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Act of God or municipal malfunction? Jan. 7 water main break leaves family carless

by Carol Robidoux in News 1

I’m no legal expert. But when I hear “act of God,” I think about hurricanes and tornadoes, Noah-level floods, plagues of frogs, stuff like that. Especially here in New Hampshire, snow and cold temperatures don’t strike me as an act of God. More like the cold hard latitude and longitude of living in the northeast. We prepare for it. We allow for it when it comes to things like buying a year’s worth of road salt, or setting aside enough money to pay plow drivers overtime during a snow storm. READ MORE

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Community ‘angels’ making spirits bright for 400+ YMCA youth and families

Monday, January 15, 2018 0

From the simple things, such as new clothes and shoes, to making dreams come true with toys such as remote-controlled helicopters and new bikes, The Granite YMCA is proud to announce that more than 400 children this past holiday season benefited from the generosity of more than 30 contributors and YMCA community members. READ MORE

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Board opposes diverting money from public schools via SB 193

Monday, January 15, 2018 0

Discussion at last week’s school committee meeting over pending legislation that will create some kind of financial dent in the annual school budget ended with a vote in favor of allowing Superintendent Bolgen Vargas to send a letter to state legislators in opposition to Senate Bill 193. READ MORE