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Manchester school official points to 7 weapons cases not brought to conduct committee

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The head of the school board’s conduct committee says the administration has been too willing to give a pass to students accused of serious wrongdoing, including bringing weapons to school. “We need to provide an environment that is conducive to learning and is safe,” Ward 2 school board member Debra Gagnon Langton said.

UNH library halts book disposal after complaints

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UNH library officials decided late Tuesday night to suspend all discarding of books from Dimond Library, in response to complaints from students and faculty regarding dumping books in a dumpster on campus.

Hollis citizens speaking out against controversial gas pipeline

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Nearly 200 people attended Monday night's meeting, where officials from Kinder Morgan shared details on the potential Hollis portion of the Northeast Expansion Project. The debate continues.

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Edie Loeb Tomasko dies, leaves UpReach Therapeutic Riding Center legacy

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UpReach Therapeutic Riding Center in Goffstown is a living legacy for Edie Loeb Tomasko, who died Monday at the age of 57.

Former Manchester diocese official gets 4 years, ordered to repay $288,000

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Msgr. Edward J. Arsenault, once a top official in the Catholic Diocese of Manchester, was sentenced to four years in prison and ordered to repay $288,000 after he pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges of stealing thousands of dollars from the diocese, the estate of a deceased priest and Catholic Medical Center.

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Republican State Rep. Ken Weyler isn't giving up on his efforts to increase state funding for charter schools by about $800 per pupil.

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HURRY OVER: American folk singer and songwriter Tom Rush, who helped shape the folk revival in the 1960s, as well as the renaissance of the genre in the 1980s and 1990s, with tunes and covers including “No Regrets” and “These Days,” will play The Peterborough Players Theater's Hadley Road stage at 8 p.m. Friday.

Tom Rush to perform at the Peterborough Players Theatre

HURRY UP: American folk singer and songwriter Tom Rush, who helped shape the folk revival in the 1960s, as well as the renaissance of the genre in the 1980s and 1990s with tunes and covers including “No Regrets” and “These Days,” will play The Peterborough Players Theater's Hadley Road stage at 8 p.m. Friday.

Sandra Bernhard skewers modern culture with the help of her band, The Flawless Zircons on her 'Sandyland' tour.

Standup, rock 'n' roll and bit of burlesque blend in Bernhard show

Her cutting insight, outspoken views and outrageous mouth are back, with Sandra Bernhard skewering modern culture with the help of her band, The Flawless Zircons.

Ray Zimmerman, who has released 13 discs over the past 20 years, has appeared on HBO and ShowTime and performed on National Public Radio's 'All Things Considered.'

Religion, politics, lifestyles fare game to musical comedian Roy Zimmerman

It's a big, big world full of all kinds of people,” sings Roy Zimmerman, “but there's one thing we can all agree on ...” Then he strums.


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FUNNY STUFF: Stephen Lynch, who considers himself “a musician trapped in the body of a comedian,” will bring his tales and tunes to New Hampshire Technical Institute's Wellness Center Gym in Concord for a 7:30 p.m. show Friday.

Stephen Lynch brings tales and tunes to NHTI

Stephen Lynch, photographed by New York celebrity photographer Dale May. Stephen Lynch, who considers himself “a musician trapped in the body of a comedian,” will bring his tales and tunes to New Hampshire Technical Institute's Wellness Center Gym in Concord for a 7:30 p.m. show Friday.

ASK AWAY: Mike Doughty's World-Renowned, Award-Winning Question Jar Show, headed for The Stone Church in Newmarket on Saturday, will find the musician taking (typically weird) queries from audience members in between tunes.

Mike Doughtry's concerts are as much about delivering tunes as fielding often-odd questions from audiences

Writing songs is not a hobby for Mike Doughty; it's the center of his life, which is itself a subject he will readily discuss if asked at his upcoming Question Jar shows at The Stone Church in Newmarket.


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The 18th annual Family Fun Fair will take place Saturday at the NH Sportsplex in Bedford from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
Presented by Parenting New Hampshire, the interactive event features activities, games, exhibits and performances, including David Hall Magic, the Steve Blunt Trio and Mad Science shows. Kids running races start at 12:35 p.m., and activities wil include arts and crafts, a petting zoo, slot car racing, face painting, train rides, juggling, mascot photos, bounce houses and a Bubble Dance Party. Exhibitors representing New Hampshire family programs and services will be on hand to information about children's health, creativity, learning and other subjects with parents and caregivers. 
Event proceeds will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Manchester. Admission is $5, with a $20 cap for families at the door; children age three and younger get in free of charge. For more information, visit www.parentingnh.com.

Family Fun Fair brings day of fun to Bedford's NH Sportsplex

The 18th annual Family Fun Fair will take place Saturday at the NH Sportsplex in Bedford from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

LITERARY ADVENTUIRES: A team of powerhouse writers whose “Spirit Animals,” Infinity Ring” and “The 39 Clues” series have made bestsellers lists will visit Exeter High School to meet with fans on Friday.

Best-selling authors to visit Exeter

In an age when bestselling books become box-office smashes from Harry Potter to the “Hunger Games,” five blockbuster authors will meet in Exeter for the Worlds Collide #1s Live Tour to greet fans of the popular “Spirit Animals,” “Infinity Ring” and “The 39 Clues” series.

Medieval festival to bring 'time travelers' to PSU campus

Sword and cannon demonstrations, along with wandering minstrels and pirates, will highlight Plymouth State University students' third annual Prince John's Medieval Festival from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday on the Alumni Green at the Hartman Union Building on High Street.

WALK INTO THE PAST: Re-enactors revisit the Crown Point Road, which initially followed the preexisting trade and war route from the great Connecticut river westward into the Champlain Valley.

Program at Charlestown fort travels down military road's history

A few short stretches of the Crowne Point Road have been integrated into town roadways, but much of the military thoroughfare that supported countless troops and supplies has disappeared.

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New London couple receives EPA lifetime achievement award

On Tuesday afternoon, John and Kittie Wilson were standing in Boston's historic Faneuil Hall, receiving the Environmental Protection Agency's Environmental Merit Award for Lifetime Achievement.

The Harris Lodge of Warner recently installed officers: standing from left are Edwin Geffken, Harvey Greenberg, Warren Williams, Ron Piroso, Bob Lethbridge, David MacAllen, Andrew Bennert and Roger Becker; and sitting from left, Don Wheeler, Louis Corson, Brian Stiles, Fred Courser and Bob Lawrie.

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Bow officer on Mount Everest climb survives avalanche

A Concord police officer taking part in a Mount Everest expedition was not injured by a recent t avalanche on the world's tallest mountain that killed 13. .

The Friends of Stark Park  received the Restoration of a Historic Site Award for their Stark Family gravesite project.

The 2014 winners of the Manchester Historic Association historic preservation awards

The work of individuals, businesses and public agencies in preserving Manchester's rich architectural and community history was recognized last week when the Manchester Historic Association presented its 22nd annual Historic Preservation Awards at a dinner ceremony at the Center of New Hampshire.

AHEAD program hits $50K mark for housing initiative

AHEAD, a social services agency that has worked for more than 20 years to provide North Country families with affordable housing, has reached the $50,000 mark in fundraising efforts for its new “Better Homes AHEAD” housing initiative, its executive director said.

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