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Aug. 20, 2014
- Family, NH officials confirm death of kidnapped journalist James Foley
- Primary 2014: A conversation with U.S. House candidate Gary Lambert
- Manchester stores allowed to reopen after being closed for suspected connection to overdoses
- Lebanon College planning to close due to low enrollment
Seacoast Online
- Market Basket owes Exeter, Newmarket thousands for trash bags
Union Leader
- Islamic State says it beheads NH journalist
- Dan Tuohy's Granite Status: Shaheen calls for bigger childcare tax credit
- Foley's family, hometown react to news of his death
- Reporter James Foley murdered by terrorists
- 10-year energy strategy for NH to be released by Sept. 1
- Poll gives Guinta edge in 1st CD
Citizen of Laconia
- Scott Brown discusses immigration, pot, ISIS in Franklin
Concord Monitor
- Islamic State group says it beheaded Rochester journalist James Foley
- Loudon farm gets USDA grant for beef, pork burger blend
- Boutin, Cormier square off in Senate District 16 Republican primary
- 2nd House District candidates discuss immigration
- Candidate profile: Walt Havenstein, 65, makes case for gubernatorial bid
- New Shaheen TV ad promotes child-care tax credit
- Salem residents fight to save CART
- After indictment, GOP's Perry comes to NH
- Agriculture secretary visits NH
Foster's Daily Democrat
- American journalist killed in Syria aware of risks
Keene Sentinel
- Islamic State posts video of NH-based journalist’s beheading
Nashua Telegraph
- US officials: Video shows American's beheading
- 2nd House District candidates discuss immigration
- Nashua job fair connects veterans and employers
- First stage of new Hooksett rest areas set to open
- Live Free and Start fine-tunes agenda

Aug. 19, 2014
- John McCain stumps for Scott Brown at Derry town meeting
- Primary 2014: A conversation with U.S. House candidate Frank Guinta
- NHIA board drops September deadline, continue with merger talks
- Officials break ground for women's prison
Seacoast Online
- Gov. Hassan: Business taxes hurting budget
- Market Basket workers defy execs' demands
- Governors step into supermarket feud
- Texas Gov. Perry prepares to stump in Stratham
- McCain campaigns for Brown in NH
Union Leader
- Market Basket: On the brink again
- Obamacare a target in U.S. Senate race
- Judge slams spice search
- SNHU and NHIA say they’ll delay merger
- NH, Mass. governors think Market Basket Deal 'may be within reach,' spokesperson says
- Rail rehab proposed for 42 miles of track
- McCain pushes Brown to audience in Derry
- Report: Market Basket resolution may be in sight
- Judge rules store can reopen after Spice shutdown
- Chicken suit-wearing NHGOP staffer charged with disorderly conduct
- In bid to restore trust, cameras approved for Seabrook cruisers
- McCain, Brown: US foreign policy weak, ineffective
- Gatsas will not endorse in Republican primaries this year
Citizen of Laconia
- Selectmen mull over geese droppings problem
Concord Monitor
- Candidate profile: Andrew Hemingway, 32, makes case for gubernatorial bid
- NH breaks ground on new Concord women’s prison
- Veteran advocates plan 2nd New Hampshire court
- State Senate candidates challenge each other on the issues at District 15 forum
- Concord-based NH1 hires Kevin Landrigan in its aim to “own politics in New Hampshire”
- McCain joins Brown for town hall event in Derry
- New Hampshire PAC endorses Hemingway, Garcia
Conway Daily Sun
- Babson vs. Maloney in county commission District 2 primary race
- Ranks thin, but Market Basket workers still resolved
- McCain campaigns for Scott Brown
- GOP staffer arrested during Londonderry parade
- Gas prices on decline in New Hampshire
- NH breaks ground on women's prison
Foster's Daily Democrat
- College planning to close due to low enrollment
- Ag secretary visiting New Hampshire farm
- Job fair to reach out to veterans
Nashua Telegraph
- Gov. Hassan joins Market Basket negotiations; seafood vendor makes a public break with the company
- NH gas prices 14 cents lower than this time last year
- At Fidelity in Merrimack, Ayotte backs more aggressive anti-ISIS actions, but no troops
- McCain returns to Granite State
- NH1 News readies big September launch
- Frustrated fish vendor cuts 10-year ties to Market Basket

Aug. 18, 2014
- Primary 2014: A conversation with U.S. House candidate Dan Innis
- Whole Foods opens first New Hampshire location Tuesday
Seacoast Online
- Republican candidates to debate in Exeter
- 5 vie for county attorney office
Union Leader
- No access to spice has regular users complaining, police say
- Whole Foods poised to open in Nashua
- NH worker health costs top U.S. list
- Rockingham County Attorney race forum set
- NH, Mass. governors meet with Market Basket leaders
Concord Monitor
- Corrections department holds job fair in Concord, Manchester to recruit new officers, relieve strain
- Business development center adds minicourses
- Synthetic drugs have a history in New Hampshire
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Portsmouth's African burying ground consecrated
- O'Malley stumps for Shaheen in Somersworth
- Signing of Paycheck Fairness Act applauded
- Panel to address Pease tanker construction needs
- McCain in New Hampshire with Senate hopeful Brown
- Groundbreaking takes place for new women's prison
Keene Sentinel
- Rates of alcohol, drug use vary at area schools
- Documentary film about the Pamela Smart murder trial has ties to Keene
Nashua Telegraph
- PolitiFact NH: Gary Lambert earns 'Pants on Fire' for saying GOP rival Marilinda Garcia supports $140 billion in new taxes
- Moore Mart celebrates 10 years of shipping compassion to troops overseas
- Nashua Whole Foods gets final touches before opening

Aug. 17, 2014
Seacoast Online
- Market Basket employees rally to thank customers
- GOP 1st District hopefuls weigh in on Iraq
- Store owner charged with selling "spice"
Union Leader
- NH has role in expanding use of robots
- NH officials mount battle against 'Spice'
- SNHU, NHIA set to merge, public still concerned
- Gun advocates up in arms over change in application
- Garry Rayno's State House Dome: The 'numbers' say it's an election year
- Economy, job creation among topics tackled at Derry candidates forum
- Former Manchester mayor Frank Guinta vague on details about his consulting business
- Maryland governor returns to New Hampshire
- Pelham police arrest 'spice' dealer
Concord Monitor
- After 8 years in legal aid, Feltes eyes a seat in the State House
- In District 15, Concord connections shape Ardinger’s campaign
- District 15 State Senate primary candidates weigh in on the issues
- Pam Smart murder case is revisited in a new HBO documentary
- Rockingham County attorney race heats up
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Tanker project at Pease needs qualified contractors
Nashua Telegraph
- Premiums for NH state employees are highest in US
- Kuster meets with Nashua passenger rail proponents
- Republican primary for governor likely to get tougher

Aug. 16, 2014
- Triple E detected for first time this year in NH
- No bidders for home where 2007 standoff took place
- Construction begins Monday on Portsmouth's African Burying Ground Memorial
- NH expanded Medicaid coverage now in effect
Seacoast Online
- Governor Hassan marks health care program launch
- New Hampshire getting fishery disaster help
Union Leader
- Overdoses in Manchester continue, business challenging shutdown
- Market Basket customers stay loyal to workers
- Creative ways to finance rail in NH pushed
- EEE discovered in Londonderry
- Store licenses pulled over spice concerns
- Another reporter leaves ever quieter State House press room
- Businesses hope for another strong tourism weekend
- Market Basket managers refuse to take down signs
- Coverage begins under expanded Medicaid program
- Pease redevelopment anticipated due to refueling tanker project
Citizen of Laconia
- Senate candidate wants issues at forefront in race
Concord Monitor
- Market Basket workers ignore yet another ultimatum
- Attorney General recuses himself from latest Hassan complaint
Conway Daily Sun
- U.S. Senate candidates rumble in Conway
- EEE found in NH, officials say to take precautions
Keene Sentinel
- Shaheen political event focuses on seniors, draws chicken
- Kuster meets with senior citizens in Peterborough
Nashua Telegraph
- Town hall-style meetings on the decline in NH
- EEE shows up in NH, but no sign of West Nile virus so far
- Small Business Administration aims to turn NH veterans into entrepreneurs

Aug. 15, 2014
- Governor Hassan declares emergency in wake of 'Spice' overdoses
- Republicans meet for Senate debate in Conway
- Mazzaglia sentenced to life in prison for murder of UNH student
- Pathogen hits NH basil, putting pesto in peril
- J.D. Salinger's Cornish home up for sale
Seacoast Online
- Market Basket: Remove all protest signage now
- 34 overdoses in 24 hours in Manchester
- Gov. Hassan declares emergency after synthetic pot overdoses
Union Leader
- Hassan declares State of Emergency over use of 'spice'
- State puts out the call for corrections officers
- Economy, job creation among topics tackled at Derry candidates forum
- At No. Conway forum, Republican senatorial hopefuls agree that each is better choice than Shaheen
- Kuster celebrates Social Security's 79 years in Peterborough
- NHGOP robocalls over Hassan's labor contributions
- Market Basket CEOs order store directors to remove anti-store signs
- State of emergency declared because of drug overdoses
- Mazzaglia called a coward during sentencing
- Firefighters endorse Innis in 1st District
- Republican U.S. Rep. candidate Lambert goes up with 1st TV ad
Citizen of Laconia
- State of Emergency declared after drug overdoses
Concord Monitor
- Shaheen gets endorsement of Alliance for Retired Americans
- Election 2014: What you need to know for the Sept. 9 primary
- Hassan declares state of emergency amid synthetic pot overdoses
- Boutin responds to bar video, apologizes for lapse in judgment
- NHMS offering free NASCAR tickets to Market Basket employees
- Top candidates take stage at Derry forum
Foster's Daily Democrat
- UNH outdooor pool advocates wonder if it will be built at all
- Lizzi’s family finally has its say
- Rail line gets $1.4M for freight service
Keene Sentinel
- Governor declares state of emergency as drug overdoses spiral
- Keene woman elected to RNC panel focused on debates
- Shaheen to visit Keene, discuss Social Security
Nashua Telegraph
- Hassan declares state of emergency following overdoses of synthetic marijuana product called Smacked!
- Lambert’s first TV ad slams Garcia for supporting amnesty

Aug. 14, 2014
- Manchester city officials explore banning sale of synthetic drug 'Spice'
- Despite neighbors' concerns, ice rink 'a go' in Portsmouth
Seacoast Online
- Innis running for Congress because 'Washington is broken'
- Power plant petitioners aim to shut down Schiller
- NH unemployment rate stays at 4.4%
Union Leader
- State Sen. David Boutin apologizes for lapse in judgment
- Mass. Gov. Patrick wades into Market Basket fray
- Heavy rain saturates NH in a matter of two hours
- Dan Tuohy's Granite Status: Garcia vs. Lambert 'has devolved into nasty politics'
- City shuts down 3 stores after spice overdoses
- Longest covered bridge in NH set to reopen Thursday
Concord Monitor
- Speaking up about suicide can save lives, local mental health advocates say
- Republican U.S. Senate candidates weigh on in climate change, energy policy and Northern Pass
- Concord and Manchester police report spike in synthetic pot overdoses
- Moose permit auction nets $23,500
- NH receives $1 million grant for home visits
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Market Basket feud affects neighboring businesses
Keene Sentinel
- NH Republican candidates for governor face off at debate
- Jim Rubens tries to win over votes as 'reform' candidate
Nashua Telegraph
- NH Attorney General’s office concerned about natural gas line through Hollis conservation easements

Aug. 13, 2014
- Widening of I-93 could change community identities north of Concord
- Cluster of salmonella infections in NH linked to national outbreak, backyard chickens
- Mazzaglia withdraws request to skip sentencing hearing
- Brown defends Obamacare stance at Nashua town hall
- FairPoint union workers picket ahead of next round of bargaining
- Hassan signs victims' protection bills
Seacoast Online
- LTC Partners gives $150K to support Veterans Count
- Grocery workers who walked off job ordered to return
- Lawyers: Abigail Hernandez suffered 'numerous' acts of violence
- Sen. McCain to stump for Scott Brown in NH
- 11 NH salmonella cases linked to Ohio hatchery
Union Leader
- Market Basket tells workers to return by Friday or risk jobs
- In statement, Abby's family says she suffered 'unspeakable violence,' trusts 'justice will be done'
- Keene residents adopted Robin Williams during filming of 'Jumanji'
- City hospitals contend with recent spike in 'Spice' overdoses
- Dan Tuohy's Granite Status: John McCain to campaign for Brown
- Brown, in Nashua, blasts Obamacare
- GOP candidates for governor debate at FPU
- Sen. Shaheen says Canada should be option for prescriptions
- GOP senatorial hopefuls to square off over breakfast
- Police: People smoking spice product prompt emergency calls
- Republicans debate ways to improve NH economy
- Viewing parties planned for Granite State Debates
- Granite Staters remember how Williams touched lives
- McCain to campaign with Brown in NH
- Governor holds ceremony to sign Joshua's Law
- Market Basket workers told to return or lose jobs
Concord Monitor
- Salmonella cases linked to multistate outbreak, health officials say
- GOP’s governor hopefuls square off in NH debate
- Rumford Energy customers – owed $3.3 million – likely to get no money in bankruptcy settlement
- After Camp Spaulding closure, Child and Family Services work to help those affected
Conway Daily Sun
- Hernandez family: Abby suffered 'unspeakable violence' while kidnapped
- U.S. Senate GOP candidates in town for debate Thursday
- Brown: From the campaign trail to the hiking trail
- Shaheen hears seniors' concerns in Salem
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Sen. McCain to stump for Brown in New Hampshire
- Flash flood watch issued for much of New Hampshire
Keene Sentinel
- Robin Williams was a huge hit in Keene in 1994
- 4 Democrats vie for Cheshire County commissioner post
- Lawrence makes his case for seat in Congress
Nashua Telegraph
- One year after her son’s death, Becky Ranes of Amherst celebrates NH’s new domestic violence laws

Aug. 12, 2014
- Medicaid expansion sees 9,400 enrollees leading up to Friday launch
- NOAA study: Cod stocks have reached historic low
- Shea-Porter gets PAC money for opposing PAC money
- Gas prices continue to drop in NH
- Arthur T. Demoulas says terms, not price, preventing a deal to buy Market Basket
Seacoast Online
- Survey: Exeter is NH's safest place
- New concrete woes found at nuke plant
- Nearly 9,400 in NH sign up for expanded Medicaid program
Union Leader
- Despite opposition from Common Core foes, Manchester school standards OK'd
- War of words continues in Market Basket stalemate
- Market Basket directors issue new statement
- Mayday PAC endorses Shea-Porter, begins radio ads for Rubens
Citizen of Laconia
- Oldest resident of New Hampshire Veterans Home dies
Concord Monitor
- Market Basket boycott ripples into neighboring stores, causing layoffs at Warner Aubuchon
- Brown campaign out with new ad on immigration
- Mayday PAC will back Rep. Carol Shea-Porter for her campaign finance reform stance
- Money sought to preserve historic NH properties
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Mazzaglia asks to skip sentencing hearing
- GOP's governor hopefuls set for debate
- Bill signing set on domestic violence, trafficking
- Shaheen meets with seniors, Brown holds town hall
Nashua Telegraph
- Nashua’s Sheehan picks up firefighter endorsement in race for Executive Council
- Affordable Care Act expansion to Medicaid patients begins this week
- Market Basket turmoil pushes NH staffing firm into bankruptcy

Aug. 11, 2014
- Republican Senate candidates 'stump on a stump' in Concord
- New monument to Capt. John Smith to be dedicated in Rye
Seacoast Online
- Japan honors city group tied to 1905 peace treaty
- Codfish numbers at key fishery hits all-time low
Union Leader
- Arthur T. issues latest salvo, says Market Basket purchase terms are 'onerous'
- Market Basket begins drastic cut-backs in employee hours
Concord Monitor
- As state moves forward with Medicaid Care Management transition, some worry about impact on care
- Write-in candidate joins race for Congressional District 10 Democratic primary
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Dept of Corrections holding job fair
Nashua Telegraph
- Gun lobby fired up over new licensing query

Aug. 10, 2014
Seacoast Online
- Annual count shows loons on the rise in NH
- July numbers: Seacoast real estate 'in full recovery'
Union Leader
- Board members urge Arthur T. to 'end the hostage-taking'
- Market Basket woes add up to part-time workers finding jobs elsewhere
- Supermarket's chain's struggles affecting many businesses
- Waiting game costs Market Basket millions
- Gorham Paper and Tissue Mill up and running...again
- Garry Rayno's State House Dome: Banner year for victims' advocates
- Quebec e-cigarette company expands to Colebrook
- Another person accused of using fake documents to get NH driver's licenses
Concord Monitor
- Capital Beat: Possible presidential candidates building groundwork for 2016
- Scott Brown takes heat from Smith, Rubens, voters at NH Farm Bureau picnic
- Windham split during public hearing about charter school
- Market Basket stalemate has ripple effect across communities
- Officials narrow down sites for regional marijuana dispensary
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Former pig farm to be turned into wildlife habitat
Keene Sentinel
- Lambert makes pitch for Congress
Nashua Telegraph
- Audit: It takes too long to approve or reject NH charter schools
- With early skiing just three months away, NH ski areas are upgrading
- PolitiFact NH: GOP challenger Marilinda Garcia says U.S. Rep. Kuster used taxpayer funds for campaign mail
- Fox News probe heats up Senate race

Aug. 9, 2014
- Great Bay habitat continued decline in 2013
- Former PSNH head Gary Long dies
- 227 part-time Market Basket workers file for unemployment in NH
- Farm-share for fishing program expands in year two
- Federal report: Significant advantages to burying Northern Pass type power lines
Seacoast Online
- Market Basket directors make offer to return Arthur T.
- Local health officials weigh in on Ebola outbreak
- Great Bay eelgrass coverage short of goal
- Walt Havenstein preaches his economic ideals at Sea Hagg Distillery
Union Leader
- Arthur T. rejects board members’ proposal to ‘move on,’ settle strife
- UNH-Manchester poised to expand downtown campus
- Occupy NH loses trespassing conviction appeal
- Former PSNH President Gary Long passes away
- Market Basket directors offer 'path forward' to Arthur T.
- Two Maryland governors to visit NH
- Horn requests information about Hassan ad shot in gov office
Citizen of Laconia
- Governor signs farm bill into law in Tilton
Concord Monitor
- Granite State Farm to Plate bill sets up future legislation for local farming and fishing
- Gary Long, former president of PSNH, dies from sudden illness at age 63
- Judge says property of Nathaniel Kibby, suspect in Abigail Hernandez kidnapping case, can stay put
- NH special court dedicated for veterans holds first session
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Dover issues reminder about rules for political advertising
Keene Sentinel
- Bob Smith makes pitch for U.S. Senate
Nashua Telegraph
- Market Basket part-timers may be eligible for health insurance, unemployment
- Harbor Homes gets federal grant as it nears opening of upgraded health center
- Former PSNH president Gary Long dies of ‘sudden illness’

Aug. 8, 2014

- With their hours cut, part-time Market Basket workers pledge to keep fighting
- Hassan campaign returns $33K in improper contributions
- 10 week start-up school targets start-up dreamers
- Gorham paper plant to reopen but with far fewer workers
Seacoast Online
- Part-time Market Basket workers see hours reduced to zero
- NH court docket for veterans to hold first session
- Report: NH residents spend more on food, gasoline
Union Leader
- Impact from Market Basket layoffs felt across New Hampshire
- No official request for NH to take illegal kids
- Londonderry development called NH's 'most significant'
- Seized bagpipes to be returned to piping pair
- Local officials react to President's authorization of force in Iraq
- Romney taking active role in 2014 campaigns
- U.S. Senate historian: By tradition Bob Smith would not be senior senator if he wins
Concord Monitor
- Hassan campaign returns additional $9,000 in contributions
- Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley to headline Senate Democrats’ fundraiser this month
- NH ski areas upgrade lifts, trails, snowmaking
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Market Basket tells part-timers there is no work for them
- Hassan seeks conservative budget proposals
Nashua Telegraph
- NH governor asks agency heads for even budgets, ideas to streamline operations
- Hemingway looks to shake up NH’s business taxes in race for governor
- Hassan urges Market Basket workers to apply for jobless benefits
- NH ranks 16th in clean technology index

Aug. 7, 2014

- Local farmers scale up sharing software and truck
- With city approval, UNH Manchester prepares for move
- No decision on evidence in Abigail Hernandez kidnapping case
- June foreclosure numbers show steady improvement
- NH Air National Guard officially chosen for 12 new aerial refueling tankers
- Mitt Romney endorses Walt Havenstein
Seacoast Online
- Pease first base to house KC-46A refueling tankers
- Judge considers moving evidence in Abigail Hernandez case
Union Leader
- NH mourns general with ties to Granite State
- Few applicants for Market Basket jobs amid ongoing protest
- New air refueling tankers to bring jobs, prestige to Pease
- Dan Tuohy's Granite Status: Sen. Boutin: Campaign's been spoofed
- Flags to be flown at half staff in honor of former NH First Lady
- Market Basket CEOs say shipments of perishables will continue
- Brown remembers slain general as good leader
- Pease picked for new air refueling tankers
- NH agricultural industry sees boost due to Market Basket dispute
- Romney backs GOP candidate Walt Havenstein
- Brown once voted for in-state tuition for those in US illegally, now campaigns against it
- Hassan begins TV advertising for re-election
Citizen of Laconia
- County budget dispute goes to court
Concord Monitor
- Skeptics aside, Texas’s Perry marching toward 2016
- Sexual assault prevention – at college and before – discussed at Kuster roundtable
- Legislation sparked by hepatitis C outbreak signed into law
- DES issues no-swim advisory for Long Pond in Henniker
- Loudon farmer Howard Pearl drops bid for state Senate
Conway Daily Sun
- Shaheen touts tourism and new VA bill in Cranmore visit
- Hemingway kicks off statewide tour Thursday, starts in MWV
- Brown campaigns hard - against Shaheen
- Cyanobacteria closes some local beaches
- Market Basket supervisors ask AGs for help, job-seekers booed
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Pease named base for KC-46A refueling jets
- Youth conference addresses foster care transition
- Congressional delegation joins in on Sea-3 propane controversy
Keene Sentinel
- Spirits still upbeat, but aisles empty at local Market Basket stores
- Hancock to host Republican candidates
Nashua Telegraph
- UNH-Manchester moving to Pandora building in Queen City
- UNH and state community college link admissions programs
- Market Basket fight is an example of how mixing family and business can be complicated
- Busy day for NH governor’s race with money returned, big name endorsement
- Normalcy returning to NH foreclosure numbers

Aug. 6, 2014
- Forced overtime exhausts prison officers, costs millions
- Market Basket workers hold largest rally to date
- Walt Havenstein targets business profits tax for reductions
- Dual admissions offered for UNH and Great Bay Community College
- Canadian e-cigarette firm to open plant in Colebrook
- First fire training facility north of the notches to open
- Gov. Hassan nominates I.T., tourism department heads
- Gov. Hassan: No large expenditures after July drop in revenue
Seacoast Online
- UNH, Great Bay team up in dual admissions program
- Council resolution backs Market Basket workers
- NH warns some swimmers of poor water quality
- GOP primary candidate debates scheduled
Union Leader
- Sunapee Lake latest NH beach impacted by bacteria; cleared for swimming Tues.
- In Salem, Scott Brown talks immigration, and his continued opposition to the ACA
- Granite Status: Democrats eye a state senate write-in
- NH teens' bagpipes seized at US-Canada border over ivory
- Garcia up 23 points in her internal poll
- Market Basket workers, customers rally at company headquarters
- Gubernatorial candidate's fundraiser to celebrate Second Amendment
- Portsmouth politicians push for sound barriers along I-95
Citizen of Laconia
- Hassan hosts 'Live Free and Start' roundtable
- Governor honors residents for work in community
Concord Monitor
- Havenstein, Hemingway share ideas for growing state’s economy
- New Hampshire business tax revenue down for July
- Shaheen airs new ad focused on veterans health care
- Ground-breaking planned for new women’s prison in Concord
Conway Daily Sun
- Shaheen to tour Cranmore Mountain Wednesday
- Sandown, Pelham beaches under cyanobacteria advisories
- Bears frequent visitors at one NH campground
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Gubernatorial hopeful Havenstein launches Dover series of Republican town hall sessions
- Ross explains personal endorsement of David Watters for state senator
Keene Sentinel
- Keene State College launches program to develop young business leaders
Nashua Telegraph
- Havenstein says economic plan would restore NH Advantage
- Havenstein says more nuclear should be in future energy mix
- Hassan puts large spending on hold after state revenues sink
- Local businesses show support for solar energy

Aug. 5, 2014
- Gov. Hassan OKs new charitable gaming regulations
- Scott Brown kicks off town hall meeting series Tuesday in Salem
- Executive Council weighs higher threshold for state contracts
- Last year saw fewer hospital infections
- Market Basket deadline day; What are the legal options
Seacoast Online
- Fire chief gives evaluation of Sea-3 danger
- Healthcare-associated infections on the decline
- USS Scranton arrives at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard
- Market Basket CEOs say employees face 'safety concerns'
- Gov. Hassan signs charity gambling oversight law
- Gas prices continue to fall in New Hampshire
- FairPoint workers continue under expired contract
Union Leader
- Exeter Hospital faces lawsuit from latest drug diversion case
- Havenstein: 25,000 new jobs by 2017
- Market Basket job fair proves a quiet event
- Workers protest Market Basket job fair
- Town hall meetings increasingly uncommon in campaigns
- New guidelines discourage sweets in school bake sales
- Kuster begins airing 1st campaign ad of cycle
- NH Dems try to draft candidate for Boutin's state Senate seat
Citizen of Laconia
- Scott Brown: 'I want to be part of the solution'
Concord Monitor
- Legislation increases pressure on colleges to prevent, react to sexual assault
- Democrats trying to recruit Manchester lawyer for state Senate District 16
- Kuster releases first ad, filmed at Woodstock Brewery, in the District 2 Congressional race
- Gov. Hassan signs charity gambling oversight law
- Market Basket workers feeling the pinch
Foster's Daily Democrat
- New drug task force surprised by amount of heroin on streets
- New biz council taking part in business roundtable
- Hassan nominating info technology, tourism heads
- NH getting $1M grant to help home visit services
Nashua Telegraph
- Customers trying to stay loyal to Market Basket while still getting the items on their grocery list
- Environmental services warns against contact with Ottarnic Pond
- Hassan signs bill getting tougher on charity gambling
- Nashua hospitals do well in measure of health-related infections
- New Hampshire getting 2nd fire academy

Aug. 4, 2014
- FairPoint union contract expires with no new agreement
- S'more than tradition: Summer camps bring big dollars to the Granite State
- Catherine Gregg, former NH first lady, dies
Seacoast Online
- Arthur T. Demoulas offers to run Market Basket during negotiations
- Increase in fatal police shootings raises alarm
- FairPoint workers continue under expired contract
- Ex-New Hampshire First Lady Catherine Gregg dies
Union Leader
- Paralympians make first wheelchair ascent of Mount Washington Auto Road
- Bacteria levels lead to swimming bans at state beaches
- Hudson Republican hopes to unseat Ann Kuster
- LakeFest unofficially breaks Guinness World Record
- Ousted Market Basket CEO offers to return
Concord Monitor
- Group net metering expands the possibility of solar power in the state
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Last day for gov to decide on bills
- Environmental groups to discuss solar energy
Keene Sentinel
- Sen. Jeanne Shaheen talks VA reform bill and drug treatment
Nashua Telegraph
- Catherine Gregg, ex-New Hampshire first lady and former Nashua resident, dies
- State’s final bills from 2014 await Gov. Maggie Hassan’s decision

Aug. 3, 2014

Seacoast Online
- Millions flowing into state's U.S. Senate race
- Survey: NH residents feel good about state economy
- Gov signs pre-buy fuel contracts bill
Union Leader
- Former NH first lady Catherine Gregg dies
- Opponent criticizes Hassan over late campaign contributions
- Drones and privacy remain debated issues in state, nation
- Farmers' markets at height of season, offering vast variety of items
- Woolly mammoth tooth discovered in New Hampshire
Concord Monitor
- Videos emerge that drive petitions against Northern Pass
- Capital Beat: Hassan, state employees union clash over veto
- Program for prisoners’ kids scaled back this year
- NH election officials prepare for primary
Nashua Telegraph
- Nashua to become part of NH farm-share program for fishermen
- NH gov signs bills dealing with tollbooth photos, social media, restraining children
- Shaheen visits Nashua’s Broad Street Parkway construction site
- NH governor’s vetoes more about style than substance

Aug. 2, 2014

- Gov. Hassan's campaign ordered to return $24K in contributions
- Food pantries benefit from Market Basket woes
- Cruz attacks Shaheen on support for immigration bill
Seacoast Online
- New law to ban handheld devices while driving
- AG to Hassan: Return $24K donation
- Sen. Cruz attacks Shaheen on immigration
- Beavers causing problems at NH state park
- 5th annual ATV festival in New Hampshire
Union Leader
- Fired Market Basket workers plan to sue company
- Rap parody becomes an anthem for Market Basket protesters
- NH veterans soon can access medical care at private, non VA providers
- 13 undocumented children in NH
- State AG's ruling: Gov. Maggie Hassan must return $24K
- Illegal immigrant arrested by state police after trying to obtain NH driver's license
- AG rules that Gov. Hassan's electoral PAC give back $24K
- Ayotte, Shaheen say new bill should help veterans get treatment
- Sudanese family 'very tired,' thankful for freedom
- Texas Sen. Cruz attacks Shaheen on immigration
Concord Monitor
- AG: Hassan campaign must return $24,000 donation
- Faculty, admin at odds over reason for NHTI cuts
- NH officials happy Senate replenished Highway Trust Fund
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Despite firing threat, Market Basket workers aren't worried
- Homeless program receives $30,000 grant
Keene Sentinel
- Franklin Pierce University credit rating downgraded
Nashua Telegraph
- New law protects NH prebuy heating fuel contracts
- Sens. Ayotte, Shaheen in Merrimack to talk about veterans health legislation
- Hassan ordered to return $24,000 after NH AG ruling

Aug. 1, 2014

- Attorneys general to Market Basket leadership: Be mind of state employment laws
- Tesla plans to put supercharger in Portsmouth
- Chris Christie stumps for Havenstein in Nashua
- Four community health centers to share $921,000 in federal funds
Seacoast Online
- Attorneys general watch out for Market Basket workers
- Christie makes 2nd summer stop in NH
- Social media helps find 11-year-old boy
Union Leader
- Meriam Ibrahim welcomed to NH; family says U.S. is offering asylum
- Market Basket customers mobilize to help workers
- Christie supports Havenstein's gubernatorial bid at BAE
- Havenstein says he has always opposed Obamacare, though company he led was paid to implement parts of it
- Marina dealers say boat sales are on the rise
- Woman who faced death over faith arrives in NH
- State AGs say they're keeping eye on Market Basket situation
- Governor Christie visits Granite State again
Concord Monitor
- AGs Joe Foster, Martha Coakley write to Market Basket after threats to fire workers
- Sudan woman who faced death over faith lands in U.S.
- Senate passes VA reform bill, including key provision meant to benefit NH veterans
- Chris Christie, stumping for gubernatorial candidate Walt Havenstein, defends record
- Ayotte a target vote for new gun, domestic violence legislation
- Hassan emails Market Basket directors
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Man seeks dismissal of charges from book protest
- Michael Zaino touts drug prosecution in his bid for Rockingham county attorney
Nashua Telegraph
- Havenstein stumps with Christie in tow
- GOP candidate for governor Walt Havenstein faces criticism for profiting off Affordable Care Act
- New Hampshire, Mass. attorneys general ask Market Basket officials to be ‘mindful’ of decisions, including terminations
- Final 2013-14 state revenues dip though $3 million over forecast
- Hudson Republican Jim Lawrence looks to bring business experience to Washington

July 31, 2014

- Woolly mammoths in NH? Yes!
- 2nd Congressional District GOP contenders: What they say about Northern Pass
- How low are Market Basekt's prices, really?
- Federal Export Bank debate sparks concerns in NH
- Market Basket to employees: Get back to work by Monday or you're fired
- Gov. Hassan says 166 NH businesses awarded R&D tax credit
Seacoast Online
- Market Basket workers face ultimatum
Union Leader
- Hooksett and Manchester take first step toward future high school deal
- Canobie Lake Park shuts down popular ride
- Two GOP heavyweights try to get NH fired up about 2014 elections
- Garcia, Lambert clash during GOP District 2 congressional debate
- Manchester-based refugee group says it's too early to expand to Seacoast
- Ayotte helps introduce college sexual assault bill
- Some NH veterans spend months on VA waiting list
- Republicans asked to sign conservative group's pledge
Concord Monitor
- Ayotte introduces bill to curb sexual assaults on campus
- U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen seeks to expand contraceptive coverage for military servicewomen, family members
- Candidates sign AFP pledge to cut taxes, oppose Obamacare
- Market Basket turmoil disrupts plans for Warner liquor outlet
- Garcia, Lambert square off on finances, climate change in District 2 Republican primary debate
- NH 2nd District candidates debate
- Market Basket to hold job fairs
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Brown says we are losing the NH advantage
- Christie makes 2nd summer stop in New Hampshire
Nashua Telegraph
- Executives order Market Basket employees back to work as customer support buoys protesters
- 2nd district congressional debate gets feisty
- NH Civil Air Patrol praised by evaluators

July 30, 2014
- NH farmers markets see spike as Market Basket protest continues
- Bail set at $1M for Gorham man charged in Hernandez kidnapping
- Upper Valley manufacturer is hiring - and training - many
Seacoast Online
- Rubens separates himself from the pack
- Perry: NH should be embarrassed by Sen. Shaheen
- Gov. Hassan vetoes bill on state audit process
Union Leader
- Gorham man arraigned for kidnapping Abigail Hernandez, but details remain scarce
- Market Basket community waits and watches
- N.J. Gov. Christie to campaign for Havenstein in Nashua
- Market Basket board members weighing 'several bids'
- Granite State liquor sales reach record high
Citizen of Laconia
- Presentation confronts issues female veterans face
Concord Monitor
- At community forum for primary race, District 15 state Senate candidates line up on the issues
- Texas Gov. Perry joins NH GOP for call on border crisis
- Sen. Sharon Carson calls for override of two of Hassan’s four vetoes
- Mayday PAC backs Rubens in Republican U.S Senate primary
- Webster document shredding didn’t break law, county attorney says
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Small claims courts starting online pilot programs
- Republican House hopefuls square off in debate
Nashua Telegraph
- Hassan vetoes access to privileged, state agency info
- Bob Smith’s big regret: Voting in favor of the Patriot Act
- NH nonresidential building suffers a blow in June

July 29, 2014
- Gorham man charged with kidnapping Abigail Hernandez
- NH composters say rule change could  stir growth in business
- New law demands transparency from politically active non-profits
- NH liquor sales hit record levels
- Initiative aims to bring more lawyers to 'heaven' of rural New Hampshire
- Hassan vetoes workplace anti-bullying bill
Seacoast Online
- Market Basket protest depleting shelves, sales
- Gov. Hassan vetoes workplace bullying bill
- Mom on NH teen's 9-month absence: She wasn't pregnant
Union Leader
- Supermarkets contend with influx of Market Basket shoppers
- Severe weather strikes across Granite State
- Union slams Hassan veto of 'positive work environment' bill
- Arrest made in Abby Hernandez case
- Market Basket board meets as discontent continues
- 53 new historic, natural-resource projects looking for funding
- Campaign volunteer says officer told her she had to register
Concord Monitor
- Governor vetoes workplace bullying bill
- NHTI cuts 14 positions to close $3 million shortfall
- Hassan signs human trafficking, cell phone bills
- Brown calls for securing the border in new ad
- New Hampshire Employment Security hosting job fairs today in Laconia, on Friday in Franklin
- Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire endorses Feltes for state Senate
- County attorney hopeful hasn't voted since 2008
- Shaheen hosts bridge roundtable in Pelham
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Shoppers go elsewhere to protest Market Basket and back workers
- Talks set for FairPoint Communications and union
- Farmers hurt by Market Basket dispute
- NAACP Seacoast backs Watters
Nashua Telegraph
- State liquor sales hit new record ($626 million); two Nashua stores in Top 10 list
- Market Basket has started donating perishable goods to food banks
- Former V.P. of National Grid NH now president of Liberty Utilities NH
- Scott Brown cuts ties with former Nashua supporter over ‘deeply offensive’ letter
- Hassan vetoes juvenile justice bill
- NH Governor Maggie Hassan vetoes bullying bill
- June NH home sales surpass 2005 record

July 28, 2014
- Merrimack seismograph registers high on the interest scale
Seacoast Online
- NH students press for college loan relief
- No booze for DC folks? New Hampshire may fix law
Union Leader
- Developer says proposed LNG plant in Groveton 'on hold'
- E-cigarettes find a market in NH
- Real estate transfer tax proposal pulled off table
- Brown becomes first U.S. Senate candidate in nation to run ad on immigration crisis
- Other stores try to meet demand during Market Basket boycott
- Big plans for re-development of Balsams Resort
Concord Monitor
- Lake Host program aims to stop spread of invasive Asian clams in NH
Foster's Daily Democrat
- UNH NHAES researchers work to save endangered Cottontail
- New Hampshire groups show support for power plan
- Union: No progress in FairPoint contract talks
Nashua Telegraph
- Rivier University facelift coming along; new look to include stately signage
- Senate GOP leaders cool to Medicaid expansion

July 27, 2014
- Holderness 'Thanks a Vet' BBQ a draw for Republican primary hopefuls
- Lebanon, NH, named a 'Top 10 Small Town'
Seacoast Online
- Seabrook police move ahead after alleged brutality
Union Leader
- Protesting workers nix Market Basket amnesty
- Disabled vets now getting first dibs at program under contract with Easter Seals
- Governor, U.S. senators praise Easter Seals' support of NH vets
- R-e-s-p-e-c-t spells success for NH family run businesses
- NH gubernatorial candidate Hemingway favors business flat tax, smaller state government
- Rye insurance expert to be liaison between former LGC subsidiaries, regulator
Concord Monitor
- Capital Beat: Republicans, Democrats mark battleground in race to control state Senate
- Questions linger after missing teen returns home
Conway Daily Sun
- AG asks for patience but says answers to questions about Abby will come
- Windham charter school opts for local approval
Keene Sentinel
- Bass endorses Brown in Keene
Nashua Telegraph
- Father’s group helps NH families cope with addiction
- PolitiFact: Group says NH gas tax enacted when prices were ‘skyrocketing’
- NH farms wary of piglet-killing virus
- ‘Hidden’ real estate tax: Fodder for frontal election-year assault in NH

July 26, 2014
- Law barring out-of-state students from voting ruled unconstitutional
- Market Basket board to 'seriously consider' ousted CEO's proposal to buy chain
- Immigrant literacy connects cultures and generations
Seacoast Online
- 10,00 workers rally as Arthur T. Demoulas' offer weighed
- Gov. Hassan seeks federal evaluation of Pan Am rails
- Judge rules NH voter residency law unconstitutional
Union Leader
- Thousands of Market Basket employees rally; company board issues statement on purchase offer, reaffirms support for new CEOs
- 2012 voter registration law null — for now
- NH firefighters headed west to help fight forest fires
- Mother: Abby Hernandez tired and in deteriorated health
- Judge rules voter residency law unconstitutional
Concord Monitor
- Former LGC entities agree to tentative arrangement including more state oversight
- Judge rules voter registration conditions illegal
- Right-to-work law promoted in NH
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Congolese refugees to resettle in region
- Market Basket feud sparks workers' revolt
Keene Sentinel
- Authorities see drugs as common thread running through many recent thefts
Nashua Telegraph
- NH puts hold on ER policy under Medicaid expansion

July 25, 2014
- Members of Congress worry propane rail shipments could harm Great Bay
- NH Insurance Department seeks to redefine network adequacy
- Fiorina PAC looks to mobilize women for GOP
Seacoast Online
- Fiorina exhorts nation's potential while addressing rotary club
Union Leader
- Workers pulling for ex-Market Basket CEO's buyout bid; rally planned Friday before board meeting
- NH man's wife flies to Rome, meets Pope Francis after giving birth on death row in Sudan
- Nashua celebration in the works for Medal of Honor recipient
- Right-to-work legislation pushed at Manchester event
- Investigators release sketch of man who may have driven Abigail away
- Family of Sudanese woman released from prison overjoyed she's returning
- Right-to-work may get new life next year
- Poll: Family finances most common topic of discussion in NH
Concord Monitor
- Farmers markets, local stores benefit from Market Basket shortages
- NH relative welcomes woman’s release from Sudan
- Shaheen, Brown fundraising reports detail donors, spending
- Ardinger, Feltes collect endorsements from female supporters in District 15 state Senate race
- Longtime NH Market Basket manager speaks out
- Gloves are off in 2nd Congressional District GOP primary
- Increased numbers of NH girls get cervical cancer vaccine
- NH works on insurance network rules
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Investigators release sketch of man linked to teen’s disappearance
- Former lawmaker honored for starting state Lottery
- Judge delays abortion clinic buffer zone argument
- Shea-Porter welcomes woman's release from Sudan
Keene Sentinel
- Keene city councilors urged to take action on youth drug problem
Nashua Telegraph
- Hassan called out on real estate tax
- Study: Right to Work law would mean more jobs
- NH businesses surveyed on health care decisions

July 24, 2014
- Two Seabrook officers fired after police brutality investigation
- Medical marijuana advocates unhappy with slow implementation of NH law
- Power lines, railroads may help New England Cottontail population
Seacoast Online
- Seabrook Police officers disciplined in brutality case
- Running nun, clinic director at forefront of buffer zone debate
- Market Basket rally expected to intensify leading up to board meeting
- Legislators seek study of impact of Sea-3 on Great Bay
- Businesswomen get boost with bill
- Third NH loon death linked to lead poisoning
Union Leader
- Celebrations for Abby on hold
- Potential deal between ex-LGC subsidiaries, regulators
- AG says March fatal shooting in Rochester justified
- GOP candidates Guinta, Innis square off during debate
- Market Basket workers continue protests over ouster of CEO
- NH school takes innovative approach to kids with ADHD
- List of NH legislators who support Market Basket employees
- Analysis: Latest health care rulings are less dramatic for NH than it appears
Citizen of Laconia
- Commissioners discuss county electric contract
- Tilton Market Basket protests for ousted CEO
- Concerns expressed by public regarding Bike Week
Concord Monitor
- Market Baskets in Tilton, Warner running out of produce amid companywide protests
- DNA analysis: Power line rights of way may help New England cottontail
- Patients, advocates ask state to speed up implementation of medical marijuana law
- Republicans Innis, Guinta, Kelly debate on radio program
Conway Daily Sun
- Brown campaign announces over 100 North Country and Lake Region supporters
- Market Basket dispute benefits local farms
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Police warning residents of IRS phone scam
- Work continues on insurance network rules
Keene Sentinel
- Peterborough voters overwhelmingly say yes to solar array project
Nashua Telegraph
- Analysts see bleak outcomes in Market Basket struggle
- 1st District GOP hopefuls split over Patriot Act, raising gas taxes
- NH argues abortion clinic buffer zone is legal
- Manchester-Nashua foreclosure rates continue to fall

July 23, 2014

- Bare shelves, high spirits as Market Basket employees continue rally
- Investigators ask for public's help in ongoing Abigail Hernandez investigation
- UNH reports record fundraising year
- NH Civil Liberties Union suit argues new law shuts out third parties
- NH drops to fourth in Kids Count ranking
Seacoast Online
- 41 lawmakers sign statement calling for Market Basket boycott
- UNH fundraising nets record $49.2 million
- Woman fined while rescuing ducks on Route 101
- Lister waiting on response from Hassan regarding Sea-3
- New Hampshire to celebrate 100 years of primary
- Suit challenges NH law on ballot access
- Town seeks answers after return of missing teen Abigail Hernandez
Union Leader
- Abby's home, but answers aren't as police ask public for help
- Manchester panel OKs new academic standards, despite Common Core criticism
- Tempers flare as Market Basket protests continue
- Excitement, questions greet missing girl's return
- Market Basket workers continue push to bring back fired CEO
- NH children's well-being declining as poverty rate grows, survey says
Concord Monitor
- Concord Market Basket employees encourage customer boycott
- Officials: NH residents won’t immediately lose health insurance tax credits because of court rulings
- With loophole in bylaws, New Hampshire Young Democrats endorse Dan Feltes for state senate
- District 15 Democratic primary candidates set schedule for joint events
- State argues abortion clinic buffer zone is legal
- NHCLU lawsuit targets procedure for third-party access to ballot
Conway Daily Sun
- Abby's return remains a mystery
- Smith believes experience matters in Washington
- Market Basket shoppers turn to other stores
- Mass. ranked first, NH fourth in Kids Count report
- Warning for E-Z Pass users
Foster's Daily Democrat
- Motorists honk to show support for Market Basket employees
Keene Sentinel
- Winchester likely to face flood repair bill without federal help
- Mum's the word at local Market Basket stores
Nashua Telegraph
- Hollis, Brookline and Pepperell unite in march against pipeline
- NH libertarians challenge new limit on gathering nomination papers
- Parties cast blame as NH slips in Kids Count rankings
- What Obamacare’s dueling rulings mean: A NH explainer
- Report: Great Recession took its toll on NH kids

July 22, 2014
- Abigail Hernandez back home with family
- UNH Manchester waits on city to approve building deal
- North Country hospitals form umbrella group to explore lowering costs
Seacoast Online
- Market Basket shoppers could launch boycott as feud continues
- Shaheen meets with Veterans Affairs nominee
- Missing NH teen Abigail Hernandez reunited with family
Union Leader
- Market Basket customers gather in Portsmouth to support workers
- Missing since October, Abby Hernandez is home
- Settlement reached between Groton Wind and state AG's office
- In North Country, hospitals ink deal to join forces
- Nashua Medal of Honor recipient: 'There was valor everywhere'
- NH businesses benefit from statewide tax-credit program
- Four NH state parks celebrate 50th anniversary
- NH children's well-being declining as poverty rate grows, survey says
- Missing N. Conway girl back home safely
- Market Basket stores running low on supplies
Citizen of Laconia
- Senate hopeful holds Laconia Town Hall Forum
- Shea-Porter talks business with female entrepreneurs
Concord Monitor
- Market Basket employees fighting for ousted CEO
- Obama bestows Medal of Honor on Nashua veteran
- Missing North Conway teen home after 9 months
- After a decade as No. 1, New Hampshire falls to No. 4 in annual Kids Count survey
- Shaheen meets privately with VA secretary nominee McDonald
Conway Daily Sun
- Missing teen Abigail Hernandez reunited with family
- NH workers, shoppers wonder about Market Basket future
- NH veteran awarded Medal of Honor
Keene Sentinel
- Brown campaigns in Hancock
- Peterborough holding special meeting to vote on solar array
- Region's Market Baskets missing deliveries; customers express support for employees
Nashua Telegraph
- Customers, employees frustrated at bare shelves, uncertainty as Market Basket strike continues
- Nashua man awarded Medal of Honor
- New Hampshire slides back in KIDS COUNT national ranking
- GOP candidate for governor ran firm while PAC gave $512K to Democrats
- Gas prices falling in New Hampshire
- 4 North Country hospitals take step toward affiliation

July 21, 2014

- Can NH's new campaign finance rules hold up in court?
- Nashua man to be awarded Congressional Medal of Honor at White House today
Seacoast Online
- Food running out as Market Basket workers keep up fight
- Lawn fertilizer taints estuary
- $6M in tax credits to go toward community projects
- National Guard support program caught in debate
- In preliminary count, FairPoint strike authorized
Union Leader
- Police say North Country motor vehicle deaths down
- New Hampshire unlikely to get extra food stamp funds
- Republican congressional candidate Lambert says he'd serve only 3 terms
- Nashua soldier to be awarded Medal of Honor
- Shelves empty as Market Basket strike continues
Concord Monitor
- Local Market Baskets still missing deliveries, customers express support for employees
- Top NH political races heat up
Keene Sentinel
- Prescription cards save Monadnock Region residents thousands
Nashua Telegraph
- Shea-Porter bill looks at bat disease

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Family, NH officials confirm death of kidnapped journalist James Foley

NHPR — 8/20/2014

The mother of kidnapped New Hampshire journalist James Foley says her son gave his life trying to expose the world to the suffering of the Syrian people.
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LFDA Virtual Town Hall — 8/20/2014

Andrew Hemingway doesn’t hesitate to share his ideas for New Hampshire – even when he knows you’ll be skeptical. Take his flat tax plan. It would reduce taxes on businesses and start taxing local governments and nonprofits. It’s a major restructuring of the state’s tax policy, which is bound to turn heads and raise eyebrows.


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March 1, 2014
Union Leader: John DiStaso's Granite Status: Effective Legislators
September 12, 2013
Citizen of Laconia: Many in NH believe full day kindergarten should not be required
August 23, 2013
NHBR: Should genetically modified food be labeled?
August 10, 2013
Seacoast Online: New Hampshire should put labels on genetically modified food
May 22, 2013
Citizen of Laconia: Casino gambling slightly favored, but New Hampshire is hardly 'all in'
April 5, 2013
NHBR: Should state aid recipients be drug-tested?
February 21, 2013

NHBR: Should NH raise its minimum wage?
January 12, 2013
Union Leader: Should NH reinstate the 10 cents tobacco tax it cut?
November 1, 2012
WGIR: LFDA interview with Paul Westcott
August 17, 2012
Concord Monitor: Bonfire of pledges to be held tonight; Just trying to help (letter to the editor)
August 16, 2012
Union Leader: NH property taxes not what some claim they are
August 15, 2012
Union Leader: Alliance says PolitiFact stretched 'truth' on property tax ranking
July 27, 2012
Foster's Daily Democrat: Disclose act not a panacea, but ... 
April 26, 2012
Laconia Citizen: Popularity of medicinal, recreational marijuana appears to be growing
April 8, 2012
Seacoast Online: Granite Staters support same-sex marriage
January 8, 2012 Mitt maintains steady pace in Concord
December 29, 2011

Seacoast Online: First-in-the-nation primary is a privilege
December 25, 2011
Seacoast Online: What do Granite Staters really think about guns?
December 16, 2011 Bachmann impresses in GOP debate, The Battle of Romney
November 30, 2011 There will be blood
November 11, 2011
Union Leader: Portsmouth Herald given First Amendment award
September 14, 2011
Seacoast Online: Thorsen brings Free State pledge to Portsmouth council race
July 9, 2011
Keene Sentinel: Facebook meets free speech
February 26, 2010
Business NH Magazine: Live Free or Die: More than a motto
February 22, 2010
Seacoast Online: Alliance aims to empower citizens
February 17, 2010
NH Insider: Gregg Rejects Expanded Gambling during LFDA Webcast
February 14, 2010
Concord Monitor: No debates (Shira Schoenberg column)
February 12, 2010
Seacoast Online: Alliance sets up Web forums to engage N.H

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