N.H. News Roundup Feb. 12: Northern Pass, why children must fail
Today the Monitor will be kicking off a new segment we’re going to call “N.H. News Roundup" Almost every weekday at about midday, we’re going to try and link to several interesting stories covered by other newpapers and media outlets across the Granite State. If you see a story and you think it might be a good read for fellow readers, send the link to Web Editor Kevin Deane at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to our inaugural post:
Monitor reporter Annmarie Timmins is live tweeting from the Northern Pass hearing today.
Portsmouth Patch has some suggestions for you if you’ll be shopping for that special someone near the Seacoast.
NHPR’s Rick Ganley speaks with Manchester police Officer Daniel Doherty about gun issues in the state less than 11 months after Doherty was shot trying to apprehend a suspect.
The Union Leader reports Executive Councilor Ray Burton has vowed to come back 100 percent, saying his kidney cancer is curable.
A Lyme teacher has gotten national attention for an essay she wrote titled, “Why Parents Need to Let Their Children Fail,” according to the Valley News.
Senate President Peter Bragdon thinks it's time the Merrimack tolls went away.
Lawmakers make a pitch for a new military project at the former Pease air force base.