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Shaheen would not fix Obamacare.
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When college students riot.
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Shaheen desperately spins her Obamacare vote.
PAT BUCHANAN
Politics prevents a good response to Ebola
BY WAYNE F. LESPERANCE JR.
A political science professor examines the GOP's chances of victory in 2014.
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Maggie Hassan and state health officials apparently have learned little from the federal trainwreck that has been the Obama administration's response to Ebola.
BY CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER
Getting the Ebola policy right.

UPDATED: Driver killed in crash on Route 101A in Amherst is identified

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Andrea Gage, 32, of Milford, was killed about 12:30 p.m. when, heading west “at a high rate of speed” on Route 101A near the Buckmeadow Golf Club, she sideswiped a Honda Civic, then drove...

Need a job? The NH State Prison wants you

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Wanted: Corrections Officers to staff the New Hampshire State Prison. As a trainee, earn between $32,365 and $37,648 plus $1,300 in hazard duty pay. Apply now.

Manchester firefighters and police investigate a fatal fire at 305-307 Amherst Street on Wednesday afternoon.

Man dies, toddler rescued in Manchester apartment fire

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A small fire — limited to a single room in a small apartment — proved deadly Wednesday afternoon, when smoke caught up to the resident in the other end of the apartment. Firefighters...

Keene police release riot images, seek help with identification

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Police have turned to the public, seeking help identifying people involved in Saturday's riots. Wednesday morning police released 24 images from the riots and asked the public to identify anyone they...

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon to care for any potential NH Ebola patients, state announces

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Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon has agreed to be the receiving hospital for the ongoing care and treatment of any Ebola patients from other hospitals across the state, state health...

Remi Gross-Santos, 17, leaves the Hampton police station on July 12 after being booked following a crash.

Teen who struck two Hampton women seeks to overturn license suspension

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A Portsmouth teen charged with striking two women with his car in Hampton is asking a judge to upend his driver's license suspension, arguing that his blood-alcohol level was under the legal limit at...

Motorist struck by car while changing tire on I-93 in Londonderry

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Police said a motorist who stopped to fix a flat tire during rush hour on Interstate 93 Wednesday evening was struck by a passing vehicle when the tire rolled on to the highway and he tried to...

Drugmakers to join forces to make millions of Ebola vaccine doses

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Leading drugmakers plan to work together to speed up the development of an Ebola vaccine and hope to produce millions of doses for use next year.

Man, 60, found dead in burned Manchester apartment building; 1-year-old boy rescued

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A 60-year-old man who neighbors said was a Vietnam veteran was found dead in his burned apartment Wednesday afternoon. Manchester Fire Chief James Burkush said firefighters also rescued a 1-year-old...

Keene police say one charged with riot on Saturday, another arrested could face riot charge

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Two men were arrested Saturday on possible riot charges, Keene Police Lt. Steven Stewart said Wednesday.

Alderman, chief have heated exchange over police residency requirements

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A discussion of residency requirements for city police was brought to an abrupt halt at Tuesday's aldermanic meeting after tempers flared between Alderman-At-Large Joe Kelly Levasseur and Police...

An estimated 1,300 guardrail ends manufactured by Trinity Highway are installed on highways around New Hampshire. The units, which are installed in all 50 states, are the subject of a $175 million verdict issued against the company Monday by a federal jury  in Texas.

NH has 1,300 guardrail ends targeted in federal safety suit

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Department of Transportation Commissioner Chris Clement told the House Public Works Committee on Tuesday the suspect Trinity ET-Plus pieces will no longer be installed on guardrail projects in New...

1 Nashua board questions alcohol sales at performances at auditorium in middle school

0 Father says Seabrook teen may be confined to wheelchair due to effects of enterovirus

14 Neighbor won't be charged in shooting death of Rumney chiropractor

0 Manchester mayor asks aldermen to hold abandonded property owners accountable

0 Carignan promoted to deputy police chief in Nashua

0 Winter heating season means homeowners need to be alert

0 Teen driver hospitalized following accident in Rindge

0 U.S. to funnel travelers from Ebola-hit region through 5 airports

2 Keene State College holds student forum on pumpkin riot

25 Despite contract provisions, most Manchester police officers live outside city

0 Londonderry response team celebrates 10th anniversary

0 Bedford woman injured when tree falls on her

8 Keene police working to identify rioters, notify other colleges of students' participation

11 Keene State College students clean up after mayhem, say weekend riots were not their fault

4 Weare shakes its head at police department saga

8 College president, Gov. Hassan promise to punish those involved in Keene riots

0 KSC graduate in town says he aided a wounded party-goer

0 American Ambulance Service gets accreditation from industry group

 NH Angle
Links to news and happenings around the world with a Granite State connection updated daily.

0 NH special education school faces abuse allegations

0 State drops charges in Gilford pot patch case after evidence tossed over police lie to obtain warrant

0 Elizabeth Kulze: What were police snipers doing at a Pumpkin Festival?

0 Portsmouth taps ex-police, fire chief to probe officer's $2.7M inheritance

0 Dramatic drop in childhood obesity, tooth decay

0 Blue Latitudes back on its feet after sewage tsunami

0 Teal Pumpkin Project aims to help kids with allergies enjoy trick-or-treating

0 King's Grant owner sues Gilford officials over 2011 raid

0 Organizer addresses her future in wake of pumpkin riot

0 Heroin cases have double in just 2 years, says N.H. crime lab director

0 Student, 16, charged with June shooting threat at Exeter High

0 Former Farmington fire chief accused of stealing town funds

0 Portsmouth may expand Webber investigation

0 Gilmanton man faces third DWI charge this year

0 Another Portsmouth police officer's inheritance fingered by embattled officer's lawyer

0 Video of reporter vs. Keene Pumpkin Festival organizer goes viral

0 NHPR Audio: Is party company 'FinnaRage' to blame for Keene riots?

0 How John Oliver predicted the New Hampshire pumpkin riots

0 Keene Sentinel: It's time for a Pumpkin Festival time out

0 Exclusive - Scott Brown: Obama's efforts to grant executive amnesty 'makes no sense'

0 ĎThe Dartmouthí calls for end to Greek fraternities

0 WaPo - Mark Berman: We need to talk about pumpkin-related violence in this country

0 The Dartmouth: Verbum Ultimum - Abolish the Greek System

0 Keene Sentinel - Paul Miller: Surreal Saturday gives way to new, real challenge

0 Portsmouth mayor tells governor of concerns regarding recent train derailments

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