized Classic. basketball The St.
Pipeline's NH route moves to top choice
Update on proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline through S. New Hampshire.
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.
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