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Barton 1792 fans are getting a treat in New Hampshire, where the distillery has partnered with the Granite State’s liquor authority to release five Thomas S. Moore single barrel bourbons. The new expressions, which are all sherry cask-finished and bottled at 86 proof, are available only at a few chosen New Hampshire Liquor & Wine Outlet locations.
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Legal sports betting has gained steam in the Granite State since launching during the NFL playoffs last year, though the state took a hit when the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, aka March Madness, was canceled.
A Federal Circuit Court Wednesday rejected the Justice Department’s 2019 decision to revise the Federal Wire Act, agreeing with a lower court in New Hampshire that the 1961 law relates only to interstate sports betting.
A Powerball ticket worth $2 million was sold in New Hampshire this weekend. The winning ticket was sold at Gomarlo’s Supermarket in West Swanzey. Store manager Jared Fisher told News 9 the ticket matched all 5 winning numbers but not the Powerball number, and the winner doubled the prize by playing the Power Play.
The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation has given more than $4.1 million in grants through its Community Grants Program to support the operations of 88 nonprofits working across the state.
Wednesday marked one year since sports betting became legal in New Hampshire. Sununu tweeted that over $300 million has been wagered, providing $10 million in funding for the state’s public education system.
A rise in liquor and wine sales across the state during the COVID-19 pandemic has kept workers at the Bow Distribution Center busy.