Saturday Jul 26
NH gubernatorial candidate Hemingway favors business flat tax, smaller state government
Republican gubernatorial candidate Andrew Hemingway has proposed a business flat tax as a way to boost New Hampshire's economy, but it is also part of his desire to achieve a smaller, more limited state government.
Ray Duckler: Wright knew what was right when it came to fire fighting
Dick Wright of Loudon, who recently retired as Chief Coordinator for the Capital Area Mutual Aide Fire Compact, stands in the newly renamed Richard E. Wright Loudon Fire Department Station 2 on July 23, 2014.
N.H. individuals prosecuted for illegal actions with animals
New Hampshire Fish and Game conservation officers have successfully prosecuted individuals this month for illegal nighttime hunting of deer and for possessing rare turtles for sale.
Friday morning New Hampshire news update
James Blaisdell and Dana Martin have to pay over $6,000 in fines each. They've also lost their hunting licenses for five years and will need to do 20 hours of community service.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Deer poachers convicted of multiple night-hunting incidents
Two men were convicted Wednesday in connection with two incidents of illegal night hunting, one of which was in Northwood.
After 37 years in the principal's office, 'time for a change'
York High School Principal Robert Stevens is leaving at the end of the next school year, ending his 37-year tenure as principal in York and a career in education spanning close to half a century.