You're on Pleasant heading toward Dover. The car chick say's "turn right on Pegan Lane."
This is where you end up.
The New Hampshire House approved several bills Tuesday aimed at tightening the rules on gun purchases in the state, a dramatic shift in a state known to have some of the least restrictive laws in the country.
Supporters in the Democratically-controlled body voted 199-147 in favor of a bill that would mandate a seven-day waiting period on gun sales. The House also approved a bill 203-148 that requires criminal background checks on commercial sales and a seven-day waiting period for gun purchases.
The bills now go to the Democratically-controlled Senate.
BOSTON - Massachusetts State Police are investigating vandalism that left a World War II monument covered in an oily substance.In Other News
The World War II memorial near Castle Island in South Boston is unguarded and has no nearby surveillance cameras. Officials are now thinking of installing cameras after the memorial was defaced.
Officials aren't sure what the substance is, but say the oil is seeping into the pores of the granite. They've tried soap, scrubbing, power-washing, and say the stains have lightened, but more work needs to be done.