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  • Levasseur v. Girard Right to Know Case

    Due to popular demand, we’ve created this portal through which you can easily access all our stories on the dismissed lawsuit Alderman at-Large Joe Kelly Levasseur filed to block the release of public records. Just click here for the page with the stories.

  • RTK Battles over Salacious Surveys in Bedford, Timberlane School Districts

    (Hour 1a, b) We wish the Mayor well.  He’s recovering well from bypass surgery, but has other issues to contend with.  Rich discussed some very

  • Jumping Over Traditional Press on Voter Fraud

    (Hour 1c) Ed Naile and the Coalition of NH Taxpayers are just one of the “lost tribes” battling Voter Fraud.  Naile describes the united effort of non-profit

  • Discussion on Classroom Leveling in MHT

    (Hour 2a) We want to wish everyone a Happy Administrative Professional’s Day.  Especially to all of the secretaries out there!  Our

  • Beer, Food & Dining: Moat Mountain Brews

    (Hour 2b) Dan Lagueux of New England’s Tap House Grille in Hooksett brought in an IPA on steroids this morning.  Heady Topper is a popular beer from Vermont (we thought they only

  • Caring for Seniors: Compassionate Care Hospice

    (Hour 2c) Judy Loubier of Seniors Helping Seniors joined us for another educational edition of Caring for Seniors.  Loubier

  • Inquiries on Ryan’s Residency Requirement

    (Hour 3a) Our “ranting again on Hump Day” host questioned Assistant Superintendent David Ryan’s commitment to his job.  Or at

  • Answers Worse than Silence on Right to Know?

    (Hour 3b, c) Our humble host almost needed a parental advisory warning to accompany this archive.  He described the Right to Know requests by Cathy Gorman to Timberlane Superintendent

  • On Air News Read for April 23, 2014

    04-23-2014 News Standard & Poors, the bond rating agency whose opinions of a state’s or business’ credit worthiness typically has serious benefits or consequences on how their bonds are received in the market announced it’s gone negative on New Hampshire.  

  • Zdziarski blasts Bedford School Board

    Calls for new parental notification and consent policies after salacious student survey.