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Mother of child that suffered brain damage at hastily licensed foster home sues DCYF

The state DCYF and a private social service agency that rushed through the licensing of a foster home are being sued by the mother of a young boy who suffered brain injuries at the foster home, according to records and reports filed in court in connection with the case.


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    Bristol police are investigating this fatal crash scene where on Friday night one motorist died and another was injured. Witnesses say the driver of a Cadillac was speeding and passing cars in the breakdown lane.

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    Six men were arrested during a drug sweep this week in the Gate City: Jonathan Griffin, Alexander Waldron, Michael Bendel, Gage Armand, Patrick Sleeper and Julian Bush.

    Six men arrested in Nashua drug sweep

    Manchester motorcyclist, 24, dies in Bedford crash

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