State prosecutors filed a petition seeking the removal of Rockingham County Attorney James Reams from office, accusing him of sexual harassment and misapplication of state fines and federal forfeiture money. (JAMES A. KIMBLE/FILE PHOTO)
State prosecutors petitioned a judge to remove embattled Rockingham County Attorney James Reams from office, accusing him of sexual harassment of employees, misapplication of forfeiture and fine money, and failure to disclose potentially useful evidence to the defense.
With 169 votes, Ronald Cormier won the three-man race for selectman, while longtime resident George Condodemetraky lost two elections in the same race.
The Board of Selectmen will welcome Susan Strickford, who ran unopposed Tuesday, and who will join the board after receiving 353 votes. Incumbent Selectman Jim O'Brien also will return after garnering 322 votes.
Newcomer Lynn Sweet will serve a three-year term as selectman after narrowly defeated incumbent JoAnn Brown, 220-178, Tuesday.
Berlin residents chose Cryans over Kenney, 360 to 214
None of the candidates in any town office election was challenged in Tuesday’s elections, so all were elected or reelected. A zoning amendment dealing with the definition of a contiguous buildable area passed.
With the Pinkerton Academy contract front-and-center in this year's Hooksett elections, 1841 voters cast their ballots today.
In the special election for Executive Council, Democratic Candidate Michael J. Cryans won Grantham with 274 votes against Republican Candidate Joseph Kenney, who received 108 votes.
Second-place finisher for the third year in a row, Aliy Zirkle talks with reporters after completing the Iditarod dog sled race in Nome, Alaska Tuesday. (REUTERS/Nathaniel Wilder)
Sled dog racer Aliy Zirkle can't shake the Seavey family — or second place.
With the town’s more than century-old-ballot box in the foreground, Waterville Valley Town Clerk Pat Kucharski shows off another tool that is unique to Town Meeting here: the antique moderator’s gavel. The 2014 town meeting was Kucharski’s last as town clerk. (JOHN KOZIOL PHOTO)
After 10 years on the job, Patricia Kucharski hung up her town clerk’s hat on Tuesday, overseeing elections in this town of less than 300 residents, most of whom, as has been the case for the past decade, were expected to come to the polls.
While adults voted for operating budgets and elected officials, kids also had some decisions to make on Tuesday evening as they practiced casting ballots as part of the "Kids Vote" project.
A $9.1 million municipal budget is among the 18 warrant articles facing voters at this year’s Hollis Town Meeting.
Officials say only about 300 people had cast ballots in Derry as of early afternoon.
New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen participated in the Senate Democrats all-night “talkathon” on climate change Monday night and Tuesday morning, calling it a “great opportunity” to draw attention to an important issue.
Two New Hampshire law enforcement officials are still smarting over Sen. Jeanne Shaheen’s vote last week in favor of confirming controversial attorney Debo Adegbile to head the U.S. Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division. Shaheen defended the vote Tuesday.
It was slow at the polls in Gilford Tuesday. (DAN SEUFERT PHOTO)
Town officials at polls in Meredith and Gilford said the turnout was low early on in Tuesday's voting.
Greeting Goffstown voters Election workers Brad Parkhurst and Mary Ann McKenna check voter Eric Glaude's identification at the Goffstown polls on March 11, at Goffstown High School. (Susan Clark Photo)
It's been a slow day at the polls as voters come in waves to cast their ballots.
The regional tactical unit was called as a precaution to an apartment complex in Dover Tuesday afternoon as a man was taken to the hospital for a psychological evaluation.
As residents must decide to build a fire station, buy a dump truck and decide on local budgets, turnout appears to be "above average" for a normal election, according to Moderator Chris Jacobs.
DURHAM - A Bedford man pleaded guilty Monday to stealing lobster traps and gear after several complaints from fishermen last summer.
- 0 Voting is not just for adults in Windham
- 0 Voter turnout is low but steady in Bedford
- 0 Steady voter turnout in Amherst
- 0 Warm weather and big issues draw residents to the polls in Middleton
- 0 Due to snow forecast, Farmington decides to wait a week to decide on town issues
- 0 Poll activity slow but steady in Londonderry
- 2 Manchester police recover $2,000 worth of painkillers in drug arrest
- 0 600 votes cast in Hudson by midday
- 0 Man dies after officer-involved Rochester shooting
- 0 Londonderry polls average 100 voters per hour
- 0 Faulty lamp caused Manchester blaze
- 0 Nashua school members' letter prompts an apology
- 0 UNH Law named a top 100 law school in magazine’s rankings
- 0 UPDATE: Hudson police standoff ends; person in custody
- 1 Revised lice policy gets cool reception from some at Manchester school meeting
- 2 Manchester man who defrauded banks in mortgage foreclosure scheme gets 6 years
- 0 March storm brings accumulation mystery, maybe misery
- 0 Goffstown voters have lots to consider with schools
- 0 Building on Hope provides boost for Amherst nonprofit
- 0 With snow budget depleted, Nashua dips into trust fund
- 0 Manchester CrimeWatch: Graffiti charge keeps teen’s bail from changing
- 0 Police union contract a top concern for Bedford voters
- 0 Proposed school budget creates stir in Allenstown
- 12 Sen. Ayotte vows to fight on after her military sex assault bill passes
- 0 Conway juggles a hot potato after town budget-cap amendment
- 0 Fire station improvements among top Goffstown issues
- 1 Decision day in Hooksett on move to Pinkerton Academy
- 0 ‘Bow Wow Bedford’ to offer micro-chipping, rabies shots
- 1 $2 million federal grant targets New Hampshire health exchange
- 0 Goshen voters decide to end district ties with Lempster
- 0 Tilted Kilt eatery chain, known for scantily-clad waitresses, coming to Nashua
- 0 Whitefield considers expanding the Career and Technical Center
- 0 Senior housing project's wetlands request is tabled
- 0 Salem ready to do battle with emerald ash borer
- 0 Hudson band mom ready for another Boston Marathon
- 0 Loeb School spring classes offer career-change chance
- 0 2 LGC programs lost $37 m illion over eight years
- 0 Fish and Game: Skimming across water illegal, and bad idea
- 0 New Hampshire Business Newsreel
- 0 Manchester-based scam roofer going to prison for making promises, taking money
Middlebrooks homers; Red Sox win, lose one
Cooperative has 1,230 without electricity
Taken for a ride: Hooksett’s Pinkerton deal
John DiStaso's Granite Status: Shaheen among speakers at Senate Dems' climate change 'talkathon'
Manchester schools project budget surplus