‘‘I never thought for one minute that he took off someplace and started a new life,’’ said Cleary, 59, of Conway, N.H., who was 14 when her oldest sibling vanished. ‘‘I knew my brother wouldn’t just walk away.’’
Forged for protective purposes eight years ago in the Berlin prison, the brotherhood, known as BOWW, had long presented a security concern for prison officials.
On Nov. 27, former Police Chief William May and his wife, Jeanne, came from their New Hampshire home to Donovan Schuster's house in the pouring rain.
Claremont — A Claremont couple is being held without bail after pleading not guilty to multiple counts of child sex abuse and production of child pornography.
HAVERHILL — A methadone clinic is considering opening right on the border of Plaistow and Haverhill. “The building literally cuts through the state line,” Plaistow Town Manager Sean Fitzgerald said.
Wentworth-Coolidge Commission Co-chairwoman Gene Doherty says other fundraising efforts pale compared to the $37,744 the commission raised last year at Rockingham Park.
DOVER — The Environmental Appeals Board has rejected an appeal from the Municipal Coalition of Portsmouth, Dover and Rochester of a Clean Water Permit issued to the Town of Newmarket.
If Maine shrank from the bigness of the day, New Hampshire embraced it, much more familiar with the NCAA playoffs and the atmosphere that can tighten nerves.
Nine percent of districts’ food budgets go toward local products, and 21 percent of districts have vegetable gardens, according to the census.
The change will affect the main cafeteria and a smaller cafe at the Dover hospital, a cafe at Wentworth-Douglass Hospital Professional Center off Indian Brook Drive, and patient menus.
NEW LONDON, N.H. — Children’s author and illustrator Tomie dePaola tackled a big stack of his books on the table. A longtime fan plunked them down at the book signing — just a sampling of the nearly 250 he’s worked on.
EXETER — The state has hired a wildlife control operator who began trapping a group of beavers that built a dam off Brentwood Road and caused water from Little River to spill onto nearby properties, according to town and state officials.
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster wants to require utility companies to produce at least 25 percent of their power from renewable energy sources like wind, solar and biomass by 2025.
Bode Miller had a great run going — a hard-charging run resembling the Miller of old — before making a big mistake near the end to finish 14th.
DURHAM — When some of New Hampshire's most experienced emergency medical technicians (EMTs) first learned about a tough new national exam they are required to pass, more than a few worried that the strong, steady pulse that had defined their careers was about to flat-line.
Andy Harthcock designed and built a 20-foot-tall fractionating column so Djinn Spirits, a new company founded by Harthcock and his wife, Cindy, can make high-alcohol vodka and gin, or lower-alcohol liquors such as whiskey (no more than 160 proof) that are aged in oak casks.