CONCORD -- The New Hampshire Supreme Court rejected a defense motion to disqualify the attorney general's office from handling the appeal of Michael Addison, the state's only death row convict, because the office hired an attorney who previously worked on his appeal.
PITTSFIELD -- Firefighters battled a four-alarm blaze at a pizza manufacturing plant overnight, depleting the town's water supply, resulting in the school being closed today.
MANCHESTER - Do you have great ideas for news stories or magazine features, but don't know how or where to get them published?
The session from March 19 to April 23 includes six weeks of Wednesday evening classes in Advanced Multimedia; Cartooning and Ilustrations; Photoshop; Public Relations; and a new class, Travel Writing. All but Photoshop are free of charge.
If you like to travel, like to write and like to possibly make some money writing about travel, the new Travel Writing class is for you. Husband/wife team Stacy Milbouer and Tom Long will cover basics of travel writing, including pitches, ethics and publication. Stacy and Tom have written travel articles for many publications, including Yankee Magazine, and are regular contributors to New Hampshire Magazine. Class time: 5:30-7
In Advanced Multimedia Storytelling, Nashua Telegraph Photo Editor Don Himsel and photographer Geoff...
The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department reminds wildlife watchers to report sightings of winter wild turkey flocks at the Department's online survey at http://www.wildnh.com/turkeysurvey.
Cawley Middle School eighth-graders, take notice: If Pinkerton Academy is in your future, you’ll be setting your alarm clocks earlier in September.
Slopeside with Kathleen Baglio Humphreys: Ski area groomers work all night to make the trails their best
At night, the lights from the snow cats glisten like little stars in the distance as they move up and down the dark mountain, grooming out the day's ruts or packing down fresh-fallen snow to lay down perfect corduroy for skiers and snowboarders to enjoy the next day. It's a job that's very important and ensures the safety and skiing pleasure of any visitor to any resort.
Fremont native Jane Turner, 66, displays her tiara, sash and other memorabilia from when she was crowned Fremont Queen in 1964, in photo below. (Jason Schreiber/Union Leader Correspondent)
Jane Turner has never forgotten that moment when she became a queen. The year was 1964 and the town of Fremont was celebrating its bicentennial.
Mont Vernon musician/songwriter Alex Preston Philbrick
Mont Vernon native Alex Preston continued his run on the singing contest show American Idol, making the cut Thursday night to the top 11 of the show's 13th season.
Voters at the March 11 polls will have their say on a variety of town and school warrant articles next week, including a several collective bargaining agreements and a $250,000 multi-use recreation field.
An ex-convict who rented a room from a Manchester High School Central art teacher, to package and sell drugs, was convicted by a Hillsborough County Superior Court North jury.
School facility repairs, union contracts and a citizen’s petition that would mean future town clerks are elected rather than appointed are among the items facing Londonderry voters next week.
For the first time in his 19 years as Danville police chief, Wade Parsons will face opposition at the polls next Tuesday when voters will decide whether he should stay or be replaced with one of his sergeants.
Controversy is brewing over how much authority the aldermanic Finance Committee has as a governing body, prompting a legal opinion on the hot-topic issue.
Lottery winners would have the sole authority to have their names released to the public under legislation passed by the House on Thursday.
taples Inc., the largest U.S. office-supplies chain, will close as many as 12 percent of its North American stores and cut as much as $500 million in costs as online competition continues to hurt sales. The company operates 28 stores in New Hampshire.
The House Thursday soundly rejected legislation that would have allowed a terminally ill patients to seek a lethal prescription from cooperating physicians.
Voters will find 32 articles on their warrant at town elections on Tuesday and at Town meeting the following Saturday, including a controversial article for police video equipment.
Brian Balke has been named the new superintendent of schools for SAU 19, serving the communities of Dunbarton, Goffstown and New Boston.
Inter-Lakes School District voters passed all warrant articles before them and actually added money the budget at the district’s meeting Wednesday night.
- 0 Dunbarton voters to decide on $2.17M budget
- 0 Court to decide future of Claremont community center
- 0 S&P 500 ends at record on jobless data
- 0 Privacy groups urge FTC to probe Facebook-WhatsApp deal
- 0 Air Refueling Wing members rally to help comrade's family
- 0 Snodeo offers a peek at latest snowmobile models
- 0 NH House give OK to homegrown marijuana for people who need it
- 0 In-state tuition changes killed
- 0 Jury considers fate of Londonderry man in sex assault trial
- 2 Bay State following in NH's footsteps with 'upskirting' law
- 1 Obama orders sanctions over Russia's actions in Ukraine
- 0 Derry councilors spar about whether e-mails on ex- administrator are public
- 0 House OKs committee to study school funding disparities
- 0 Senate OKs bill to terminate parental rights of rapists
- 4 Epping supermarket worker arrested after brutal break room attack on female coworker
- 2 Covering NH expects big push for Obamacare signups before March 31
- 2 Nashua woman arrested in connection with homeless man's hit-and-run death
- 0 Water main break in downtown Nashua
- 1 Roommate convicted of selling heroin out of former Manchester teacher's home
- 0 Manchester fire heavily damages one apartment
- 0 Senate approves parental rights bill
- 4 Senate passes Medicaid expansion on bipartisan vote
- 0 Raymond police investigating thefts of cord wood
- 1 House kills suicide-related bills
- 0 Staples to shut 225 stores as online competition hurts sales
- 0 Pelham police arrest Mass. man near scene of thefts from cars
- 0 UPDATE: Boscawen police have two men in custody
- 1 Derry teen credited with saving home from kitchen fire
- 0 Anne Frank play planned
- 0 Fans still really glad to see John Ford Coley perform hits from '70s
- 0 PSU hosts high school jazz festival March 11
- 0 Husband-and-wife team showcases YoYo skills, sense of humor Saturday
- 0 Battle of the Bands marches into Newmarket's Stone Church this month
- 0 Pizza on menu at Mini Iron Chef contest
- 0 'Environmental Portrait' exhibition at dedicated to late photographer
- 0 NH Philharmonic, area art students, baritone soloist drawn to music
- 0 'Momma' on exhibit at the Silver Center for the Arts in Plymouth
- 0 Deception, gullibility at heart of PSU production of 'Tartuffe'
- 0 Little Mermaid cast to be led by talented teen trio
- 0 Steep Canyon Rangers, featuring Edie Brickell to perform in Portsmouth
Fremont's Miss 1964 to pass on her crown
Obamacare's new trick: Only temporary relief