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Remember those VA wait times? They're still here.
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Gruber exposes the Obamacare fraud.
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Tobacco wars flare up in Massachusetts, of all places.
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Community policing, up north, where communities are spread far apart.
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Holding Manchester police accountable.
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Another AG's report lets an officer off the hook.
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Repealing Obamacare is impossible for the duration of the Obama presidency. However, replacing some of the more disastrous parts of it should be priority No. 1 for the new Republican-majority...
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Why don't police officers live in Manchester?
BY CELESTE CLARK
What this college mom saw at the Keene Pumpkin Festival.

Derry Battalion Chief calls firefighter son a 'hero' for rescuing two boys from Hood Pond

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Derry Fire Battalion Chief David Hoffman said his son, firefighter Jim Hoffman, displayed, “true grit” in rescuing two boys from the freezing water of Hood Pond Thursday.

Epsom trucker, 65, killed in I-93 crash in Salem

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An Epsom truck driver was killed Friday morning when his truck hit a tow truck on Interstate 93, state police said.

Weare resident Barbara Lanette spoke at the Weare open forum on Nov. 19 in support of the police department.  Her home was robbed by an intruder earlier in the week and she was grateful for the quick response of the police and their support.  She also recommended bringing back the school resources officer and 24 hour police coverage.

Weare residents turn out to express police department concerns

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A couple hundred residents packed Town Hall on Wednesday night for a two and a half-hour open forum.

Two taken to hospital after suffering burns in Wolfeboro house fire

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Two people were transported to the hospital after suffering significant burns when their home caught fire Friday morning.

As of noon, traffic on Rt 93 was still delayed as the result of an earlier accident involving a rolled over truck.

Crews on scene of accident on I-93 in Salem

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Emergency crews were on the scene of a major motor vehicle accident on Rt. 93 southbound in the area of the Brookdale Bridge on Friday morning.

Two people were hurt when this van crashed into a tree Thursday night in Rochester.

Two injured in Rochester crash

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Deana Spencer, 42, of Barrington was flown to Maine Medical Center late Thursday night after she was seriously injured when thrown from a van that crashed into a tree in Rochester.

Tamworth man struck, killed by UPS truck

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Matthews was found lying in the travel lane and was later pronounced dead at the scene. The incident occurred just north of the State Police Troop E barracks in a stretch of Route 16 known as...

A trio of roundabouts looms a solution to Meredith’s seasonal traffic problem

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A study committee will recommend a three-roundabout solution to the stubborn summer congestion problem downtown near the junctions of Routes 3 and 25, which has drawn heavy attention from state...

Bail, house arrest for alleged drunk driver charged with negligent homicide

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A Massachusetts man accused of driving drunk and causing the death of a Jaffrey driver in Rindge Nov. 6 was arraigned on one count of negligent homicide, driving under the influence, in the 8th...

Woman killed in Nashua crash

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Police say a woman was killed in a single-vehicle accident Wednesday night on Tinker Road.

Wednesday night Derry blaze under investigation

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Derry police and fire investigators are trying to determine what caused a fire Wednesday night that destroyed an abandoned Rockingham Road building that once housed a used car dealership and a custom...

Weare Board of Selectmen held an open forum on Nov. 19 at Town Hall to hear input on community matters, especially the police department.  From left to right: Jennifer Bohl, John Lawton, Chairman Tom Clow, James Leary and Keith Lacasse.

Weare residents turn out to discuss police department concerns

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A couple hundred Weare residents packed Town Hall on Wednesday night for a two and a half-hour open forum where any topic could be discussed, but the ongoing police department turmoil was the main...

1 Gunfire from police range disturbs Plaistow neighbors

2 'Arpy' Saunders, architect of Claremont lawsuit, dead at 72

0 Cause of Ashland fire investigated

0 Plaistow board interviews 3 police chief finalists

0 Keene mobile home destroyed by fire, two firefighters injured

0 Late-night fire damages Ashland home

1 Man dies in I-89 collision

0 Police officer, driver injured in New Durham crash

3 Nashua committee votes to OK policy that allows alcohol at school

0 Gilmanton considers 'boot drive' ordinance

0 Hopkinton Fire Station renovations shaped by future projections

0 House fire caused by bed warmer

0 Auburn patrolman hit by car returns to duty

1 Slick commute in store for some NH motorists today

3 Former chief of Missouri county at center of protests over teenager's shooting to oversee re-accreditation of Manchester PD

5 Manchester charter school requests barriers between playground, street

0 UNH police investigating report of man brandishing gun on campus

0 October overdose death is Littleton's first this year caused by mix of drugs

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In this 2012 photo, Sen. Jeanne Shaheen presents a resolution honoring firefighters who helped douse the USS Miami after it was intentionally set on fire by a shipyard painter so he could go home early.  The Navy recently concluded that the Maine shipyard was ill prepared to deal with what started as a minor fire contributing to the destruction of the $900M nuclear attack submarine.

0 Firefighters union president rejects Navy conclusion lax practices at shipyard doomed $900M submarine

0 Lyndeborough hands fired officers $82K to end legal wrangling

0 Embattled Portsmouth police officials launch new web initiative to gather public feedback

0 Exeter ZBA nixes homeless center proposal

0 N.H. State Police becomes nation's first highway patrol to adopt COPsync System

0 Police seek public's help to find missing teen girl

0 Groundhog attack causes scare in Hampton

0 Ex-fire chief critical of Navy report blaming destruction of $900M submarine on lax practices at shipyard

0 Man who kicked roommate to death arrested day after release from pirson

0 Probe of $2.7M cop inheritance scandal will include look at role of other police officials

0 MUFON closes case on UFOs spotted in Pittsfield last May

0 Brattleboro man gets suspended jail sentence for upskirting

0 N.H. Fish and Game puzzled by coyote attack in Greenland

0 Ex-shipyard fire chief criticizes Navy report blaming yard for destruction of $900M submarine

0 Coyote attacks woman, dog in Greenland

0 Judge seals allegations brought by strip club against NH Drug Task Force

0 Al Jazeera: Beat surrender - Small town police forces vanish

0 Chicken Kiev Salmonella outbreak watched in New Hampshire

0 Living under the cloud of Ebola virus in Hanover

0 Kearsarge community forum airs questions, concerns about Ebola

0 Quarantined Rutland traveler identified as witch doctor who's presence in West Africa alarmed FBI

0 25 years later, NH mom still determined to find missing daughter

0 Police investigate after body discovered in Portsmouth

0 Timeline of cop's disputed $2.7M inheritance

0 Police rescue hunter waist-deep in mud

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