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.
WASHINGTON — A Democratic U.S. senator on Friday asked the FBI to probe whether Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen committed perjury when she testified to Congress that the administration never had a policy to separate immigrant families.
MANCHESTER — There will be no criminal charges against two fired city police officers who were accused last year of coercing women into sex, Strafford County Attorney Thomas Velardi announced Wednesday, saying the evidence gathered during his investigation was inconclusive.
In its first response to a lawsuit brought by seven current and former female students, the Ivy League school admitted that a culture of intoxication, unwanted contact, and harassment was prevalent for years in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences.
CONCORD — An attempt by a group of Republican lawmakers to repeal a state law allowing buffer zones around abortion clinics was soundly rejected by the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday in a bipartisan 14-4 vote.
NEW YORK - A federal judge on Tuesday rejected the Trump administration's plan to add a U.S. citizenship question to the 2020 census, the first ruling in a handful of lawsuits nationwide that claim the question will hurt immigrants.
MANCHESTER — Arguing that claims of being a “whistleblower” aren’t enough to shield an employee from “their own misconduct which results in an otherwise valid dismissal,” attorneys for the Manchester School District are asking a judge to dismiss a wrongful termination lawsuit filed by a form…
The criminal case against a Massachusetts man allegedly involved in a massive interstate drug trafficking operation has faltered in recent months, after evidence arose that investigators may have lied in order to justify his arrest.
CONCORD — The New Hampshire Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the Senate chamber on Tuesday as part of the State House bicentennial celebration. The case was not of historic proportion, but there was a sense of history in the air.
A Chinese restaurant in Stratham was slapped with a $100,000 fine Friday after recently being convicted of serving alcohol to a minor who later died in a car crash in Kensington that also killed two of his childhood friends.
CONCORD — Lawyers asked a judge Thursday to block state corrections officials from exercising a rarely used “pay to stay” law, which allows the prison system to charge an inmate for the costs of his incarceration.
CHESTERFIELD — The Zoning Board of Adjustment overstepped its jurisdiction and violated the law when it denied a gas company permission to use property on Mill Road, according to a ruling issued by Cheshire County Superior Court Judge David Ruoff.
NORTH HAVERHILL — Saying evidence was improperly obtained, the Grafton County Attorney’s office has dropped its prosecution of a Bristol woman who had been accused of hiding the remains of her newborn baby in a box at a Plymouth storage facility.
BOSTON — The former chief executive of Insys Therapeutics Inc. has agreed to plead guilty to participating in a scheme to bribe doctors to prescribe a powerful opioid medication sold by the company, U.S. prosecutors said on Wednesday.
Hampstead school officials have taken legal action against the Timberlane Regional School Board, claiming members have refused to help prepare a new budget for the school administration and are holding the entire budgeting process “hostage.”
The current chief of safety at KSC will make sure that St. Paul’s School follows the agreement it made to address problems of sexual assault and misbehavior at the campus, Attorney General Gordon MacDonald said.
City school officials said Monday they have no “ill will” toward a principal fired earlier this year, after learning the former administrator filed a wrongful termination and whistleblower lawsuit against the school district last Friday.
Authorities have no idea how many deer the Berry family and their associates illegally killed in the fields and forests of southern Missouri over the last decade, but the details of their poaching operation would make any animal lover’s stomach turn.