The fire department has marked it with a red X, meaning no firefighter is going to put his life in danger should it catch fire. And Manchester SWAT recently used it to practice breaking down doors. 0
Manchester VA Medical Center Director Alfred Montoya said there are plans by late May or early June to open all space that a disastrous flood damaged three days after he took over. 0
City officials are recommending that Nashua enter into a memorandum of understanding with the city of Manchester to construct a joint, remote dispatch center. 0
A girl shot in the head by a fellow student at a Maryland high school has died, raising the death toll from the latest school shooting to two, including the shooter, authorities said. 0
A city man suffered minor injuries and faces a charge of DWI after he failed to negotiate an exit on the Spaulding Turnpike and plummeted down an embankment, police said. 0
A section of Route 202 South was shut down. 0
A person who jumped from the second floor during an early morning fire Thursday was taken to Concord Hospital, fire officials said. 0
Both drivers died from their injuries at the scene, officials said. 0
The State Police bomb squad set up a controlled detonation and troopers then collected pieces of the package. 0
While a Webster couple prepares to lay their daughter and grandchildren to rest, investigators and friends in Washington state are still seeking answers in the murder/suicide that took the lives of a... 0
A commercial fisherman who sued the federal government over at-sea monitoring costs was thrilled Thursday when it was announced the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration would fully fund... 0
The man who had his firearms seized during an incident at his mother's home on Kearsarge Way last month says police have still not returned the two AR-15 rifles and three pistols they took. 0
A proposed victims' rights amendment to the state constitution, known as Marsy's Law, won the endorsement of the state Senate in a 20-3 vote, well within the 15-vote margin required for a... 0
The House of Representatives voted 171-162 on Thursday in favor of a state-run family and medical leave insurance program for the third time, despite aggressive efforts by Republican leadership to... 0
Ah, the rites of spring. Move your clocks forward an hour. Change the batteries in your smoke detectors. Take in your bird feeder so the bears don't get to it. 0
Two University of New Hampshire research scientists have been arrested for allegedly stealing thousands of dollars in federal grant money and using...
The school is formed from the merger of two elementary schools and named after a local boy who grew up to become a Roman Catholic cardinal.
The head of the company that created Bratz dolls and Little Tikes sees a future Toys “R” Us that lives on past the company's expected...
City officials are recommending that Nashua enter into a memorandum of understanding with the city of Manchester to construct a joint, remote...
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The unidentified parent told police and school officials, “I’m afraid that what you’re doing is exactly what the gun lobby wants you to do and that is to normalize guns in our environment.” 0
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