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Matthew Stella of Merrimack has been arrested on numerous criminal charges involving a female juvenile.

Merrimack teen allegedly held girl captive, assaulted her

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The 18-year-old is accused of spraying the girl with pepper spray, handcuffing her to a shower rod and threatening to use a stun-gun on her, according to police.

Pipeline push gets a second wind

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When the governors of the six New England states announced a plan in January to get a new natural gas pipeline built at ratepayer expense, it looked like the deadlock between pipeline builders and the owners of power plants might finally be broken.

Lyndeborough resident and selectman Fred Douglas decorated a donated cut spruce tree to replace the tree that was run over in late October.  A new spruce tree will be planted in the spring.  This is the first year a lit Christmas tree shines with the holiday spirit in the center.

Lyndeborough official would not give up on tree

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The Grinch who ran over the Christmas tree couldn't destroy the holiday spirit of Lyndeborough residents.

SHAWN CARTER

Murder suspect fit for trial?

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As the 18 month-anniversary of the gruesome murders of Timothy Carter and his mother, Priscilla Carter, passed this week, the attorneys for the alleged killer, Shawn Carter, are questioning whether he is fit to stand trial.

'Interview' buzz spreads to NH

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Christmas Day movie-goers in Keene filled the seats to see the controversial comedy “The Interview.”

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The New Hampshire Marine Memorial at Hampton Beach, looking east over the Atlantic Ocean. The original honor roll listing 248 servicemen lost at sea during wartime is carved into the wall that forms the back of the granite bench behind the sculpture. Forty-three names were later added on the opposite side of the bench.

The Marine Memorial at Hampton Beach is dedicated

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AFTER SEVEN YEARS of hard work, the New Hampshire Marine Memorial Commission was finally able to unveil the impressive granite monument at Hampton Beach that honors New Hampshire's servicemen lost at sea during wartime. The New Hampshire Marine Memorial was dedicated in a formal ceremony on Memorial Day, Thursday, May 30, 1957.

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As of Tuesday afternoon, the Union Leader Santa Fund for the Salvation Army totaled $157,237.10, but donations are still being accepted and very much appreciated.

Employees of Catholic Medical Center made a: $5,000 donation to the Union Leader Santa Fund.

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Sam Kilbourn and Lenny Zarcone of the WRIGHT BROTHERS serve up a comedic slate of mime, acrobatics and song.

Mix of magic and physical comedy to hit Seacoast stage

Pontine Theatre for a seventh year will bring December to a close by clowning around.

The AMAZING NANO BROTHERS — Dan is a bit of a know-it-all and Joel is a bit naive — are tasked with delivering a juggling show about atoms, molecules, nanoscale forces and scanning probe microscopy.

The Amazing Nano Brothers to captivate in Concord

The Amazing Nano Brothers — Dan is a bit of a know-it-all and Joel is a bit naive — are tasked with delivering a juggling show about atoms, molecules, nanoscale forces and scanning probe microscopy.

Half of the DUELING PIANOS team, Ed Connors draws crowds into an energized musical rivalry.

Lots of chances to laugh on Dec. 31

Before the clock strikes 12 beneath this Queen City roof, two pianists will have faced off in a musical duel, a comedy hypnotist will have spellbound some folks and a quartet of new England funny men will have brought 2014 to an end with a barrage of laughs.


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Traditional, contemporary photography at Edwards gallery

"The Center and Edge” an exhibition both of traditional and contemporary photography, will open at the Edwards Art Gallery at Holderness School on Monday, Jan. 15.


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Pipeline push gets a second wind

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When the governors of the six New England states announced a plan in January to get a new natural gas pipeline built at ratepayer expense, it looked like the deadlock between pipeline builders and the owners of power plants might finally be broken.

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Lyndeborough resident and selectman Fred Douglas decorated a donated cut spruce tree to replace the tree that was run over in late October.  A new spruce tree will be planted in the spring.  This is the first year a lit Christmas tree shines with the holiday spirit in the center.

Lyndeborough official would not give up on tree

The Grinch who ran over the Christmas tree couldn't destroy the holiday spirit of Lyndeborough residents.

'Interview' buzz spreads to NH

Christmas Day movie-goers in Keene filled the seats to see the controversial comedy “The Interview.”

Driver Taryn Laskey is all bark and bite behind wheel

Taryn Laskey sure took an unusual path to becoming a monster truck driver.

KOKORO DINOSAURS, based in Woodland Hills, Calif., features ancient creatures of all sizes and shapes. Shown at left is one of the robots from a past exhibition.

Robots to return to NH science center

Hear that rumble? Feel the ground quaking? Yes, it's true, something big is headed back to the Queen City.

Santa tracking and Christmas readings to take place over scanners Christmas Eve

Local first responders will be keeping an eye out for Santa Claus on Christmas Eve and anyone with a scanner will be able to tune in and follow his journey through Strafford County as he delivers gifts to everyone on his “nice” list.

Fundraiser to combat homelessness reaches milestone

A year-long effort to raise $200,000 to help find housing for Nashua's chronically homeless individuals has been achieved.

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