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Candidates, if you support it, say it.
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Why does New Hampshire continue letting the state deny citizens the right to carry concealed?
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The civil unrest in a St. Louis suburb last week attracted national attention. Some in the national media have apparently discovered what Granite Staters have known and have been concerned about for...
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Portsmouth's Police Commission made the right decision last week to reject a proposed settlement that would have made the city's police and fire departments approximately $800,000 beneficiaries of an...
ANNETTE CARBONNEAU
As a participant in New Hampshire's first statewide Mental Health First Aid training held last month in Manchester, I am both honored and enthused that my mission over the next 12 months will be to...
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Unless the mayor and aldermen can come to an understanding with Chief of Police David Mara that he intends to stay for a specified time, there is nothing keeping him here.
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.

2 die in North Hampton plane crash

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Small plane crashes near Hampton Airfield, killing 2

Marine Patrol called to multiple crashes

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LACONIA - It's been a busy holiday weekend already for New Hampshire State Police's Marine Patrol.

Louis Freeh, trustee of MF Global Holdings Ltd., speaks during a Senate Banking Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, April 24, 2012. The trustees and foreign authorities overseeing the bankruptcy of MF Global Holdings Ltd. face competing and conflicting duties that are delaying the return of customer and creditor funds, one of the company's trustees said in testimony today.

Former FBI director Freeh, injuried in crash, thanks medical staff in Lebanon

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The former director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation has thanked the medical staff at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, where he is recovering from injuries he suffered in a...

Group raising money for family of Raymond man killed by boulder

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A conservative political organization has raised more than $5,000 and is seeking more donations for the family of Paul Comeau Jr., of Raymond, who died in his backyard Monday evening after being...

Biker faces charges after high-speed chase at 127 mph

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A man New Hampshire State Police say was clocked going 127 mph led troopers on a high-speed chase before crashing, then tried to continue on foot before a police dog put an end to the pursuit.

NH police on lookout for drunken drivers

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State, local police remind drivers celebrating Labor Day not to get behind wheel after drinking

UNH student reports attempted abduction; Police step up patrols as school year starts

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The University of New Hampshire and Durham police departments were increasing patrols this weekend after a UNH student reported an attempted abduction off-campus.

Claremont home saved from garage fire

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Investigators believe recently-used stain rags left in a garage spontaneously ignited, starting a fire early Saturday that firefighters contained before it spread to the house, the Claremont Fire...

Hiker rescued on Mount Monadnock

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A team of NH Fish and Game Conservation Officers, DRED Mountain Patrol Rangers, and several volunteers were called to rescue a hiker on Mount Monadnock Saturday night.

Laconia accident results in minor injuries for motorcyclist

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Laconia police responded to accident on Saturday afternoon involving a motorcycle and car.

Manchester raid came 8 months after home invasion

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One of the four residents arrested on federal charges Wednesday following a drug raid that resulted in a person being shot by police also was the victim of an alleged home invasion in January.

Newport shooting victim in stable but critical condition

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Police remain mum on details of an investigation into a Thursday night shooting at a Laurel Street home, but said Friday afternoon that the shooting victim is in stable, but critical condition.

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1 Police: Nashua man in car targeted by gunfire was felon with gun

0 Hudson police warn of cars being broken into

6 NH Supreme Court rules 4 teen killers entitled to sentencing hearings

0 Police investigate Newport shooting, no threat to public says chief

16 Pit bull owner sought in fatal attack on another dog near Tuckerman Ravine

0 Affidavits show woman was shot as feds conducted downtown Manchester drug raid

1 Gilford selectmen vote to allow fireworks in town again

0 Former Fitzwilliam police chief's lawsuit against the town dismissed

0 Heroin abuse in Keene prompts community talk

0 Nashua man who died jumping off bridge to escape heat identified

0 Nashua group recommends new police contract

0 Man's body pulled from Merrimack River

0 Addiction treatment doctor gets restricted license

0 Synthetic drugs prompt action in Concord

0 Victim identified in fatal Pelham motorcycle accident

0 Central High parents reminded to use caution when dropping kids off

0 Free gun lock giveway begins Sept. 1 in Conway

2 Backyard boulder kills Raymond homeowner

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1 Conway police commissioner allegedly assaults two people during road-rage incident

0 Seabrook officer demoted for covering up prisoner abuse to hear result of appeal Tuesday

0 Bedbugs drive man out of Derry apartment

0 Deadlines set in case of disputed will that left $2.7M to Portsmouth officer

0 Woman killed in Mass. crash had Alzheimers and was missing from her NH home

0 NH governor joins peers in urging feds to reject to powerful new painkiller fearing addiction

0 Government stops 305 motorists at Portsmouth roadblock to net 4 DWI arrests

0 Keene Bearcat featured in 'Pentagon Has Everything Must Go Sale'

0 Merrimack woman killed in Manomet, Mass. accident

0 Ammoland: New Hampshire questions its ‘Mother, May I’ concealed carry licence policy

0 Ex-FBI chief's condition remains mystery after crash, 24/7 armed guard due to terror threat

0 Dartmouth graduate's fraternity tell-all details swimming in urine, eating vomit omelets

1 Strafford deputies to get sensitivity training as to the plight of illegal alliens

0 NHSUPCO rules Fitzwilliam within its rights not to renew chief's contract

0 Rye sergeant finds motorcyclist dead in his driveway, police say

0 Portsmouth mayor calls cancellation of popular outdoor movie night over noise complaint 'childish'

0 Carroll County Commission learns about Jesus-centric treatment center for addiction

0 Selectmen will lift ban on fireworks in Gilford

0 'Keep Portsmouth Loud' shirts strong sellers after movie night cancelled

0 New assistant principal placed on administrative leave over video of student on toilet

0 Report finds big drop in NH workers' comp payments

0 All quiet on the peeping front in Hinsdale since town meeting on the issue

0 Man killed in Rumford paper mill accident fell 28 feet

0 Treatment center rules introduce concept of satellite locations for medical marijuana

0 Lawsuit filed in death of NH law student in Chicago cab crash

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