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This photo provided by Island Park resident John McDaid shows one of Town Council member David Gleason’s campaign signs, incorporating the Portsmouth 375th anniversary logo, along Park Avenue.

Portsmouth candidate defends use of 375th logo on sign

PORTSMOUTH — Town Council candidate David Gleason is defending his campaign signs after a local resident accused him of “degrading” the Portsmouth 375th logo by using it in political advertising. In an e-mail sent Saturday morning to Town Council members, Town Administrator John Klimm and two members of the Portsmouth 375th Steering Committee, Island Park resident

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Portsmouth school defended for Smarties e-mail

PORTSMOUTH — The leader of the town’s substance abuse task force has defended Portsmouth Middle School’s e-mail Thursday that warned parents of some students’ habit of snorting or smoking the candy Smarties. The e-mail caused confusion on the part of some parents and was described as “hysterical” by local blogger John McDaid. It’s since gone viral

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Grant to study Portsmouth man’s digital novel

PORTSMOUTH — A 20-year-old digital novel by Portsmouth science fiction writer John G. McDaid is among the works to be studied under a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant awarded to the Electronic Literature Organization (ELO), the group announced recently. According to ELO, the NEH awarded a $52,000 digital humanities grant to explore and preserve

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