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A reminder that no one should be above the law.
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We are headed toward single-payer health care, slowly but surely.
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The tension between rival teenagers escalated as groups of supporters from both sides began making threats over Facebook. The dispute erupted into an all-out brawl when opposing groups met in person
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Obamacare is already putting more Granite Staters on the dole.
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Candidates, if you support it, say it.
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Why does New Hampshire continue letting the state deny citizens the right to carry concealed?
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The civil unrest in a St. Louis suburb last week attracted national attention. Some in the national media have apparently discovered what Granite Staters have known and have been concerned about for...
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Portsmouth's Police Commission made the right decision last week to reject a proposed settlement that would have made the city's police and fire departments approximately $800,000 beneficiaries of an...

Heating unit cause of blaze in Manchester

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A heating unit in a Walnut Street home caused an early morning fire Monday in Manchester.

Traffic was backed up for about a mile Monday morning after a massive concrete structure being carried on a tractor-trailer on Route 101 in Hampton became dislodged and slammed into the rear of the cab.

Traffic backed up a mile in Hampton tractor-trailer accident

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A 90,000-pound concrete structure, being hauled Monday morning on a tractor trailer on Route 101, dislodged and struck the rear of cab, resulting in the closure of the right travel lane on the...

Woman shot during Manchester drug raid is identified

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A preliminary report into the shooting of a woman during a raid on her home last month is expected to be completed in about two weeks.

Citizen's Police Academy in Manchester set for Oct. 1

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There's still time to sign up for the 24th session of the Citizen's Police Academy scheduled to begin on Oct. 1 at the Manchester Police Department on Valley Street.

Mother of Bedford student hit by car says safety should come first on school grounds

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The mother of a student struck by a car last Tuesday at Ross A. Lurgio Middle School is speaking out on behalf of safety concerns on school grounds.

Farmington Police Chief Jay Drury and his wife, Melissa.

New Farmington police chief continues to build relationships in the community he’s served for 14 years

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Using the connections he’s made since first coming to town 14 years ago, the new police chief is proud to know many residents by name as he walks through the downtown.

Keene police officer on bicycle struck by car

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A city police officer struck by a car while riding a bicycle early Sunday morning received only minor injuries, state police said Sunday.

Lebanon man killed in Mass. crash on Interstate 95

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A New Hampshire man was killed Saturday morning when the tractor-trailer truck he was dirving rolled over on Interstate 95, Massachusetts State Police said.

Hot spotlight put on NH domestic violence

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As the country debates how best to prevent and stop domestic violence, New Hampshire experts say they hope a new law here will make life safer for victims.

In neglect cases, indigent parents may lose legal help

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CONCORD - Abuse and neglect attorneys across the state are urging a Supreme Court advisory committee to reject a proposed change to a parent's right to a lawyer.

Antidote carried by NH first responders a life-saver for heroin overdoses

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In the battle against opioid drug abuse, New Hampshire first responders increasingly are using a weapon called naloxone to revive addicts who have overdosed.

An employee of the Ossipee Mountain Land Co. clears debris Friday morning from two firewood-drying kilns that were damaged Thursday night in an accidental fire.

Fire damages Tamworth business, but owners say they will stay open

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A Thursday night fire that slightly injured two firefighters and damaged drying kilns at the Ossipee Mountain Land Co., a leading manufacturer of packaged firewood, has been deemed accidental.

While the plane “crash” at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport that led to the emergency call wasn't real, the reaction and events that followed were taken seriously as authorities evaluated how prepared the airport is, had Saturday not been a drill.

3 Manchester-Boston Regional Airport drill tests NH emergency response

0 EEE found in Portsmouth mosquito batch

0 NH Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence is seeking funding

4 $25M suit filed against jail, police by man paralyzed in custody

1 Exeter team reeling over tragedies

0 Manchester man arrested on warrant related to July police stop

0 Dover police investigating numerous thefts from motor vehicles

0 Manchester police investigating body found under Biron Bridge

0 Rochester Middle School briefly evacuated due to small kitchen fire

1 Exeter High community mourns senior killed in Atkinson crash

2 Aldermen approve new Nashua police contract

0 Pembroke podiatrist's license suspended

0 Bronze Craft to pay $131,115 hazardous waste fine

0 Police say Newport shooting victim had run-in with law day earlier

0 New police chief appointed in Farmington

0 Work begins on Dover police station, garage

0 Teen driver airlifted after Rindge crash

0 Minor injuries for sisters hit by car in outside Nashua school

 NH Angle
Links to news and happenings around the world with a Granite State connection updated daily.

0 Plaistow police lieutenant investigated for traffic stop irregularities

0 Keene Cop Block returns with updated flyer

0 Manchester man dies in accident early Friday in Moira, NY

0 Should violent students be required to wear electric shock devices? Some of parents say yes as FDA considers ban

0 Lebanon man killed in Lexington, Mass. crash that snarled Route 128 traffic

0 Wearable devices can be used by employers to track worker health and safety

0 In labs and in the law, spice poses chemical conundrum

0 Friends aid Portsmouth man in intensive care after moped crash

0 Concord robberís high court appeal sparks debate on police personnel files

0 Police examine speed, possible horseplay in golf cart fatality

0 Ossipee selectmen approve ordinance outlawing 'spice'

0 High school in Bristol locked down after student threat

0 Tamworth building destroyed by flames, two firefighters injured

0 Dispute continues after ATF again classifies SIG's muzzle device as silencer

0 NH firm offers Univ. of Florida students heavily discounted stun guns after anthropology sophomore reaches out

0 Globe: U.S. paid witness against friend of Boston bomber $66K, NH trooper interceded to have charge dropped

0 Manchester man stabbed, shoots assailant with stolen gun in R.I. park

0 Video captures moment car struck children at Nashua school

0 Video: NH woman, 67, says burglars released her Ďinner lionessí

0 Mass. man, 27, dies in golf cart accident at The Links at Outlook

0 Manchester department announces police exam in Nov. to identify future cadets

0 After hearing pleas not to, Gilford board votes 2-1 to remove ban on fireworks

0 Witness: Ex-FBI honcho forced 3 drivers off road before wreck; police mum on irregularities

0 Dover woman armed with gun sends intruder running

0 Portsmouth school officials under fire amid probe into 'kissing game'

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