Sorry, it’s hard to come up with a new headline each week for the adoptable pets feature. Nevertheless, it’s one of my favorite little web extras we do, because I really enjoy reading about all of the pets’ personalities! We’ve got two cats this week; click either picture to learn more.
— Casey McDermott (@caseymcdermott) January 12, 2018
For Isidro Rodriguez, it started in 2009, when he was working in the Woodsville Elementary school cafeteria and saw what happened to kids with lunch debt. The student would take a tray of hot food…
“And then upon checking out, they’ll give their numbers, or enter their numbers into the system. If there’s a negative balance, most of the time they take that lunch back,” Rodriguez says.
Rodriguez says the policy was to throw out that hot lunch and give the student an alternative meal. At Woodsville Elementary, that meant a sandwich made with sunbutter, which is like peanut butter but made with sunflower seeds.
Alex and Susan Prout filed the civil lawsuit on behalf of their daughter in mid-2016 after Tunbridge resident Owen Labrie’s conviction on statutory rape and other charges. Click here to read more.
Watch footage from the scene below.
A New Hampshire brewing company will be put up for auction in March.
The Associated Press reports that Hampton, N.H.-based Smuttynose Brewing Co. will be sold at a bank auction on Friday, March 9. The 24-year-old company said it generates more than $10 million in annual revenue.
The sale includes the Smuttynose brand, its facility on the historic Towle Farm in Hampton and Hayseed Restaurant located next to the brewery on 13 acres. It brews some well-known beers that can be found throughout New Hampshire, including its Finestkind IPA and Shoals Pale Ale.
Read more here.
We have posted about a few ice skating rinks this year, but this one is probably the least conventional
Via the Town of Plainfield, NH Facebook page:
“The Estabrook Brook School on Route 12A in Plainfield Village has notified the town office that as a result of last week’s rain they have some excellent field skating available on their property. All are welcome to lace on some skates and enjoy.”