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On the eve of the Dalton town meeting, the New Hampshire Attorney General’s office looked into a social media post from the town moderator, who encouraged residents to take photographs of out-of-state license plates at the town hall so the vehicle owners can be tracked down.
(The Center Square) – The U.S. Supreme Court Monday announced it would hear a major Second Amendment court case that could have broad implications for gun rights.
The Lyndonville Trustees have approved a vendor license for the sale of CBD products from public parking spaces in the village.
The Littleton man charged last year with providing electrician services without a state license and, according to the homeowner, doing sub-par work that required nearly $2,000 to correct, has been sentenced and ordered to pay restitution.
Vermont and New Hampshire should mandate a hunter safety course be part of the school curriculum in every middle school or junior high. Yes, as a long-time teacher and school administrator I know teachers are overwhelmed with mandates but I feel learning to handle a firearm safely is of critical importance in a region where firearms are so prevalent.