Registration open for free Summer Youth Programs at Owl Brook Hunter Education Center

read more…: Registration open for free Summer Youth Programs at Owl Brook Hunter Education Center

Free youth day programs will be offered again this summer at the Owl Brook Hunter Education Center in Holderness. These programs give boys and girls ages 10–15 the chance to learn about shooting sports, bowhunting, and other outdoor skills. Sessions will be offered in July and August at Owl Brook, which is operated by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department.

NH DOT to present Route 3 improvement project during May 22 Hooksett Council meeting

read more…: NH DOT to present Route 3 improvement project during May 22 Hooksett Council meeting

The New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) will present the US Route 3/NH Route 28 roadway improvement project at the upcoming Hooksett Town Council meeting.  This 1.4-mile roadway project proposes safety and mobility improvements, as well as pedestrian and bicycle improvements between the Alice Avenue/West Alice Avenue and Whitehall Road/Martins Ferry Road intersections. 

She sought an ally; now, LGBTQ advocate says barber’s actions led to harassment, doxxing

read more…: She sought an ally; now, LGBTQ advocate says barber’s actions led to harassment, doxxing

The day of the incident Prunier anonymously posted his account of what happened on the private Goffstown The Real Deal Facebook page.  He then posted   “No Trespassing” orders he sent to five women banning them from his shop.  They included Harbus, Select board member Kelly Boyer, her wife Pam Boyer, Jillian Bernat, admin of the Goffstown The Real Real Deal Facebook page, and Jillian Pelletier.    The women’s addresses were listed.