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Paige Sutherland

Southern New Hampshire Reporter

Before joining NHPR, Paige was a freelance writer for Boston's NPR affiliate WBUR, a freelance political reporter for WATD, and a general assignment reporter at the Boston bureau of The Associated Press.

A graduate of the graduate journalism program at Northwestern University, Paige received her undergraduate degree in Philosophy at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts.

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    Ski Season Has Officially Kicked Off in New Hampshire
    This weekend in New Hampshire will be a cold one...cold enough to even go skiing.Two ski resorts are kicking off the winter season this weekend in the…
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    Handful of N.H. Officials to Attend Veterans Day Ceremony
    Top New Hampshire officials will be at the state’s Veterans Cemetery Saturday in honor of Veterans Day.Governor Chris Sununu, U.S. Senators Jeanne Shaheen…
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    N.H. Supreme Court to Review St. Paul's Grad Request for New Trial
    The state’s highest court will hear an appeal from a St. Paul’s graduate convicted of sexually assaulting a freshman student on campus in 2014.Last spring…
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    Survey: N.H. Top Place to Retire to in U.S.
    New Hampshire is the best state in the country in which to retire. That’s according to the financial website Bankrate.com.Its new report gave New…
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    N.H. Supreme Court Rejects Mazzaglia's Appeal for New Trial
    The N.H. Supreme Court has denied Seth Mazzaglia's appeal for a new trial for the 2012 rape and murder of UNH student Lizzi Marriott.The court unanimously…
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    N.H. Shop Owners Call on Residents To Join in on 'Plaid Friday'
    The day after Thanksgiving is better known as Black Friday when shoppers rush to the stores in the early hours for a bargain. But local New Hampshire shop…
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    Negligent Hiker Law Put To The Test In N.H. Supreme Court
    The New Hampshire Supreme Court is set to issue its ruling on whether an out-of-state hiker should have to pay for his rescue back in 2012.Earlier this…