N.H. News Roundup: NBC’s Brian Williams apologizes to the Granite State
So last night Brian Williams owned up to the mistake yesterday for NBC. He also listed the great things people should know about the Granite State.
Among those things:
"It's got the best state motto: Live Free or Die."
"It is the home of the First in the Nation Primary."
"New Hampshire has also given us Seth Meyers and Sarah Silverman."
So there's that.
In other news
∎ Hepatitis C testing is starting to slow after last year’s outbreak caused by a medical technician.
∎ The Nashua Police Department says the fatal stabbings of an elderly couple are its top priority.
∎ A new report says renting has increased slightly to just more than $1,000 per month in the Granite State.
∎ Sen. Kelly Ayotte will participate in the Boston Marathon bombings hearing.
∎ State Rep. Andy Sanborn compared the Affordable Care Act with the recent plane crash in San Francisco. After hearing the audio clip of the comment, he apologized.
∎ New Hampshire banks are increasing their lending through the federal Small Business Lending Fund.
∎ Shaheen’s staffers will hold office hours in Pelham tomorrow.
∎ Former NASCAR driver and current analyst Kyle Petty says he still dreads coming back to the New Hampshire Motor Speedway after his son was killed in a 2000 crash.
∎ TechLok won $55,000 from the Manchester Young Professionals Network for winning the MYPN N.H. Startup Challenge business plan competition.
∎ A N.H. police officer caught an alligator in the Lamprey River.
∎ Curious what the paint schemes are going to look like during this weekend’s race at the NHMS?
∎ Here’s a list of capital improvements at area ski resorts for 2013.
(Have ideas for the roundup? Reach web editor Kevin Deane at 369-3302 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter, @CM_KDeane.)