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1 Dracut High drama involving fired teacher from NH: 'I'm not leaving until I'm arrested'

0 Webber incompetent when she put cop in will, expert says

0 Feds say three trees stolen from New Hampshire forest

0 Nashua child killer jailed in Florida

0 Laconia to go slow on move to equip officers with body cameras

0 Photo: Bobcat captured in Milton on camera

0 Singing flash mob at Steeplegate Mall surprises boy fighting rare disease

0 New Hampshire GOP lawmaker requests impeachment review of local judge

0 13 patients of NH PainCare clinics sue, say they got sick after injections

0 NH man an icon in classic video games comeback

0 HBO orders Sarah Silverman comedy pilot

0 Food-mobile, road maintenance win UNH innovation prize

0 New Hampshire signs up to education reciprocity agreement

0 Winnacunnet teen's 'Real Adventure' YouTube video goes viral

0 Guardian of New Hampshire's presidential primary ready for another round

0 Ayotte nominates students to U.S. service academies

0 Was it a wolf? Unlikely, says Fish and Game, but Madison woman says keep an eye on your pets

0 Inmate suing for $16M has complaint dismissed again

0 Concord Monitor: Tantrum is hurting GOP and the state

0 Current Belknap Commission asks Supreme Court to overturn nursing home director decision

0 NHSUPCO - State of New Hampshire v. Robert Breest

0 Vintage 1932 theater curtain discovered in town hall attic

0 Dartmouth: Creation of 'Rocker' protein opens way for new smart molecules in medicine, other fields

0 Claremont pot dealer gets a year in jail

0 Police find 20 animals, including pig, in Derry home

Update: Londonderry search of shooting victim's home has concluded

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LONDONDERRY - State and local police have wrapped up their investigations at the home of a Londonderry woman injured during a home invasion in Maine earlier this week.

N.Y. man sentenced in sex assault of NH child in 1988

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W. Michael Keegan, 62, of Fort Edward, N.Y. was sentenced to 10 to 20 years in the New Hampshire State Prison after he pleaded guilty to the repeated rapes of a child under the age of 13 in Nashua in 1988.

Robert Breest

... convicted ?in 1973

Hearing ordered in 1971 murder

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Robert G. Breest, 76, has won the right to another court hearing concerning new DNA evidence taken from scrapings from underneath the fingernails of Susan Randall, the 18-year-old Manchester woman he was convicted of murdering in 1971.

Police released this photo from surveillance video of a bank robbery Wednesday in Nashua.

Police investigating bank robbery in Nashua

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Police are asking anyone with information about Wednesday's bank robbery at St. Mary's Bank on Spruce Street to come forward.

From left, Nashua Police Chief John Seusing and Deputy Police Chief Andrew Lavoie prepare for a change in leadership at the Nashua Police Department in 2015. Seusing will retire and Lavoie will become chief.

A new era for Nashua's police force

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With the start of a new year comes different leadership at the Nashua Police Department when a new police chief begins Jan. 1.

Brielle Gage

...died Nov. 25

Nashua police left rattled by tot's death

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Nashua police officials say they are hopeful for an arrest in the killing of Brielle Gage, 3, of Nashua.

Behind a temporary fence, tarps cover the facade of 583 Main St. in Danville. The 300-year-old house was heavily damaged by a propane explosion in September.

Danville couple struggling to get back on feet after explosion

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A Danville couple remains displaced after their house exploded in September.

State and municipal police from two states closed off a section of Winthrop Road in Londonderry while they searched the home of Rachel Owens, 55, who was shot in a home invasion in Saco, Maine, early Thursday morning.

Police investigate shooting of Londonderry woman in Maine home invasion

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Investigations surrounding Thursday morning's Saco, Maine home invasion, which left a Londonderry woman with multiple gunshot wounds could continue well into the weekend, police said on Friday afternoon.

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Nashua child killer arrested in Florida on armed robbery, assault charges

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A 66-year-old convicted murderer of a Nashua boy, who is known to families in the Concord and Bristol area who have taken him during periods of homelessness since his 2008 prison release, has been arrested in Florida on charges of armed robbery and assault.

Retirement system ruling gets thumbs up from Moody's

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Rating agency says court decision takes away risk for NH Retirement System.

Police warn Manchester shoppers to protect holiday purchases after two arrested for thefts

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The arrest of two people in connection with thefts from vehicles at Elliot properties prompted Manchester Police to remind shoppers to protect their purchases.

The house at 4 Scenic Drive in Derry where police on Thursday removed a number of animals , including a potbelly pig named “Annabelle.”

Animals removed from Derry home kept at NHSPCA; neighbor says family members kept to themselves

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A neighbor who lives near a house on Scenic Drive where a number of animals were removed by police said the residents always kept to themselves.

Medical marijuana project in Epping faces deadline to beat ordinance

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A Fremont man eyeing industrial property in Epping for a possible medical marijuana facility will have until Monday to formally submit his plan if he wants to get the proposal approved before the town considers an ordinance restricting similar projects in the future.

Ex-Plaistow planner waives first court appearance in ID fraud case

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Plaistow’s ex-town planner accused of hacking into emails accounts of three fellow employees waived her first court appearance scheduled for Monday, but could still challenge evidence that led to her arrest.

Stacey Cole's Nature Talks: A winter's walk inspires thoughts of 'long ago'

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Editor's Note: This was the last “Nature Talks'' column written by Stacey Cole, who died on Nov. 30. Stacey wrote “Nature Talks'' on a weekly basis for more than 50 years before trading off every other week with Cheryl Kimball earlier this year.

Newmarket man pleads guilty to illegal deer baiting charges

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On Thursday, a Newmarket man was convicted of several hunting-related charges, including one related to illegal deer baiting.

Last Week's Rare Bird Alert

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This is New Hampshire Audubon’s Rare Bird Alert for Monday, Dec. 15.

Single Digits continues rapid growth with acquisition of Spectra Access

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BEDFORD — A year after winning the New Hampshire High Tech Council's Product of the Year Award, Bedford-based Single Digits is growing and expanding at a rapid pace, while staying true to its Granite State roots.

Baer, as he was arrested by Gilford Police Lt. Jim Leach after a school board meeting on May 5.

Arrest of dad at Gilford School Board meeting about Picoult book 'chilling' says judge, case dismissed

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GILFORD – William Baer, the local attorney who was arrested at a school board meeting for loudly arguing with the board and another parent in the audience as he challenged the school district's use of a book deemed “triple-X-rated” by one parent, has been exonerated of police charges against him for disrupting the meeting.

New System in Place for Issuing Bear Guide Permits

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A new system is in place for issuing Bear Guide Permits under rules adopted today by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department. The rules increase the number of bear guide permits issued annually to a total of 50.

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