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A Heroin-Stop the Circle Rally was held in Manchester's Veterans Park on Saturday afternoon to bring education and contact with resources to area residents about the epidemic of drug and heroin use that is gripping the area.The rally featured personal and professional speakers, music and booths representing assistance and recovery programs for addicts and their families.Kelly Riley shows a picture of her son, Richie Rodier, who she lost to an overdose at age 24.

Spotlight on addiction struggle: Rally against heroin

Those gathered for the “Stop the Circle” rally Saturday in a downtown park heard from a U.S. senator, the city's mayor and police chief, even a presidential candidate. But it was the voices of those who have lost the most to the state's heroin epidemic that resonated most deeply.   7

Along with installing interpretive signs and an interpretive trail, the renovation of Profile Cottage in Franconia Notch is the final thing on the Old Man of the Mountain Legacy Fund's to-do list for Profile Plaza. Dick Hamilton, who is the legacy fund's president, said the cottage will contain exhibits about the Profile House, a grand hotel in Franconia Notch that in its heyday could accommodate 800 guests, all of whom came there to see the iconic profile of the Old Man of the Mountain on nearby Cannon Mountain.

Old Man of the Mountain project winds down

Nathaniel Kibby of Gorham listens during his arraignment in Conway District Court on July 29, 2014. He goes on trial in March, accused of kidnapping, sexually assaulting and imprisoning a 15-year-old girl. Concerns have been raised about protecting the girl's identity.

Some fear St. Paul's rape trial will set stage for future cases

Northern Pass path shift puts 5,000 acres into play

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