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Federal Tipoffs Involving New Hampshire Newsletter for Sunday August 04, 2019 ( 3 items )  

Air Force Expands Treatment Capabilities to Address PFOS/PFOA
PORTSMOUTH, New Hampshire, Aug. 2 -- The U.S. Air Force Civil Engineer Center issued the following news: By Linda Geissinger The Air Force cut the ribbon July 23 on a new groundwater treatment plant that enhances its ability to protect drinking water supplies from contamination at the former Pease Air Force Base, New Hampshire. "This is a milestone that honors the Air Force's commitment to address contaminants at military installations across the country," said John Henderson, Assistant Secre  more

New Hampshire U.S. Attorney: Former FCI-Berlin Chaplain Sentenced to 40 Months for Accepting Bribes to Smuggle Drugs Into Prison
CONCORD, New Hampshire, Aug. 1 -- The U.S. Attorney for the District of New Hampshire, Scott W. Murray, issued the following news release: Joseph Buenviaje, 53, of Berlin, was sentenced to serve 40 months for accepting bribes from inmates and providing contraband in prison, United States Attorney Scott W. Murray announced today. According to court documents and statements made in court, Buenviaje began working as a chaplain at the Federal Correctional Institution in Berlin, New Hampshire in 2  more

Poor Air Quality Expected for Portions of Southwestern and Coastal New England on Tuesday, July 30
BOSTON, Massachusetts, July 29 -- The Environmental Protection Agency issued the following news release: New England state air quality forecasters are predicting air quality on Tues. July 30 that is unhealthy for sensitive groups, due to ground-level ozone, in southwestern and coastal New England. The areas that are predicted to exceed the Federal air quality standard for ozone on Tuesday are: Western Connecticut into southern Berkshire County in Massachusetts and coastal Essex County in Massa  more