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March 28, 2008
WINDSOR, N.H. – This triangle-shaped town, wedged into the woods well west of Concord, has no store, no post office, no police force of its own. It counts 250 residents, but fewer live here year round. On the dead-end road that runs through the heart of rural Windsor, from White Pond to [...]
March 18, 2008
Liberal Groups Collect $350 Million in Funds for ‘08 Election
ABC News’ Jacqueline Klingebiel Reports: Seven liberal groups announced Tuesday that they plan to spend $350 million in 2008 on mobilizing voters and advocating on behalf of Democratic candidates.
“We believe that 2008 has the potential of creating not simply a change election, but [...]
Tax tabs divide Windsor
WINDSOR – The smallest New Hampshire town south of the White Mountains is being divided by a battle over taxes – who pays them, when they pay them and where the money goes.
About a year ago, a group of concerned citizens formed the Windsor Coalition of Taxpayers and began asking questions [...]