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PAT BUCHANAN
Politics prevents a good response to Ebola

Maine nurse defies state Ebola quarantine, leaves home

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A nurse in Maine vowing not to be bullied by politicians and threatening to sue the state over an Ebola quarantine she calls unscientifically sound, defied the order and left her home for a bike ride...

Firefighters pour water into the basement at Union and Brook streets in Manchester early Thursday.

2-alarm Manchester fire displaces 10

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No one was injured in a two-alarm blaze early Thursday morning that left 10 people temporarily homeless in Manchester.

TOM REID

AG sued over documents in former Rockingham County attorney case

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Former Deputy Rockingham County Attorney Tom Reid filed a lawsuit against state Attorney General Joseph Foster claiming he is illegally withholding investigative files related to a months-long probe...

Manchester middle school principal accused of chokehold cleared, back to work

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The Parkside Middle School principal placed on leave after being accused of forcibly pulling a student from a classroom has been cleared of wrongdoing and allowed to return to work.

Nashua Police Chief John Seusing announced this week that he will retire on Jan. 1.

Nashua police chief to retire

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After nearly three years at the helm and 32 years with the department, Nashua Police Chief John Seusing announced this week that his last day will be Jan. 1.

Wind farm opposition does not deter Executive Council OK of Berlin project

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Despite opposition, the Executive Council voted 4-1 to approve $4 million in financing for a five-turbine wind farm in Berlin.

Police talk to witnesses after a Pinkerton Academy student was struck in the crosswalk by a motorist while trying to cross the street Wednesday night.

Pinkerton student taken to hospital after being hit by car

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A Pinkerton Academy student, who was returning from band practice, was taken to Parkland Medical Center with unknown injuries after she was struck by a motorist Wednesday evening.

Missing Mason man found dead

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The body of a missing Mason man was found in the woods behind his home after an overnight search on Monday.

Heroin overdoses claim two in Laconia

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Heroin claimed the lives of two Laconia residents over the past several days, while a third was revived by firefighters who administered Narcan (naloxone), police said.

Man who escaped Kingston police station captured in Mass.

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Mark George, 27, of Kingston who escaped the Kingston police station Tuesday afternoon by kicking out t a window , triggering a manhunt that scoured the wooded roadside of Route 125 and three local...

Firefighters look up at the facade of the Ted Herbert Music building after a 3/4-pound chunk of concrete dislodged and fell onto the sidewalk below. Nobody was hurt but sidewalk traffic is being detoured until repairs to the historic downtown Manchester building can be made.

Concrete chunk falls onto sidewalk from Elm Street building in Manchester

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A chunk of concrete fell about 30 feet from the Elm Steet building next to city hall that houses Pearson's Jewelers and Ted Herbert's Music Store.

Funding for Berlin wind farm up for council hearing Wednesday

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A proposal for $4.1 million in Business Finance Authority financing for a Berlin wind farm project is expected to be opposed Wednesday at a public hearing before the Executive Council.

1 State lays out Ebola protocols

0 Judge orders mediation in Trinity guardrail litigation

0 NASA: Orbital Sciences' unmanned rocket explodes on liftoff in Virginia

3 Manchester school board reaffirms 'get tough' policy for student assaults

1 CDC says returning workers should not be quarantined

0 Crews still working on replacing poles after accident

0 Woman, 56, struck by car in Laconia accident

3 Manchester police investigate two crashes involving two cruisers

3 Police: Car passenger overdosed on I-93 in Derry

0 Boy on scooter hits moving vehicle, taken to hospital

0 State police: Vermont man drove 111 mph on I-89

42 Obama asks N.Y., N.J., to reconsider Ebola quarantine policies

0 Lincoln pair to be autopsied today

9 More NH help going to West Africa

0 Lincoln deaths being called murder-suicide

0 Nurse, 1st quarantined under new rules, criticizes treatment

0 Agency missteps leave motorists in dark on air-bag defects

4 City hall: Police officer residency issue will have to be dealt with

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

0 Cop had lawyer grab thousands at widow's home in hours following her death

0 Portsmouth police brass caught in cop's disputed inheritance case

0 Shaheen forgets testimony that 'Gang of 8' bill would make illegal immigration worse

0 Firefighter's union honcho says leaked video was meant for 'members only'

0 Anonymous 'Yik Yak' app blocked as Fall Mountain school officials crack down on free speech to avert 'bullying'

0 2 apparent drug overdose deaths in Laconia

0 Portsmouth official calls loss of public trust 'paranoid irrational fear'

0 Salem rejects guardrail along Canobie Lake

0 Woman hit by Portsmouth teen driver sues construction company, city, and state alleging negligence

0 First responders share stories from the front lines of the Keene riots

0 FinnaRage wants you to rage at its parties. So what if it ends up a riot?

0 'Wicked Tuna' TV stars save sinking boat near Gloucester

0 Mason: Missing man found dead

0 NHSUPCO sides with Hudson in step pay dispute with firefighters

0 Brattleboro Retreat's plan to correct deficiencies approved

0 Supreme court reversal puts Pelham fire station site in flux

0 Laconia council moves to ban ‘spice’

0 Paranormal investigator's chilling account of ghosts of the Merrimack Valley

0 Delays on medical cannabis means a routine of pain for Sherri Levesque

0 KSC student, another man injured as party ends in fight

0 Keene woman has died after a car crash in Vt. Friday morning

0 More states ban ET-Plus guardrail system

0 Sharing or shaming? Arrest logs on Facebook tread a fine line

0 Older construction, aging infrastructure equals 'perfect fire storm'

0 Fugitive bullmastiff dog involved in fatal attack in Mass. captured in NH

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