ENFIELD — The parents of the Mascoma Valley Regional High School student who got free food from fired lunch lady Bonnie Kimball say Kimball sent their son Facebook messages to help her cover up the food giveaway.
MANCHESTER — Aldermen voted Tuesday to confirm Mayor Joyce Craig’s nomination of former Manchester Police Capt. Jonathan Hopkins as the city’s next director of Central Fleet Services, despite calls by some for Craig to withdraw the nomination due to connections between the candidate and Crai…
Staff at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center told police they suspected that family members of a woman who died on Jan. 27 tampered with her medications and possibly induced a fatal overdose, according to police reports released this week.
A disabled veteran who was reported to be suicidal and allegedly fired his rifle inside and outside his Raymond home as officers were responding Monday night has been involved in three standoffs with police since 2017.
CONCORD — The state's highest court upheld a granddaughter's conviction for negligent homicide in connection with an elderly woman who died in 2016 after she had been left to lie in her own urine and feces for five days inside an Exeter mobile home.
During a speech Tuesday night before the Edward M. Kennedy Institute in Boston, the former Massachusetts governor and federal prosecutor accused President Donald Trump of lying and misleading the American people.
The Dalton Board of Selectmen on Monday received a petition signed by more than 100 residents that calls for a Special Town Meeting and the adoption of emergency, temporary zoning to prevent a landfill from being located here.
BRENTWOOD — Six former scouts are suing the Boy Scouts of America and Daniel Webster Council, alleging the organizations failed to protect them from sexual abuse by ex-Newfields Scoutmaster Eugene Perreault, who is serving 12 to 30 years in prison for molesting boys.
Two weeks after the president of the Nashua Board of Education publicly called on a school board member to resign, school officials are now seeking a public meeting on the situation and have asked for police to be present.
CONCORD — A last-minute amendment to create a new tax on annual incomes above $132,900 was presented, discussed and unanimously rejected by the six-member Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday, all in about an hour.
BAGHDAD — Iraq will send delegations to Washington and Tehran to help “halt tension” amid fears of a confrontation between the United States and Iran in the Middle East, Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s lawyers on Tuesday notified a federal judge that they have appealed “all aspects” of a Monday ruling that the president’s accounting firm must turn over his financial records to Congress.
WASHINGTON — U.S. officials who briefed Congress about Iran on Tuesday sought to convince lawmakers that President Donald Trump’s administration wants to deter Tehran’s aggression, not attack the Islamic republic, members of Congress said.
WASHINGTON — Former White House counsel Donald McGahn was a no-show Tuesday at a House committee hearing, infuriating Democrats who are ramping up calls to start impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump despite continued resistance from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.
WASHINGTON — HUD Secretary Ben Carson on Tuesday defended the Trump administration’s proposal to purge undocumented immigrants — and their U.S.-born children — from government subsidized housing, citing the years-long waiting list of millions of “legal citizens.”
WASHINGTON — Abortion-rights campaigners, including Democrats seeking their party’s 2020 presidential nomination, rallied at the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday to protest new restrictions on abortion passed by Republican-dominated legislatures in eight states.