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on Tue Apr 15 2:35 PM

Rockingham County Sheriff arrest log: April 6-11

PORTSMOUTH HERALD

April 6: Abrahams, Richard, Jr., DOB 07/03/54, 2797 Greenhill Road, Chatham, NH, Judges order to arrest, FTA arn, possession of heroin.
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on Sat Apr 12 9:19 PM

Medical Names & Faces | SeacoastOnline.com

PORTSMOUTH HERALD

STRATHAM — ProEx, a physical therapist-owned private practice specializing in orthopedics, spine and sports medicine, announced that Amy Goodrich of Epping has joined the firm as a front desk specialist, operating from the Stratham location.
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on Sun Apr 6 6:18 PM

Cyndi Paulin: Diagnosing and fighting Lyme Disease are not easy tasks

MANCHESTER UNION LEADER

Why you should be concerned about Lyme.
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on Sun Mar 30 1:01 PM

Toxic coal ash poses persistent threat to US waters

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

A recent spill of coal ash in North Carolina underscores the challenge of disposing hazardous substances captured from power plant stacks. Are we diverting air pollutants into our waterways?
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on Wed Mar 19 11:08 AM

N.H. State Police Troop A log: March 7-13

PORTSMOUTH HERALD

March 7: Green, Kamnl, age 35, Amesbury, MA, DWI, Lafayette Road, Seabrook, Trooper Matt Locke.
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on Mon Mar 17 9:32 PM

Farmington fire claims several cats and dogs

MANCHESTER UNION LEADER

While several cats and dogs succumbed to a fire which forced a family out of its home on Labrador Drive Thursday, one dog was found alive in the basement, according to Deputy Fire Chief James Reinert.
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on Sun Mar 16 10:19 PM

‘Coffee with a Cop’ promotes police, community relations

MANCHESTER UNION LEADER

This tiny town nestled in the White Mountains is in the vanguard of a new community-policing tool that is sweeping the nation and is premised on the simple idea of 'building partnerships one cup of coffee at a time.'
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on Sun Mar 9 1:01 PM

'Spring forward' keeps clock collecting mayor busy

PORTSMOUTH HERALD

PORTSMOUTH — For Mayor Robert Lister, the old mnemonic "spring ahead, fall back," means getting busy.
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on Thu Mar 6 7:02 PM

Mo. teachers balk at being shot at with air soft pellet guns

CBS NEWS

Several sought legal advice after they were asked to take part in a safety drill where they would be required to don goggles and be shot at
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on Mon Mar 3 11:34 AM

Politics: The family business - CNN.com

CNN

Of the 100 members of the U.S. Senate, a third of them have family ties to other members of government, including Sen. Bernie Sanders' trans-Atlantic connection:
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