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Ex-Phillips Exeter student's sex assault case moved to superior court - Seacoastonline.com

Ex-Phillips Exeter student's sex assault case moved to superior court
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BRENTWOOD — A former Phillips Exeter Academy student charged with sexual assault has been moved up to Superior Court, with an added charge. Chukwudi Ikpeazu, 18, of Parkland, Florida, is charged in the Rockingham Superior Court with Class A ...

Phillips Exeter ordered to reinstate student expelled over sexual encounter - The Union Leader

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Phillips Exeter ordered to reinstate student expelled over sexual encounter
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U.S. District Court Judge Joseph N. Laplante granted a temporary injunction Tuesday requiring Phillips Exeter to reinstate “John Doe” as a student. Laplante also scheduled an evidentiary hearing for Jan. 13, when attorneys for the family will argue the ...

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Student to Return to Phillips Exeter Academy Prep School for Now After Sex Case - NECN

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Student to Return to Phillips Exeter Academy Prep School for Now After Sex Case
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Part of the campus of the prestigious Phillips Exeter Academy is seen Monday, April 11, 2016, in Exeter, New Hampshire. Phillips Exeter Academy, which was founded in 1781, acknowledged in March 2016 that a teacher was forced into retirement in 2011 ...
Student to return to prep school for now after sex caseBoston.com

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Boy in sex case reinstated at Phillips Exeter - Seacoastonline.com

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Boy in sex case reinstated at Phillips Exeter
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The Doe family alleged in a lawsuit filed in August that their son was wrongfully expelled from Phillips Exeter after he engaged in sexual activity with a female classmate in January 2016. Both students were 15 years old at the time. After a five-day ...

Jury rules in favor of boy in Phillips Exeter teen sex case - Seacoastonline.com

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Jury rules in favor of boy in Phillips Exeter teen sex case
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The U.S. District Court jury, in under two hours, found Phillips Exeter liable for breach of contract, breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing and promissory estoppel (a promise enforceable by law) — all three of the claims the ...
Phillips Exeter principal defends student's expulsionThe Union Leader
Jury rules in favor of teen expelled from Phillips Exeter Academy for having sexNH1 News
Jury rules in favor of family in Phillips Exeter Academy lawsuitWMUR Manchester
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Phillips Exeter dean defends decision to remove boy from school - WMUR Manchester

Phillips Exeter dean defends decision to remove boy from school
WMUR Manchester
A Phillips Exeter Academy dean testified Wednesday that the school conducted a fair investigation before kicking out a boy after he had a sexual encounter with ...

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Mother of boy dismissed from Phillips Exeter says he was treated unfairly - WMUR Manchester

Mother of boy dismissed from Phillips Exeter says he was treated unfairly
WMUR Manchester
She said the family requested the investigator's final report but never got it. The family is seeking reimbursement of roughly $121,000, which includes a year of tuition. Phillips Exeter dean of students Melissa Mischke testified that she met with the ...

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Boy's family, Phillips Exeter disagree as teen sex case begins - Seacoastonline.com

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Boy's family, Phillips Exeter disagree as teen sex case begins
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CONCORD — A mother of a former Phillips Exeter Academy student told a jury Monday that it was her family's dream come true when their son was accepted into the school. The dream changed when a federal suit filed in late August by the boy's parents ...
Trial begins for teenager expelled by Phillips Exeter Academy for having sexNH1 News
Family sues after Phillips Exeter dismisses sonWMUR Manchester

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Phillips Exeter trial set over boy's dismissal after having sex - Concord Monitor

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Phillips Exeter trial set over boy's dismissal after having sex
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Students walk on the campus of the prestigious Phillips Exeter Academy Monday, April 11, 2016, in Exeter, N.H. Phillips Exeter Academy, which was founded in 1781, acknowledged in March 2016 that a teacher was forced into retirement in 2011 after ...
Trial set over dismissal of student by Phillips Exeter AcademyWMUR Manchester

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Lawyers say teen was subject to 'biased' probe at Phillips Exeter Academy - The Union Leader

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Lawyers say teen was subject to 'biased' probe at Phillips Exeter Academy
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EXETER – Lawyers for a teenager expelled from Phillips Exeter Academy for having sexual contact with another student say in a new complaint that school administrators relied on a “biased investigation." The lawsuit, set to be heard by jury next week ...


  
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Exeter man taken down in a high riska traffic stop after gun threat

Katlyn Marin expressed no remorse and no apology to her three-year-old daughter, who she described as her guardian angel, while being sentenced Friday to 45 years to life in prison for her child's... There are football teams that refuse to attempt a two-point conversion unless they absolutely have to, and then there's the University of New ... (more)

Mad Minute stories from Tuesday, November 29th

Motion-activated cameras intended to capture images of mountain lions in a Kansas park have instead snapped pictures of pranksters dressed as animals, monsters and Santa Claus. Police said they found the images on the two cameras at the park in Gardner on Monday.

No holiday lights for New Hampshire town amid code issues

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Trump team struggles for proof of his charge of vote fraud

In this Election Day file photo, a voter enters a booth at a polling place in Exeter, N.H. President-elect Donald Trump tweeted himself into a controversy over voter fraud Sunday, claiming that it had occurred in New Hampshire, Virginia and California. On Monday the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office said it didn't have evidence to back up that claim.

Area Arts: Art Show kicks off holiday fun in Exeter Posted at

Whether you understand physics and the depth of Einstein's theory of relativity is not important. One thing anyone who celebrates Thanksgiving and Christmas knows is this: time speeds up between these two holidays and only slows slightly between Christmas and New Year's.

Sheriff's deputies to be armed with Narcan

Rockingham County Sheriff's Major Darin Melanson takes part in a training session on the use of Narcan last week.

Looking Back with Aurore Eaton: A farewell to former NH Gov. Gil Winant

As 88 members of the Air Force arrived back on U.S. soil Wednesday afternoon, 7-year-old Lucy Toomey of Exeter held a basket filled with Thanksgiving Day cards for them.

NH Business Newsreel: Housing projects get tax credits

You really have to start to wonder if there's anything Tom Brady can't do. Now, he's a scrambler.

Doctor: AED is a lifesaver, and more should be available in NH

State Trooper Christopher Prenaveau, left, and Epping police officer Donald Ross were recognized Monday night for helping to revive Brian Nelson, center, after he went into cardiac arrest at the Epping Walmart last month.

Bauer Hockey needs two judges to referee bankruptcy auction

Bauer Hockey and Easton Baseball will need two bankruptcy judges, one in Canada and one in the U.S., to referee a fight among shareholders over how the sporting goods makers should be sold at a court-ordered auction. The companies, makers of skates, bats and other equipment used by pros and amateurs, are owned by Performance Sports Group Ltd., whose shareholders can't agree on how to organize a sale.

Dining Out: Powder House refreshingly eclectic Posted at

I have a long history at 69 Water St. in Exeter. When I moved to town 15 years ago, the very first restaurant I entered was Sal & Anthony's.

What's old is new again on GOP policy agenda

State Senate Majority Leader Jeb Bradley, left, is shown in this file photo with fellow Republicans Steve Duprey, right, and Reince Priebus.

Trial set over boy's dismissal after sex at Phillips Exeter

A New Hampshire prep school criticized for how it's handled sexual assault cases faces trial on a lawsuit brought by a former student's mother who alleges the school wrongfully withdrew her 15-year-old son after he had sex with another student. The lawsuit alleges Phillips Exeter Academy first said the boy would be placed on leave, but could return this fall after seeking therapy, among other conditions.

As NH ages, so do its drivers

Nick Willard stood outside 135 Orange St. Thursday afternoon, watching intently as members of the Special Enforcement Division of the Manchester police and the city's SWAT team executed a search... - The Boston Bruins scored four goals in a span of 4:01 in the first period and cruised to a 5-2 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets Thursday night.

This Tiny Town Is Now The Epicenter Of N.H.'s Political Universe

After this week's elections, Newfields, New Hampshire is entitled to a little bit of bragging. Two of the town's 1,700 or so residents now hold some of the highest titles in the state.

Governor Sununu? Senator Hassan? Here, They're Just Chris and Maggie

After this week's elections, Newfields, New Hampshire is entitled to a little bit of bragging. Two of the town's 1,700 or so residents now hold some of the highest titles in the state.

The Latest: New Hampshire officials report few voting issues

Service dog "Brody" waits for his owner to finish her vote, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016, at a polling place in Exeter, N.H. Service dog "Brody" waits for his owner to finish her vote, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016, at a polling place in Exeter, N.H. New Hampshire's secretary of state says he believes turnout in the state this year was higher than in any other presidential election. Secretary of State Bill Gardner told The Associated Press on Tuesday night that he was basing his projections on "everything I've seen today" and the fact that many towns were beating the numbers they tabulated in 2008 and 2012.


  
Portsmouth and Seacoast News  Portsmouth and Seacoast News Minimize

Consolidated snaps up FairPoint for $1.5B, adds 3K on-net buildings, fiber to the tower footprint
... expand FairPoint's existing FTTH network that it gained from Verizon to roll out 1 Gbps in select areas like Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Udell said that upon closing the FairPoint acquisition, a key focus will be on enhancing broadband speeds across ...
Grammy winner Ed Gerhard plays Christmas tunes on EDGE Radio Updated at
... held at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 16 and 17 at the Unitarian Universalist Church at 292 State St. in Portsmouth. A portion of proceeds from the shows will benefit ACT ONE - Artists' Collaborative Theatre of New England. There were ...
What's a non-meeting? Portsmouth evades Right-To-Know
Portsmouth has some Splaine-ing to do. Assistant Mayor Jim Splaine is ready to go to court if his colleagues keep holding "non-meetings" to evade New Hampshire's Right-To-Know law.
Master's student wins NH Social Venture Innovation Challenge
... membership with the New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility, a year membership in Alpha Loft in Portsmouth and a subscription to New Hampshire Business Review. Full Broad Spectrum will also get 100 hours of consulting time donated by ...
Milford's Andrews, USC are NCAA Div. I women's soccer champs
... - or break - their year. The same is true for local charities. Should taxpayers in Keene pay for the pensions of Portsmouth firefighters? Are Berlin homeowners on the hook for the Bedford teachers' retirement plan? Manchester's police department ...
Matsuyama wins tourney; Tiger encouraged
... - or break - their year. The same is true for local charities. Should taxpayers in Keene pay for the pensions of Portsmouth firefighters? Are Berlin homeowners on the hook for the Bedford teachers' retirement plan? Manchester's police department ...
Three-car crash in Rochester causes minor injuries
... - or break - their year. The same is true for local charities. Should taxpayers in Keene pay for the pensions of Portsmouth firefighters? Are Berlin homeowners on the hook for the Bedford teachers' retirement plan? Manchester's police department ...
Bukartsa hat trick lifts Monarchs to win
... - or break - their year. The same is true for local charities. Should taxpayers in Keene pay for the pensions of Portsmouth firefighters? Are Berlin homeowners on the hook for the Bedford teachers' retirement plan? Manchester's police department ...
Filling tank on a fixed income difficult Posted at
PORTSMOUTH – When Jane Allen worked for a living, things like 401Ks were not offered, and now that she is retired and living on a fixed income, life is tough. “I worked as a bookkeeper and secretary, first for St. John's Church and then for a flooring company,” said Allen, who is in her 80s.
Editorial Cartoon: Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016
... - or break - their year. The same is true for local charities. Should taxpayers in Keene pay for the pensions of Portsmouth firefighters? Are Berlin homeowners on the hook for the Bedford teachers' retirement plan? Manchester's police department ...
Pension pressure: No reason to subsidize local hiring
Should taxpayers in Keene pay for the pensions of Portsmouth firefighters? Are Berlin homeowners on the hook for the Bedford teachers' retirement plan? When lawmakers set up the New Hampshire Retirement System, they agreed to have the state chip in part of the employer contribution as an incentive for municipal governments to sign up.
'Fierce battle for talent' in NH
... - or break - their year. The same is true for local charities. Should taxpayers in Keene pay for the pensions of Portsmouth firefighters? Are Berlin homeowners on the hook for the Bedford teachers' retirement plan? Manchester's police department ...
Holiday joy parades through Seacoast
PORTSMOUTH – Ryan Bohenko, 3, helped Mayor Jack Blalock flip the switch illuminating the 25-foot tall blue spruce holiday tree in Market Square Saturday evening kicking off the evening's festivities. Ryan is the son of Jeff Bohenko, nephew of City Manager John Bohenko.
Mill developer eyes Hilltop School
... and federal tax credits. Chinburg Properties has developed mills in Somersworth, Newmarket, Dover, Exeter and Portsmouth and has more than 800 apartments and, according to the proposal, with pending projects that number will top 1,000 in next two ...
Portland firm wins contract to dredge Portsmouth harbor starting in Jan.
A portion of the Congressionally-authorized Back Channels portion of the Portsmouth Harbor and Piscataqua River Federal navigation project known as 'Sagamore Creek' in Portsmouth and Rye, New Hampshire, will undergo maintenance ...
Rochester teen headed to school on bike hit by car
... of New Hampshire in Manchester unveiled new learning opportunities in the field of analytics this week in Portsmouth while celebrating... Liberals are not the only ones reluctant to stand up to extremists within their political coalition. Too many ...
Merrimack man accused of protective order violation held without bail
... of New Hampshire in Manchester unveiled new learning opportunities in the field of analytics this week in Portsmouth while celebrating... Liberals are not the only ones reluctant to stand up to extremists within their political coalition. Too many ...
Bottomline Technologies Scoops Win at Prestigious Document Management Awards
... review and state of the art fraud detection, behavioural analytics and regulatory compliance. Headquartered in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, we delight our customers through offices across the United States, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. Businesses around ...
Bottomline Technologies Wins Banking Technology Award for Best Instant Payment Service Initiative
... review and state of the art fraud detection, behavioural analytics and regulatory compliance. Headquartered in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, we delight our customers through offices across the United States, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. Businesses around ...
Triangle: Center selected, symphony grant
... about the charity's work. This year's Top-Rated LGBTQ Charities are: Free2Luv, Seattle; Seacoast Outright, Portsmouth, N.H.; LGBT Center of Raleigh, Raleigh, N.C.; CenterLink: The Community of LGBT Centers, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Equality Florida, ...

  
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NH state rep charged with assaulting police officer at concert - WMUR Manchester

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NH state rep charged with assaulting police officer at concert
WMUR Manchester
Police said the 51-year-old Maloney was part of a rowdy group that refused to settle down when asked by a security officer outside the gate at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion in September. Police said Maloney chest-bumped a responding officer.

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Snow Turns NH Highways into Parking Lots, Crash Scenes - Patch.com

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Snow Turns NH Highways into Parking Lots, Crash Scenes
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CONCORD, NH — About two to three inches of snow that fell across the state of New Hampshire caused numerous accidents and hazardous road conditions for morning commuters on Dec, 5, 2016, according to alerts online. The crashes appear to have ...
Morning snow, accidents snarl rush hour in southern NHThe Union Leader

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Police: Many drivers still ignore NH cellphone law - Eagle-Tribune

Police: Many drivers still ignore NH cellphone law
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But police departments in Southern New Hampshire say they're seeing as many texting drivers — and the accidents and reckless driving that result — as before. Over the lifespan of the distracted driving law, state police have issued more than 4,300 ...

NH voter turnout boosted Trump; final numbers months away | New ... - NewHampshire.com

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NH voter turnout boosted Trump; final numbers months away | New ...
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Nearly 45 towns or city wards in New Hampshire had very high voter turnout on Nov. 8 according to the latest election returns, and they are spread all over the ...
New Hampshire Voting Laws: Too Tight, Too Lax, Just Right? | New ...New Hampshire Public Radio

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Dairy bailout: Do NH farmers need our money? | New Hampshire - The Union Leader

UNH study: More whites are dying in NH than being born - NewHampshire.com

UNH study: More whites are dying in NH than being born
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Using figures from the Centers for Disease Control, Johnson said the birth-death rate ratio in New Hampshire was .97, meaning there was less than one birth for each death. White births made up 90 percent of all births in the state, while white deaths ...

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2016 NH All-State Field Hockey Teams - The Union Leader

2016 NH All-State Field Hockey Teams
The Union Leader
First Team: Hannah Reinfrank, ConVal; Lauren Dishong, Milford; Cecelia Templeton, Derryfield; Eliza Keegan, Oyster River; Lindsey Stagg, Derryfield; Jevan Sandhu, Plymouth; Analise Groves, Derryfield; Haily Blodgett, Portsmouth; Sophie Cardenali, ...

2016 NH All-State Girls' Soccer Teams - The Union Leader

2016 NH All-State Girls' Soccer Teams
The Union Leader
Honorable Mention: Vicky Mudgett, Pembroke, Junior, goalie; Lily Bachelder, Souhegan, Sophomore, goalie; Bridget Ehrenberg, Bow, Junior, goalie; Kassidee Rogers, Lebanon, Senior, goalie; Alma Masic, Manchester West, Junior, goalie; Mackenzie Day, ...

2016 NH All-State Boys' Soccer Teams - The Union Leader

2016 NH All-State Boys' Soccer Teams
The Union Leader
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Why Does CNN Keep Portraying These Two Former NH State Reps as Everyday Trump Voters? - Mediaite

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Why Does CNN Keep Portraying These Two Former NH State Reps as Everyday Trump Voters?
Mediaite
Of course, that wasn't likely true, considering that DeLemus was a member of the New Hampshire legislature, having been elected in 2010 and gaining notoriety in 2011 for sponsoring a birther bill in her state regarding Obama. It appears DeLemus lost ...
Fox Deceptively Edits Obama Interview to Falsely Claim He Told Illegal Immigrants to Vote | MediaiteMediaite

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