MANCHESTER — Footage from a surveillance camera inside McGarvey’s bar does not match the bouncers’ and bar owner’s account of a New Year’s Eve confrontation with a customer, according to a police affidavit filed in the case.
A youth coalition on a mission to stop substance misuse and reduce the stigma around mental health is turning to local communities for funding after losing a federal grant that supported the organization for years.
Two Honolulu police officers were fatally shot Sunday morning near the base of a volcanic crater at a home that went up in flames with several others, leaving the suspect and two women unaccounted for, officials say.
Organizers of a Virginia gun rally urged thousands of people to attend this Monday’s event protesting Democrats’ push to stiffen the state’s gun laws after its top court upheld the governor’s emergency ban on weapons at the rally grounds.
OTTAWA — The airport and businesses remained closed in the capital of Newfoundland in Atlantic Canada on Saturday in the wake of a massive winter blizzard that buried cars in snow drifts and caused an avalanche in one neighborhood.
MELBOURNE — Parts of Australia’s east coast were hit by severe storms on Saturday, dousing some of the bushfires that have devastated the region for months but causing road closures and flash flooding.
NASHUA — A city police officer who shot a man during a lengthy standoff last September was legally justified in his use of potentially deadly force, the New Hampshire Attorney General’s office has determined.
CONCORD — A Bedford psychiatrist with a history of problems related to his practice said Thursday that a decision by the state Board of Medicine to revoke his license is unfair and he is working with his lawyer to reverse the action.
LITTLETON — The town’s fire chief is catching heat after using misidentified photos to make a case against a proposed battery energy storage system, including a stock image from Sweden and another of an Arizona wildfire.
“Utter shock” rippled across the College of the Holy Cross campus in Worcester, Mass. as students and faculty learned of the tragic Florida crash that took the life of star rower Grace Rett and injured 13 others Wednesday morning.
A College of the Holy Cross student, who was killed Wednesday morning when a van carrying her and fellow members of the Worcester, Mass., college’s rowing team crashed in Florida, turned 20 on Tuesday, police said.
Residents who spoke during a public hearing on a proposed $3.5 million bond for construction of a new police station agreed there was need for more room, but some opposed plans to build it on the site the department now occupies.