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The first weekend of fall is here and it's a great time to be outdoors! The Deerfield Fair, the Portsmouth Maritime Festival,...

Littleton man has been missing since mysterious crash last Thursday

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LITTLETON, N.H. - The search continues for a man missing since a mysterious car crash Thursday night. Littleton Police are...

N.H.'s Laurie List under the spotlight

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It led to police Chief Joseph Gordon placing Wood's name on the Laurie List, which includes law enforcement officers from around...

Mayor's police contract veto may face override in Nashua

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The president of the Board of Aldermen says he expects city officials will override the mayor's line item veto of the police...

Havenstein to unveil 'Pledge 2.0' today, saying, 'I won't spend money we don't have'

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In an exclusive interview with the New Hampshire Union Leader, Republican candidate for governor Walt Havenstein describes his...

Competitors in Saturday's inaugural Pinnacle Bike Championship streak down the race course on the ski slopes of the Waterville Valley Resort.

Waterville Valley Resort puts mountain bikers back on top

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Mountain biking has been a part of the activities here for more than 40 years and despite a setback due to damage caused by...

North Country summit to highlight job creation

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Gov. Maggie Hassan will attend an economic summit here today where she will speak about how the state can “support...

Food stamp loophole not a go in NH

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New Hampshire is looking at ways to minimize the impact of federal food stamp program reductions while honoring the intent behind...

3 Afghan soldiers missing from Joint Base Cape Cod

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Police and military officials are searching for three officers from the Afghanistan National Army who were engaged in a training...

Hillary Clinton to host D.C. fundraiser for State. Sen. Lou D'Allesandro

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Reached by phone late Sunday night, D'Allesandro confirmed that Clinton will host a fundraiser on his behalf on Sept. 30 in...

Littleton man has been missing since mysterious crash last Thursday

LITTLETON, N.H. - The search continues for a man missing since a mysterious car crash Thursday night. Littleton Police are searching for 43 year-old Christopher Gochee. He was last seen in his vehicle at around 7 p.m. Thursday in Woodsville.

N.H.'s Laurie List under the spotlight

It led to police Chief Joseph Gordon placing Wood's name on the Laurie List, which includes law enforcement officers from around the state with credibility concerns. Officers are placed on the Laurie List solely at the discretion of local police chiefs.

New Haven paid off sex harassment suit against Weare chief brought by female detective

However, Velleca's time in New Haven was not problem-free. The newspaper reported several of the detectives under his command filed hostile work environment complaints and the year after he retired as acting chief in 2011, the department paid $20,000 to settle a sexual harassment suit a female detective filed against him.

Hudson medical device maker Atrium faces lawsuits over surgical mesh

NASHUA More than two dozen people have filed lawsuits against a Hudson-based medical device manufacturer, claiming the company knew its surgical mesh could cause

Littleton man has been missing since mysterious crash last Thursday

LITTLETON, N.H. - The search continues for a man missing since a mysterious car crash Thursday night. Littleton Police are searching for 43 year-old Christopher Gochee. He was last seen in his vehicle at around 7 p.m. Thursday in Woodsville.

N.H.'s Laurie List under the spotlight

It led to police Chief Joseph Gordon placing Wood's name on the Laurie List, which includes law enforcement officers from around the state with credibility concerns. Officers are placed on the Laurie List solely at the discretion of local police chiefs.

New Haven paid off sex harassment suit against Weare chief brought by female detective

However, Velleca's time in New Haven was not problem-free. The newspaper reported several of the detectives under his command filed hostile work environment complaints and the year after he retired as acting chief in 2011, the department paid $20,000 to settle a sexual harassment suit a female detective filed against him.

Hudson medical device maker Atrium faces lawsuits over surgical mesh

NASHUA More than two dozen people have filed lawsuits against a Hudson-based medical device manufacturer, claiming the company knew its surgical mesh could cause

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Havenstein to unveil 'Pledge 2.0' today, saying, 'I won't spend money we don't have'

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In an exclusive interview with the New Hampshire Union Leader, Republican candidate for governor Walt Havenstein describes his updated tax pledge for New Hampshire that he will unveil this morning, one he says continues a long tradition of opposing sales or income taxes while promising not to burden taxpayers with “unfunded obligations.”

Food stamp loophole not a go in NH

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New Hampshire is looking at ways to minimize the impact of federal food stamp program reductions while honoring the intent behind the cuts, officials say.

Mayor's police contract veto may face override in Nashua

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The president of the Board of Aldermen says he expects city officials will override the mayor's line item veto of the police patrolmen contract.

Dan Tuohy's Granite Status: Brown agrees to seven debates

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The Senate Republican nominee is challenging Democratic incumbent Jeanne Shaheen to participate in four more events.

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