“Red-Flag” Gun Bill Headed to Sununu for Likely Veto

by Gino June 30, 2020 Front Page News

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A bill allowing guns to be taken from people who present a danger to themselves or others is on its way to Republican Gov. Chris Sununu, who is likely to veto it. The Democratically-controlled Senate voted 14-10 Monday for the bill, which would allow relatives or police to petition a court […]

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Proposal would make National Parks FREE for more Disabled Veterans

by Gino June 29, 2020 Front Page News

BAR HARBOR, Maine (AP) — The U.S. Senate has passed a bill introduced by a pair of New England senators that would make disabled veterans able to attend national parks for free. Maine Republican Sen. Susan Collins and New Hampshire Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen proposed the bill. It’s designed to provide all veterans who suffered […]

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Fund Created to Help Self-Employed in New Hampshire

by Gino June 26, 2020 Front Page News

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A fund has been created to help sole proprietors in New Hampshire experiencing hardship during the coronavirus pandemic. The Self Employment Livelihood Fund will offer amounts up to $50,000 to those mom-and-pop businesses that qualify. Gov. Chris Sununu said Thursday it’s estimated that between 10,000 and 15,000 individuals statewide are going […]

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Man Accused of Threats, Sought in Northern New Hampshire

by Gino June 25, 2020 Front Page News

Picture of Duane Masters courtesy of Littleton Police Department’s Facebook Page   LITTLETON, N.H. (AP) — Police in northern New Hampshire are looking for a man accused of threatening his girlfriend with a stolen gun. Warrants have been issued on various charges for 35-year-old Duane Masters, whose last known address was in Waterville, Maine. In […]

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Congressman Chris Pappas Joins Gino on The Magic Morning Show

by Gino June 24, 2020 Front Page News

Congressman Chris Pappas called in to the Magic Morning Show today and talked with Gino about a plethora of topics. They discussed the Congressman’s response to an order barring foreign workers on a slate of employment-based visas, upcoming relief packages for COVID-19, two significant Supreme Court decisions affirming workplace protection for the LGBTQ community and […]

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New Hampshire Fish and Game Seeks Bear in Unprovoked Attack

by Gino June 23, 2020 Front Page News

CANAAN, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire Fish and Game officers are trying to trap a bear that injured a man in Canaan in what is being called a rare, unprovoked attack. Fish and Game Lt. Jim Kneeland says the man had deep cuts from the encounter but he managed to scare the bear off. Kneeland […]

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The Widest Racial Disparity Stemming from the Coronavirus Pandemic is in Maine

by Gino June 22, 2020 Front Page News

The widest racial disparity stemming from the coronavirus pandemic is in Maine, where Black residents are contracting the virus at 20 times the rate of their white neighbors. Maine has the highest percentage of white residents of any state. It also has a low rate of coronavirus infection, with less than 3,000 cases in total. […]

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