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JOHN STOSSEL
Obamacare includes a rule called the Physician Payment Sunshine Act. It orders companies that make medical products to disclose even bagels they serve doctors and anything valued above $10.
EDITORIAL
We use the term "hero" too loosely these days.
EDITORIAL
NH's new texting law is needlessly broad and should be revised in the next session.
EDITORIAL
Kudos to the Seabrook Police Department for dealing properly with abusive officers.
CHARLES LANE
The Constitution is functioning, which upsets Obamacare supporters.
JOHN STOSSEL
I want the police to be better armed than the bad guys, but what exactly does that mean today?
EDITORIAL
Was Abby Hernandez just a runaway?
EDITORIAL
Obamacare proponents are angry at a court for making the Obama administration stick to the law, which says so much.
JOHN DUMAIS
The public needs to know fact from fiction when thinking about genetically modified foods.
SUELLEN GRIFFIN
Changing the way we think about treating the mentally ill.

Manchester police name two suspects in Thursday shooting

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Police are seeking two men in connection with the shooting of a man Thursday afternoon in the area of Lowell Street, between Haines Court and Jane Street. They are considered armed and dangerous.

NATHANIEL KIBBY

Alleged Hernandez kidnapper well-known to Gorham police

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Nathaniel E. Kibby was well-known to the Gorham Police Department, which, four days before he was arrested for allegedly kidnapping Abigail Hernandez, returned a small arsenal of firearms to Kibby...

Workers repair damage to the Friendly's Ice Cream restaurant on South Willow Street Thursday afternoon.

Two men hurt as woman drives into Friendly's entrance

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The Friendly’s restaurant on South Willow Street closed abruptly Thursday afternoon when a vehicle crashed into the parking lot entrance of the restaurant, authorities said.

Chief Mike Sielicki of the Kensington Police Department retired from law enforcement Thursday.

Kensington police chief retiring after 26 years in law enforcement

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Mike Sielicki's cell phone rang repeatedly Thursday afternoon as the Kensington Police Department chief worked the final hours of a multi-decade career in small town New Hampshire law enforcement.

Keene police announce retirement of longtime officer, and new hires

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The Keene Police Department has announced the retirement of Officer William K. Sargent Thursday along and the hiring of two new probationary police officers and a full time dispatcher.

Goffstown's Tyler Brace recently completed the New Hampshire Police Cadet Training Academy and plans to become a police officer.

NH police academy does more than introduce teens to police work

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Tyler Brace, who graduated from Goffstown High School in June wants to be a police officer and gained valuable experience at the Police Cadet Academy while in high school.

A crew from American Excavating works along a section of Rockingham Road Thursday.

Crews making progress on Derry's Rockingham Road

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Construction crews completed paving an 800 feet section of Rockingham Road Thursday as part of an ongoing Town water and sewer project.

Vehicle crash on South Willow Street injures two

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Police said two people were injured when a vehicle crashed into a building at 1229 South Willow St. Thursday afternoon.

A 1993 Buick sedan ended up partially submerged in a Candia pond after the driver reportedly forgot to put the car in park.

Manchester woman accidentally rolls car into Candia pond

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A Manchester woman accidentally rolled her car into in a Candia pond this week when she forgot to put the vehicle in park, police said.

Pembroke couple recovering from injuries in Dixville ATV crash

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A Pembroke couple was injured in an ATV rollover on a trail Wednesday, according to New Hampshire Fish and Game officials.

Manchester man injured in Ohio helicopter crash

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A Manchester, N.H., man was in serious condition in an Ohio hospital after crashing his helicopter into trees, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

Kerry Joseph

Dover man sought in Rochester shooting

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Rochester police have identified a Dover man being sought for shooting another man in the chest along Lafayette Street Tuesday.

A posting on the Bring Abby Home Facebook page.

2 Supporters are now 'Abby Strong'

0 Months later, cause of Canterbury logger's death remains a mystery

0 Keene boy hit by truck remains hospitalized

1 Sturm Ruger shares suffer steepest dip in 5 months as gun sales wane

1 BAE worker suffers electrical shock, injuries not life-threatening

2 Man shot in the chest in Rochester, shooter remains at large

4 Alderman seeks to halt accidents, install traffic signals at busy Manchester intersection

0 Severe weather strikes across Granite State

1 Tubers lose contact with group, spend night in wooded area

0 Rare tornado touches down in Revere, Mass., no deaths reported

9 Abby says it's incredible to be home; mom tells TODAY daughter did not run away

4 Pembroke man charged with reckless driving after police clock motorcyclists at 120 mph

0 Restaurant foundation destabilized by high water raises Route 3 Bridge, downtown Colebrook flooding concerns

2 Five hikers rescued in separate incidents Saturday

0 Rochester police warn residents about rash of vehicle break-ins

0 Dozens of ill Keith Urban fans treated at concert near Boston

5 Powerboat hits canoe on Winnipesaukee

1 Pembroke man arrested after police clock group of motorcycles topping 120 mph in Manchester

 NH Angle
Links to news and happenings around the world with a Granite State connection updated daily.

0 Abby Hernandez says newspaper coverage of her disappearance gave her hope

0 Girl attending Market Basket protest in Seabrook struck by car

0 What's behind all the arrests of mothers for leaving their children unattended?

0 Police: Route 101 motorcyclist clocked at 125 mph on 1989 Suzuki

0 Trial postponed for Laconia councilor, 65, charged with assault for brushing shoulders with Loudon police chief's son

0 Town investigates why suspended Plaistow detective attended chief's funeral in uniform

0 Hanover man seeking donations to assist Ebola sufferers

0 Lawrence cop severs own tendons using radio to break motorist's passenger window to arrest NH man

0 Parents of beaten pizza guy say son has long road to recovery

0 Decade old corpses found in Providence funeral home of mortician found hung in N.H. campground

0 Family of Paul Voisine says he didnít jump in front of Downeaster

0 Chesterfield teacher resigns after parent complaint, investigation

0 Portsmouth Herald sports editor charged with having child sex abuse images

0 Ayotte introduces bill to curb sexual assaults on campus

0 Portsmouth police officer could reap $425K from $2.7M disputed will in tentative deal

0 Convict given $104M by feds for ratting on Swiss bank found guilty of DWI

0 Manchester man critically injured in Ohio crash of tree-trimming helicopter

0 NH father to testify on behalf of expanding federal law that failed to protect his daughter

0 NH Storm-Tide Sensor Network strengthened to speed federal response to disasters

0 Portsmouth police OK probe of $2.7M bequest to officer in disputed will

0 Barefoot and drunk NH woman crashes into parked car injuring sister's pit bull

0 Pelham officer Goulden chosen to be next police chief in Shirley, Mass.

0 Washington, D.C. files court motion to continue violating 2nd Amendment

0 Concord Monitor: The missing elements of excellence at St. Paul's School

0 Ex-Webster, NH fire chief gets jail time for ladies room photos

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