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Bank of America's Ken Sheldon on 10 to Watch

5/20/2019
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Ken Sheldon, president of Bank of America in New Hampshire, says the bank is proud to help encourage young talent in the Seacoast.

Duration:00:03:21

Eversource's William Hinkle on 10 to Watch 2019

5/20/2019
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William Hinkle of Eversource says the energy company is sponsoring the 10 to Watch young professionals contest because of its desire to be a leader in workforce development.

Duration:00:03:45

Andrew Yang: I could rise like Trump

5/10/2019
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Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang, a Phillips Exeter Academy graduate, doesn't share President Donald Trump's political views. But Yang explains why he believes he could surge to the top of a crowded Democratic field like Trump did as the outlier in a large field of Republicans in the 2016 race.

Duration:00:01:42

Finding Employment for those Living with Disabilities

5/3/2019
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NH State Senator Martha Fuller Clark, Chris Muns, CEO of One Sky Community Services and Jim Kane, founder of INGU (I Never Give Up) chat with Edge Radio about an April 9th article, published on Seacoastonline.com that highlights the efforts of INGU and One Sky in finding employment for those living with disabilities.

Duration:00:29:11

Bill Kristol: Trump should face a Republican challenge

4/26/2019
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Bill Kristol, a neoconservative political commentator and founder and editor of the now-defunct political magazine, The Weekly Standard, made the case why Republican President Donald Trump should face a Republican primary in the upcoming 2020 presidential primary.

Duration:00:07:43

Will to Walk: "I don't want her to be left behind"

4/19/2019
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Part 1 of 3: Shelby Cormier discusses her life as a single mother to 4-year-old twins Brooklyn and Logan, following the loss of her husband in 2015. Brooklyn has cerebral palsy, and the family is fully focused on getting her to walk independently.

Duration:00:01:50

Will to Walk: 'His heart got sick'

4/19/2019
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Part 2 of 3: Pete Cormier, a police officer, died unexpectedly of a heart attack in 2015, leaving his wife, Shelby, and twins Logan and Brooklyn, the latter of whom has cerebral palsy and is fighting to walk. The family recalls the immeasurable loss, and how they've picked up the pieces.

Duration:00:02:45

Will to Walk: Preparing for surgery

4/18/2019
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Part 3 of 3: Four-year-old Brooklyn Cormier, who has cerebral palsy, goes to physical therapy five days a week, preparing for an April 23 specialized surgery at St. Louis Children's Hospital, which is hopefully the next step in her living life freely on her feet.

Duration:00:03:20

Sen. Watters endorses Cory Booker

4/17/2019
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Dover state Sen. David Watters explains why he is backing Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., in the 2020 presidential race.

Duration:00:01:39

NH lottery chief: State has long gambling history

3/22/2019
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New Hampshire Lottery Commissioner Charles McIntyre speaks at UNH Law School about the state's place in U.S. lottery history.

Duration:00:00:21

Residents return to fatal Berwick fire scene

3/14/2019
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Diane Shover was among the residents who collected belongings Thursday, March 14 at the scene of the four-alarm fire apartment building fire at 10 Bell St. in Berwick, Maine, that took the life of Berwick Fire Capt. Joel Barnes.

Duration:00:02:48

Eliot Local Stories Project

3/14/2019
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Students from Eliot Elementary School interview elders for Local Stories Project.

Duration:00:04:25

Family seeks answers on man's death in Rochester

2/28/2019
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Michelle Karakaedos, the mother of two of Thomas Young’s children, discusses the unanswered questions family members have about Young’s death in Rochester in May 2018, as well as the affect those unanswered questions have had on them.

Duration:00:01:24

9/11 widow pushes to repeal NH's death penalty law

2/22/2019
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Andrea LeBlanc of Lee, a longtime peace activist whose husband died in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, recently spoke before the New Hampshire Legislature in favor of a bill that would repeal the death penalty in the state. Here she tells Seacoast Media Group that the U.S. is one of few developed countries that still implements the death penalty.

Duration:00:00:33

Matt Renner reflects on 'Free Solo,' growing up on the Seacoast

2/9/2019
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National Geographic Vice President for Production Matt Renner, who grew up in Durham, is the executive producer of the Oscar-nominated documentary "Free Solo."

Duration:00:46:12

Singing valentine available for hire

1/31/2019
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Each Valentine's Day, the Sounds of the Seacoast Chorus divvies up into barbershop quartets, traveling the region to bring surprise songs to significant others.

Duration:00:01:15

Indonesian woman free after 7 months in ICE custody

1/25/2019
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Longtime local resident Etty Tham, an Indonesian Immigrant, was released from Strafford County jail Friday, Jan. 25, 2019, picked up by her son-in-law, Mike Lockhardt after being held for seven months by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Duration:00:03:25

UNH President James Dean's vision

1/24/2019
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University of New Hampshire President James Dean shared his strategic vision for the future of the school Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019.

Duration:00:10:07

Sen. Shaheen hopeful for bipartisan solution to reopen government

1/23/2019
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Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., visited Wing-Itz in Dover Wedensday to talk about the impact of the partial government shutdown.

Duration:00:02:32

Voices of Women's March 2019 in Portsmouth

1/19/2019
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Women in attendance at the Women's March in Portsmouth on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019 share their views.

Duration:00:03:45