Articles Tagged with new hampshire

John Kasich White House Run ‘Looks Pretty Good,’ Ohio Governor Says

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John Kasich says the White House run “looks pretty good.” The Ohio Governor once again discussed his presidential plans during the Sunday morning news shows. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Governor Kasich said he had no desire to be vice-president. Governor Kasich created a political action committee several weeks ago to explore a possible… Read more »

Dunkin’ Donuts Gives Money To Deserving Students

Dunkin' Donuts awarded $50,000 to deserving students on Tuesday.

The price of higher education has gotten so high that many parents begin saving for their children’s college expenses as early as the day they learn they’re pregnant. Some families find it impossible to aid their children with university costs, relying on financial aid and scholarships. For the past 10 years, Dunkin’ Donuts has been… Read more »

House Explodes On Live Television In Brentwood, New Hampshire


A house in Brentwood, New Hampshire exploded on live television as news anchors on WCVB News in Boston provided commentary on the home, which had been on fire for 15 minutes before exploding. No fire trucks were on the scene when the explosion occurred. The house had been the scene of an officer involved shooting… Read more »

‘Affluenza’ Part 2? Wealthy Exec Charged in Suicide Try That Killed Couple

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“Affluenza.” The word entered common use recently, referring to the carelessness of some wealthy individuals who have so much money that they don’t consider how their actions affect those other than themselves. Was Robert Dellinger another case of “affluenza” run amok? The 53-year-old former Fortune 500 executive who lives in a $2.3 million New Hampshire… Read more »

NH Lottery Surpasses $5 Billion In 2013 Sales

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NH Lottery ticket sales have skyrocketed in 2013 thanks to huge jackpots and a revamped instant ticket system. Sales throughout the state have increased by 16 percent year over year. The New Hampshire lottery system was launched in 1964, but this is the first time ticket sales have surpassed the $5 billion mark over a… Read more »

New Hampshire School Bans Dodgeball Over Bullying Potential

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Windham, NH – A strict anti-bullying campaign is leaving Windham schools without the sport of dodgeball. We’ll attempt to avoid any and all references to the 2004 comedy Dodgeball for the purposes of this article. Even though these days it is played with foam balls that don’t really hurt when they hit you and the… Read more »

Salvation Army Bell Ringer Prompts Woman To Call Police

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Portsmouth, NH – An irritated woman decided to call the cops after a Salvation Army bell ringer set up shop close to her job, according to Seacoast Online. Sarah Hamilton-Parker decided that enough was enough when the Salvation Army bell ringer decided to start collecting donations near the store where she works. Frustrated and annoyed,… Read more »

Cashier Refuses to Accept Food Stamps For Cigarettes, is Fired

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Food stamps have strangely emerged as one of the wedge issues of right now, in a time where many more Americans are forced to rely on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, due to a decade of economic hardship across the country. Yes, as increasing numbers of Americans receive food stamps, so too does… Read more »

New Hampshire Police Chief Killed In Drug Bust Shootout

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At around 10:30 p.m. in Greenland, N.H., one police officer was killed and four others were critically wounded in a small shootout on the New Hampshire seacoast. The suspect fired upon officials conducting a drug investigation. A breaking news report released by Fox News indicates that the dead police officer was none other than Greenland… Read more »