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March 20. 2013 11:42AM

Executive Council asked to extend prison study deadline

The consultant's recommendations were due in late September, but the firm has not yet completed its report because of missing data from the state.

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Dartmouth College theme housing includes Harry Potter

HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — From Harry Potter to the 'Herbifloor,' campus housing is becoming increasingly specialized at Dartmouth College.

NH trooper a man of the law -- and of God

Shawn Skahan carries a gun and a Bible — a powerful combo in his life. During the week, he works as a detective sergeant with the N.H. State Police in Keene. On Sundays, he answers to a higher power — as pastor of the East Alstead Second Congregational Church.

From TV to the big screen, 'The Leftovers' star Ann Dowd is everywhere

At some point midsummer, Twitter became an Ann Dowd fan club.

Gilmanton woman arrested after allegedly attacking, pointing gun at fiancé

On arrival, they learned of a physical altercation between Elizabeth Berry, 25, of the same address, and her 24-year-old fiancé. Police say the male party left the residence to call 911, after the altercation. Berry then retrieved a pistol from inside the home, went outside, and pointed the gun at him.

Two arrested for operating alleged meth lab in Berlin

The N.H. Attorney General's Drug Task Force said Linda Greenlay, 43, and Anthony Elwell, 40, have each been charged with one count of possession of methamphetamine and one count of manufacture of methamphetamine.

After 5-year suspension for sex with patient, Gilford psychiatrist may reapply for medical license

Bahder voluntarily surrendered his license in February 2009 after he engaged in sexual activity with a female patient following her treatment for cocaine dependency while she was incarcerated at the Belknap County House of Correction.

Theft doesn't ground Acushnet Post's $1,000 Honor Flight donation

Eric James, post commander, said there was $1,375 in the strongbox, which was the money raised from a pig roast and a motorcycle run on Sunday for Honor Flight New England of Hooksett, N.H., as well as the bar receipts for the day.

In labs and in the law, spice poses chemical conundrum

The culprit behind a string of overdoses and a recent state of emergency goes by several names: 'spice,' 'K2' or, more broadly, 'synthetic marijuana.'

Manchester man dies in accident early Friday in Moira, NY

The vehicle hit a guide rail, became airborne over the river and struck several large rocks before coming to rest on the east bank.

Plaistow police lieutenant investigated for traffic stop irregularities

PLAISTOW — The New Hampshire Attorney General's Office and Rockingham County attorney's office are investigating longtime police Lt. William Baldwin for 'irregularities' that occurred during two recent traffic stops, Town Manager Sean Fitzgerald said.

Friends aid Portsmouth man in intensive care after moped crash

While Dave Stevenson remains in intensive care for head and leg injuries, suffered during a moped crash, his friends have launched an online fundraising account to help pay the bills.

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