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More Abuse Reported
An alumnus has reported that on May 17th 2013 at approximately 1:57 AM a student entered a room where he was sleeping and made inappropriate contact with him while removing cash and valuables from the room.
Manchester quits BIA after Gatsas questions its value
The city has dropped its membership in the Business and Industry Association, saving $263 a year and prompting further debate about the future of its economic development office.
Petitions on Punishing the RealTalkers
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Editorial: Just how well does Scott Brown know New Hampshire?
Jeanne Shaheen. If Brown wants to be taken seriously, he'll have to demonstrate some rock-solid Granite State bona fides.
$1.5 million gift to Bethlehem school raises spirits
Amid the brutal tragedy that struck their campus in January, administrators of a small private school in Bethlehem say they've managed to find at least a ray of hope and some positive news for their 110 students.
Inquiring Republicans left to wonder: Will Scott Brown run for Senate in NH?
"Nothing's off the table," said former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass., when asked if he plans to run for the U.S. Senate for New Hampshire as he was leaving the Grafton County Republican Committee Lincoln-Reagan Luncheon on Saturday.