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ON MAY 14, 1948, the United States of America was the first nation to officially recognize the newly reborn State of Israel. It was morally right and strategically wise that we did so, and we have...
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After being released on $25,000 personal recognizance bail, Remy Gross-Santos is escorted out the Hampton Police Department by his parents on July 12, just hours after he allegedly struck two pedestrians.

1 Judge refuses to let Portsmouth teen go to already-paid-for college in Calif. while awaiting trial

1 Obama sends three representatives to Michael Brown funeral; none to James Foley Mass

0 HuffPo: Is James Foley a martyr? Brutal death sparks talk of sainthood

2 Video: Terrorist suspect cites NH motto as reason for wanting to join ISIS

0 Military charity offers Foley parents time out of the spotlight

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

0 NHPR Audio: No New Hampshire schools signing on to FDA 'Free Lunch' program

0 Doctor to be deposed on mental competence of elderly woman who left $2.7M to Portsmouth sergeant

2 Shaheen wealth up 59% since her election in 2008

1 Leftwing Concord Monitor endorses Havenstein for governor

0 House Democrats launch latest assault in war on men

0 Globe: In tactical shift, Shaheen directly attacks Brown

0 Slideshow: J.D. Salinger’s former New Hampshire home hits market for $679,000

0 Sarah Silverman shows off her vaporizer to E! red carpet

0 ‘Justice for Mike Brown’ demonstrators to gather in Concord

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 Novo Nordisk buys NH biotech plant idled in June displacing 120 workers

0 Belknap deputies charge 51-year-old man with felony for pot patch

0 Man killed in Rumford paper mill accident fell 28 feet

0 Inmate in jail riot receives suspended sentence

1 Prescott Park Arts Festival surrenders to noise complaints, cancels event

0 Tom Hanks and Ron Howard set to shoot NH author Dan Brown's Inferno

0 Brain aneurysm caused Hampton assistant town attorney's death

0 Will Apple's infatuation with NH firm's sapphire ruin Corning?

Market Basket deal reached; Arthur T. Demoulas to return

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“Effective immediately, Arthur T. Demoulas is returning to Market Basket with day-to-day operational authority of the company,” a joint statement from Market Basket and Demoulas said. “He and his management team will return to Market Basket during the interim period while the transaction to purchase the company is completed.”

Police cruisers block access to 110 Beech St. in Manchester Wednesday night.

Police mum on reported shooting in Manchester

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Assistant Attorney General Susan Morrell said she would say nothing about the matter at 11 p.m., nearly four hours after police responded with about a dozen cruisers to the Beech Street apartment.

DARRION WEEKLY

Manchester men charged with drive-by shooting in Nashua

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Darrius and Darrion Weekly, both of Manchester, have been arrested in connection with the early morning shooting on Pratt Street.

Multiple reports say deal reached for Arthur T. to buy Market Basket

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A deal to sell the Market Basket chain to Arthur T. Demoulas for more than $1.5 billion has been reached, several news outlets reported late Wednesday night. According to the Boston Globe, the deal was signed at a company board meeting.

Sister of accused Boston marathon bombers arrested after bomb threat

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The sister of the accused Boston Marathon bombers was arrested in New York City for threatening a woman over the phone, saying she could "put a bomb on you," police said on Wednesday.

Authorities mum about reports of shooting in Manchester

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Police were on the scene of a possible shooting at 110 Beech St. on Wednesday night. Authorities refused to say what happened, except to call the matter an "incident," according to Senior Assistant Attorney General Jeffery Strelzin.

Club Briefs: Matthew Thornton DAR members attend service

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Four members of the Matthew Thornton Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution in Nashua attended the 67th N.H. State Organization of DAR's service at the Cathedral of the Pines in Rindge on Aug. 9.

Stocks drift to another record in light trading

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Stocks were little changed on Wednesday, with the S&P 500 creeping up to another record closing high in a lethargic session, though a number of retail stocks traded heavily after reporting results.

Manchester Internet provider acquired by N.Y. firm

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A New York operator of fiber optics networks is acquiring Internet service provider G4 Communications of Manchester with the hope of adding customers and employees in New Hampshire, a company official said Wednesday.

The Providence by C & B store in downtown Meredith.

Side-by-side empty stores in Meredith, but confidence high on downtown future

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For the first time in recent memory, there are two empty stores, side by side, in the downtown area. It might be almost common to see empty storefronts along Main Streets in many of America's downtowns these days, but this popular downtown is usually full.

Merrimack considering assistant town manager

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A proposal is being considered to change the finance director's position, according to the job's additional responsibilities, to an assistant town manager.

Lakes Region commission sees less growth in region

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Saying it is seeing mostly “lower-growth” demographic trends, including a huge drop in the number of building permits in recent years, the Lakes Region Planning Commission is shifting its emphasis for the region to a concept of “community resiliency.”

Man's body pulled from Merrimack River

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Investigators are still trying to determine why the man jumped from the Veteran's Memorial Bridge in Nashua.

Addiction treatment doctor gets restricted license

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An addiction treatment doctor, whose license expired during a suspension, now has a new restricted license.

Fish & Game gets bat disease grant

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New Hampshire Fish and Game Department officials will receive a $20,500 grant from the federal government to support efforts to combat a disease that has killed millions of bats across the country, 1st District Congressman Carol Shea-Porter, D-NH, announced.

AG dismisses GOP's request for Hassan inquiry

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The Attorney General's Office dismissed a complaint filed Tuesday about a $25,000 contribution to Gov. Maggie Hassan's campaign by the national Political Action Committee EMILY's List.

JACOB KNIPSTEIN

Newmarket man charged with sex assault of 12-year-old girl

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A Newmarket man was arrested on charges that he had sexual relations with a 12-year-old girl beginning last April, police said.

Cheshire commissioners to gather public opinion on county nursing home plans

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Cheshire County Commissioners met Wednesday and decided to hold a series of public meetings in October to garner public opinion on the future of the county-owned nursing home in Westmoreland.

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Wife charged with stabbing husband during argument

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A local woman faces a felony assault charges after police said she allegedly stabbed her husband in the chest Wednesday morning during an argument.

Outside the White Mountain Community Health Center, Margie Riforgiato, left, an adult nurse practitioner, displays a gun lock that the health center and the Conway Police Department will provide free to the public, while supplies last, beginning Sept. 1. Joining Riforgiato are Conway Police Lt. George Walker and Shawn Flanagan-Rogers, who is a pediatric nurse practitioner at the health center.

Free gun lock giveway begins Sept. 1 in Conway

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To educate the community about safe, responsible firearms ownership and storage, the Conway Police Department and the White Mountain Community Health Center are giving away free gun locks.

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