Epping student told to remove Trump T-shirt

EPPING — An Epping High School student was thrown into the middle of a First Amendment debate after she was told to remove a Donald Trump "Make America Great Again" T-shirt.Freshman Ciretta MacKenzie said she wanted to celebrate the school's "Murica" day Monday by wearing a T-shirt with the president's name and campaign slogan that … Continue reading Epping student told to remove Trump T-shirt

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N.H. Roll Call: Week ending March 29

Legalizing sports bettingHouse Bill 480, "relative to sports betting," is sponsored by Reps. Jason Janvrin, R-Seabrook, and Sean Morrison, R-Epping, and several other legislators. It requires that the N.H. Lottery Commission create a statewide system for sports betting.The House Ways and Means Committee voted 17 to 2 recommending passage, with an amendment. The committee reported, … Continue reading N.H. Roll Call: Week ending March 29

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Epping Fire Dept. will make house calls to help drug users find recovery

EPPING — The Epping Fire Department received a $66,950 grant to help Seacoast communities fight opioid addiction.The federal grant is part of Project FIRST (First Responders Initiating Recovery, Support & Training) and is administered on the state level by the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).But for the men and women on the … Continue reading Epping Fire Dept. will make house calls to help drug users find recovery

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Liberty Utilities tweaks Granite Bridge pipeline project

EPPING — While a group of Epping residents prepares for a referendum on a controversial natural gas line and storage tank, the company behind the project is tweaking its proposal to better protect the environment and serve its current customers.The Granite Bridge project proposed by Liberty Utilities will connect Seacoast residents with natural gas services through … Continue reading Liberty Utilities tweaks Granite Bridge pipeline project

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Granite Bridge pipeline tests state infrastructure corridors

EPPING — If approved, the Granite Bridge liquefied natural gas pipeline along Route 101 would be the first of its kind of utilize the state's designated Energy Infrastructure Corridors.The proposed underground 27-mile, 16-inch diameter pipeline from Manchester to Exeter would be constructed and operated by Liberty Utilities. Its application is before the state Public Utilities … Continue reading Granite Bridge pipeline tests state infrastructure corridors

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Epping residents vote for say on gas pipeline project

EPPING — The town's voters on Tuesday approved a measure to give residents a voice on a project to create a liquefied natural gas storage facility in town.Voters approved a "Right to Decide" resolution by a vote of 654 to 222. Article 31 asked voters their opinion on their right to decide if the liquefied … Continue reading Epping residents vote for say on gas pipeline project

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