Maybe it’s the long, lazy summer days, when people have more time on their hands. Maybe it’s the spillover from presidential candidates’ vitriolic attacks against various groups in America and their fellow candidates. And most likely, the internet has removed some of the filters from our behavior by providing alleged anonymity. But regardless of the
Years ago, going downtown was a big deal. Downtown had plenty of stores for everyone’s needs, lunch counters and full service restaurants, and maybe some recreational activities. And it was a place to see fellow townspeople. Then came malls and shopping centers, and downtowns died off, although the buildings remained.
With plenty of advance notice, including signs on the major highways of the state, New Hampshire’s hands-free law went into effect July 1. That advance notice gave drivers time to figure out how to hook up their vehicle Bluetooth or to buy a device for older cars that would enable hands-free use of cell phones