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How Do They Stop Detroit Power?

May 21, 2008 by admin  
Filed under Sports & Entertainment

With six straight trips to the Eastern Conference Finals, the Bad Boys of Detroit are competing against a team us New Englanders like to think of as “wicked” good. The Big Three will be matched up against practically an all star team in Billups, Wallace, Hamilton, and Prince. In the first two series for the [...]

Pollster Warns NH Republicans of “Worst Environment Ever,” But Shows Silver Lining

May 21, 2008 by admin  
Filed under News & Politics

Talks for Portsmouth Naval Prison Renovation Plans Underway Again

May 21, 2008 by admin  
Filed under Business

Looming over the Piscataqua and Atlantic Ocean, the castle-like structure that was once a naval prison draws many questions from curious visitors to Portsmouth. Owned by the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, the only way to it by land is through the naval base in Kittery, ME. You can’t visit it, you can only look and wonder [...]

Kennedy Diagnosed with Malignant Glioma – NH Legislators from Both Sides Wish Him Best

May 21, 2008 by admin  
Filed under Health

Uncertainty surrounding 76-year-old Massachusetts Senator Edward Kennedy’s seizure this past weekend unfolded Tuesday when doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital reported he had a malignant glioma in the left parietal lobe. Malignant glioma, the most common primary brain tumor, accounts for more than half of the 18,000 primary malignant brain tumors diagnosed each year in the [...]

NH Advantage Coalition unveils new pledge

May 20, 2008 by admin  
Filed under News & Politics

Putting the proverbial money where his mouth is, Manchester Mayor Frank Guinta, along with probable GOP gubernatorial candidate state Senator Joe Kenney, joined the NH Advantage Coalition (NHAC) in unveiling a their new, statewide spending cap pledge. Along with a number of state legislators, potential candidates, activists, and even an elected town official, the group [...]

Governor Lynch Signs HealthFirst Initiative Into Law

May 19, 2008 by admin  
Filed under Health

Gov. John Lynch signed into law the HealthFirst initiative today. The new law will require major insurance carriers to offer a standard wellness plan for all businesses in the state that have up to 50 employees. The HealthFirst initiative plans to control premium costs by placing more focus on the management of chronic diseases, on [...]

Horn Walks 26.2 Miles for Breast Cancer

May 19, 2008 by admin  
Filed under News & Politics

Republican congressional candidate Jennifer Horn took time away from the campaign trail thus weekend to walk 26.2 miles in the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer. “I have been supporting the Avon Foundation’s programs for breast cancer research for nearly ten years,” Horn stated.

Coos County Looking For Jobs and For Help

May 19, 2008 by admin  
Filed under Business

The northernmost county of New Hampshire, Coos County, is suffering economically. With 1,600 jobs leaving the region since 2000, Coos County is facing tough times. The region takes up over 20 percent of the state’s square mileage but holds only about 2.5 per of the state’s population with 33,019 of our 1,314,895 citizens. Hundreds of [...]

New Hampshire’s Hemlocks Threatened By Recent Arrival of the Invasive Wooly Adelgid

May 19, 2008 by admin  
Filed under Energy & Environment

Increasingly, New Englanders are hearing about insect-born diseases coming into the region. Additionally, invasive plants are being found regularly along riversides, in fields, and in our forests right here in New Hampshire. This month, New Hampshire just found out that it had another unwelcome guest, the hemlock Woolly Adelgid.

Renovated Currier Museum of Art Integrates Old with New

May 19, 2008 by admin  
Filed under Sports & Entertainment

A gallery devoted to glass, ceramics, and the museum’s paperweight collection, on display in its majority for the first time, greets visitors upon their entrance to the museum. The museum’s entire second floor now houses its 18th and 19th century American art collection. The European collection has been reinstalled in a newly designed gallery and [...]

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