CLAREMONT — A Pleasant Street man could be headed to New Hampshire State Prison now that he’s been charged with two counts of disseminating private sexual images.
DURHAM — Police at the University of New Hampshire arrested a Nashua man on multiple charges last week related to an alleged sexual assault and kidnapping.
NORTH HAVERHILL — A Plymouth man who allegedly sent a woman a sexual image of herself in the hope she’d send him nude photos asked a judge Monday to dismiss the charge against him.
CONCORD --Manchester resident Abelino Morales-Padilla, 38, will spend the next 3½ years in federal prison for trafficking fentanyl, federal prosecutors announced.
NEWPORT — Former Claremont Mayor George Caccavaro, charged with sexually assaulting a developmentally disabled Stevens High School student, is working on a plea agreement, according to court records.
CONCORD — The New Hampshire Business Finance Authority plans to launch a study to determine whether there is a demand for a new state-focused private equity fund that would purchase or invest in small businesses. The study will be funded in part by the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.
BEDFORD — Police say they are investigating after a student was injured during a fight at Bedford High School last week.
CONCORD — Former Gov. John Lynch kicked off a week-long barnstorming tour for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden that will take him from one corner of the state to the other.
PORTSMOUTH — U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard is the next presidential candidate scheduled to speak at an economic forum.
Conversations at town halls around New Hampshire have been focused on domestic policy, like the job market and health insurance.
Communities throughout the state are in the process of preparing their poll workers for the upcoming presidential primary election, with a significant number of new voters expected.
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