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NH 'Bans Off Our Bodies' rallies set for Friday night: Here's when and where

PORTSMOUTH — Numerous “Bans Off Our Bodies” rallies have been scheduled across the region and throughout New Hampshire in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision Friday to overturn Roe v. Wade, ending the consitutional right to an abortion. Planned Parenthood New Hampshire Action Fund announced that nine communities across New Hampshire, including three in the Seacoast, will be be held simultaneously Friday at 5 p.m. ...
PORTSMOUTH, NH
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More than 100 neighbors show up for Holt Avenue Neighborhood Watch meeting

MANCHESTER, NH – More than 100 people – and one bearded dragon – attended a Neighborhood Watch organizational meeting earlier this week in Ward 6. Already bonded over annual block parties and holiday food drives, the majority of these neighbors, who identify as the Holt Ave Community, came out because they want to know how to preserve their quality of life.
MANCHESTER, NH
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Jeanette G. Boklund, 95

LACONIA — On Monday, June 20, 2022, Jeanette "Jan" G. Boklund, of Laconia, peacefully went home to be with the Lord at the age of 95. Jeanette was born on February 8, 1927, in Manchester, to Rose and Albert Landry. She married the love of her life, Carl S. Boklund, on June 28, 1946. They raised one son, Carl J. Boklund, in Fairfield, CT, until moving to Trumbull, CT, in 1973 where they resided until retirement in 2007. She proudly worked as an accountant at Bialik and Neville accounting firm in Westport, CT, for 31 years. She and Carl moved to NH in 2007 to be closer to family.
LACONIA, NH
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Seacoast ‘Bans Off Our Bodies’ rallies at Portsmouth, Dover, Exeter

PORTSMOUTH — Numerous “Bans Off Our Bodies” rallies have been scheduled across the region and throughout New Hampshire in the wake of the US Supreme Court’s decision Friday to overturn Roe v. Wade, ending the constitutional right to an abortion. Planned Parenthood New Hampshire Action Fund...
PORTSMOUTH, NH
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Ticks are looking for you, are you checking for them?

As the summer weather beckons people outside, Kaitlyn Morse, founder of a citizen-science organization, warns there is likely something creepy waiting for them to draw near: ticks. Morse founded Bebop Labs, which started working in 2018 to fill in gaps related to public health information. The first gap investigated was...
ASHLAND, NH
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Combating nursing burnout, one workplace at a time

LACONIA — In Joeline Pike’s 31 years as a nurse and nursing assistant, she has learned to spot her own signs of burnout, which peaked during COVID and its wake: Migraines, sleeplessness, relentless worry about her nursing home patients and co-workers — and wondering how much more she could possibly give.
LACONIA, NH
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‘A good haircut transcends language’

There’s rarely an empty seat at B&P, a small barbershop in the center of Manchester. Spanish is the most frequently spoken language here, though customers come from a variety of backgrounds. But that’s not an issue for B&P’s co-owners, Jose Abreu and Andres Rodriguez. They say there...
MANCHESTER, NH
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State to take questions on new forensic hospital during online session

The state is holding its final public information session on a new $30 million 24-bed forensic psychiatric hospital on Thursday, June 30, before seeking bids for the project later this year or early next. The new facility, which will sit on New Hampshire Hospital grounds Concord will replace the current...
CONCORD, NH
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LACONIA, NH
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PHOTOS: Crowds gather across N.H. to protest Supreme Court abortion ruling

At one rally in Manchester, Shira Caplan, Zinal Patel and Sona Mehta said they were frustrated by the court's decision but feel more committed than before to fighting for abortion rights. Hundreds rallied across New Hampshire in protest of the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling overturning the constitutional right to an...
MANCHESTER, NH
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Video: Hot, somewhat humid weekend ahead

The first weekend of summer will feel the part as temps soar (away from the coast) each afternoon. The next chance of statewide showers/storms will come on Monday ahead of a cooler/drier Tuesday. Fair skies for tonight with some patchy fog possible very late. Lows in the 50s for many...
MANCHESTER, NH
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Tips can help deal with delays, cancellations during summer travel

MANCHESTER, N.H. — If you're flying this summer, experts say you need to be proactive to avoid problems, with travel troubles plaguing airports nationwide. Travel experts said anyone flying this summer faces a good chance of having to deal with a cancellation or delay. But they said being prepared and knowing your rights can help ease some of the impacts.
MANCHESTER, NH
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New Hampshire confirms first documented plant extinction

MANCHESTER, N.H. (WHDH) - The New Hampshire Natural Heritage Bureau has confirmed its first documented global plant extinction. The plant, smooth slender crabgrass, was previously only known to exist in Rock Rimmon Park in Manchester, N.H. This is the first documented plant extinction in the state and only the fifth in New England since European settlement. Its demise is likely due in part to heavy recreational use at the park.
MANCHESTER, NH
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WATCH: Rochester Rewind (June 2022)

Meeting Highlights from the Rochester Government Channel. Including links to video and agenda. Agenda items included: Public Input, Monthly Reports – Operations, Administration, and Correspondence. Click here to see the agenda. The Codes & Ordinance Committee did not meet in June. Agenda items included: Public Input, several New Applications/...
ROCHESTER, NH
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