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August 11. 2014 12:33PM

Ex-bank president co-authors racing book

For openers, he’s written a book on auto racing with Russ Conway, former sports editor of The Eagle-Tribune. Smith calls it a “perfect collaboration” since the two go back to the 1960s at Star Speedway in Epping, N.H.

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NH woman's extraordinary miniature crime scenes used to train detectives

The models, known as the Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death, occupy a unique place in the criminological history of America – and offer glimpses into the mind of the woman who conceived them.

Death of arms salesman in Saudi Arabia casts suspicions on Israeli company Elbit

But in a posting on Facebook Cramer’s nephew Chris Arsenault said Cramer was in Saudi Arabia to 'save his company the embarrassment of selling millions of dollars worth of sub-par weapons systems to the Saudi Army.'

Shaheen: Should government be spending $40,000 on portraits?

'Taxpayers shouldn’t pay for a portrait that costs more than many Americans make in a year,' said Shaheen.

NH sex toy maker syncs devices to heart rate monitor of smart watch

The New Hampshire-based manufacturer OhMiBod is going one step further with a new version of its smartphone app that will let you sync their vibrators to the heart-rate monitor on a smartwatch, translating heart beats into vibration pulses.

Video: English Cockers and one French Bulldog enjoy the blizzard of 2015

Over in Newmarket, New Hampshire, a group of English Cockers and one French Bulldog enjoy the blizzard of 2015.

Manchester woman guilty of killing husband, injuring her kids in NJ opiates crash

Allison Hawks Nasta of Manchester, N.H. was convicted of second-degree vehicular manslaughter on Thursday for the August 2012 crash in Pleasantville, according to the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office.

Seacoast cities not on refugee resettlement list

DOVER — During a conference call with representatives of U.S. Sens. Kelly Ayotte and Jeanne Shaheen and a State of New Hampshire official involved with coordinating refugee relocation, the mayors of Dover, Rochester and Somersworth were assured there are no plans by the U.S. Department of State to relocate international refugees to the communities of the Tri-City.

Keystone split: Shaheen got $650K from interests opposed, Ayotte received $400K from energy lobby

Yesterday’s Senate vote on the KeystoneXL pipeline showed some sharp breaks along party lines, as no Republicans voted against the bill — but also along lines of financial support from special interest groups.

1 of 4 remaining World War II Doolittle Raiders dead at 94

'If Ed had not fixed the problem, they would have pushed his B-25 overboard,' longtime friend Brian Anderson of New Hampshire told Air Force Times. Anderson helped lobby lawmakers to award the raiders a Congressional Medal of Honor last year.

It begins: Top Romney advisor jumps ship to Jeb Bush

One theory of Jeb's 2016 strategy was that he'd skip that state and focus on winning more moderate New Hampshire instead. Hard to believe he'll do that now.

Meet Ida May Fuller, recipient of the first Social Security check numbered 00-000-001

The Social Security Administration, first led by former New Hampshire Gov. John Winant, insists it was just coincidence that the first check went to a Vermont resident.

Company relying on government subsidies for solar threatened by limit on incentives to home owners

The New Hampshire Electric Coop will soon be the first utility in the state to fulfill a state-mandated requirement on how many customers are allowed to sell their solar energy back onto the grid.

Old forest may derail Sunapee expansion plan

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The state is evaluating whether a 16-acre patch of old red spruce trees on the side of Mount Sunapee is a pristine enough patch of land to require legal protection that could derail a ski area's contentious and long-debated proposal to expand over state park lands.

New Hampshire disappoints in employee engagement survey

Take a look around at your workers. How engaged do they appear to be? Want to give them the benefit of the doubt? This may change your mind.

PC Connection beats Q4 forecasts

MERRIMACK, N.H. (AP) _ PC Connection Inc. (PCCC) on Thursday reported fourth-quarter profit of $11.9 million.

World's largest investments management firm takes large stake in Ruger

According to news reporting originating from Washington, D.C., by VerticalNews journalists, a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing by Sturm Ruger & Co Inc. (Form SC 13G) was posted on January 15, 2015.

Stunning supernova has bubbly interior says Dartmouth

'This is the first time we've actually seen such a complete image of what the interior of this thing looks like,' said one of the study's authors Professor Robert Fesen of Dartmouth College in New Hampshire.

Car vs. fire hydrant collision leads to arrest of NH sex offender in Maine

When Williams ran Bruno's license she found that Bruno reportedly had a suspended license out of New Hampshire, and that there was a warrant for his arrest because he had reportedly been living in Woolwich for more than two weeks without registering as a sex offender.

Belmont man, Iraq veteran, dies in Tilton truck crash

A 52-year-old Iraqi war veteran has died after suffering a medical emergency while driving. The Belmont man was behind the wheel of his 2001 Dodge ...

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