Tuesday Feb 18
NHDOT chief warns of cuts, says gas tax needed
Transportation Commissioner Chris Clement commended DOT workers as a snowstorm raged outside the hearing room in Concord on Tuesday, but warned lawmakers that he could have to lay off 700 of those workers if the Legislature fails to approve an increase in the state's gasoline tax or a new casino.
Ski Mont Orford, winter fun in a Canadian National Park.
While the province of Alberta has a big name in skiing and boarding circles, there are great winter outdoor sports activities with the allure of foreign travel closer to New England.
New Hampshire Public Radio -
Several Thousand Remain Without Power, More Outages Possible Monday
Several thousand people remain without power in the central and western part of the state following last night's winter storm.
Cape Cod Times
Two injured when car hits utility pole in Dennis
Two New Hampshire residents were injured when their car hit a utility pole on Old Main Street, just east of Route 28, at 10:35 Tuesday morning, Cathy Bartolina, 59, of Orford, N.H., was taking a drink from her water bottle when she lost control of her 2009 Honda Fit and it struck a pole, according to Dennis police Sergeant John Emerson.
'Squeaky wheel' Arnesen finds irony in payouts of Tyco funds payouts
In fact, she now has a radio show called "The Attitude with Arnie Arnesen," on WNHN, 94.7 FM in Concord.