NH News Roundup on Monday, April 3

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Glenn Coppelman

Spring snow

Children caught in ravages of opioid crisis (Seacoastonline)

Fatal Tent Collapse Criminal Plea Postponed (Caledonian Record)

Leading Me Off a Cliff in the Granite State, Weaponized Drones in the Nutmeg State: Has the World Gone Crazy? (InDepthNH.org)

Why Should You Care NH: I’m surrounded by darkness, headed higher and higher up the side of a mountain, the snow banks building taller and taller, no traffic in sight, and that’s good because the road is getting so narrow two cars wouldn’t be able to pass along here anyway.

The Snow Report — Enjoy spring skiing at its finest (Conway Daily Sun)

By Lloyd Jones Hello, April, and welcome to arguably the best spring skiing conditions in years. Mother Nature isn’t ready to put away her skis or snowboards just yet.

Boston man arrested on heroin and crack cocaine charges (Berlin Daily Sun)

BERLIN — Following a six-month investigation involving multiple law enforcement agencies, a Boston man was arrested Thursday night on charges he allegedly sought to sell heroin and crack cocaine.

Bill that would allow Eversource-Hydro-Quebec deal wins approval (NHBR)

NH Senate OKs measure that would let PUC consider power purchase agreements

Spit Brook Fire Station addition approved (Nashua Telegraph)

NASHUA – The Planning Board approved a site plan amendment that will allow for a two-story addition

Insanity findings in NH murders becoming a common result (Union Leader)

Since 2006, at least seven defendants charged with murder have been allowed to plead not guilty by reason of insanity.

New wall has opened door to more illegal aliens at Strafford County jail (Union Leader) 

Building a wall inside the Strafford County House of Corrections is paying off for the county jail — the only one in New Hampshire that houses illegal aliens for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Trump budget puts legal assistance on the chopping block for low-income Granite Staters (Concord Monitor)

Served an eviction notice on Jan. 26, Mae Bilodeau had all but resigned herself to getting kicked out of her Franklin apartment.

Firefighters disperse propane leak at Swanzey gas storage facility early Sunday morning (Keene Sentinel)

SWANZEY — Thirty firefighters from across the region worked to disperse a cloud of propane gas that formed after a tank at a gas storage facility on 575 Sawyers Crossing Road leaked early Sunday morning.

China Finds the Way to Trump Is Through His Son-in-Law (New York Times)

Jared Kushner is deeply involved in China relations, including preparations for a visit this week by President Xi Jinping.

Disclosures Show Trump’s Staff Mixed Politics and Paydays (New York Times)

As cash has flooded Washington from a variety of groups, even the anti-establishment activists and operatives who sided with President Trump have been enriched.

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