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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.
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We use the term "hero" too loosely these days.
Paul Comeau Jr. died Monday while digging out a boulder in the backyard of his home at 6 Roy St. in Raymond.

Backyard boulder kills Raymond homeowner

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Police confirmed Tuesday that a 47-year-old Raymond man died Monday evening after he was pinned to the ground by a large boulder he was trying to remove from his backyard.

Merrimack police find car sticking into road, charge man

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A Manchester man was charged with aggravated operating under the influence after he was found with his vehicle parked partially in a lot and partially on the DW Highway.

Kyle Guerin

Police say impairment and speed not factors in fatal crash in Conway

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Although the investigation is ongoing, police here have said neither impaired operation nor speed appear to be factors in a head-on collision Monday morning that killed a Berlin man and sent a local...

The N.H. Department of Transportation has ordered the closing of the Christian Hill Road Bridge in West Swanzey because of critical bridge deficiency.

DOT orders bridge closure in West Swanzey

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The N.H. Department of Transportation has order the closing of the Christian Hill Road Bridge due to critical bridge deficiency.

Manchester man seriously injured after driving into oncoming traffic

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A Manchester man suffered life-threatening injuries Monday when he drove into oncoming traffic, according to a police press release.

Derry police continue to look for missing gun left in courthouse bathroom

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Police say they continue to investigate after a security staff member forgot and left a loaded handgun Monday in the men’s room of the 10th Circuit Court building.

Manchester man sustains life-threatening injuries in Bedford crash

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BEDFORD - A Manchester man sustained life-threatening injuries in a head-on collision on Route 101 during the afternoon commute Monday that also injured a Bedford woman and involved three vehicles.

Manchester man arrested for aggravated drunk driving

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A Manchester man was charged with aggravated operating under the influence after he was found with his vehicle parked partially in a lot and partially on the Daniel Webster Highway.

Nashua Airport's air traffic control tower is shown on Monday.

As Nashua Airport updates rules, concerns have been raised

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Nashua Airport officials are attempting to update the facility's operational procedures, which has caused some uproar in the past several months.

Bay State man hurt in Ripley Falls fall

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A Massachusetts man severly injured both of his legs after falling nearly 35 feet off Ripley Falls in Harts Location on Saturday.

Barrington man, 41, dies in cycle crash

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A Barrington man died after the motorcycle he was riding went off the road early Saturday morning.

Proposed hike for Manchester's driver education course reversed

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The Board of School Committee on Monday voted to keep the tuition at $525 for the course, reversing a decision made at its previous board meeting to hike the rate by nearly 10 percent, to $575.

0 Donation jar thief said to be Bay State man

0 Police asking for help locating alleged donation jar thief

0 Nashua aldermen to consider communication upgrades

3 Veteran Arizona officer named Rindge police chief

0 6.0 earthquake strikes California wine country

10 NH gun license form must change, critics say

0 As schools open, NH motorists are reminded of safety issues

0 Rimmon Heights honors Manchester Community Policing Division

0 Meredith man faces arson charge in Landmark Inn fire in Laconia

0 Three teens sent to area hospitals after crash on Blackwater Road at Rochester-Dover border

6 Suit claims Hudson violates rights of panhandlers

3 Upcoming selectmen's meeting stirring controversy among Bow's firefighters

0 Keene ordinance against synthetic drugs seems to be working

0 Plaistow begins search for new police chief

0 Driver hits Rochester monument, rolls car and is trapped

1 Plea deal for woman who allegedly supplied drug hours before Hampton double fatal

0 Manchester police to hold ‘Coffee with a Cop’ event

0 Merrimack rollover sends Mass. driver to hospital

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

0 Raymond man working on yard crushed to death by boulder

0 CNN: Medical marijuana laws appear to reduce painkiller overdoses

0 Feds keep half of the people receiving SSDI benefits on painkillers

0 Vt. police claim drugs, alcohol not factors in clear weather, daylight, single-vehicle crash of former FBI director

0 Mass. police incursion into NH fails to locate pursued man

0 State Police stop 175 motorists at government roadblock to make 2 DWI arrests

0 Berlin prison official accredited to jail Americans

1 NH has obtained one military assault rifle for every three police officers

0 Dover chief calls ACLU concerns about militarization of law enforcement ridiculous

0 Have police departments become too militarized? Ex-Keene chief says no

0 Conway resident diagnosed with EEE

0 Tattoo regrets: When getting inked goes all wrong

0 New Granite State estate law designed to end shenanigans

0 NH Dept. of Health and Human Services confirms first human case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis since 2009

0 Walpole man continues recovery from freak accident that shattered his skull

0 New Rindge chief was disciplined over fatal high-speed chase in Ariz.

0 Seabrook case offers lessons for Portsmouth police probe of officer named in will

0 Laconia tells court suspension of officer was proper & warranted

0 Suicide with a gun seven times more likely than being murdered with a gun in NH

0 Federal prison rape elimination mandate may cost NH counties money

0 How the police in Ferguson became a militarized unit equipped for war

0 Aaron Goodwin's disputed inheritance on track for trial

0 N.H. liquor officials punish Rindge store for violating federal synthetic pot prohibition

0 Weirs water main break closes railroad

0 Deputy chief says cruiser crash was '100 percent' his fault

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