Sunday May 19
N.H. group commits random acts of kindness: Government attacks them
Case in point: A New Hampshire group who drop pocket change into expired parking meters have now found themselves on the receiving end of a government lawsuit, as reported by CBS Connecticut/WTIC on 18 May, 2013.
Fri May 17, 2013
The Brattleboro Reformer
The family that sings together ... For 20 years, the River...
There's a signpost at the foot of the little hill where the Westminster West Congregational Church stands that's covered with signs pointing out the distances from there to other places in the world.
Thu May 16, 2013
Keene man trying to save former presidential yacht of President Harry Truman
New Hampshire resident Steve Lindsey of Keene said to the Maine Portland Press Herald that "The USS Williamsburg, restored, would look grand near DiMillo's in Portland Harbor, painted glistening white.
Good Samaritans Sued by Municipal Moonbats
Garret Ean is one of six people named in a lawsuit filed by Keene [New Hampshire]. Ean and his group of friends call themselves Robin Hood of Keene.
Wed May 15, 2013
Parking meter 'Robin Hoods' provoke New Hampshire city's ire
In December James Cleaveland made an unusual New Year's resolution: to do all he could to keep police in the city of Keene, New Hampshire, from issuing parking tickets.
City Sues 'Robin Hood' Group For Paying Expired Parking Meters
The city of Keene, New Hampshire, is suing a group of do-gooders for allegedly topping off parking meters of strangers.
Middlesex school bond shot down
The last major improvements at Rumney Memorial School were in 1991. School Board members say the kitchen, boilers and structure need fixing.
Keene class wins NH video tourism contest
A fourth-grade class from Keene, N.H., has won a trip to the top of Mount Washington by creating a video that promotes tourism spots around the state.
Fire experts will be allowed to testify in Keene murder trial
The court also reversed the trial court's ruling that a 2002 recorded telephone conversation in which prime suspect Daniel McLeod admitted he set a couch inside the building on fire is admissible at trial.
Tue May 14, 2013
The Florida Times-Union
Winn-Dixie outsources logistics; says no layoffs expected
A New Hampshire company is taking over all the buying, warehousing and transportation for Winn-Dixie. All of the grocery chain's employees involved in those activities will become employees of C&S Wholesale Grocers.
New Hampshire city suing 'Robin Hood' for paying parking meters of strangers
The city of Keene, N.H., is suing "Robin Hood and his Merry Men" - a group that has made a name for itself by paying people's parking meters before they can get slapped with a ticket from local parking enforcement officers.
Foster's Daily Democrat
NH court to rule in Keene arson case
The New Hampshire Supreme Court is expected to issue a ruling in the case of a man charged with the 1989 arson deaths of four members of a Keene family.
Mon May 13, 2013
Jaffrey: The mountain that shaped our region
Jackie Stetser, a board member of Rabbit Ear Films, left, and Donna Kluk, right, at the summit of Mount Monadnock on January 1, 2013.
Keene firefighters battle two blazes eight hours apart
Firefighters are battling a three-alarm blaze on Grove Street this morning, after extinguishing a blaze last night that destroyed a garage on Marlboro Road.
Sun May 12, 2013
Coalition hosts educational festival celebrating wonders of water
Last week the New Hampshire Drinking Water Coalition, along with the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, celebrated Drinking Water Week by sponsoring a water festival and science fair at the Concord drinking water treatment plant.
Sat May 11, 2013
Family of Vt. man sues gun makers, gun shop
The family of a Springfield, Vt., man who was killed when a gun he accidentally dropped fired a bullet into his head is suing the gun shop where he bought the weapon and several firearms manufacturers.
Fri May 10, 2013
Saturday's NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race at Monadnock Speedway postponed until July 27
With rain in the forecast, Monadnock Speedway announced the postponement of Saturday's racing schedule, featuring the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour.
Thu May 09, 2013
The Daily Campus
Retiring professor leaves a legacy behind
After two and a half decades at the University of Connecticut, Wayne Worcester, a journalism professor and instructor of the journalism department's foundational news writing course, has retired from teaching with tenure.
Homeless man accused in Keene sex assault
A homeless man who is a registered sex offender has been arrested and charged with one count of felonious sexual assault, a class B felony, after police learned through his parole officer that he may have assaulted a 15-year-old girl.