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Prevent Government Shutdowns Act

by Tony March 1, 2019 Front Page News

US Senator from New Hampshire Maggie Hassan has sponsored a bill to end government shutdowns. Hassan, and Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma, have introduced a bill called the, “Prevent Government Shutdowns Act,” which does one thing: requires all appropriations bills to be completed by both the House and the Senate and signed by the President […]

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How to Pay for Family Medical Leave?

by Tony February 28, 2019 Front Page News

As the State of New Hampshire considers passing reforms for Family Medical Leave, two overall plans have emerged between Governor Chris Sununu and the State Legislature and the primary point of contention is funding. Governor Chris Sununu has teamed up with Vermont Governor Phil Scott to propose a voluntary paid Family Medical Leave plan, utilizing […]

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MWO Experiences Highest Winds for the Month of February

by Tony February 26, 2019 Front Page News

  Heavy winds batter New England and Mt. Washington may be bearing the brunt of it. Tom Padham, Weather Observer and Meteorologist at the Mt. Washington Observatory says they had a gust of wind as fast as 171 mph, which is a record for the month of February. Powerful winds are striking elsewhere throughout New […]

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Bartlett Police Fire Back (at article)

by Tony February 26, 2019 Front Page News

Bartlett has been accused of being the most boring town in the State of New Hampshire and the Bartlett Police Department takes umbrage with the allegations. It all started when MSN.com showcased a report on the, ‘most boring town,’ in every State. The report was based off US Census data measuring the age of the […]

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Winter Windstorms Across New England

by Tony February 25, 2019 Front Page News

  Winds are picking up across New England and outages are being reported, primarily in the southern parts of New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont. Power company Eversource is advising people to be prepared for inclement weather by building a standard emergency storm kit. They recommend water, non-perishable food, first aid supplies, any necessary prescriptions, flashlights, […]

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Drive Time Interview: No More Deaths

by Tony Zore February 21, 2019 Front Page News

Tony Zore sits down with Finn Mahoney to discuss a fundraising dinner this coming Monday (2/25) at the Preserve in Chocorua from 5:30-7:30pm. The event will benefit No More Deaths and Bike & Build. Click Here if audio fails. For more information call (603) 707-1356. This Drive Time Interview was made possible by   Drive […]

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