CONCORD, N.H. -- The annual meeting of the New Hampshire Young Republicans Federation is not the kind of event that typically generates much interest outside the group’s membership. This year, however, it is the site of a brewing conflict between young conservative activists on one side and the New Hampshire Republican Party and a top hire for Sen. Rand Paul’s presidential campaign on the other.
With all of her drug use, financial struggles and frayed personal relationships, a cup of unsanctioned hot cocoa seemed the least of Sara Whittum’s concerns. She was a heroin addict in her early 40s facing multiple felonies and, by 2010, floundering in drug court, the alternative sentencing program meant to keep nonviolent offenders like herself out of prison.
PORTSMOUTH — Mayor Robert Lister has named a seven-person community advisory board to address issues around the water contamination and subsequent blood testing protocol at the Pease International Tradeport.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. /California Newswire/ — This year's Daytime Emmy(R) Award stars will walk away with trophies and accolades as well as learning about a revolutionary new invention, The AquaSonic Wave. Co-created by Dean Kamen, creator of the Segway, and Master Jeweler David Bellman, the AquaSonic Wave provides a novel, time-effective way to keep diamonds and other precious jewelry sparkling like new.
A New Hampshire man who confronted Chris Christie about his role in the Bridgegate traffic scandal on Wednesday was mistaken about being stuck in the paralyzing September 2013 traffic jam in Fort Lee, New Jersey, he told Politico.
Here’s how Jack Nicholson and Adam Sandler might have considered doing I Feel Pretty from West Side Story in that bridge scene from 2003’s Anger Management.
MEREDITH — The town's largest shopping center has been purchased by Ocean State Job Lot, according to records at the Belknap County Registry of Deeds.
LACONIA — A couple that is new to the city was arrested by Homeland Security on Wednesday for allegedly selling counterfeit DVDs and laundering money.
Police arrested a Laconia man on Wednesday in connection to a series of car and building thefts in Lakeport and the city's north end.
The past few years have seen the Weare Police Department often in the headlines, rarely for good news.
The Concord Planning Board has okayed a 140-unit complex for independent senior living on the Heights. Calamar Builders will likely break ground by the end of the summer.
DURHAM — GIFT Box, a walk-in exhibit that brings awareness and educates the public on human trafficking, has been brought to New England for the first time and will be on display at the University of New Hampshire from April 19-23.
DOVER — Zachary Pinette, who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder this month for his role in the murder of Madbury teen Aaron Wilkinson, is required to testify against another suspect as part of a plea agreement with the state.
DOVER — The commercial plaza proposed on upper Sixth Street near Liberty Mutual was approved at Tuesday's meeting by the Planning Board.
ROCHESTER — A motorcycle and car collided Wednesday morning in Rochester sending one man to the hospital.
ROCHESTER — Police are searching for a man who allegedly lit a Christmas tree on fire last month, tied it to a bicycle and rode away.
DOVER — Prosecutors have decided to retry Ryan Marchant on a negligent homicide charge for allegedly causing the death of a retired New Hampshire judge in a 2013 auto accident after the jury deadlocked on the charge in January.
PORTSMOUTH — City officials, residents, business owners and other interested parties gathered at 3S Artspace Wednesday evening for the Master Plan kick-off meeting, discussing the long-term direction of the city for the next 10 years.
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Comedian Sarah Silverman admitted that a story she told about wage discrimination (in which she even went so far as to call out a specific employer by name) was a lie - and then said people who might consider her lie a reason to question the movement she was supporting "maniacs."