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Poll: Jobs replaces COVID-19 as most serious problem in NH

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – Just 10% of New Hampshire residents in a recent poll believe COVID-19 is the most serious problem facing the state, down from 36% in March and 48% in November, according to the University of New Hampshire Survey Center. The virus used to be the No. 1 problem listed in ...

New Hampshire AG: Beware of fraudulent airline security screening sites

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – Airline passengers who apply for access to expedited security screening should be aware of fraudulent websites that appear to be associated with the Transportation Security Administration PreCheck Application Program, the New Hampshire attorney general’s office said ...

Milford Rotary names Telage; swim meet this weekend

MILFORD – For only the 8th time in 71 years, the Milford Rotary has named a woman, Paula Telage, as the president of the chapter. Held at the Community House on June 29, the Board of Directors took their oaths of office for this new Rotary year. As is tradition, past president Chris ...

Milford police, fire, ambulance issued cease-and-desist order

MILFORD – Last month, the Milford departments of police, fire and ambulance services were sent a cease-and-desist order for violation of RSA 659:44-a, which prohibits electioneering by public employees. The complaint was submitted by Kevin Kleber on March, 3 and a letter was issued by the ...

Hitchiner to invest $1 million in renewable solar energy

MILFORD – Hitchiner Manufacturing Co., the premier industrial supplier of complete-to-print, high-volume, complex thin-wall investment castings and fully finished casting-based subassemblies and components, has announced the installation of a 510-kilowatt array on-site at one of its Milford ...

Amherst Library: No more late fees

AMHERST – While many area libraries took a hit during the pandemic, the Amherst Town Library fared better than most. And effective last month, late fines on books are a thing of the past. Library Director Amy Lapointe said that fines were suspended during COVID. “We did change a ...