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Feb 11
Job fair to be held in Exeter

EXETER, N.H. (AP) - The New Hampshire Employment Security agency is holding a job fair in Exeter.

Feb 11
Man burned by exploding e-cigarette sues maker, vendor

MOLTONBOROUGH, N.H. (AP) - A New Hampshire man who was severely burned after the battery of an electric cigarette exploded in his pocket is suing the maker of the cigarette and the store that sold it to him.

Feb 11
Judge orders ex-officer to pay $10K in inheritance case

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (AP) - A former Portsmouth police officer whose $2 million inheritance from a woman's disputed will was overturned has been ordered to pay more than $10,000.

Feb 11
Police: Grad student found dead in college dorm

COLCHESTER, Vt. (AP) - Police in Vermont are investigating the death of a St. Michael's College student who was found dead in his dorm room.

Feb 11
Landlord pleads not guilty to 88 housing violation charges

BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - A Burlington landlord has pleaded not guilty to more than 80 charges related to several alleged housing violations at his properties.

Feb 11
Sanders online fundraising gives Clinton a run for her money

WASHINGTON (AP) - Bernie Sanders is giving Hillary Clinton a run for her money, $27 at a time.

Feb 11
An Operatic Novel of a 19th Century Diva

The Queen of the Night by Alexander Chee; Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (561 pages, $28) Alexander Chee's second novel, The Queen of the Night, has a plot so crammed with wild incident, shattering…

Feb 11
Bringing Medieval Works to the Digital World

Bethlehem, Pa. -- At Lehigh University, a visitor to the Linderman Library can plunge into the Middle Ages and study a 15th-century text that shows the Earth as the center of the universe. Or touch the…

Feb 11
Book Notes: Group to Discuss'Between the World and Me' in West Lebanon

The most-talked-about nonf iction book of 2015, Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates, which takes on the sadly eternal issue of American racism in the form of a letter from Coates to his adolescent…

Feb 11
'Harry Potter' Play to Be Published

When die-hard Harry Potter fans first heard that J.K. Rowling was writing a sequel to her beloved seven-part series, they couldn't wait to get their hands on the book. Then they realized the sequel wasn't…

Feb 11
Editorial: Rethinking Police Use of Deadly Force

Eighteen months after the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., a top police research organization has issued 30 guiding principles on the use of deadly force by officers. Police forces should…

Feb 11
Column: Tech Industry Must Confront Wealth Inequality

There are very few issues that Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders, Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton all agree on. One of them is the growing problem of inequality in income and wealth. From the extreme left to…

Feb 11
Column: Kids Bear the Brunt of GOP Debates

We try so hard to protect our children from danger, but that's not always possible. This sad truth hit home Saturday night when my 6-year-old daughter came running down the stairs in her Peanuts pajamas,…

Feb 11
Bradford, Vt., Still Wants Fire Truck

Bradford's Town Meeting and Water and Sewer District Meeting will be held at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, March 1, in the Bradford Academy Auditorium. Bradford, Vt. -- Fire officials will ask voters at Town…

Feb 11
Forum: Penalizing Wrong Type of Vehicle; Missing From the Dartmouth Green; Threat of Legalized Pot

Penalizing Wrong Type of Vehicle To the Editor: In a typical Republican design, New Hampshire Rep. Norman Major, R-Plaistow, has come up with a great idea (sarcasm): Let's tax, fine or impose a fee…

Feb 11
25 Years Ago, Death Came to 'Thirtysomething,' and It Was a Shock

Twenty-five years ago -- on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 1991 -- viewers of ABC's existential yuppie drama thirtysomething readied our Kleenex boxes for what we all thought would be a real weeper of an episode. Nancy…

Feb 11
Web Trump Parody Goes Viral

If you think you've had a lot of Donald J. Trump exposure lately, try being Joe Randazzo. The former editor of the Onion, Randazzo spent months last year immersed in the collected clips and writings of…

Feb 11
Croydon-Area Lawmakers Support School Choice Bill in Concord

Croydon -- A bill before the New Hampshire Legislature would allow the Croydon School Board, which is battling state officials over school choice, to continue sending a handful of children to private school…

Feb 11
Woodstock to Vote On Staff, Library

Woodstock's Town Meeting will take place on Saturday, Feb. 27, starting at 10 a.m. at Woodstock Town Hall. Voting on Australian ballot items will occur on Tuesday, March 1, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Town…

Feb 11
What Some Christians Are Giving Up for Lent: Fossil Fuels

A new initiative in the United Kingdom is not only calling for Christian communities to band together in support of clean energy, but actually helping them get their own electricity that way. The Big Church…

Feb 11
Mary C. Stone

Enfield, N.H. -- Mary C. Stone, 85, passed away in the comfort of her daughters home while surrounded by her family on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016. She was born to the late Earl B. & Elsie E. (McCloud)…

Feb 11
Laurence Terreault

Canaan, N.H. -- Laurence Terreault, 89, passed away passed away Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016, at the Lebanon Center Genesis. Arrangements are pending with the Ricker Funeral Homes & Crematory of Lebanon…

Feb 11
Martin "Marty" J. Canillas

Lebanon, N.H.-- Martin "Marty" J. Canillas, 55, passed away Thursday Feb. 11, 2016. Arrangements are pending with Ricker Funeral Home of Lebanon. An obituary will be published in a later edition of the…