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  1. RiverRun hosts three 'literary luminaries'Read the original story

    Thursday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    RiverRun Bookstore welcomes literary luminaries Sarah Gerard, Michael T. Fournier and Tim Horvath to read from and discuss their new books on Tuesday, Feb. 3rd at 7 p.m. Gerard is the author of "Binary Star," a novel that focuses on a young woman struggling with anorexia and her long-distance, alcoholic boyfriend. On a road trip circumnavigating the United States, they stumble into a book on veganarchism, and believe they've found a direction.

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  2. Coyotes howling in citya s south end draws attentionRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    One or more packs of coyotes has been reported in the city's south end, raising concerns about the safety for livestock and family pets. Janice Gardner, a Dover Point Road resident, has seen coyotes in her field and heard their signature howls.

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  3. Abortion clinics could lose state fundingRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 8 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Health centers across New Hampshire could lose state money for family planning and other services they currently provide under a bill proposed by state Rep. Warren Groen, R-Rochester. In an interview Wednesday, Groen said his bill would bar organizations that perform abortions, refer patients for that procedure or advocate for abortions from receiving any taxpayer money.

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  4. Owner of Novel Iron Works to speak at Unh Ceo ForumRead the original story

    Friday Jan 9 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    DURHAM – Hollie Noveletsky, CEO of Novel Iron Works in Greenland, will speak at the University of New Hampshire CEO Forum Thursday, Jan. 22. The program begins at 8 a.m. in Huddleston Hall with coffee and networking followed by a full buffet breakfast. Registration is required by Jan. 14; contact Barbara Draper at 862-1107, or barbara.draper@unh.edu .

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  5. Abortion clinics could lose state fundingRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 8 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Health centers across New Hampshire could lose state money for family planning and other services they currently provide under a bill proposed by state Rep. Warren Groen, R-Rochester. In an interview Wednesday, Groen said his bill would bar organizations that perform abortions, refer patients for that procedure or advocate for abortions from receiving any taxpayer money.

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  6. Berwick Academy mathletes take first in meetRead the original story

    Dec 9, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The Berwick Academy seventh- and eighth-grade mathletes competed in the first meet of the academic year for the Southern Maine Math League on Dec. 2. The eighth-grade team came in first place out of 25 teams and the seventh-graders came in third place out of 24 four teams. Individual winners included eighth-grader Bryce Morales of Portsmouth, N.H., who tied with a student from the Middle School of the Kennebunks for first place, and eighth-grader Elijah D'Aran of South Berwick and seventh-grader Ryan Trotzky of Greenland N.H, who each had fourth place finishes.

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  7. Thoresens honored for supporting Health CenterRead the original story

    Dec 7, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The Joan G. Lovering Health Center recently held its 6th annual Pioneer Circle Awards Celebration at the Wentworth by the Sea Country Club in Rye. The Pioneer Circle Award was given to Robert Thoresen and Susan Werner Thoresen for their contributions to the Health Center, including their leadership in developing a capital campaign as well as facilitating the construction of a new addition, capital improvements and renovation of the Greenland facility which was accomplished in only 15 months.

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  8. Greenlanda s Locandro runs for a good causeRead the original story

    Nov 30, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    On a Saturday or Sunday, after completing their long training run for the week, you can find 13-year-old Emily Locandro and her father, Will, sitting in The Works Bakery Cafe on Congress Street. Emily, unwavering in her post-run meal, can be seen eating a plain bagel with butter and drinking a chocolate milk.

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  9. N.H. Fish and Game puzzled by coyote attack in GreenlandRead the original story

    Nov 19, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    An eastern coyote, like the one shown here in this photo supplied by N.H. Fish and Game, attacked a woman and her dog in Greenland Monday morning. DURHAM - Officials from New Hampshire Fish and Game are calling the coyote attack that occurred in Greenland Monday an "uncommon occurrence," but warned residents to remain vigilant.

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  10. N.H. Fish and Game puzzled by coyote attack in GreenlandRead the original story

    Nov 19, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    A eastern coyote, like the one shown here in this photo supplied by N.H. Fish and Game, attacked a woman and her dog in Greenland Monday morning. DURHAM - Officials from New Hampshire Fish and Game are calling the coyote attack that occurred in Greenland Monday an "uncommon occurrence," but warned residents to remain vigilant.

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  11. N.H. Fish and Game puzzled by coyote attack in GreenlandRead the original story

    Nov 18, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Officials from New Hampshire Fish and Game are calling the coyote attack which occurred in Greenland on Monday an “uncommon occurrence,” but warned residents to remain vigilant. “In 12 years, it is the first one I've ever seen.

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  12. Coyote attacks woman and her pet dogRead the original story

    Nov 17, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    A coyote attacked a woman walking her dog on her property Monday morning in Greenland, police said. Greenland police and New Hampshire Fish and Game responded at approximately 9:15 a.m. to a report of a coyote attack that took place on property off Post Road.

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  13. Court declines to proceed with Greenland shooting suitRead the original story

    Nov 14, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The New Hampshire Supreme Court on Thursday declined to reinstate a lawsuit filed by four officers who were injured in a 2012 shootout with a suspected drug dealer who fatally shot Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney. The officers sued Cullen Mutrie's mother, saying she was liable for their injuries because she knew or should have known her son was dealing drugs from the house she owned.

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  14. Food Pantry gets $5,000 from Holloway AutomotiveRead the original story

    Nov 11, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Courtesy photo From left: Mike Baillargeon from Holloway Automotive Group presents check to Deb Anthony and Margie Parker from Seacoast Food Pantry, JP Pagluica, Mercedes-Benz in Greenland. PORTSMOUTH - Holloway Automotive Group has donated $5,000 to Seacoast Food Pantry.

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  15. Food Pantry gets $5,000 from Holloway AutomotiveRead the original story

    Nov 11, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Courtesy photo From left: Mike Baillargeon from Holloway Automotive Group presents check to Deb Anthony and Margie Parker from Seacoast Food Pantry, JP Pagluica, Mercedes-Benz in Greenland. PORTSMOUTH - Holloway Automotive Group has donated $5,000 to Seacoast Food Pantry.

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  16. Dover police lieutenant honored for heroismRead the original story

    Nov 8, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Dover Police Lt. Brad Gould with his wife, Pam, holding the "Chief Michael Maloney Heroes in Action Award" he received at the 2nd annual "Night of Heroes" dinner.

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  17. New England editorial roundupRead the original story

    Nov 8, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Now that the dust has settled a bit on the Ebola panic of 2014, it's instructive to stand back from the misinformation and examine the facts. There are currently three countries in the world considered to have "widespread transmission of the disease" - Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

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  18. Rolling Green starts winter farmersa marketRead the original story

    Nov 1, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Rolling Green Nursery is pleased to announce their Winter Farmers Market has returned for the third year in a row. The market takes place on the first and third Saturday of the month starting in November and ending on March 7, 2015.

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  19. Greenland fifth-graders move trick or treatingRead the original story

    Oct 28, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    On the bus on Oct. 15, Holden Burke was talking to David Howard, two Greenland Central School 5th graders, about how they should start a petition to move Halloween to the 31st this year. The boys will be attending Nature's Classroom, which is a 5-day long field trip to Falmouth, MA, that all 5th and 6th grade GCS students attend, and they would not be back until the 31st so they would miss out on the trick or treating fun.

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  20. Builder completes 2nd handicap-accessible volunteer projectRead the original story

    Oct 24, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    A Seacoast-based builder has completed work on his second pro bono home accessibility project in two years. This volunteer-based construction project provides new accessible living space, including an ADA bathroom, for a severely disabled child and his parent-caregivers in York.

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