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Asked if he could confirm the suspension of Chief Paul Donovan, Hickey initially replied that he could, but that, “I choose not to.'' We wonder if Mr. Hickey can confirm for us that he is a...
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Would Time magazine rather see Granite Staters raped and murdered?
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Police work can be very dangerous. Police can be put into life-threatening situations at a moment's notice, or without notice at all.
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Yes, you are paying for abortions through Obamacare.
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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.
Line workers inspect the damage after a van crashed, taking down wires and two telephone poles on Varney Street near the South Main Street intersection in Manchester. The driver was transported to the hospital with minor injuries. Varney Street was closed in both directions.

UPDATED: Distracted by dog, woman downs two utility poles on Manchester’s Varney Street

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A woman was trapped inside her van by live power lines Tuesday morning after she said she was distracted by one of her dogs and crashed into two utility poles, downing both.

Swanzey residents view maps outlining known cancer cases in West Swanzey at a meeting about MTBE in the area water supply Saturday afternoon.

Swanzey men suspect cancer cluster in town

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Two Swanzey men who are calling for a state investigation into what they suspect is cancer cluster along Route 10 in West Swanzey held an informational meeting for residents at Brown Memorial Field...

Cause of $1.4 million house fire in Plainfield remains unknown

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A million-dollar home owned by the Bay State Banner publisher Melvin Miller, burned to the ground Sunday night.

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Strafford County inmate facing charges of thefts from vehicles

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A 26-year-old inmate at the Strafford County House of Corrections will face a felony level charge after city detectives investigated his connection with recent thefts from vehicles in the community.

Injured dirt bike rider in ICU

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A 23-year-old Hudson man is in critical condition at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston after crashing his dirt bike Sunday in Litchfield.

Woman who jumped in front of Amtrak train identified

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Police have identified the woman who committed suicide by jumping in front of the Downeaster.

Busy day for White Mountain National Forest rescuers

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Four people were helped out of the White Mountain National Forest on Saturday after suffering medical emergencies or injuries while hiking.

Workers board up the outside of the Packers Outlet convenience store, which suffered heavy damage in a three-alarm fire Saturday night.

Franklin convenience store damaged by fire

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A three-alarm fire that heavily damaged a downtown store Saturday night was caused by something electrical.

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Tactical team takes man, 71, into custody

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SERT team arrests man who told police he would have to be shot before surrender

Hudson rider misses jump, crashes bike

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Nathan Davan, 23, of Hudson came up short while attempting a jump in the pit. He and his bike traveled an estimated 75 feet in the air before hitting the top of the jump, causing him to lose control.

Laconia police are searching for Daniel King.

Convicted child molester sought in Laconia

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Police say Daniel King is wanted for allegedly exposing himself to youngsters on Sept. 1 near Opechee Point beach.

Grandmother charged in ATV crash with tot

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An Alton Bay woman was charged with a violation after she crashed her new all-terrain vehicle in her yard with her 3-year-old grandson on board on Friday, according to officials.

This is a photo of the suspect released by police.

0 Tattooed man robs Hooksett gas station; Couple charged after crashing into Manchester store

0 After demanding cash, alleged female robber flees on foot in Somersworth

0 74-year-old woman suffers serious injuries in hit-and-run incident in Windham

0 Injured hiker carried to safety off Mount Israel in Sandwich

0 Three-alarm fire heavily damages Franklin store

0 Seacoast SERT team takes man, 70, into custody following threat

4 Manchester inspectors deem condemned apartment house safe enough

1 MANCHESTER — Classes were disrupted for the second day in a row at Manchester High School West Friday when students were evacuated due to a gas...">Manchester West High evacuated for gas leak

0 State Real Estate Commission chairman resigns his post

0 West Lebanon house fire likely started in dishwasher

0 ATV flips in Alton with 3-year-old on board

0 Convicted child molester sought in Laconia for allegedly exposing himself

0 Lockdown at Manchester West High School was frightening for parents, students

28 West High invader has long record

33 Tenants remain after Manchester building is declared unfit

11 Salem officials mum on police chief suspension; selectman alleges vulgar insult at meeting

2 Woman rescued from Mount Washington after allergic reaction to yellow jacket sting

0 Motorist escapes injury in Charlestown train-car crash

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

0 N.H. concealed carry gun application changes again but still 'weak, at best' says head of chiefs association

0 Chemicals found in private well near Pease

0 CDC sends alert about nine child cases of muscle weakness and paralysis in Colorado

0 Ex-FBI director gives fuzzy answers on accident report filed weeks late; refuses interview; slept for 10 hours before wreck sons said

0 Four more mysterious fireballs seen Tuesday, one over New Hampshire

0 Exeter woman sues Manchester landlord over facial trauma caused by pit bull attack

0 Jail official says he has no regrets giving disgraced Manchester police officer early release

0 Exeter firefighter sheds 110 pounds to keep the job he loves

0 Questions surround status of Hampton fire chief

0 Portsmouth official: Fire union lobbying derailed plan to study reforms

0 Conway woman succumbs to EEE

0 Gorham residents question why each officer in tiny police department needs new assault rifle

0 NH assistant principal resigns after allegation she videotaped male student urinating

0 Suspects in attempted abduction identified, now UNH victim won't aid police in case

0 Swanzey school's water tested for MTBE after trace amounts found elsewhere in town

0 Bedford police revive NH man with Narcan after he allegedly overdoses while driving

0 Forbes: NH parents face dramatically higher rates to insure a teen driver

0 Keene head shop owners fight for return of inventory seized by feds in raid that yielded no criminal charges

0 North Country man missing for days after crash found alive

0 'Kissing game' prompts Portsmouth schools to impose stricter sexual harassment policy on students, similar changes for staff tabled

0 Portsmouth official decries 'cover up' as council rejects reviving attempt to claim share of woman with dementia's $2.7M estate

0 Time: NH leads U.S. in prison population growth despite little crime

0 Vt. family involved in Canobie Lake Park fight blame police for mistreatment

0 NH DOT traffic head teaches Wakefield officials slower is not always safer, suggests town raise speed limits

0 Former day care director accused of possessing child porn images

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