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Paradis qualifies for U.S. Amateur | New Hampshire
On Monday at Taconic Golf Club in Williamstown, Mass., the 22-year-old fashioned rounds of 69 and 74 on the par-72 layout to finish as the third and final qualifier. His 143 total trailed only Will Kannegieser (72-65-137) of Minot, Maine, and Sam Goldenring (71-68-139) of Florham Park, N.J.
PSU sets grid schedule | New Hampshire
The Plymouth State University football team will open its season on Saturday, Sept. 1, at Castleton University before starting defense of its MASCAC crown two weeks later.
Ramirez' four hits propel Fisher Cats | New Hampshire
MANCHESTER— Harold Ramirez began the week ranked fifth among Eastern League hitters with a .304 batting average. He moved closer to the No. 1 spot in that category by collecting four hits Monday night to help the Fisher Cats defeat the Trenton Thunder, 4-2, at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium.
Are moose plates helping wildlife? | New Hampshire
This is not true in Milford, where Fish and Game’s Nongame & Endangered Wildlife Program (N&EWP) is part of the cause of the further endangerment of three threatened and endangered species, and not the solution.
Kushner Cos. is probed over harassment of low-income tenants | New Hampshire
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Tenant Protection Unit opened the probe after residents of Austin Nichols House in Brooklyn accused Kushner Cos. in a lawsuit of doing work “that released dangerous toxins into the air and created unlivable conditions for tenants, including vermin and excessive construct
Another All-Star start for Sale | New Hampshire
For the second year in a row, Chris Sale of Boston and Max Scherzer of Washington will be the starting pitchers in the All-Star Game, the highlight of Monday’s announcement of the starting lineups.
Foxwoods 301: Newman looks to ignite season | New Hampshire
LOUDON— When asked what he’d consider success at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this weekend, Ryan Newman, driver of the Richard Childress Racing No. 31 Chevrolet Camaro, quipped, “two wins.”
A little change reaps big rewards for Fishers' Harris | New Hampshire
Harris, Toronto’s first-round pick (29th overall) in the 2015 First-Year Player Draft, altered his delivery that night and didn’t allow a hit in six scoreless innings to help the New Hampshire Fisher Cats pull out a 6-1 victory.
Knowing the signs | New Hampshire
To the Editor: How to stop school shootings? Decades ago, some disgruntled U.S. Postal Service workers were known for “going postal.” A profile emerged, and postal supervisors were trained on how to spot behaviors before a tragedy occurred. It was apparently very successful because it cleared the pr
Opposing the Granite Bridge Pipeline | New Hampshire
To the Editor: I’m shocked that so few people have heard of the Granite Bridge, a proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) pipeline that would run along Route 101. Liberty Utilities, a multi-billion-dollar corporation based in Ontario, wants to build this pipeline along with a 200-billion-cubic foot LNG
MIke Shalin's Working Press: Sox rotation may have sprung leak | New Hampshire
The Red Sox, long thought to be in need of a bullpen arm and perhaps a right-handed bat at the trade deadline, have sprung a bit of a leak in the starting rotation and that may be where
Recycling in Bedford | New Hampshire
To the Editor: When using the Bedford Transfer Station, I noticed the new signs regarding recycling and then I heard reports on NHPR regarding the “crisis” in the recycling world with the sale of recycled items. When I read the article in the May 30 issue of the Union Leader about decisions being ma
Pressure to preserve trapping | New Hampshire
In April, the commission had no problem voting to protect the fox with a reduced bag limit because our fox populations have been in a sharp decline for years. The trappers, with their paranoid fear of pro-animal advocates out to get them, pressured the commissioners with rhetoric that the “antis” we
Study: Vitamins, supplements do not reduce heart disease | New Hampshire
Researchers say for those who consider themselves healthy "with no history of disease and a well-balanced diet characterized by high intakes of fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts and fish, there is no reason to spend money on multivitamin supplements."(DREAMSTIME)
4 lingering household odors and how to remove them | New Hampshire
Some household odors are easy to identify and eliminate, while others have more staying power. These lingering smells aren’t only offensive, but they can also make a poor impression on houseguests and even reduce the sale value of your home. Here’s how to get rid of unwanted odors and restore order
The same law for everyone | New Hampshire
To the Editor: I write relative to the article on Saturday, June 30, by Mark Hayward. My comment is that there is a problem for the family he described. However, the root cause is that the family, particularly the father, came here illegally.
Tall Ships to make stop in Portsmouth next week | New Hampshire
Phil von Hemert, vice chairman of the Piscataqua Maritime Commission, says the Parade of Sail will start at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, July 25. It begins at the mouth of the Piscataqua River and is scheduled to reach the Memorial Bridge around 10:45 a.m.
'Hungry for Hope' benefits Port City recovery center | New Hampshire
John Akar, co-owner of Cava Tapas and Wine Bar on Commercial Alley, and Renee Plummer, vice president of marketing at Two International Group, are planning a third annual Hungry for Hope event at One Harbour Place. It is scheduled for July 30.
Stand up to internet sales taxes | New Hampshire
In reading the Declaration of Independence, published for our Independence Day celebration to remind readers why we celebrate this day, about half-way down the list of grievances against the King of Great Britain I see this statement:
The value of fences | New Hampshire
To the Editor: “In ancient times, a city with broken walls revealed a defeated people, exposed to danger and shame.” That is why the Jews, back from many years in captivity, rebuilt the walls of Jerusalem.