The former St. Paul’s School freshman who accused Owen Labrie of raping her went public with her identity Tuesday during an interview on NBC’s ‘Today’ show. 8
State police say the chase started around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday when an Epping police officer pulled over the driver on a speed violation Route 125. 3
Manchester middle school and high school administrators are scheduled to give their take on four redistricting proposals tonight during a roundtable discussion with members of the district's Special... 0
The North End murder of advertising saleswoman Denise Robert took place a year ago this evening, marking a grim reminder of a shooting death that remains unsolved. A memorial event to honor Robert... 5
Describing Katlyn Marin as “angry and deceitful,” a local judge convicted the Nashua mother of second-degree murder for the beating death of her three-year-old daughter, Brielle Gage. 10
A portion of Brown Avenue was closed Monday night as city police and fire personnel responded to a serious two-car accident. 1
Zoning officials are expected to vote Tuesday on whether to allow LaBelle Winery to construct an artisan village complete with an inn, restaurant, event center and distillery across the street from... 1
State prosecutors will ask a federal judge to throw out a Chester man’s lawsuit that seeks to upend a 100-year prison sentence that he is serving for sexually assaulting a young girl. 0
Beset by problems ranging from trash piles to a daylight fatal shooting, residents and workers of a center city neighborhood gathered Monday to voice their concerns and try to plot a strategy for... 2
Neighbors questioned by police about a body found in Prout Park remained on high alert Monday. Police have not yet identified the man or said how he died; he was discovered Sunday morning on a set of... 0
A homeless man accused of stabbing another man during an altercation across the street from Manchester High School Central faces multiple felony charges, including assault and being a felon in... 2
Two local residents lost their home of nearly 50 years after an early morning blaze drew in a fifth alarm response. 0
Dozens of people have joined a desperate search for two horses that disappeared Sunday afternoon after they became spooked along a trail at Pawtuckaway State Park. 0
A “Be Brave” Gala is being planned for Sept. 3 at the University of New Hampshire's Johnson Theatre. The event is being put together by professional ballerina Lissa Curtis of Dover, who... 0
He used to climb onto rooftops at night to further investigate, but has since retired from that unique and somewhat dangerous activity. 0
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