N.H. News Roundup: Meet Exeter’s newest hero, Brown: Shaheen ‘shameful’
Sometimes someone deserves way more recognition than they get. I think this young man is one of them.
I don’t know how many adults would have done the same.
Do you know how many Pokemon cards or Pogs or Super Nintendo games that could have bought? (Do third graders still like all those things?)
But why did Max do it? “Because it’s the right thing to do,” he said.
There’s hope for the future, everybody. Enjoy your Pixie Stix, Max.
In other news
∎ Scott Brown called Sen. Jeanne Shaheen’s comments about his potential congressional run “shameful.”
∎ Concord Hospital has named Robert P. Steigmeyer its new CEO. He comes to Concord from Geisinger-Community Medical Center in Scranton, Pa.
∎ A woman says two urns containing the ashes of her late-husband have been lost in the mail.
∎ Sanborn Regional High School was in lockdown after a man with a shotgun was reported on campus.
∎ Firefighting is a common theme among one family.
∎ Dartmouth has announced it will open a $3.6 million housing project for its lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex and allied students.
∎ Prosectors say it was a concern for profit that led to the deaths of two workers at a gunpowder plant.
∎ The N.H. housing market is still on the up and up.
∎ Here’s a look at what UNH’s women’s hockey team has in store for this season.
∎ The UNH football team will take on No. 3 Towson this weekend.
∎ Have you had some of the Granite State’s apple wines?
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