NEW CASTLE — Ray Demers has spent the past 50 years on a personal odyssey of exploration and documentation of a shipwreck he discovered off New Castle in the 1960s. He finally is ready to present his work to the public and believes it is part of a unique chapter in the conflict between Colonists and Native Americans.
BELLINGHAM (AP) — Corgi owners around the nation are rallying around a slain Bellingham dog, calling for the harshest penalty for the man charged with killing Molly, a Pembroke Welsh corgi.
According to the latest gossip news updates, however, her non-stop insinuations that she is ready for an engagement ring reportedly has the Underworld star ready to split.
LITTLETON, N.H. - The search continues for a man missing since a mysterious car crash Thursday night. Littleton Police are searching for 43 year-old Christopher Gochee. He was last seen in his vehicle at around 7 p.m. Thursday in Woodsville.
It was June 1991, and the investigation into the New Hampshire murder led almost immediately to the victim’s roommate, a 20-year-old stranger from Western New York. Jonathan M. Conklin didn’t kill Michael, but he did admit to helping orchestrate the attack.
The drinking water in 13 towns across New Hampshire went glass-to-glass, and Walpole came out on tap.
It led to police Chief Joseph Gordon placing Wood's name on the Laurie List, which includes law enforcement officers from around the state with credibility concerns. Officers are placed on the Laurie List solely at the discretion of local police chiefs.
More than 7,000 local agencies participate in the program, according to federal data obtained and shared by the news site MuckRock. New Hampshire is no exception. As of December, 74 local forces were enrolled.
NORTH BERWICK, Maine — An unidentified person was struck and killed by the Amtrak Downeaster train 695 Saturday night about 7 p.m.
PITTSBURG, N.H. —The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests has purchased conservation easements on two parcels of land belonging to Roy and Laurel Amey in Pittsburg’s Indian Stream Valley.
However, Velleca's time in New Haven was not problem-free. The newspaper reported several of the detectives under his command filed hostile work environment complaints and the year after he retired as acting chief in 2011, the department paid $20,000 to settle a sexual harassment suit a female detective filed against him.