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SEA Members Mourn Passing of Councilor Burton

The SEA joined residents all over the state this week in mourning the passing of longtime Executive Councilor Ray...

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CCSNH Adjunct Professors Have Their First Contract

After more than two years, the adjunct professors at CCSNH have earned their first contract. The deal became official...

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Operation Santa Claus Gets Early Start

Volunteers hoping to make process easier for all involved Christmas may only come once a year, but for the...

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Quarterly Council Meeting Nets Three New Board Members

Heather Fairchild, John Hattan, and Cheryl Towne Are SEA’s Newest Directors Last Thursday, nearly 100 SEA members participated in...

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Operation Santa Claus Work Never Rests

Chapter 40 Held a Book Fair Fundraiser Recently As many of you know, Operation Santa Claus isn’t just a...

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Think It’s Safe Working on Roads? Think Again.

If you need another reason to be extra cautious around road construction sites, Jared Rumford Jr. has a story...

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DES Tops Again in 20th SEA 5K

Nearly 400 runners and walkers braved blustery conditions Saturday morning to take part in the 20th annual SEA 5K...

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For NH’s Roads, DOT Scientist Gets Down to Gooey and Gritty

For all the time spent driving on roads, there’s not usually much consideration to how much goes into making...

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State Stalls Making Employees Whole After Illegally Ending Shift Differential Pay

Last month we reported that the SEA filed an Unfair Labor Practice complaint (ULP) against the State related to...

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When Weather Gets Rough, ‘Thank a Plow Driver’

“Over the river and through the woods … if you make it to grandma’s, thank a plow driver!” That...

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