Find Your Trash2Treasures Today, Tomorrow at UNH in Durham

The Whittemore Center is filled with couches, dorm fridges, notebooks, books, white boards, staplers, cleaning supplies, book bags and even the bumper to a Jeep.  Essentially, it’s filled with the things students simply tossed out  last May.

Eversource Asks PUC To Conceal Fiscal Info On Berlin Biomass Plant

Eversource is asking the state’s Public Utilities Commission not to disclose an estimate of when consumers will have paid $100 million extra for the electricity Eversource buys from the Burgess BioPower plant in Berlin. That information would provide a look at the plant’s long-term viability.

Wayne King Showcases His Photos at Libraries in Rumney and Lincoln

In a celebration of Community Libraries and the Arts,  Rumney artist Wayne King’s “Photoexpressionist Mindscapes,” a collection of his images combining photography, painting and digital manipulation, will be on display for the final week of August in two libraries: Rumney and Lincoln.

NH AG Rules Fatal Shooting By Mass. Troopers in Newton, NH, Was Justified

The report concludes that based on all the facts and circumstances, Massachusetts State Troopers Michael Caranfa, Robert Holland, George Katsarakes and Daniel Purtell were each justified in their use of deadly force when each Trooper discharged his firearm at Michael R. Brown, 40, of Presque Isle, Maine,  that occurred in Newton, New Hampshire, on June 15.

Feds Challenge Coos Planners’ Authority

The Coos Planning Board seems headed for a collision with the federal government over the board’s assertion that it has the authority to regulate private projects on federal lands.