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    All the Good Sports: Pay The Man His Due

    All the Good Sports: Pay The Man His Due

    Yes, it's true, Tom Brady is doing just fine. But that doesn't mean he doesn't deserve even more.
    Coming Attractions: Going The Extra 'Mile'

    Coming Attractions: Going The Extra 'Mile'

    Blistering explosions, sizzling hot romance, and heartwarming dogs. It's your typical summer weekend at the movies!
    Jay Dawg's Perfect Attendance Streak Comes to an End!

    Jay Dawg's Perfect Attendance Streak Comes to an End!

    Jay Dawg's a producer, on-air personality for 'Cail and Company,' host of 'Coming Attractions' and 'Box Officer Round-Up' as well as Jay Dawg's 'Walk to Work' and he doesn't miss work. 

    All the Good Sports: Unique Debut Evokes Memories of The Impossible Dream

    All the Good Sports: Unique Debut Evokes Memories of The Impossible Dream

    Two former Fisher Cats combined for a memorable MLB debut.

    Ssshhhhh ... The Key to Better Fishing Cod Be These Secret Spots

    Ssshhhhh ... The Key to Better Fishing Cod Be These Secret Spots

    Big fish in New Hampshire could be one cast away.

    Senator Charged With Domestic Violence Faces Challenger

    Senator Charged With Domestic Violence Faces Challenger

    A Randolph, New Hampshire, woman is waging a write-in campaign to challenge Jeff Woodburn, the Democratic minority leader facing domestic violence charges.

    Google Clarifies Location-Tracking Policy, But They Still Know What You're Doing

    Google Clarifies Location-Tracking Policy, But They Still Know What You're Doing

    Google has revised a help page that erroneously described how its "Location History" setting works, clarifying for users that it still tracks their location even if they turn the setting off.

    Ski Resort Resort Overworked Minors, Owner Will Resolve Child Labor Law Violations

    Ski Resort Resort Overworked Minors, Owner Will Resolve Child Labor Law Violations

    A company that runs ski resorts in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts has agreed to resolve child labor law violations and pay a penalty of over $21,500, the U.S. Labor Department said Thursday.

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