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Police block the entrance to Bedford High School, where a

UPDATED: Bomb threat cancels classes at Bedford High School, Lurgio Middle School

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Bedford High School and Lurgio Middle School complex are closed Wednesday morning due to a bomb threat. Students are being sent...

Weare police sergeant's firing rescinded

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Selectmen have reversed last year's decision to fire Weare police Sgt. Joseph Kelley, one of two ranking officers involved in the...

Lakeview Neurorehabilitation Center in Effingham.

Patient's death sparks probe of Effingham rehabilitation center

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Following the release of reports alleging abuse, neglect and the death of a patient, Gov. Maggie Hassan has ordered the state to...

State has surplus but short for biennium

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Unaudited figures show $20 million surplus but about $6 million less than what is needed to balance biennial budget.

Bad drug label good for Rockingham

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Rockingham County has been approved for the federal High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area program, opening what local police...

Dave Harkless, owner of Littleton Bike and Fitness, stands Tuesday afternoon at the bottom of the once and future Mt. Eustis Ski Hill. Thanks to the generosity and hard work of the Greater Littleton community, the ski hill, which between 1939 and 1979 got riders to the top of the 1,300-foot summit via a tow rope, is slated to re-open for the 2014-2015 season.

Littleton's Mt. Eustis Ski Hill to return

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Thanks to much generosity and hard work, the Mt. Eustis Ski Hill — where locals learned to schuss between 1939 and 1979...

Nashua driver: No to plea deal in death of homeless man

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Facing a negligent homicide charge, a Nashua woman has declined a plea offer made in connection with the death of a homeless man.

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Couple arrested in violent beating, kidnapping of woman

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Two local residents have been arrested on numerous of charges for a crime spree Thursday surrounding the alleged severe beating,...

EXCLUSIVE: 21 liens filed against Sen. Shaheen and her husband for failure to pay creditors

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Towns in New Hampshire and Maine placed 21 different liens against properties owned by Democratic Senate candidate Jeanne...

UPDATED: Regulators OK 47 percent rate hike for Liberty Utilities customers

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State regulators have granted a request from Liberty Utilities to raise electric rates by 47 percent effective Nov. 1, resulting...

Police block the entrance to Bedford High School, where a "credible" bomb threat was reported Wednesday morning.

UPDATED: Bomb threat cancels classes at Bedford High School, Lurgio Middle School

Bedford High School and Lurgio Middle School complex are closed Wednesday morning due to a bomb threat. Students are being sent home.

Weare police sergeant's firing rescinded

Selectmen have reversed last year's decision to fire Weare police Sgt. Joseph Kelley, one of two ranking officers involved in the highly criticized sting that resulted in the fatal shooting of a street-level drug dealer.

Lakeview Neurorehabilitation Center in Effingham.

Patient's death sparks probe of Effingham rehabilitation center

Following the release of reports alleging abuse, neglect and the death of a patient, Gov. Maggie Hassan has ordered the state to immediately stop placing patients at the Lakeview Neurorehabilitation Center, and called for a thorough investigation of its operations.

State has surplus but short for biennium

Unaudited figures show $20 million surplus but about $6 million less than what is needed to balance biennial budget.

Police block the entrance to Bedford High School, where a "credible" bomb threat was reported Wednesday morning.

UPDATED: Bomb threat cancels classes at Bedford High School, Lurgio Middle School

Bedford High School and Lurgio Middle School complex are closed Wednesday morning due to a bomb threat. Students are being sent home.

Weare police sergeant's firing rescinded

Selectmen have reversed last year's decision to fire Weare police Sgt. Joseph Kelley, one of two ranking officers involved in the highly criticized sting that resulted in the fatal shooting of a street-level drug dealer.

Lakeview Neurorehabilitation Center in Effingham.

Patient's death sparks probe of Effingham rehabilitation center

Following the release of reports alleging abuse, neglect and the death of a patient, Gov. Maggie Hassan has ordered the state to immediately stop placing patients at the Lakeview Neurorehabilitation Center, and called for a thorough investigation of its operations.

State has surplus but short for biennium

Unaudited figures show $20 million surplus but about $6 million less than what is needed to balance biennial budget.

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Disaster relief funds distributed to city

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A nearly $26,000 grant has been awarded to Nashua's Transit Department to purchase a back-up power supply for its facility.

Planned Parenthood endorses Hassan

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Groups says Hassan near perfect record protecting women's health care services and rights made choice easy.

Hillary Clinton to join Shaheen fundraiser

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The former Secretary of State and likely 2016 presidential hopeful will headline a fundraising event for U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in New York.

Herb Lahout stands Monday afternoon in the building at 33 Main St. in Lincoln that he is renovating and hopes to make available for retail/office use or a restaurant.

After flap over 'racist' comment, no call for Lincoln planner to resign from board

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While distancing themselves from remarks made by planning board member Paula Strickon, the Lincoln Board of Selectmen on Monday did not remove her from office as requested by Lebanese-American businessman Herb Lahout, who said she had made “racist” comments about his ancestral homeland.

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  • School lunch participation is down and food waste is up since the feds launched their war on childhood obesity. Should schools be required to serve healthier foods than many children eat at home?
  • Yes
  • 42%
  • No
  • 58%
  • Total Votes: 1272