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Yesterday | UnionLeader.com
Several years ago, Mike and Kim Botan of Hudson began blogging about their latest adventures on their website, www.Ride2Adv.com, and earlier this month, Mike Botan released his first book, -- In their mission to make the world a smaller place, a Hudson couple shifted their motorcycle travels into full gear and proceeded to make lots of new friends ... (more)
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Saturday | Bradenton.com
While both states rank very high in terms of the percentage of students who graduate within six years of starting at four-year public campuses, they also rank high in terms of students who finish in another state, according to the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
CONCORD A day after he was one of two Republican Senators to vote to repeal the death penalty, Sen. Bob Odell announced he would not seek re-election to the District 8 seat he has held for six terms.
As reported in this New York Times piece , headlined "Measure to Repeal Death Penalty Fails by a Single Vote in New Hampshire Senate," a tie vote yesterday in the Granite State will keep the death penalty alive there for now.
On April 15, the New Hampshire Senate defeated HB 1322 by a vote of 13-11. All members of the State Senate voted.
BIA will present the "Above and Beyond" awards to several individuals who have demonstrated outstanding service and commitment to BIA's mission during the past year.
In an emotionally charged chamber with advocates on both sides watching, the Senate split 12-12 Thursday on repealing the death penalty which effectively kills the bill.
The debate over Medicaid expansion has dominated the 126th Legislature, and will continue to do so as the session winds down and lawmakers prepare to head back to their districts.
After his three-month enlistment in the 1st New Hampshire Volunteer Regiment , Francis Harvey "Saxie" Pike rejoined the war effort.
Kylan Mastro and Hannah Martuscello are concerned about the effects of alcohol advertisements on young people.
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Students at New Hampshire's seven community colleges will see lower tuition bills starting in the fall, 2014 academic year.
Other states are eager to follow New Hampshire's lead in monitoring medical technicians like the one who stole drugs from Exeter Hospital and infected patients with hepatitis C, but the state can still do more to prevent future problems, according to a lawmaker who is planning additional legislation.
Last year, supporters of marijuana use for health purposes cheered when a bill became law.
Protesters gather Wednesday morning on the steps of the New Hampshire Supreme Court in anticipation of oral arguments on the constitutionality of a business tax credit that benefits students at religious schools.