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Vermont assisted suicide law a ‘tragic moment’: Cardinal O’Malley

“I echo Bishop Matano of Burlington in calling this a tragic moment for Vermont. It is also a sign of an alarming trend nationwide. In the three states where physician-assisted suicide is now legal, doctors are called upon to destroy life, rather than to save life and provide much-needed comfort in times of pain and distress,” Cardinal O’Malley said…

NH open road tolling under way in Hooksett

New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan on Wednesday cut the ribbon to signal the start of open road tolling at the Hooksett toll plaza in time for Memorial Day weekend. The four lanes of open road tolling — two northbound and two southbound on Interstate 93 — officially opened at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. The $23 million project converted six conventional toll lanes to the …

Hampton Chamber Celebrates Opening of Beach View Market

The Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting recently to celebrate the opening of the Beach View Market at 101 Ocean Boulevard in Hampton Beach.  Owner Chuck Bellemore, who also owns The Beach View Inn, gathered his staff and well wishers for the event at the new store, located in the same building as the Inn.

NH House kills Casino bill

Gov. Maggie Hassan fought for a casino and the Senate overwhelmingly passed casino gambling, but the House of Representatives refused to play along, voting Wednesday to kill the bill. The bill was rejected by a 199 to 164 vote and followed some tradition: The 400-member House has never passed expanded gambling. Senate Bill 152 would legalize one "high-end" casino with up to 150 table games and no more than 5,000…