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John Moyer, corporate outreach manager for the Humane Society of the United States’ Stop Puppy Mills campaign carries one of the approximately 70 Great Danes rescued from a suspected puppy mill on Friday, June 16, in Wolfeboro. The Wolfeboro Police Dept. called in The HSUS to assist with rescue and long-term care of the dogs.

Wolfeboro woman guilty of 10 animal cruelty charges in Great Dane case

OSSIPEE — A judge has found Christina Fay guilty of 10 charges of animal cruelty.

Circuit Court Judge Charles J. Greenhalgh issued his verdict in a 20-page order that spells out the testimony and evidence during a six-day trial in his Ossipee courtroom.

“The defendant was clearly aware of the conditions in her home and had sufficient knowledge that they were not...

    Maurice Temple is sworn in before taking the stand in his own defense Monday in Sullivan County Superior Court.
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    Sheriffs take Paul F. Larkin III into custody on Monday afternoon, moments after Larkin pleaded guilty to driving the car that struck and killed a pedestrian in Lincoln in 2016.
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    Manchester man arrested for brandishing a knife, threats outside UNH dorm

    Snow spreads across NH; many schools closed

    The woman was captured on video in Rhode Island withdrawing money using cards stolen from Bow.

    Bow police seek to identify possible Felony Lane Gang theft suspect

    Gov. Chris Sununu tells an activist he is opposed a bill that changes the definition of residency, and states that “A person must be a resident of New Hampshire to vote or hold office in New Hampshire.”

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