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Rindge: Drug use affects everyone around the user

Drug use isn’t something that solely affects the user — it’s a disease which touches everyone in their life, explained Amelie Gooding, the program director of the Keene chapter of the Phoenix House. Phoenix House is a nonprofit substance-abuse treatment agency with 45 programs and facilities throughout New … 0

Greenfield: Student abuse case is pending

JAFFREY — The attorney in a case of alleged abuse of a student at Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center by a former employee is calling for dismissal of the charges, after the state was unable to provide concrete details … 0

Wilton: Grant will aid police in laptop replacements

WILTON — Police will purchase five new laptops and three new computers with assistance from a grant from the N.H. Department of Homeland Security. The money will replace three existing computers in the police station and one in … 0

Mason: Board supports anti-pipeline articles

The Mason Select Board put forth two warrant articles this year addressing a proposed natural gas pipeline that would bisect the town. The first article asks the voters to authorize the Select Board to oppose the pipeline, which is currently proposed by Tennessee Gas Pipeline, a subsidiary of … 0

Hancock: Budget up from last year, but so is revenue

HANCOCK — The proposed Hancock town budget for 2015 will be about $1,985,000, an increase of approximately 4.1 percent over last year’s budget, according to Town Administrator Diane Kendall. But with revenues expected to increase by about 8.5 percent, the amount to be raised by taxation should be … 0

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