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Ex-UNH planner sues university system

Victor Azzi, the former campus planner for the University System of New Hampshire, has filed a lawsuit against the University of New Hampshire and USNH claiming he was unfairly fired from his position in 2001. Azzi’s suit, filed in Rockingham…

State retirement system leads the charge in AT&T suit

The New Hampshire Retirement System, that sleepy holder of pension funds of state functionaries, schoolteachers and municipal police, has been quietly playing a key role in the national effort for monetary damages and corporate governance reform against a variety of…

Concord: USA Springs and the state reach agreement

Concord: USA Springs and the state have reached an agreement on a groundwater withdrawal permit allowing the Pelham-based company to build a bottling plant and collect more than 300,000 gallons a day from wells on its property in Nottingham. The…

Antioch acquires undeveloped land

Antioch New England Graduate School has signed an agreement to acquire 46 acres of wooded, undeveloped land in eastern Keene to be used as a study site for ecological monitoring. The area, bounded on three sides by the Branch River…

Privacy parts

The Union Leader has been zealous in its defense of the right to privacy — J.D. Salinger’s right to privacy, at least. The paper published an editorial commending the good folks of Cornish for respecting and protecting the privacy of…

Architect is chosen for school plans

Architectural Resources Cambridge Inc. has been selected to work on the middle and high school facilities planning process in Laconia. ARC, based in Cambridge, Mass., will be working along with the Rist-Frost Shumway engineering firm on developing plans to address…

Look out below

Yes folks, J. Edward Kerns, the caped crusading former state rep who lived one place and represented another, has filed once again to run for the job he was forced to give up last session in the wake of an…