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First, today’s weather:

Mostly cloudy, afternoon rain. High: 58 Low: 46.

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Here are the top stories in Salem today:

  1. Where things stand on redistricting in NH | New Hampshire Public Radio (New Hampshire Public Radio)
  2. Standoff Leads To Charges; Indictments; And More: PM Patch NH
  3. What might a first-in-the-nation New Jersey presidential primary look like?| (New Jersey Globe | New Jersey Politics)
  4. KANG YI Obituary (2022) – New Haven, CT – Hartford Courant (Legacy.com)
  5. NH moves to shield remote workers from out-of-state taxation (The Salem News)
  6. STEPHEN GOLDBERG Obituary (2022) – Marblehead, MA – Boston Globe (Legacy.com)
  7. ‘Discriminatory’ land use policies are leaving more people out in the cold (Monadnock Ledger Transcript)
  8. The Seven Modern Wonders of New Hampshire (wokq.com)
  9. State-Run COVID-19 Vaccination Sites to Close on March 31 | Press Releases (NH.gov)
  10. Amesbury boy wrestles his way to NE title (The Daily News of Newburyport)
  11. Historical league names return to the Minors (MLB.com)
  12. Barbara Chamberlain Obituary (1932 – 2022) – Burlington, MA (Legacy.com)
  13. 2 Upcoming Open Houses In Salem Area (Salem Patch)
  14. Opening Day for 2022 Announced for Canobie Lake Park in Salem, NH (94.9 WHOM)
  15. Why are homes in Rockingham County so pricey? (New Hampshire Business Review)
  16. Adopt From Salem Area Shelters: New Dogs, Cats Added This Week (Salem Patch)
  17. ALPCO Announced Its Support of the Ukrainian People in a Company-Wide Communication to Its Employees (openPR)
  18. ? Hampton-North Hampton Daily: What You Need To Know March 16 (Patch)
  19. Obituaries 03-16-2022 (Revere Journal)

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