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Celebrate Pink on the Memorial Bridge

September 16, 2009 by Tom  
Filed under Health

By: Guest Contributor Connie Eppich Wendy McCoole has audacity. Planning a road race over a lift bridge that could go up in the middle of the race?  No experienced race director would even consider it.  Wendy has not only considered it; she is going to make it happen. On Saturday, September 19, participants in the [...]

Mahoney Calls on Congress to Cancel the Remainder of the Stimulus

August 31, 2009 by Tom  
Filed under News & Politics

In an op-ed published in yesterday’s Portsmouth Herald, Portsmouth businessman Sean Mahoney called on New Hampshire’s Congressional Delegation to consider canceling the remainder of the stimulus bill as a first step towards restoring fiscal discipline in Washington. Citing increased unemployment, decreased GDP and a lack of new investment as signs that the stimulus has failed [...]

Gregg to Host Two Health Care Town Hall Meetings

August 18, 2009 by Tom  
Filed under News & Politics

Hodes Emphasizes Prevention in Health Care Call with Constituents

July 30, 2009 by Tom  
Filed under Health

Shea-Porter Contradicts Self in Union Leader Op-Ed

July 21, 2009 by Tom  
Filed under News & Politics

Guinta Files for First Congressional District Seat

May 1, 2009 by Tom  
Filed under News & Politics

Ending a couple weeks of speculation, Manchester Mayor Frank Guinta today filed with the Federal Election Commission to run for Congress in New Hampshire’s 1st District. Guinta’s camp says the Mayor has yet to make an “official” announcement regarding campaign, though one is expected within the next week. The National Republican Congressional Committee praised Guinta [...]

Gregg Slams Obama Budget

April 30, 2009 by Tom  
Filed under News & Politics

Not long after Senate Democrats passed President Barack Obama’s $3.4 trillion federal budget – over a trillion of which will be paid for by further borrowing – New Hampshire’s Senior Senator, and Ranking Member of the Senate Budget Committee, Judd Gregg criticized the Democratic majority for choosing to “dramatically grow the government at the expense [...]

NPR’s “This American Life” Coming to Portsmouth’s Music Hall

April 22, 2009 by Tom  
Filed under Sports & Entertainment

National Public Radio’s This American Life will be streaming a live national simulcast of the program this Thursday, April 23. Live shows of Ira Glass’ popular human-interest program will be held in both New York City and Chicago and then transmitted to select theatres across the United States. In New Hampshire, the Portsmouth Music Hall [...]

Poll Shows Hodes No Lock on Senate Seat

April 9, 2009 by Tom  
Filed under News & Politics

A new poll obtained exclusively by NowHampshire.com shows incumbent Democratic Rep. Paul Hodes (NH-02) is no lock to win the Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Judd Gregg despite Democratic trends in the Granite State. Only 42% of statewide voters—well below a majority—approve of the job Hodes his doing, according to the new Granite Survey [...]

State House Bathroom Renovations: Exclusive Photos

April 9, 2009 by Tom  
Filed under State House

NowHampshire.com has obtained exclusive photos of the $72,000 State House bathroom renovation detailed in this morning’s Granite Status: THE BATHROOM ISSUE. With the so-called “bathroom bill” passing the House by a single vote yesterday, the state GOP wants to know details of renovations made to the same State House rest room that Republican Rep. Fran [...]

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