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NH Supreme Court clarifies HB 1264, plaintiffs withdraw lawsuitAmerican Civil Liberties Union lawyers representing plaintiffs Caroline Casey '21 and Maggie Flaherty '21 in a lawsuit challenging state residency law House Bill 1264 withdrew their case on Friday, two days after the New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled that the bill has no effect on voters.

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Missing 87-Year-Old Man With Dementia Sought in NHAn 87-year-old man with dementia has been reported missing in Hillsborough, New Hampshire. Police say Edward Lebrun was last seen around 9:30 a.m.

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Coronavirus Cases In New Hampshire Rise By 56, Bringing Total To 4,286Coronavirus cases in New Hampshire rose by 56 on Wednesday, bringing the state's total to 4,286, according to the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services.

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NH Men's Prison inmate tests positive for COVID-19The state Department of Corrections reports that a male resident who was transferred from an out-of-state correctional facility to serve time owed in New Hampshire has tested positive for COVID-19.

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Coronavirus Cases In New Hampshire Rise By 56, Bringing Total To 4,286Coronavirus cases in New Hampshire rose by 56 on Wednesday, bringing the state's total to 4,286, according to the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services.

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NH Task force approves rules for sports, gambling, driver's edCONCORD — The task force on reopening New Hampshire's economy approved recommendations Wednesday related to bingo, basketball and driver's education.

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Camp Walt Whitman asks families to wait until until June 5th for final decisionDear Family: We are writing to update you on our thought process for opening camp this summer.

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Businesses Specializing in Outdoor Items Thrive Amid PandemicWhile many businesses are struggling to survive during the coronavirus pandemic, ones that specialize in selling outdoor items say they are thriving as people social distance at home.

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NH Democratic Party names Hilliard, Foley presidential electorsCONCORD — The New Hampshire Democratic Party announced the state's four electors including two from the Seacoast.

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EPA Reverses Cooling Plan For N.H.'s Largest Coal Power PlantA new federal permit for New Hampshire's largest coal-fired power plant will not require the installation of cooling towers, which advocates say are vital to protect the Merrimack River.

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Survey: Most New Hampshire Residents Want To Get COVID-19 Antibody TestA new survey from UNH and Dartmouth College shows that about three quarters of New Hampshire residents would like to have a COVID-19 antibody test.

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N.H. launches remote filing system for restraining ordersVictims of domestic violence and stalking in New Hampshire can now apply for protective orders online, in addition to filing in person at their local courthouse.

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Christmas Eve Death of NH Boy, 5, Determined to Be a HomicideThe death of a 5-year-old boy on Christmas Eve was caused by blunt force trauma to the head and neck, and the manner of death is homicide, the New Hampshire attorney general's office said Wednesday.

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Virus Patient Given Blood Plasma, Improves QuicklyA New Hampshire man who was near death from the coronavirus has recovered after being given blood plasma from a former virus patient and is scheduled to be released Wednesday after more than six weeks in the hospital.

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Coronavirus Update: First N.H. Inmate Tests Positive; Pharmacists Can Now Administer COVID TestsNHPR is continuing to cover the developing story around coronavirus in New Hampshire. Bookmark this page for the latest updates, including case numbers and.

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Hassan co-sponsors bipartisan bill to push rail developmentU.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan, D-NH, has joined with South Dakota Republican Sen. John Thune in sponsoring a bill that would beef up and streamline a federal program that provides loans to help develop passenger and short line rail projects, such as the Capitol Corridor Project that would connect Manchester and Nashua to Boston via commuter rail.

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Police: Missing New Hampshire man believed to be in Panama City areaPolice are looking for a missing New Hampshire man who is believed to be in the Panama City area.

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People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News RoundupThe Rockingham Economic Development Corp. has won a $1 million grant from the federal Economic Development Agency to establish a revolving loan fund to provide gap financing to area businesses and entrepreneurs.

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New Hampshire Calling: Single Life During A PandemicIt's a weird time to be dating right now... so how's that going? And if you're single, what does your life look like right now?

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N.H. patents through May 24Centripetal Networks Assigned Patent for Correlating Packets in Communications Networks Centripetal Networks, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, has been assigned a patent by five co-inventors for.

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Police release new images of missing Hampshire diplomat with fears growingPOLICE are continuing to appeal for information over a missing British diplomat - with new photographs now released.

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State expands Covid-19 testing for New Hampshire businessesNew Hampshire businesses that want to conduct Covid-19 tests on employees who closely interact with customers or each other can send them to a New Hampshire Division of Public Health testing site for free, Health and Human Services Commissioner Lori Shibinette said Tuesday.

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COVID update: N.H. man cured by plasma transfusionA New Hampshire man who was near death from COVID-19 has recovered after being given blood plasma from another COVID patient, one of the first examples of convalescent plasma treatment in the state.

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Firefighter Rushed to Hospital After Responding to Blaze in Manchester, NHA firefighter in New Hampshire was rushed to the hospital Monday after going into cardiac arrest while responding to a fire inside a Manchester home.

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Panama City police search for missing New Hampshire manIf you have information about his whereabouts, please contact the Panama City Police Department at 872-3100, or you can report your tips anonymously via smartphone by downloading the "Panama City PD" Tip411 app.

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Health Official: NH Seeing Downward Trend In Coronavirus CasesNH Looks To The South For Reopening Guidance - Concord, NH - A majority of the the state's COVID-19 cases have come from individuals — mostly of working age — who live along the Interstate 93 corridor.

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3 Staffers Test Positive For Coronavirus At NH's Psychiatric Hospital3 Test Positive For COVID-19 At State Hospital - Concord, NH - Officials said there are no COVID-19 cases associated with the Glencliff Home or the New Hampshire Veterans' Home.

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Walk on the WildSideI'm living on a permaculture farm in the Southwest corner of New Hampshire. What little I know of agriculture is founded in growing up in rural America, the child of upwardly mobile middle-class parents in the last century.

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Pandemic has inspired gardeners creating short supply of plantsWith more time at home, many New Hampshire residents are taking up gardening. But some gardening supplies are in short supply.

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New pictures released of missing diplomat Richard Morris as Hampshire Constabulary continue searchMr Morris went missing three weeks ago after going for a run in the Bentley area, near Farnham, at around 10.30am on Wednesday, May 6.

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Seven new coronavirus deaths recorded at Hampshire Hospitals TrustIt comes as England today moves past to 26,000 coronavirus-related deaths in hospitals.

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A Total Of 29 New Hampshire Nonprofits Received More Than $580,000 From Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation For COVID-19 Relief EffortsA total of 29 New Hampshire nonprofits have received more than $580,000 from Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation for COVID-19 relief efforts....

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'Disbelief' as Portsmouth 4ths become first team in the new club's history to win a Hampshire League championship titlePete Wingate has spoken of the ‘disbelief' which accompanied the first Hampshire League title win of the new Portsmouth Hockey Club's short lifespan.

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May 26 NH DHHS COVID-19 update: 34 new positive cases with 7 in Manchester; 4 deaths reportedThere have now been 4,231 cases of COVID-19 diagnosed in New Hampshire.

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Number of cases tops 2,000 in hernia mesh litigation against NH firmMost of the May cases first developed a year ago, and although they will still keep coming in, the number of new claims has "stabilized," so it will wind up somewhere in the mid-2,000 range, estimated Jonathan D. Orent, the class-action plaintiffs' lead attorney from Providence, R.I.

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3 staffers test positive for COVID-19 at NH's psychiatric hospitalThe state-run psychiatric hospital, the New Hampshire Hospital in Concord, has three cases of COVID-19 among staff, according to Jake Leon, spokesman for the Department of Health and Human Services...

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New Hampshire Outdoor Weddings Are Back OnThis pandemic is throwing a wrench into so many plans! Proms: CANCELLED Graduation Parties: CANCELLED Weddings: CANCELLED.

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Health Official: NH Seeing Downward Trend in COVID-19 CasesNew Hampshire is seeing a plateau and in some cases, a downward trend in the positive cases of COVID-19 in the state, an uptick in daily testing, a stabilization of hospitalizations, and an increas...

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New Hampshire expands virus testing to more workersAs more businesses reopen, New Hampshire is offering coronavirus testing workers who have prolonged contact with colleagues or members of the public while on the job.

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As More N.H. Businesses Violate Emergency Orders, Sununu Cautions Against ‘Snitching'While most of the state's businesses appear to be adhering to emergency orders issued by Gov.

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1 in 5 NH residents believe they have or had COVID-19DURHAM — One-fifth of New Hampshire residents believe it's very or somewhat likely they have or had COVID-19, according to recent study.

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NH Police Officer Donates COVID-19 First Responder Stipend to CommunityA New Hampshire police office is paying it forward by donating her weekly COVID-19 first responder stipend to various charities and businesses in need during the coronavirus pandemic.

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NHGives fundraising initiative to be held June 9-1024-hour initiative ‘a great opportunity for all of us to show that we are there for our nonprofits'

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New Hampshire Calling: Saluting The Class Of 2020It's graduation time, and for the Class of 2020, it's an experience like no class has had before.

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Coronavirus: New Hampshire mom crashes daughters' Zoom classes in dozens of embarrassing costumesA New Hampshire mom who has been crashing her daughters' school Zoom meetings in costume is providing laughs to kids, teachers and even complete strangers on social media, according to WFXT.

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It's time to fix Democrats' Iowa and New Hampshire problemMorley Winograd proposes the following reforms to the presidential nominating calendar in the Democratic party: eliminate caucuses, allow the four early states to go first but hold them on the same date, and follow with a full national primary one month later.

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Coronavirus Update: 4 Deaths, 34 New Cases, 3 New Outbreaks At N.H. Care FacilitiesNHPR is continuing to cover the developing story around coronavirus in New Hampshire. Bookmark this page for the latest updates, including case numbers and.

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New Hampshire Calling: Saluting The Class Of 2020It's graduation time, and for the Class of 2020, it's an experience like no class has had before.

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Veterinarians Adjust Practices During PandemicFrom restricting access to certain areas, offering drive-through services, and delaying non-emergency procedures, veterinarians have been taking some of the same precautions as doctors who treat humans, since COVID-19 arrived.

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It's time to fix Democrats' Iowa and New Hampshire problemMorley Winograd proposes the following reforms to the presidential nominating calendar in the Democratic party: eliminate caucuses, allow the four early states to go first but hold them on the same date, and follow with a full national primary one month later.

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Amid Market Slide, N.H. Residents Have Concerns About Affording RetirementThe coronavirus pandemic has prompted concerns about health—and not just physical health. Financial health is also a major concern for many NHPR listeners.

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UNH Poll: COVID-19 Pandemic Hasn't Changed N.H.'s Views On Science, GovernmentA recent poll says New Hampshire residents' trust in science and government advice hasn't changed much, even as the coronavirus spreads.

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New Hampshire hotel reopening rules may differ from nearby statesCONCORD — New Hampshire is considering a different approach than its neighbors when it comes to allowing out-of-state residents back in its hotels and other lodging establishments.

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Sununu Signs Executive Order to Ensure Continuation of Special Education ServicesNew Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu has signed an executive order to ensure the continuation of special education services for students amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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University of New Hampshire announces 2020 graduatesDURHAM, New Hampshire — The following area students graduated from the University of New Hampshire in Durham Saturday, May 16, during a virtual celebration.

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New Hampshire libraries, museums get help during pandemicThe New Hampshire chapter of the National Endowment for the Humanities has distributed $400,000 to libraries, historical societies, museums and cultural nonprofit groups struggling financially because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Why New Hampshire wants help counting its batsNew Hampshire is going big on bats this summer. Fish and Game officials in the state are looking for volunteers to go bat counting.

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UNH Veterinary Diagnostic Lab safeguarding animal and public healthDURHAM — As the world continues to focus on responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, pathologists and personnel at the New Hampshire Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory at the University of New Hampshire continue to safeguard animal and public health.

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UNH cottontail project first to monitor release of rabbits into wildResearchers with the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of New Hampshire have been monitoring an effort to reintroduce New England cottontails raised in captivity into the wild.

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The BIA's top 'reopening' concernsThese include a legal safe harbor for employers who have acted in good faith during the pandemic, terminating the trigger that will otherwise raise business taxes on all employers, replenish the unemployment insurance trust fund without raising taxes on positively rated employers and helping all enterprises access testing equipment, particularly...

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How to Be Semi-ObservantMy powers of observation, the stuff of myth, become the stuff of reality in the White Mountains.

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Why New Hampshire wants help counting its batsNew Hampshire is going big on bats this summer. Fish and Game officials in the state are looking for volunteers to go bat counting.

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WATCH LIVE: Sununu to give update on COVID-19 efforts in New HampshireThe New Hampshire chapter of the National Endowment for the Humanities has distributed $400,000 to libraries, historical societies, museums and cultural nonprofit groups struggling financially because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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NH Gov. Sununu to Provide Update on Coronavirus ResponseNew Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu is expected to provide an update Tuesday afternoon on the state's coronavirus outbreak.

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A Night in New HampshireAs we were wrapping up our 2 week road trip of New England and Canada, we decided to mark one more state off our list: New Hampshire.

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Coronavirus in New Hampshire: What you need to knowMore than 4,200 Granite Staters have tested positive for coronavirus disease COVID-19, which was first detected last year in Wuhan City, China.

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New Hampshire to offer online boater safety certificateNew boaters in New Hampshire can soon get certified online.

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University of New Hampshire announces 2020 graduatesDURHAM, New Hampshire — The following area students graduated from the University of New Hampshire in Durham Saturday, May 16, during a virtual celebration.

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How Do Summer Programs Operate During A Pandemic, And What's Lost If They Don't?As school lets out, parents look to school districts, recreation programs, and overnight camps to keep kids busy, happy, and safe.

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New Hampshire Calling: Saluting The Class Of 2020It's graduation time, and for the Class of 2020, it's an experience like no class has had before.

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Coronavirus: New Hampshire mom crashes daughters' Zoom classes in dozens of embarrassing costumesA New Hampshire mom who has been crashing her daughters' school Zoom meetings in costume is providing laughs to kids, teachers and even complete strangers on social media, according to WFXT.

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Memorial Day In N.H. Marked By Virtual Ceremonies, Church BellsWith parades and public ceremonies cancelled because of the coronavirus, communities across New Hampshire are marking Memorial Day in novel ways.

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Coronavirus: New Hampshire mom crashes daughters' Zoom classes in dozens of embarrassing costumesJen Kulesza, the Zoom-bombing mom from Manchester, has donned more than 50 costumes, changing in and out of character as she makes appearances in her daughters' meetings a few times a day.

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New Hampshire libraries, museums get help during pandemicThe New Hampshire chapter of the National Endowment for the Humanities has distributed $400,000 to libraries, historical societies, museums and cultural nonprofit groups struggling financially because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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19 New Coronavirus Deaths in NH, Gov. Announces Online Testing PortalNew Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu announced Wednesday that the state is setting up an online portal that will allow any resident exhibiting symptoms to get a...

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Online NH Veterans Cemetery ceremony filmed in advanceThe traditional Memorial Day ceremony at the New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery has been canceled, and a video tribute will be shared on social media throughout the week instead.

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NH makes stockpile of surgical masks available to buy at liquor storesCONCORD — Residents of New Hampshire may now buy disposable surgical masks from the state's stockpile, Gov.

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N.H. Delegation Pens Opposition To Federal Net Energy Metering ChallengeNew Hampshire's Congressional delegation is opposing a federal petition that would erode states' control of a major solar energy policy.

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New Hampshire Fish and Game says to stop calling, no need to report wildlifeThe department says residents shouldn't be calling to report wildlife sightings. Fox, for example, are not sick or rabid if they're out during the daytime.

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New Hampshire to offer online boater safety certificateCONCORD, N.H. — New boaters in New Hampshire can soon get certified online. Under state law, anyone age 16 or older who operates a motorboat over 25 horsepower on New Hampshire waters must have a boating certificate.

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N.H. Delegation Pens Opposition To Federal Net Energy Metering ChallengeNew Hampshire's Congressional delegation is opposing a federal petition that would erode states' control of a major solar energy policy.

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New Hampshire expands virus testing to more workersAs more businesses reopen, New Hampshire is offering coronavirus testing workers who have prolonged contact with colleagues or members of the public while on the job.

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Official Says Fire at Middle School in New Hampshire Was Set IntentionallyA fire at Portsmouth Middle School in New Hampshire early Saturday appears to have been intentionally set, an official said.

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List of New Hampshire places of worship live-streaming servicesBelow is a list of religious services and places they will be live-streamed online in the Granite State.

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Coronavirus: New Hampshire mom crashes daughters' Zoom classes in dozens of embarrassing costumesJen Kulesza, the Zoom-bombing mom from Manchester, has donned more than 50 costumes, changing in and out of character as she makes appearances in her daughters' meetings a few times a day.

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New Hampshire Humanities awards 64 CARES Act grants to cultural organizations in nearly 50 communities across the Granite StateAs one of 56 affiliates of the National Endowment for the Humanities, New Hampshire Humanities was charged with distributing $400,000 in supplemental funding to New Hampshire-based humanities...

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New Hampshire seeks volunteers for counting batsNew Hampshire wildlife biologists are looking for help keeping track of the state's bat population this summer.

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NH liquor sales spikeLiquor sales jumped 13.51%, or $17.3 million, from March 1 to May 13, compared to the same time period last year as people stocked up on, and perhaps consumed more, booze during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to figures provided by the New Hampshire Liquor Commission.

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New Hampshire to offer online boater safety certificateNew boaters in New Hampshire can soon get certified online. Under state law, anyone age 16 or older who operates a motorboat over 25 horsepower on New Hampshire waters must have a boating certificate.

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'A Lot of Fear': Fighting Cancer During COVID-19 PandemicImagine for weeks having to go into the hospital five days a week for cancer radiation and chemotherapy during the height of the coronavirus surge.

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Coronavirus Cases In New Hampshire Rise By 50, Bringing Total To 4,197Coronavirus cases in New Hampshire rose by 50 on Monday, bringing the state's total to 4, 197, according to the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services.

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Que Hay de Nuevo, New Hampshire?A new Spanish language audio newscast will provide Spanish speakers in New Hampshire with the latest information on coronavirus-related developments.

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Nebraska, New Hampshire Set To Reopen Pools On June 1Nebraska will reopen pools in all but its four hardest-hit counties. New Hampshire will reopen pools, but only on a reservation basis.

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New Hampshire Democrat edits Pledge of Allegiance: '… with liberty and justice for some''This pandemic has shone a bright light for me about the inequities in our country'

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Seacoast chambers say they need help from NHBelieving they have one final shot for COVID-19 relief, Seacoast-area chambers of commerce are urging businesses and residents to write letters to ask state officials why the chambers have been left out of assistance packages.

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New Hampshire seeks volunteers for counting batsNew Hampshire wildlife biologists are looking for help keeping track of the state's bat population this summer.

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Firefighter Injured Battling Blaze in Manchester, NHA firefighter was hospitalized Monday after falling through a second-story floor while battling a blaze in Manchester, New Hampshire.

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Firefighter Hospitalized After Responding to Blaze in Manchester, NHA firefighter in New Hampshire was hospitalized Monday after going into cardiac arrest while responding to a fire inside a Manchester home.

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The Pandemic Has Inspired N.H. Gardeners, But Some Plants Are In Short SupplyWith more time at home, many New Hampshire residents are taking up gardening. But some gardening supplies are in short supply.

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Memorial Day In N.H. Marked By Virtual Ceremonies, Church BellsWith parades and public ceremonies cancelled because of the coronavirus, communities across New Hampshire are marking Memorial Day in novel ways.

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Online NH Veterans Cemetery ceremony filmed in advanceThe traditional Memorial Day ceremony at the New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery has been canceled, and a video tribute will be shared on social media throughout the week instead.

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Protecting NH elections from cyber-attacks public forum May 27Secretary of State Bill Gardner and UNH pollster Andy Smith are among state leaders who will share ideas about keeping elections safe from cyber-attacks on Wednesday, May 27 at 1:30 p.m.

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New Hampshire Seeks Volunteers For Counting BatsNew Hampshire wildlife biologists are looking for help keeping track of the state's bat population this summer.

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New Hampshire seeks volunteers for counting batsNew Hampshire wildlife biologists are looking for help keeping track of the state's bat population this summer.

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New Hampshire wants help counting its batsFish and Game officials are leading an online training session Thursday including an overview of bats in New Hampshire, how to identify different species and how to participate in the New Hampshire Bat Counts Project.

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Beaches closed in New Hampshire; coastal towns still in businessHampton officials say this Memorial Day weekend has been much different for businesses and customers, but there are still plenty of families on the boardwalk taking in the ocean view and dining at the restaurants and shopping in the stores.

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Our Virtual Reality: How Fast Is The Internet In New Hampshire?As millions of Americans work and learn from home, reliable internet is more important than ever.

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NH leaders want to hear from you about reopening schools in the fallAs schools in our region look ahead to the fall, New Hampshire officials are looking for your advice.

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New Hampshire state leaders pushing for more nursing home aidMembers of New Hampshire's Congressional delegation say the state's nursing homes are getting critical financial help but they will continue to push for more.

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Beaches closed in New Hampshire; coastal towns still in businessHampton officials say this Memorial Day weekend has been much different for businesses and customers, but there are still plenty of families on the boardwalk taking in the ocean view and dining at the restaurants and shopping in the stores.

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NHS trusts in Hampshire report only one new coronavirus deathHampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust revealed that a patient who had tested positive for coronavirus died on May 22.

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Southern New Hampshire Health now a Doorway provider for addiction services in NashuaSouthern New Hampshire Health is now a point of entry into The Doorway program, the statewide initiative that provides comprehensive addiction services to residents suffering from a substance use disorder.

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Beaches closed in New Hampshire; coastal towns still in businessHampton officials say this Memorial Day weekend has been much different for businesses and customers, but there are still plenty of families on the boardwalk taking in the ocean view and dining at the restaurants and shopping in the stores.

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Beaches closed in New Hampshire, but businesses still openHampton officials say this Memorial Day weekend has been much different for businesses and customers, but there are still plenty of families on the boardwalk taking in the ocean view and dining at the restaurants and shopping in the stores.

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NH makes stockpile of surgical masks available to buy at liquor storesCONCORD — Residents of New Hampshire may now buy disposable surgical masks from the state's stockpile, Gov.

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Liquor sales spike during pandemicLiquor sales jumped 13.51%, or $17.3 million, from March 1 to May 13, compared to the same time period last year as people stocked up on, and perhaps consumed more, booze during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to figures provided by the New Hampshire Liquor Commission.

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Coronavirus Update: N.H. Sees Another Death, 63 New Cases; Seacoast Beaches To Reopen June 1NHPR is continuing to cover the developing story around coronavirus in New Hampshire. Bookmark this page for the latest updates, including case numbers and.

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Coronavirus Cases In New Hampshire Rise By 63, Bringing Total To 4,149Coronavirus cases in New Hampshire rose by 63 on Sunday, bringing the state's total to 4,149, according to the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services.

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New Hampshire Fish And Game: No Need To Report WildlifeThe New Hampshire Fish and Game Department has a message for the hundreds of people calling its headquarters every day: Enjoy watching wildlife from a distance.

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Catholic Churches In N.H. Resume Communion While In-Person Mass Still ProhibitedFor the faithful, live streaming Sunday Mass is akin to watching fireworks on television: you can see it, and hear it, but you don't feel it.

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Vermont Academy guard adds first offer2022 Keyonte Beals of Vermont Academy got the call that every young basketball prospect dreams of.

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New Hampshire Fish and Game says to stop calling, no need to report wildlifeThe department says residents shouldn't be calling to report wildlife sightings. Fox, for example, are not sick or rabid if they're out during the daytime.

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A whole lot of CARES money, but way more NH needThe state is taking steps to reopen, but a return to normalcy is a pipe dream likely to last for years, not months.

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Distant Dome: A whole lot of CARES money, but way more NH needThe state is taking steps to reopen, but a return to normalcy is a pipe dream likely to last for years, not months.

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New Hampshire Fish and Game Dept. asking you to brake for turtlesThe department says turtles are moving from wetlands and vernal pools to upland nesting sites.

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New Hampshire Fish and Game: No need to report wildlifeCONCORD, N.H. — The New Hampshire Fish and Game department has a message for the hundreds of people calling its headquarters every day: Enjoy watching wildlife from a distance.

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No new deaths at Hampshire Hospitals for eight days runningThere have been no recorded deaths at Hampshire Hospitals for the eight day running - the longest stretch since the lockdown started.

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May 23, 2020This Area is a small state park at just 13 acres that features the Wilde Brook, a trail, and a rocky gorge with waterfalls.

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"I'll make myself and my mama proud': New Hampshire's first-generation high school graduatesDespite the uncertainty of the pandemic, new Americans in the state are proud to graduate and excited for the future.

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Man Charged With Robbing Liquor Store At Knife-Point In BourneA New Hampshire man was arrested in Middleboro on Saturday night, May 23 in connection with an armed robbery that occurred earlier in the day at Bourne Bridge Liquors in Buzzards Bay.

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May 23 NH DHHS COVID-19 update: 77 new positive cases with 25 in Manchester; 4 deaths reportedThere have now been 4,089 cases of COVID-19 diagnosed in New Hampshire.

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Concertgoers in New Hampshire enjoy a drive-in performanceMost of the people spread far apart in the parking lot of the Tupelo Music Hall in Derry, N.H., were wearing masks.

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NH Catholic parishes can resume offering CommunionCONCORD — Church services are still prohibited, but Roman Catholics in New Hampshire can begin receiving Holy Communion again in parishes that follow certain safety Bishop Peter Libasci has given priests permission to begin offering Communion this weekend.

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Coronavirus Update: N.H. Has 4 More Deaths, 77 New Cases; Seacoast Beaches Reopen June 1NHPR is continuing to cover the developing story around coronavirus in New Hampshire. Bookmark this page for the latest updates, including case numbers and.

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COVID-19 pandemic threatens progress in substance abuse recovery communities in N.H.While the state's fight against the new coronavirus dominates public policy decisions and daily conversations, an epidemic that placed New Hampshire under a national microscope for years is fading from the forefront.

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Hike Low, Hike LocalOur most recent adventure was a while ago. COVID-19 put a little time between that hike and the time I could sit down to write this.

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80% of NH COVID-19 deaths in nursing homesCOVID-19 has killed dozens of residents of New Hampshire nursing homes and set off a scramble to find and keep on the job the caregivers and other employees upon whom these elderly, disabled and vulnerable people depend.

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NH students withdraw voting rights lawsuit after court inputCONCORD — Lawyers representing two Dartmouth College students who challenged a New Hampshire law that required voters to be full-fledged residents of the state withdrew their federal lawsuit Friday, two days after the state Supreme Court weighed in on a judge's questions.

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Analysis: Most of New Hampshire's CARES Act grants have been appropriatedBuilding on previous appropriations, the governor's office dedicated the large majority of the May 15 appropriations to a new program designed to support smaller businesses in the state, with additional support going to healthcare entities, child care, higher education and nonprofit organizations that do not fall into any of the other categories...

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Coronavirus Cases In New Hampshire Rise By 77, 4 More Deaths ReportedCoronavirus cases in New Hampshire rose by 77 Saturday, bringing the state total to 4,089, according to the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services.

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Human remains found in Berlin, New HampshireStock photo of police lights.

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Will Trump Win New Hampshire In 2020? Another Tight Battle May Await After Close Loss To Hillary ClintonNew Hampshire's poor economy amid the coronavirus could hurt the President's chances in the Granite State.

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Task Force Recommends Lodging Reopen To New Hampshire ResidentsTask Force: Reopen Hotels To NH Residents, Signers - Concord, NH - Hotels, motels, cabins, short-term rentals could reopen to New Hampshire residents and others who sign docs attesting to their good health.

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Police: Human remains found in Berlin, N.H.Police need your help after identifying human remains outside Berlin, New Hampshire.

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Meet the Sisterhood of Fairies Spreading Joy During New Hampshire's LockdownThere's a movement happening in New Hampshire right now, fueled by a Facebook group called "Sisterhood of the Traveling Spirits." There are thousands of...

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Dartmouth students withdraw NH voter residency lawsuitCONCORD — Lawyers representing two Dartmouth College students who challenged a New Hampshire law that required voters to be full-fledged residents of the state withdrew their federal lawsuit Friday, two days after the state Supreme Court weighed in on...

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Coronavirus Cases In New Hampshire Rise By 81, 5 New Deaths ReportedCoronavirus cases in New Hampshire rose by 81 Friday, bringing the state total to 4,014, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.

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New Hampshire Beaches, Gyms To Open June 1 With Major RestrictionsStarting June 1, New Hampshire beaches and gyms will reopen with significant restrictions. The reopening is part of Gov.

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Camps Kenwood and Evergreen Cancel for 2020Dear Family With the heaviest of hearts, we have decided not to open Camps Kenwood and Evergreen for summer 2020.

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New Hampshire beaches to open June 1 with restrictionsNew Hampshire's short stretch of coastline will reopen to swimmers, walkers and runners June 1, but sunbathers will have to wait.

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Meyer Sound Powers "Tupelo Drive-In Experience" in New HampshireSome of the first live concerts in the United States with the new social distancing requirements were powered by a LEOPARD system provided by Meyer Sound rental partner UltraSound.

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ACLU, N.H. Democratic Party Withdraw Lawsuit Against New State Residency LawThe American Civil Liberties Union and the New Hampshire Democratic Party are withdrawing a federal lawsuit against a new state residency law that, they argued, would infringe on voting rights.

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Suicide-related crisis calls in N.H. have decreased since start of pandemicSuicide-related crisis calls in New Hampshire have declined since the start of the pandemic, according to state mental health experts.

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Students withdraw voting rights lawsuit after NH court inputLawyers representing two Dartmouth College students who challenged a New Hampshire law that required voters to be full-fledged residents of the state withdrew their federal lawsuit Friday, two days after the state Supreme Court weighed in on a judge's questions on motor vehicle and election rules.

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Advocates: Number of abuse victims at risk of lethal violence in N.H. is risingShe called New Hampshire's domestic-violence hotline while sheltered inside her vehicle. He had threatened to kill her, and she knew she needed to leave before it was too late.

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How busy will N.H. be this weekend? Your guess is as good as anyYet another New Hampshire tradition has been sidelined by COVID-19: holiday traffic predictions." It would be very difficult for the division to forecast holiday visitation / traffic for the Memorial Day Weekend, in the midst of a pandemic, with..."

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MARY BAKER EDDY true believerMary Baker Eddy was a farm girl from Bow, New Hampshire. Born in 1821, she came from humble circumstances, belying the will and passion that would make her the author of one of the most widely read books in the world, Christian Healing, and the founder of Christian Science.

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New Hampshire to get more than $3M in auto loan settlementNew Hampshire will receive more than $3 million in a multi-state settlement with auto loan financing company Santander over allegations that it knowingly targeted consumers who were likely to default on its loans.

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University of New Hampshire announces May 2020 graduatesDURHAM, New Hampshire — The following students graduated from the University of New Hampshire on Saturday, May 16 during a virtual celebration.

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New Hampshire to get more than $3M in auto loan settlementNew Hampshire will receive more than $3 million in a multi-state settlement with auto loan financing company Santander over allegations that it knowingly targeted consumers who were likely to default on its loans.

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New Hampshire's chambers of commerce 'challenged' by COVID, but they keep their eye on the ballChambers of commerce across New Hampshire have been at the forefront of efforts to help businesses weather the economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak, but despite their own straitened finances, they find themselves without a place in the queue for assistance.

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NH governor tells Massachusetts to stay home on Memorial Day weekend"That's where they are and that's where they should stay."

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New Hampshire could differ from neighbors on lodging rulesNew Hampshire is considering a different approach than its neighbors when it comes to allowing out-of-state residents back in its hotels and other lodging establishments.

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N.H. Sees First Case of Rare Childhood Syndrome Linked to COVID-19State health officials have confirmed the first case in New Hampshire of an inflammatory syndrome that the CDC says affects children who have been infected with or exposed to the coronavirus.

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New Hampshire's governor to Massachusetts: Stay in your stateSununu has previously cited the prospect of visitors from Massachusetts - which has among the highest confirmed COVID-19 infections and deaths of any state in the country - as one of the challenges his state faces as spring turns to summer, especially since New Hampshire is several weeks ahead in the reopening process.

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New Hampshire's governor has a Memorial Day weekend message to Massachusetts: Stay in your stateSununu has previously cited the prospect of visitors from Massachusetts - which has among the highest confirmed COVID-19 infections and deaths of any state in the country - as one of the challenges his state faces as spring turns to summer, especially since New Hampshire is several weeks ahead in the reopening process.

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Coronavirus Update: Nashua Requires Face Masks Worn in PublicNHPR is continuing to cover the developing story around coronavirus in New Hampshire. Bookmark this page for the latest updates, including case numbers and.

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Gov. Sununu to Provide Update on Reopening of NH's BeachesGov. Chris Sununu is expected to provide an update on the reopening of New Hampshire's beaches and other sectors of the economy on Friday afternoon....

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Memorial Day 2020: What Beaches in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maine and Vermont Are Open?Restrictions will be in place at those beaches that are open across New England due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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New Hampshire Beaches, Gyms To Open June 1 With Major RestrictionsThe reopening is part of Gov. Chris Sununu's "Stay at Home 2.0" plan for the state.

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First case of inflammatory syndrome MIS-C reported in New Hampshire childThe first case of an inflammatory syndrome affecting children that has been linked to the novel coronavirus has been detected in a patient from New Hampshire, officials announced Friday.

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New Hampshire beaches to open June 1 with restrictionsCONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire beaches will open for active recreation June 1, youth sports teams can start practicing and hair salons can expand services as the coronavirus pandemic eases.

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New Hampshire beaches to open June 1, but no sunbathingMassachusetts beaches will reopen Monday with restrictions, including group sizes of no more than 10 people and blankets spaced at least 12 feet apart.

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New Hampshire beaches to open June 1 with restrictionsCONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire beaches will open for active recreation June 1, youth sports teams can start practicing and hair salons can expand services as the coronavirus pandemic...

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New Hampshire could differ from Maine, Vermont on lodging rulesNew Hampshire's Economic Reopening Task Force had recommended a May 22 opening date but it was never approved.

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New Hampshire hotel reopening rules may differ from nearby statesCONCORD — New Hampshire is considering a different approach than its neighbors when it comes to allowing out-of-state residents back in its hotels and other lodging establishments.

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As Mass. Ponders When To Permit Restaurants To Reopen, N.H. Welcomes Back Dining Al FrescoWhile many Massachusetts restaurants have been offering take-out service during the pandemic, they won't be able to serve dine-in customers for another two to three weeks, at least.

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University of New Hampshire lists May 2020 graduatesDURHAM, N.H. — The following local students graduated May 16 from the University of New Hampshire during a virtual celebration.

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New Hampshire's chambers of commerce 'challenged' by Covid, but they keep their eye on the ballChambers of commerce across New Hampshire have been at the forefront of efforts to help businesses weather the economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak, but despite their own straitened finances, they find themselves without a place in the queue for assistance.

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NH reopening task force mulls quarantine on out-of-state visitorsNew Hampshire may join Vermont and Maine in effectively banning out-of-state lodging guests, Seacoast town beaches may open up with half-parking, daycare workers may not have to wear masks all the time and the current guidance for cosmetologists could expand to a wide range of services, including facials, tanning, massage and possibly tattoos.

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Three dozen NH dams in 'poor' condition and eligible for federal aidThirty-nine dams in New Hampshire are eligible for federal funding because they're in poor shape and would create a "high hazard" if they failed." These dams..."

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If you let them, will they reopen?A man walks past empty parking spaces while visiting the Mall of New Hampshire in Manchester on May 11, the first day some New Hampshire retail locations, including larger shopping plazas, reopened.

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May 21 NH DHHS COVID-19 update: 67 new positives with 16 in Manchester; 9 deaths reportedThere have now been 3,935 cases of COVID-19 diagnosed in New Hampshire.

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9 More Coronavirus-Related Deaths In New Hampshire, Cases Rise By 67Coronavirus-related deaths in New Hampshire increased by nine Thursday, according to the Department of Health and Human Services, bringing the state death total to 199, or 5% of cases.

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New Hampshire's Mel's Funway Park Plans To Reopen For Holiday WeekendThe park's indoor activities like laser tag and the arcade will be closed, and Mel's is making sure families are safe on the attractions that remain open.

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Q&A with UNH Law Professor John GreabeJohn Greabe, a professor of law at the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law, recently gave a presentation to lawyers on ‘The Coronavirus and the Constitution.'

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Estate planning in a crisisWe remain ever conscious of the devastating impact Covid-19 has had on families and our community, but if we allow ourselves to focus on a few areas of our lives that we can control, this crisis has created some estate and financial planning opportunities worth evaluating.

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Uncertainty and turmoil do not mean 'catastrophic'Everybody loves the financial counsel they receive in a bull market, but it is times like these where we, as fiduciaries, genuinely "earn our keep." This means we remain calm and we stick to well-thought-out plans through an unprecedented mix of social, political, financial and public health turmoil.

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How health insurers are responding to Covid-19The state's insurance companies are working with their health delivery partners - hospitals, health systems, and individual providers - to address the many challenges associated with the pandemic.

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Work-at-home world faces increased data security risksProtect your business and workers from hackers, data loss and scams.

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Giving strategies to help NH through the crisisHere are some ways you can rally to help our communities.

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Throwback AdventureI have decided to return to posting new "Throwback Adventures" after taking time to re-post some of my favorites with Shadow.

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New Hampshire could differ from neighbors on lodging rulesAccommodations would be limited to New Hampshire residents or out-of-staters who have quarantined at home for 14 days before arrival.

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New Hampshire justices answer's federal judge's questions in voter residency caseThe state supreme court ruled Wednesday that a person who has a New Hampshire home is considered a resident when it comes to elections, answering questions posed by a federal judge who is presiding over a challenge to a state law.

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N.H. Task Force Recommends Seacoast Beach Reopening PlanAll Seacoast beaches could soon be reopened for walking, running, swimming and surfing under a plan delivered Thursday to Gov.

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New Hampshire hotel reopening rules may differ from nearby statesCONCORD — New Hampshire is considering a different approach than its neighbors when it comes to allowing out-of-state residents back in its hotels and other lodging establishments.

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New Hampshire to get more than $3M in auto loan settlementNew Hampshire will receive more than $3 million in a multistate settlement with auto loan financing company Santander over allegations that it knowingly targeted consumers who were likely to default on its loans.

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New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen informs Biden campaign she does not want to be vetted for vice presidentJeanne Shaheen has informed Joe Biden's presidential campaign that she is not interested in being vetted to be the presumptive Democratic nominee's running mate, a source with knowledge of the conversations told CNN.

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NH Sen. Jeanne Shaheen Tells Biden Campaign She Doesn't Want To Be Vetted For VPShaheen is among the group of women Biden has publicly said he would consider as a running mate.

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Three dozen N.H. dams, including Penacook Lake's are in 'poor' condition and eligible for federal aidThirty-nine dams in New Hampshire are eligible for federal funding because they're in poor shape and would create a "high hazard" if they failed - including the dam that creates Penacook Lake, Concord's water supply." These dams..."

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In Depth: COVID-19 and Long-term Care in N.H.We wrap up our in-depth series on COVID nineteen and health care with:a look at long-term care.

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20 dogs, bird rescued from 'filthy' conditions in New Hampshire homeTwenty dogs and a bird were "rescued from squalor and filth" at a home in Hampton, New Hampshire last week, officials said.

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Inside/In: Moss and MoldWith so many of our favorite outdoor activities currently off-limits, we're look for accessible ways to explore the magic of the nature from the safety of our homes our neighborhoods.

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NH startup in career pathway partnership with state Education DepartmentAwato LLC, a developer of personalized career pathfinding software, is partnering with the New Hampshire Bureau of Career Development to provide a statewide career pathways platform for all middle school and high school students.

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Your FAQs Answered: What's Open, And What's Not Open In New HampshireIn an effort to limit the spread of the coronavirus, Gov. Chris Sununu issued a series of emergency orders earlier this year limiting the operations of some businesses, while shuttering others.

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Commercial Building for Sale in Wolfeboro, New HampshireThere is a commercial building for sale on Center Street in Wolfeboro that is simply a gem.

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Local graduates from the University of New HampshireThe following local students were among those who earned degrees from the University of New Hampshire in May 2020.Allenstown: Olivia Tardiff earned a associate's degree; Ashley Walalis earned a bachelor's degree Andover: Molly Comrie earned a master's...

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Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust pioneers new 'rapid' 20 minute coronavirus testTHE focus of coronavirus testing was on Hampshire today after the county was selected for the launch of trials on a new super-fast test for the virus.

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New Hampshire Calling: 'Live' Music ShowOur music shows have been so popular we've decided to make it a regular Thursday thing.

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Initial unemployment claims on the decline in New HampshireMore than 8,000 initial unemployment claims were filed in New Hampshire last week, down more than 1,500 from the previous week, the U.S. Department of Labor reported Thursday.

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New Paycheck Protection Program lending in New Hampshire slows to a trickleNot many New Hampshire businesses applied for Paycheck Protection Program loans last week. Indeed, it seems that some loans already handed out have been canceled or paid back.

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Both New Hampshire senators invited to initial interviews for Biden VP slotCould there be a Granite Stater on the national Democratic ticket? It's not out of the question.

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4 Roadside Oddities On New Hampshire's SeacoastTo continue with our roadside attractions series, we took a trip up to New Hampshire's Seacoast to see some of the odd things we could drive up to and admire.

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New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen informs Biden campaign she does not want to be vetted for vice presidentJeanne Shaheen has informed Joe Biden's presidential campaign that she is not interested in being vetted to be the presumptive Democratic nominee's running mate, a source with knowledge of the conversations told CNN.

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New rapid coronavirus test trialled in HampshireThe trial of a new, rapid coronavirus test has started in Hampshire. The new...

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Initial unemployment claims on the decline in New HampshireMore than 8,000 initial unemployment claims were filed in New Hampshire last week, down more than 1,500 from the previous week, the U.S. Department of Labor reported Thursday.

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New Hampshire Net Metering Expansion in LimboThe New Hampshire State Senate has overridden a February veto by Governor Chris Sununu of SB 159, a bill to expand net metering in the Granite State, leaving open the possibility the bill could still become law once it receives a roll call vote in the House of Representatives.

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No new coronavirus deaths recorded at Hampshire Hospitals Trust for third day in a rowThere have been seven new coronavirus death recorded across all Hampshire hospitals.

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Court answer's judge's questions in New Hampshire voter caseThe state supreme court ruled Wednesday that a person who has a New Hampshire home is considered a resident when it comes to elections, answering questions posed by a federal judge who is presiding over a challenge to a state law.

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New Hampshire viewers say Warren had a strong nightNew Hampshire voters at a watch party for the first night of the latest Democratic debate said they felt Sen.

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New Hampshire unemployment information during coronavirus pandemicTens of thousands of Granite Staters have applied for unemployment benefits that were expanded in March as part of the state's efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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COVID-19 NH: Testing STILL NOT Available To All In N.H.; Even If You Are In Hospital!By Anura Guruge We are over 2-months into THE pandemic and TESTING in New Hampshire is FAR from available to all.

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New Hampshire moves toward creating vaccine registry, the last U.S. state to do soNew Hampshire is on its way to building a registry of who has been vaccinated or immunized — the last state in the country to do so — after the Executive Council approved a key contract Wednesday.

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NH reports first case of coronavirus-related syndrome in childNew Hampshire Health officials Friday announced the state's first case of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in a child.

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91-Year-Old Man Killed in 3-Vehicle Crash in Chichester, NHA 91-year-old man is dead and a 71-year-old woman is injured after a three-vehicle crash Wednesday afternoon in Chichester, New Hampshire.

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Trump heads to New Hampshire amid shakeup in 2020 fieldPresident Trump is holding a rally in New Hampshire tonight, as 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke puts pressure on Republicans to act on gun control.

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Trump in New Hampshire for 2020 campaign rallyPresident Trump is holding a 2020 campaign rally tonight in the battleground state of New Hampshire.

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'Happy Day': Outdoor Weddings Are Back on in New HampshireWedding plans have been turned upside down by the coronavirus pandemic, but there's some hope for couples planning a summer wedding in New Hampshire.

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8 More Coronavirus-Related Deaths In New Hampshire, Cases Rise By 149Coronavirus-related deaths in New Hampshire increased by eight Wednesday, according to the Department of Health and Human Services, bringing the state death total to 190, or 5% of cases.

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New Hampshire Lottery set for e-Instant expansion with IWGConcord, NH - - The New Hampshire Lottery is teaming up with Instant Win Gaming , a leading global instant win games supplier, to enhance and expand New Hampshire iLottery, which has experienced widespread success since its launch in September 2018.

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Testing sites added, eligibility loosened in New HampshireCONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire continues to expand testing for the coronavirus, and while movie theaters and bowling alleys plan for reopening.

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Court answers judge's questions in New Hampshire voter caseThe state Supreme Court has ruled that a person who has a New Hampshire home is considered a resident when it comes to elections, answering questions posed by a federal judge who is presiding over a challenge to state law.

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May 20 NH DHHS COVID-19 update: 149 new positive results with 70 in Manchester; 8 deaths reportedThere have now been 3,868 cases of COVID-19 diagnosed in New Hampshire.

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In Depth: Health Care Workers and COVID-19Th is week on The Exchange: An in-depth series on the impact of COVID-19 on our health care system.

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Uncertainty has New Hampshire's entertainment industry on alertIt may be quiet among the rows of empty seats, but there are ongoing discussions behind the scenes as to when entertainment venues will get the go-ahead to reopen and what processes there will be to go about it.

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New Hampshire moves toward creating vaccine registry, the last U.S. state to do soNew Hampshire is on its way to building a registry of who has been vaccinated or immunized - the last state in the country to do so - after the Executive Council approved a key contract Wednesday.

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Outdoor Weddings OKed in New HampshireNew Hampshire's governor is allowing outdoor weddings this summer, giving brides and grooms a glimmer of hope amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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COVID update: Holy Communion can resume at N.H. churchesCatholic churches can resume giving Holy Communion in person this weekend, although it will be a COVID-style blessing." People will come in one door and exit another door."

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Coronavirus in New Hampshire. Gov. Chris Sununu to Provide Update on ReopeningNew Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu said Wednesday he is pushing to see if the state can reopen its coastal beaches to the public on June 1.

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Are Weddings Going to Go Forward in June in New Hampshire?Imagine planning a wedding during a pandemic. Or worse, having spent the last 2 years planning a wedding only to have all of your hard-laid plans go up in smoke due to a pandemic.

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Coronavirus in New Hampshire. Gov. Chris Sununu to Provide Update on ReopeningNew Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu said Wednesday he is pushing to see if the state can reopen its coastal beaches to the public on June 1.

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Coronavirus Update: N.H. Reports 8 More Deaths, 2 New Outbreaks At Long-Term Care HomesNHPR is continuing to cover the developing story around coronavirus in New Hampshire. Bookmark this page for the latest updates, including case numbers and.

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OK, What's Next?No matter what happens, the world is about to change — has, in fact, already changed.

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Court answer's judge's questions in New Hampshire voter caseThe state supreme court ruled Wednesday that a person who has a New Hampshire home is considered a resident when it comes to elections, answering questions posed by a federal judge who is presiding over a challenge to a state law.

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NH rural health clinics get money to expand virus testingNew Hampshire health clinics are getting nearly $700,000 to expand coronavirus testing in rural communities.

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Some New Hampshire schools are throwing in the remote-learning towel. Will Vermont follow?No schools have petitioned to end their school year, although neighboring states like New Hampshire have begun to see more districts close.

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Unemployment skyrockets in N.H. with 150,000 fewer people workingNew Hampshire's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate ballooned to 16.3 percent in April, the highest level since local reporting on unemployment began in 1976, and a clear indicator of the coronavirus's staggering impact on the state economy.

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Discovering the Outdoor Art of New Hampshire: History in NashuaJames Aponovich's nostalgic "Yankee Flyer Diner" can be found on a building in downtown Nashua.

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New Hampshire Calling: Are You Part Of A Vulnerable Population?Are you part of a vulnerable community and experiencing this pandemic differently? We want to talk to you.

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