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  1. Sen. Cory Booker visits New Hampshire in preview for 2020Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Concord Monitor

    Sen. Cory Booker, returning to the first-in-the-nation primary state Saturday for a two-day trip that could turn out to be a tuneup for the New Jersey Democrat's potential presidential campaign, said the visit leaves him "a lot more confident in making decisions going forward." But the likely presidential contender was also the main attraction at a house party with activists in Nashua, at the home of longtime former state Sen. Bette Lasky.


  2. N.H. AG's Office: Number of officers with credibility issues has increased since June NEWRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 2 | Concord Monitor

    The list of New Hampshire police with credibility issues has grown by 81 officers since a redacted version of it was released in June, according to the attorney general's office. That list, which includes officers who have engaged in conduct such as lying in court, falsifying evidence or using excessive force, now includes 249 officers, according to a Nov. 15 letter from Senior Assistant Attorney General Geoffrey Ward.


  3. For new, young lawmakers, work-life balance just got a lot harderRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 30 | Concord Monitor

    The 30-year-old Manchester resident, newly elected in Hillsborough's District 11, took a break from work over the summer to focus on her campaign, netting the highest vote count in the two-seat district. But as salaries go, the Legislature's $100 yearly stipend is not going to cut it, and now Klein is looking for something more permanent.


  4. For first time, Kuster will serve in Democratic majority in CongressRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    For the first time in her six years serving in Congress, Annie Kuster's about to be in the majority. "I'm excited about that.


  5. Roy Schweiker: A commuter rail quiz for N.H.Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 5, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    Various N.H. politicians who want to sound progressive are promoting commuter rail service to Boston. I can see why this is a good idea for Massachusetts, as they can collect income tax from the workers and sales tax from the shoppers with no need to provide housing for the riders or schools for their kids.


  6. Found in my attic: The Internet! The whole thingRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 29, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    Poking through an old footlocker, I found this 1995 book, the second edition of The Whole Internet User's Guide. Such nostalgia! 1995 was the year the online world really entered public attention.


  7. Federal contracts awarded in New Hampshire, Oct. 19 to Oct. 25Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    The following are the federal contracts awarded to companies located in New Hampshire for the week of Oct. 19 to Oct. 25. BAE Systems Information and Electronic Systems Integration Inc. , Merrimack, won a $716,542 federal contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for R&D effort for the Microsystems Technology Office. PD&E Electronics LLC , North Hampton, won a $49,696 federal contract set aside for small business from the Defense Logistics Agency for semiconductor device rectifiers.


  8. Football: Nashua North 48, Concord 15Read the original story

    Oct 26, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    Highlights: The Titans led 21-0 after the first quarter and handed the Tide a season-ending defeat in Nashua.


  9. On NH trip, Castro says he'll wait until 2019 to announce bid for president NEWRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    Likely Democratic presidential candidate Julian Castro speaks to state legislative candidates and party activists at a New Hampshire Young Democrats house party in Nashua.


  10. State Supreme Court rules in favor of former Weare officerRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    A former Weare police officer's lawsuit against the Hillsborough County Attorney for allegedly withholding public documents will go forward. The New Hampshire Supreme Court reversed a Hillsborough Superior Court judge's ruling that dismissed the case brought by the former officer, Lisa Censabella, against County Attorney Dennis Hogan.


  11. Kuster, Negron differ on Saudi Arabia sanctions NEWRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    Democratic U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster said Tuesday she backs sanctions against Saudi Arabia in response to the possible death of a U.S.-based journalist, while her Republican challenger, Steve Negron, cautioned against rushing to judgment. Kuster, who is seeking a fourth term in the 2nd Congressional District, and Negron, a state lawmaker from Nashua, met for a debate on New Hampshire Public Radio.


  12. Abortion, climate change spotlight differences between Kuster, Negron NEWRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 14, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    The wide policy divide between Democratic Congresswoman Annie Kuster and GOP challenger Steve Negron may best be illustrated by the controversial issue of abortion. It's one of the few issues where Kuster, the three-term incumbent from Hopkinton, believes in less government regulation than Negron, a businessman from Nashua and first-term state representative.


  13. Bloomberg's New Hampshire event fuels White House bid talk NEWRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 13, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    A quick stop by former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg on Saturday in the state that holds the first primary in the race for the White House is sparking more speculation about a possible White House bid by the billionaire media company founder and gun safety advocate. Bloomberg was the main attraction at the get-out-the-vote rally for six candidates running for New Hampshire's state House of Representatives.


  14. Kuster, Negron differences on display at 2nd District debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 11, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    The sharp differences between Democratic Rep. Annie Kuster and her GOP challenger, Steve Negron, were on full display Thursday as the two faced off for the first time in their race for New Hampshire's 2nd Congressional District. The candidates disagreed on issues such as Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, energy costs, climate change and the state's opioid epidemic during a forum at Concord's Grappone Conference Center.


  15. Does that vest have a 600 nanometer dominant wavelength? Must be deer seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 1, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    Hunting seasons are upon us, and New Hampshire Fish and Game is reminding hunters that it's a good idea to wear blaze orange, sometimes called Hunter Orange . Humans can spot this almost-neon color a mile away but it is not obvious to most animals with black-and-white-ish vision, including deer.


  16. Lawsuit alleges Party City denied job to woman with autism NEWRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    A New Hampshire woman who was hoping to land a sales job at Party City was turned down after a manager realized she has autism, according to a federal lawsuit. The woman, Ashley Waxman, was allegedly denied a job at a Party City in Nashua, New Hampshire.


  17. Kuster calls Negron - rubber stamp' for Trump - " is that name calling?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 20, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    As soon as the primary was over, Democratic Rep. Annie Kuster said she wanted a clean fight, then she came out swinging. The day after the election, she invited her challenger, Steve Negron, "to commit to a civil debate, focused on the issues and avoiding the name calling and nasty divisive rhetoric that threatens public engagement in our democracy."


  18. What we need: A 3D-printed statue of NH video game pioneer sitting on a public benchRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    I thought I was pretty clever to pursue a state historical marker for the creators of the BASIC computer language , but I've been one-upped by the group that wants to recognize Ralph Baer, who led the team that created the first home video game while he was an engineer at Sanders Associates in Nashua, now part of BAE. This was a big deal: The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C., has even collected some of Ralph's materials and recreated his basement workshop for an exhibit about entrepreneurs.


  19. Two Republican candidates vie for open county attorney seat NEWRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 9, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    With the former county attorney now the state's federal prosecutor, the Merrimack County attorney's race is wide open with two Republican candidates vying for the job. Voters will choose Tuesday between Paul Halvorsen and Nicole Schultz-Price.


  20. New England College one of few in the country to require new meningitis B vaccine for freshmenRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 25, 2017 | Concord Monitor

    New England College has joined one of a handful of colleges in the country to require incoming freshmen to be vaccinated against meningitis B, a relatively new vaccine against a strain of the bacterial disease that can cause serious complications or even be fatal. "Meningitis A has had a vaccine for quite some time now.


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