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A gas explosion at 583 Main St., Danville, Monday night caused the front and side walls of the nearly 300-year-old home to blow out.

Danville explosion leaves 300-year-old home in ruins, owners in limbo

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A gas explosion at 583 Main St. has left the house located on the property in a state where it is unknown whether or not it can...

THE U.S. Marshals Service released these four photos to show what Matthew Dion might look like today.

U.S. Marshals say son of murdered Manchester couple sighted in Fla.; $5,000 reward offered

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Matthew Dion, the Manchester man missing since last March when his parents were strangled to death in their Mooresville Road...

The federal prison in Berlin has the capacity to house 1,700 male inmates.

Time: NH leads U.S. in prison population growth despite little crime

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In the past two decades, New Hampshire's crime rate has remained steady. It has one of the lowest violent crime rates in the...

Residents gather in the back of a van the remains of what Islamist State militants say was a drone which crashed in Raqqa on Tuesday. The United States and several Gulf Arab allies launched air and missile strikes on Islamic State strongholds in Syria on Tuesday, U.S. officials said, opening a new, far more complicated front in the battle against the militants.

U.S., Arab partners launch first strikes on Islamic State in Syria

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The United States and several Gulf Arab allies launched air and missile strikes on Islamic State strongholds in Syria on Tuesday,...

Report on Manchester schools cites falling test scores, higher dropout rates among ongoing challenges

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The New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies report shows a wide “achievement gap” in the district: poor test...

Nashua urges a focus on mid-skill jobs

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Nashua businesses, schools and city officials are trying to bridge the gap between education and the workforce.

Travis York of Griffin York and Krause holds architectural plans for the redesign of the Sullivan Cigar building he purchased on Canal Street in Manchester.

New owner of Manchester landmark brings building back to the family

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All the time Travis York was considering new locations for his GYK Antler marketing and advertising agency, he overlooked perhaps...

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Judge bars some evidence in brutal Bedford home invasion case

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The man accused of acting as driver and lookout in a violent Bedford home invasion in November 2012 lost his bid to bar comments...

John Hennessey, chairman of Littleton River District Commission, addresses the audience during Monday's Littleton Economic Development Summit at the Littleton Opera House.

Six businesses, more than 100 jobs, may be coming to Littleton

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As part of “regaining its mojo,” the town hosted an economic–development summit Monday that attracted numerous...

3 Afghan soldiers missing from Cape Cod found at the Canadian border

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Three Afghan soldiers who went missing while in Massachusetts for military training have been found trying to cross the border...

A gas explosion at 583 Main St., Danville, Monday night caused the front and side walls of the nearly 300-year-old home to blow out.

Danville explosion leaves 300-year-old home in ruins, owners in limbo

A gas explosion at 583 Main St. has left the house located on the property in a state where it is unknown whether or not it can be repaired, and the homeowners without a place to live for the time being.

Portsmouth official decries 'cover up' as council rejects reviving attempt to claim share of woman with dementia's $2.7M estate

'We have to be mighty, mighty careful in this chamber to participate in a cover up,' Splaine said during a debate that started late Monday night in City Hall and ended early Tuesday morning. 'I’m certainly not going to participate in a whitewash.'

Weare police assistant sued former employer for sexual harassment

The assistant who has accused Weare police Chief John Velleca of shoving her to the ground following a brief affair also claims to have suffered sexual harassment at a previous job in Manchester.

Manchester man wanted on homicide, arson, child porn charges believed to be in St. Petersburg, Fla.

The St. Petersburg Police Department is teaming with the U.S. Marshals Service to find Matthew Thomas Dion, 38. Officials believe he has been in the area since late March.

A gas explosion at 583 Main St., Danville, Monday night caused the front and side walls of the nearly 300-year-old home to blow out.

Danville explosion leaves 300-year-old home in ruins, owners in limbo

A gas explosion at 583 Main St. has left the house located on the property in a state where it is unknown whether or not it can be repaired, and the homeowners without a place to live for the time being.

Portsmouth official decries 'cover up' as council rejects reviving attempt to claim share of woman with dementia's $2.7M estate

'We have to be mighty, mighty careful in this chamber to participate in a cover up,' Splaine said during a debate that started late Monday night in City Hall and ended early Tuesday morning. 'I’m certainly not going to participate in a whitewash.'

Weare police assistant sued former employer for sexual harassment

The assistant who has accused Weare police Chief John Velleca of shoving her to the ground following a brief affair also claims to have suffered sexual harassment at a previous job in Manchester.

Manchester man wanted on homicide, arson, child porn charges believed to be in St. Petersburg, Fla.

The St. Petersburg Police Department is teaming with the U.S. Marshals Service to find Matthew Thomas Dion, 38. Officials believe he has been in the area since late March.

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Weare Police Chief John Velleca is on a paid administrative leave for up to 30 days due to a domestic violence restraining order.

Weare residents speak out about recent police troubles

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The naming of the town police chief in a restraining order was just the latest in a series of lawsuits and scandals that the town has endured over the years.

Panel investigating inheritance of Portsmouth police sergeant set to begin work

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A three-member panel tasked with investigating how a police sergeant became the primary beneficiary of an elderly woman's estate plans to meet for the first time on Tuesday.

Nashua urges a focus on mid-skill jobs

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Nashua businesses, schools and city officials are trying to bridge the gap between education and the workforce.

Merrimack zoning officials to revisit controversial cell tower proposal

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After originally denying a request to build a telecommunication tower in Merrimack, the zoning board will reconsider the matter in October.

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