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2 officers, Weare face civil suit over 2012 burglary arrest

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A suit filed against the town of Weare and two of its police officers claims a Manchester man was “brutalized and...

Hooksett board wants to hear from residents on failed Pinkerton deal

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The School Board will host a public forum at Cawley Middle School at 7 p.m. Monday. Superintendent Charles Littlefield said all...

Shawn Russell, 30, of Methuen, Mass., at left,  was arrested on Thursday. Police obtained an arrest warrant for Michael Meucci, 31, of Salem.

Burglars take $210K in cash from safe in Salem home

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Police arrested a 30-year-old Methuen, Mass. man who was allegedly part of a burglary crew now being sought for allegedly taking...

Jeffrey Gray, formerly of Salem, lost his bid to upend his 2012 conviction on aggravated felonious sexual assault.

Judge rejects new rape trial for ex-Salem planning board member

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A judge rejected a bid by Jeffrey Gray, an ex-Salem planning board member, to upend his conviction on charges of sexual assault,...

Scott Berk, right, on Wednesday returned a Volkl ski he found recently while hiking in Great Gully on Mount Adams' King Ravine to Patrick Luk, the extreme skier who lost it and its twin nine days earlier in a fall in that part of the mountain. Berk, who owns and operates a caf in Norway, Maine and was hiking in Great Gully on April 11, also found a handgun that Luk had been carrying and turned it over to authorities who then returned it to Luk.

Extreme skier's handgun found, returned to him

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Relatively unscathed in a fall down Mount Adams earlier this month, extreme skier Patrick Luk is healing well and on Wednesday...

Ski area manager says ACA may cut season short

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Owners of some small New Hampshire businesses said at a forum Thursday that paperwork and expense are threatening the economic...

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Preston's 'Idol' adventure goes on

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New Hampshire's Alex Preston has made it to the final six of this season's "American Idol."

Auburn town administrator under fire

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A move to fire Town Administrator William Herman was thwarted Thursday morning after residents filled a meeting room at town hall...

Belmont High School student Cory Yelle, at right at microphone, speaks against changing the school's mascot and logo Wednesday night.
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Belmont High likely will keep Red Raider mascot

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BELMONT – By a 3-1 margin, residents and students at a special student council meeting Wednesday night voted to keep the...

Toronto Maple Leafs left wing James van Riemsdyk, right, tangles with Boston Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask in the first period of Game 1 of their NHL Eastern Conference quarterfinals hockey playoff series in this 2013 file photo.

NH-based insurer sues NHL to limit its defense in players concussion lawsuits

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TIG Insurance Co., a Manchester, New Hampshire-based unit of Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd., filed the suit Tuesday in New York...

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Sen. Odell won't seek re-election

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CONCORD – A day after he was one of two Republican Senators to vote to repeal the death penalty, Sen. Bob Odell announced he would not seek re-election to the District 8 seat he has held for six terms.

Senate votes to ban hand-held cellphone use in cars; bill heads back to House

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A bill banning the hand-held use of cellphones or other electronic devices while driving was approved by the Senate Thursday.

Death penalty stays on the books in New Hampshire

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The State Senate voted Thursday morning to keep the state's death penalty. The final vote was 12-12 and the bill was tabled, which effectively kills it unless one senator changes his or her mind.

Ski area manager says ACA may cut season short

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Owners of some small New Hampshire businesses said at a forum Thursday that paperwork and expense are threatening the economic platforms on which their companies are built — to the point that the Affordable Care Act could trump nature.

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