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 U.S. District Court judge on Monday ruled in favor of a House of Representatives committee seeking President Donald Trump’s financial records from his accounting firm, dealing an early setback to the Trump administration in its legal battle with Congress.
ROXBURY — The owner of the now defunct Granite Gorge summer camp won’t have to pay a $2,100 refund to an irate mother, and the mother won’t have to pay $10,000 for allegedly defaming the camp’s owner, according to a ruling issued this week.
Five states announced Thursday that they are taking legal action against Purdue Pharma and members of the Sackler family who control the drug company, accusing them of deceptively pushing powerful painkillers and misrepresenting the drugs’ safety as the pills sparked the opioid crisis.
New Hampshire gun maker SIG Sauer Inc. is asking a federal judge in Texas to toss a lawsuit over the company’s P320 semi-automatic pistol that claims the firearm is defective and can accidentally fire when dropped.
MANCHESTER — Under unprecedented security, a trial opened Monday of Brandon Griffin, the alleged leader of the “Squad” street gang who is accused of using violence and intimidation to control the drug trade in Manchester in 2015 and 2016.
CONCORD — A probate judge Friday called to a halt the blockbuster estate trial in which Nathan Carman was to rebut claims he murdered his millionaire grandfather and was entitled to receive some of the man’s fortune.
WESTMORELAND — A father and daughter tied to the region’s historic Chickering Dairy Farm are being sued for an alleged scheme that involves bribery and slaughterhouse fraud, according to court records.
After suffering a financial setback, David Quimby told police that he turned to a home business to make ends meet and cover his property tax bill, according to court records, - growing and selling marijuana.
State lawyers have 30 days to decide whether they will appeal a judge's ruling that names on the "Laurie List," the secret roster of New Hampshire police officers with credibility problems, are subject to disclosure.
The 2017 edition of the Wall High School yearbook had something missing — the slogan “TRUMP Make America Great Again!” was edited out of at least one student’s T-shirt. Grant Berardo wore the Trump shirt on photo day for his junior class picture. But when the yearbook came out, the slogan wa…
CONCORD — The Director of Motor Vehicles, Elizabeth A. Bielecki, has released the following list of Driving While Intoxicated revocations. Please note the actual date of revocation may have preceded this announcement.
Two more former Dartmouth College students joined a federal lawsuit that seven other women had brought seeking $70 million in damages for allowing a "21st Century Animal House" culture of drinking, rape and sexual harassment to persist over a 16-year period.
A judge has ordered the Peaceful Assembly Church to pay nearly $10,000 in back taxes and attorney’s fees to the Town of Grafton, saying the church breached the terms of an agreement that granted tax-exempt status in return for repairs of its fire-ravaged building.
A second University of New Hampshire research assistant has been sentenced to two years of probation for using stolen grant money to buy clothing, video games, even a snowblower, federal prosecutors said.
CONCORD — The Bedford High School dean who lost her job after testifying on behalf of a former co-worker is suing Bedford schools, demanding her job back and monetary damages for her wrongful termination.
A former employee of Sig Sauer is suing the company, claiming that the gun manufacturer ignored her complaints about sexually oriented taunts and that it demoted her after she and a co-worker complained about the behavior.
A judge ruled on Tuesday that names on the “Laurie List” — the secret list of New Hampshire police officers with credibility problems — do not qualify for confidentiality protections under state law and are subject to disclosure.
BOSTON — The former head coach of the men’s tennis team at the University of Texas at Austin pleaded guilty on Wednesday as part of a deal to cooperate with prosecutors in their ongoing investigation of the U.S. college admissions scandal.
The National Rifle Association sued Los Angeles on Wednesday over a new law requiring that contractors disclose their ties to the gun rights group as a condition of obtaining business from the second most-populous U.S. city.