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  1. N.H. police: Driver leads officers on chase, rams cruiser NEWRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 2, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    New Hampshire state police said 27-year-old Dustin Claar faces felony reckless conduct charges. Police are accusing Claar of driving while intoxicated.


  2. Driver in fatal Seabrook crash accused of stalking victim's wifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 30, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    A woman with a long-running feud with her neighbors struck the couple with her car, killing the husband, Seabrook police said Thursday. Sixty-four-year-old Stephen VanDalinda, and his 61-year-old wife, Erin, were hit Wednesday night in Seabrook, a town of about 9,000 near the Massachusetts border.


  3. Day at Seabrook Beach turns to panic, tragedy as married couple diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    One moment, Matt Tomaszewski was enjoying a sunny day at the beach with his family. The next, he was running to the ocean with his paddleboard to try to save the lives of six swimmers caught in a rip current.


  4. Record year for piping plovers hatching on New Hampshire beaches NEWRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 16, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    More piping plover chicks hatched on New Hampshire beaches this summer than at any time since attempts to protect the federally threatened bird began in 1997. Three pairs of the birds nested on Hampton Beach this summer and five chicks fledged, or live at least 25 days, while on Seabrook Beach six pairs of plovers fledged 12 chicks.


  5. Two N.H. motorcyclists die in separate accidentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 20, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    The 23-year-old man crashed late Thursday near the intersection of Route 114, police said. He was taken to a hospital, where he later died.


  6. Mass., Rhode Island choose winners for 1,200 MW total of offshore windRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    Offshore wind makes sense along the Eastern seaboard because our continental shelf is pretty flat, so waters are shallow-ish and easy to build in - plus, it's close to lots of electricity customers. Things are finally happening on that front - from Greentech Media : On Wednesday, Massachusetts announced that Vineyard Wind, a project backed by Iberdrola's Avangrid Renewables and Danish investment firm Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, had won a contract to build up to 800 megawatts of wind turbines off the coast of Martha's Vineyard.


  7. Letter: Sununu should sign net metering billRead the original story

    May 18, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    Yet another recent storm caused power outages for thousands of residents and businesses across our state - more than 30 hours without electricity for homes and businesses trying to conduct their everyday affairs. As New Hampshire works to attract more young people, business and entrepreneurs, the infrastructure of a modern and resilient electric grid is a primary necessity.


  8. Tony Giunta: What does New Hampshire need? More power NEWRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    Ironically, while opponents continue to cheer the New Hampshire Site Evaluation Committee's recent decision to deny a permit to build Northern Pass - one of the largest-scale renewable energy projects ever proposed for New England - the newest movement to save the planet is quickly gaining steam . Sixteen countries, including the United States , have implemented bans on the internal combustion engine and over the next decade will require everyone to start driving electric vehicles.


  9. New England can make much more electricity than it's likely to need this summerRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    New England power plants can make more than enough electricity for the region's needs this summer unless "extreme hot and humid weather" occurs, according to the organization that oversees the regional power grid. ISO-New England issues forecasts before each winter and summer, when electricity usage spikes in New England, about the ability to handle expected needs from the region's power plants burning fossil fuel, nuclear fuel or biomass, hydropower dams, solar panels, wind farms, plus electricity imported from Canada and New York.


  10. New state energy plan likes nuclear power, worries about electricity...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 17, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    The Seabrook Nuclear Power plant in Seabrook, N.H., is shown in a December 1988 photo. Dead seals have been found in the plant's cooling tunnels, located three miles from the plant in the Atlantic Ocean.


  11. Rain won't go through solar panels, so Concord plan gets nixedRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 9, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    The proposed solar farm would have been located on an open area in Concord on the east side of the Merrimack River. A proposal to build the state's largest solar farm on a bend of the river in Concord has been rejected after running afoul of city zoning laws designed to keep land from getting over-covered by structures.


  12. Brown's Lobster Pound reopens after fire NEWRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    A popular New England seafood restaurant on the coast of New Hampshire is back open after a late summer fire heavily damaged the building. Brown's Lobster Pound in Seabrook was back in business on Friday and will stay open through Sunday.


  13. New England's power grid to change more with policy changes than big projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    When it comes to New England's electricity grid, our attention might be grabbed by the big hardware proposals - transmission lines, power plants, gas pipelines and the like - but in the near term, the things that will change it are a lot less physical. That was one takeaway Tuesday from an annual overview of the power system given by Gordon Van Welie, president and CEO of ISO-New England, the independent entity that oversees the six-state power grid.


  14. Editorial: First the ER visit, then the bill - " which hurts more? NEWRead the original story

    Feb 17, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    In 1981, while on the operating table after being shot, President Ronald Reagan looked up at the doctors attending him and said "Please tell me you're all Republicans." If the shooting had happened today he would have said, "Please tell me you're all in my network."


  15. Our Turn: Two major questions heading into the State of the State address NEWRead the original story

    Feb 15, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    We look forward to hearing Gov. Chris Sununu's State of the State address today. In particular, we are interested in hearing real proposals in response to these questions: 1.) Last year, we lost over 6,000 jobs in New Hampshire.


  16. Prices fall in auction for future electricity production in New EnglandRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    Despite concerns about bottlenecks of natural gas making it hard for New England power plants to produce enough electricity in future winters, a regional power auction looking three years down the road found no evidence of rising prices. The sale, known as the forward capacity auction, is run by ISO-New England, which oversees the six-state power grid.


  17. My Turn: The perpetual arrogance of Eversource NEWRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2018 | Concord Monitor

    Martin Murray, spokesman for Northern Pass, said, "We are shocked and outraged by today's SEC outcome." He continued, "Clearly, the SEC process is broken."


  18. My Turn: How to help our estuaries NEWRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2017 | Concord Monitor

    On Dec. 8, we released our new 2018 State of Our Estuaries report: a comprehensive report card detailing the health of the Great Bay and Hampton-Seabrook estuaries using 23 environmental, management and social indicators. Our estuaries are valuable ecosystems that provide a multitude of economic services we rely on.


  19. New England has more than enough electricity production for even a cold winter NEWRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 30, 2017 | Concord Monitor

    New England has more than enough power production to meet its electricity needs this winter unless it is hit by a series of extreme events, according to the organization that runs the region's power grid. Even if extreme cold hits, said ISO-New England, the region would need slightly less than 22,000 megawatts of generation, compared with a total of 31,000 megawatts that all the power plants in the northeast states, from Seabrook Station to small hydropower dams to wind farms and solar farms, have guaranteed they can produce.


  20. How do you buy clean power?' and other questions electrify Science Cafe NEWRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2017 | Concord Monitor

    Electricity is complicated and the system in New England is even more complicated, so I'm always ready to latch onto a simple metaphor that will help me understand. Happily, it seems one of my favorite metaphors - "The New England power grid is like a great big bathtub full of electricity!" - is pretty accurate.


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