All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘New Hampshire’

Kelly Ayotte Takes Early Stance To Defend Her Seat

Kelly Ayotte is already gearing up for her next political fight. The popular New Hampshire Republican senator is already being forced to guard her position in the swing state before the 2016 elections, because historically, New Hampshire already tends to vote Democrat during election years. Republicans across the state and even Chris Christie, New Jersey governor and potential presidential candidate, …

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Kate Matrosova: 32-Year-Old Hiker Freezes To Death In New Hampshire

Kate Matrosova was dropped off by her husband at the base of the mountains of the Presidential Range in New Hampshire on Sunday morning. Kate Matrosova’s plan was to hike alone to the top of Mount Madison, then hike through Mount Adams and Mount Jefferson, and to the top of Mount Washington. There, Kate Matrosova would stand at the summit …

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Kathy Lee Gifford Promotes Wine, Makes Friends

Kathy Lee Gifford was in the Northeast over the weekend to promote her line of wines called Gifft. The popular co-host of the fourth hour of NBC’s The Today Show was in Nashua, New Hampshire at a liquor store signing bottles of wine and making friends with fellow wine lovers. Kathy Lee Gifford was also doling out samples of Red …

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Mitt Romney Crushes New Hampshire Poll; 2016 Bid?

If someone was to grab you on the street and ask you who you thought the leading candidate for the 2016 Republican nomination for President would be, a plethora of names could tumble from your mouth – Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, etc. etc. The last name many would expect to hear on that list would be …

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COPSLIE License Plate: Court Says Vanity Plate Must Be Allowed

Think that cops tend to be less than truthful and want to share that belief on a vanity license plate so you can inevitably be pulled over more often? Now you can if you live in New Hampshire, as the state Supreme Court ruled that the DMV must allow a license plate that reads “COPSLIE.” The request for the COPSLIE …

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John Durkin: Missing Student Found Dead in Rome

The Boston Globe reports sad news today: the Bates College junior from Rye Beach, New Hampshire who was reported missing on February 19th has now been reported dead. The 21-year-old was on a study-abroad trip along with 54 other students in Rome; the Italian Railway Police reported online that the body of a 21-year-old United States citizen had been found …

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Mary Pickford Film Found and Restored

Mary Pickford is best known as an actress during the silent film era of Hollywood, co-founder of United Artists, and one of the original 36 founders of the Academy of Motion Picture of Arts and Sciences, and now the world will soon be able to see a film of her’s that was thought to be lost forever. The film, Their …

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Sibling Bullying Could Affect Mental Health, Shows Study

A new study published this week in the journal Pediatrics shows that the aggression so commonly seen among siblings can negatively impact the mental health of children and adolescents. Researchers from the University of New Hampshire (UNH) looked at sibling aggression data from the UNH Crimes Against Children Research Center’s National Survey of Children’s Exposure to Violence (NatSCEV), which samples …

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Hepatitis C: Hospital Worker Charged with Infecting Patients

The Hepatitis C outbreak at a New Hampshire hospital has been linked to former worker David Matthew Kwiatkowski, who is thought to have infected at least 30 people during his employment as a medical technician in the cardiac catheterization lab. Additionally, Kwiatkowski is believed to have stolen an undisclosed amount of Fentanyl, a controlled substance which is reportedly more powerful …

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Google Politics Show People Are Interested In This Jon Huntsman Fellow

The good citizens of New Hampshire descend upon the voting booths today and, ahead of whatever today’s results may yield (i.e., Mitt Romney wins), Google Elections & Politics has some encouraging news for oft-neglected Republican candidate Jon Huntsman. As you probably noticed (or, understandably, didn’t notice), Huntsman barely made a blip in last week’s Iowa caucuses as he had a …

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