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April 07. 2014 2:11PM

40-year-old Manchester mechanical engineer wins MMA decision

SALEM — Brent Kinberger made a triumphant comeback from an almost four-year layoff by winning the main event of Combat Zone MMA’s “All or Nothing” card by unanimous decision over Mervin “Marvelous” Rodriguez on Friday night in the packed Sports Club at Rockingham Park.



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'I always wanted to be a part of a Adam Sandler movie!' - Kirsten Dunst

His movies are known for shooting in the best vacation destinations around the world and the blonde beauty revealed she wouldn't mind being a part of the comedian's next production.

Ron Howard, Dan Brown to bring Digital Fortress to ABC

Dan Brown will partner with Ron Howard and ABC to bring his book Digital Fortress into a TV series.

Dan Brown's lost 2000-year-old Vatican scroll coming to a bookstore near you

It has been leaked in the New York press that best-selling author Dan Brown will release his latest blockbuster Vatican novel on Christmas Day. The title is to be 'The Last Scroll' based on the remaining 12 pages from a long lost Gnostic text.

NYT: Teen penpals marry after rediscovering each other in NYC using online dating site

She is a daughter of Lesley Arnold of Keene, N.H., and Barton D. Goodeve of Sharon, N.H. She is a stepdaughter of Kenneth Arnold. The officiant was Arpad J. Toth, the bride’s maternal grandfather and a justice of the peace in New Hampshire.

Check out new Sarah Long Bridge design at open house

KITTERY, Maine — The Maine and New Hampshire departments of transportation will hold an open house Sept. 18 to showcase the final design of the new...

Michigan man arrested following Dunbarton sex probe

A 21-year-old Michigan man was arrested Monday after the police said he sexually assaulted a child younger than 16 at a home in Dunbarton.

Keene woman charged with gun possession after losing purse at Big E to be held 20-days for psych evaluation

SPRINGFIELD – A New Hampshire woman arrested after police said she lost her gun at the Big E will undergo a 20-day psychiatric examination before returning to court to face an illegal gun possession charge.

Newmarket teen accused of having sex with 12-year-old girl

NEWMARKET — An 18-year-old Newmarket man has been arrested on accusations he had sexual relations with a 12-year-old girl, knowing her age.

Belknap County fires nursing home administrator, mum on reason

Logue, 50, was notified of his termination on Sept. 3 by the Belknap County Commission, although commissioners did not publicly disclose the reason for his dismissal.

Democrats block veto override to heightened oversight of YDC after employee complaints last year

The legislation passed the House and Senate with overwhelming support, but was vetoed by Hassan.

Reluctant to combat militant Islam, Obama sends 3,000 U.S. troops to Ebola fight

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration is ramping up its response to West Africa's Ebola crisis, preparing to assign 3,000 U.S. military personnel to the afflicted region to supply medical and logistical support to overwhelmed local health care systems and to boost the number of beds needed to isolate and treat victims of the epidemic.

Newington ZBA rejects appeal of expansion of propane facility, Portsmouth says it will sue

The denial came in front of about 50 people in Newington Town Hall, many of them Portsmouth city officials including Mayor Bob Lister, Deputy City Manager David Allen, City Councilor Esther Kennedy, City Attorney Bob Sullivan and state Sen. Martha Fuller Clark, D-Portsmouth.

Sticking to Democratic playbook, latest Kuster attack ad paints Garcia as 'Tea Party' fanatic

U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster released an ad laying out how her campaign will try to define her opponent, state Rep. Marilinda Garcia, as the two battle for the 2nd Congressional District seat.

Scott Brown’s Feb. comments raise questions about his online sales tax stance

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Scott Brown, who only recently called U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen’s decision to oppose an Internet sales tax a 'no-brainer,' apparently was undecided about the issue several months before he entered the New Hampshire race.

Newport schools slash tuition to attract more young students

The new rates reduced the current tuition costs by $432 for elementary students and by $665 for middle school students.

Republican Scott Brown says he gave Ted Cruz the idea to strip the citizenship of Americans who fight for ISIS

Ted Cruz’s bill to strip the citizenship of any American who fights for the terrorist group ISIS sounds like a good idea to Republican Senate candidate Scott Brown. In fact, Brown says he gave Cruz the idea.

NH group receives $140K federal grant to train landscapers about electrical, aerial lift hazards

A total of 78 'nonprofit' organizations are receiving over $10 million in funds through the Susan Harwood Training Grant Program.

Carpetbagger name calling failing to gain traction with voters

As for the carpetbagging, Rath said people have sort of gotten over it. 'We know he’s a Red Sox fan,' Rath said.

Judge who called drug task force honesty into question poised to dismiss pot patch charge over illegal search

LACONIA — A Gilford couple arrested for operating a marijuana growing operation out of a rented Governor's Island home appear poised to have the charges dismissed.

Launch Angels to back startups with Dartmouth ties

Green D Founders Fund, which Boston-based Launch Angels will advise, is targeting $1 million to $2 million at a time when the Hanover, N.H., school, like many colleges, is seeing a burst of interest in entrepreneurship.


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