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ALTON — The man who was arrested for disorderly conduct last year at a selectmen’s meeting for what one selectman called “character assassination” has been awarded $42,500 in damages by a federal court judge.
Jeffrey T. Clay, 57, of 53 Mallard Drive, was arrested approximately 40 seconds into the allotted five-minute comment period on Feb. 3, [...]
Right-to-Know Supreme Court Victory
Our state’s Right-to-Know Law became more robust on April 19. That’s when the New Hampshire Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision that public bodies must, if requested, provide documents in electronic format when they are maintained electronically.
For me, this was an enormous victory. As an elected member of the Timberlane Regional School [...]
by Ed Naile
Welcome to NH Coach Metzler! Now maybe its time you waddled back to Massachusetts.
Obviously in over his shaved head, Coach Metzler has both of them in the proverbial wringer this month.
First he thought he could create an “new” NH Right to Know Law that exempted anything he didn’t want the public or even [...]