Years before O.J. Simpson’s case became a made-for-television extravaganza, Derry's Pam Smart starred in the first gavel-to-gavel broadcast of a murder trial in U.S. history. It was a seamy tale of blood and lust.
Note to ReadersDue to road conditions we may be unable to deliver Sunday's paper in some areas. We will hold these papers and deliver them as soon as we're able. All print subscribers have unlimited digital access to read the paper on your favorite device. Activate your digital access to the print replica edition here.
- NH sets record employment, but openings remain
- Mike Cote's Business Editor's Notebook: Manchester needs a champion like the Boys & Girls Club
- NH Legal Perspective: NH's economy depends on affordable housing for workers
- BAE program grooms young women to become engineers
- Christopher Thompson's Closing the Deal: Focus on customer experience and good things will always follow
- The enduring appeal of Pam Smart, the misunderstood murderess
- Attempt to steal fuel from Mexican pipeline sets off explosion, kills at least 66
- Disbarred Manchester lawyer indicted for felony theft
- Concord man indicted in cold-case arson death of Robert McMillan
- Mueller denies BuzzFeed report claiming investigatorshave evidence Trump told Cohen to lie to Congress
- Sen. seeks FBI probe of DHS chief for possible perjury