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April 08. 2013 3:30PM

Candia, NH man cited for 41 lbs of illegal eels in Maine

Officials said Monday that 41-year-old Phillip Parker, of Candia, N.H., was summonsed last Wednesday in Newport with 41 pounds of eels, known as elvers. Fishermen have been getting about $2,000 per pound for their catch this season.

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WaPo: Beautiful aurora timelapse captured by Mount Washington Observatory

Friday's spectacular aurora was captured by the Mount Washington Observatory's cameras, in addition to a beautiful show of undercast from atop the 6,300-foot New Hampshire peak.

NH man charged with streaming video from Mass. women's room is government employee

ARLINGTON, Mass. — A New Hampshire man has been charged with secretly recording women in a bathroom at a Massachusetts cafe, and authorities say they’re investigating whether he planted cameras at other restaurants.

Video: Bright fireball streaked across Northeast sky Sunday night turning night into day

The fireball appeared around 11 p.m. on Sunday night, and coincided with reports of “shooting stars” and meteors. The American Meteor Society, which tracks fireballs, has received more than 150 reports of this fireball from Virginia to New Hampshire, and as far west as central Ohio.

Keene woman arrested after losing gun at the 'Big E'

Chief Ronald Campurciani told the 22News I-Team 41 year old Gabrielle Emerson of Keene, New Hampshire told a police officer that she had lost her purse and that there was a gun in it.

Veteran officer, 65, indicted for allegedly supplying inmate with morphine; jail superintendent doubts others involved

BRENTWOOD — A veteran corrections officer who was fired from the Rockingham County jail has been indicted on charges he provided morphine to an inmate.

Bishnu Acharya is one of roughly 100 Rustic Crust employees who were paid in full the three weeks between the fire that destroyed the longtime bakery and the opening of a temporary facility at 5 Main St. in Pittsfield.

USA Today: How a New Hampshire CEO's fast decisions saved his business

Rustic Crust was on track for record monthly sales of its all-natural frozen pizza crusts when a fire burned its rural New Hampshire factory to the ground on March 6.

New Hampshire operates nation's second-best nursing homes after R.I.

Top ranked nursing home states included Rhode Island, New Hampshire and Maine. Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana were among the worst.

Undersea cable endorsed by electric group

According to a statement issued by the Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Company, which represents more than a dozen Bay State municipal light departments, it is publicly backing and plans to participate in New Hampshire Transmission’s SeaLink project.

In debate on siting Downeaster layover facility, a switch: Too few riders?

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Adam Sandler reflects on his and Chris Farley’s firing from ‘SNL': ‘It hurt a lot’

'The fact that me and him got fired? Who knows. We were on it for a few years, had our run, and everything happens for a reason.'

MetroCast making transition to all-digital format

Communities affected by the change include Alexandria, Alton, Alton Bay, Barnstead, Belmont, Bridgewater, Bristol, Center Barnstead, Center Harbor, Deerfield, Epsom, Franklin, Gilford, Gilmanton, Hebron, Laconia, Meredith, New Durham, New Hampton, Northfield, Northwood, Pittsfield, Sanbornton, Strafford, Tilton, Wolfeboro and Wolfeboro Falls.

As veto override looms, Governor Hassan to issue order re-establishing juvenile justice board

CONCORD, New Hampshire — Governor Maggie Hassan says she will issue an executive order later this year to re-establish the state's juvenile justice advisory board.

Group asks to meet with Monadnock Humane Society board over director's ouster

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