N.H. News Roundup: SNHU is off a bucket list, Pillsbury Park’s newest fan
It’s back to the salt mines for many of you after celebrating some of our nation’s most famous past leaders. I didn’t get the day off, so my sympathy for you may be limited, however, I'll never complain about free parking.
If your day is moving a little slower than you’d like, give some of these stories a look:
∎ A police officer has crossed something special off her bucket list: She’s gone back to college after 20 years on the job.
∎ Volunteerism is alive and well in New Hampshire. Three-fourths of Granite Staters lend a helping hand, according to a recent report.
∎ Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Kelly Ayotte and Rep. Annie Kuster are speaking today at a ceremony honoring graduates of BAE Systems’ Women in Technology program.
∎ Pillsbury State Park has a fan in one Phoenix-imported photographer.
∎ For some in the state, small claims court is “an unending battle.”
∎ Do you have questions or opinions about the Downtown Complete Streets Project? Join the Concord Young Professionals Network tomorrow night at the Common Man.
∎ A court appearance that was scheduled for this morning for a Portsmouth high school technology employee charged with felonies alleging he solicited a minor for sex online has been postponed.
∎ The New Hampshire University Student Senate is pushing for the UNH Athletic Department to lower its fee.
∎ Two women got into a scuffle at a Portsmouth senior living apartment building last week during a scheduled bingo game.
(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.)