| February 2, 2021
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By NANCY WEST, InDepthNH.orgThe founder of the New England White Network who targeted state Rep. Charlotte DiLorenzo in October sent an alarming email to Rep. Maria Perez on Thursday and posted a message about her on the GAB social media site.
Concord, NH – Attorney General John M. Formella announces that Elvis Guzman, age 45, of Albany, New York, was sentenced today in the Rockingham County Superior Court for his role in perpetrating Grandparent scams targeting older New Hampshire adult victims.
Between October 27, 2020, and November 6, 2020, Mr. Guzman’s co-conspirators called 10 older adult victims throughout the State and deceived them into believing that their grandchildren were arrested and needed money to pay bail.
InDepthNH.org scans the websites of New Hampshire funeral homes each week and selects at random some of our friends, relatives and neighbors to feature in this column.
By PAULA TRACY, InDepthNH.orgCONCORD – Gov. Chris Sununu has been doing a deep dive into the exploding heat and energy costs looking at the region's grid into the future, renewables, and said he believes that hydropower is one of the state's best options for inexpensive, renewable energy."This is the issue over the next few months," Sununu stressed at a meeting with the press this week.
By GARRY RAYNO, InDepthNH.org
CONCORD — The new Education Freedom Account program violates state statutes by using funds earmarked for public education for private programs, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday against Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut.