A onetime member of the Irish Republican Army paroled after serving time for bombing a police station in Northern Ireland decades ago has been taken into custody by Boston-based Immigration and Custom Enforcement agents.
DANVERS, Mass. — A Rollinsford, N.H., man is facing firearm charges after police say he waved a loaded handgun at another motorist during an apparent road rage incident on Interstate 95 in Massachusetts on Saturday.
GOFFSTOWN – The Town of Goffstown has announced that Police Chief Rob Browne will be stepping down from his role at the end of the calendar year to begin a job as Director of Security at Saint Anselm College.
PLAISTOW — Officials from the Plaistow Community YMCA are working with law enforcement authorities as they continue to investigate a group attack on an off-duty Manchester police officer during a robbery attempt outside the Route 125 facility Wednesday night.
KEENE — A 15-year-old Keene High student faces fines and community service for vaping while the officer shown in a video tackling him at the school was determined to have followed police department policy.
As wildfires raged in Northern California, Bay Area residents checked websites and apps last week to nervously monitor an approaching smoke plume roughly the size of Rhode Island. What some people found were multicolored maps showing contradictory information, or in some cases no information…
Volodymyr Zhukovskyy, the pickup truck driver accused of causing a June collision that killed seven motorcyclists in Randolph, N.H., and laid bare widespread failings at the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles, has waived his arraignment this week, according to court documents.
President Donald Trump on Sunday criticized California’s Democratic governor for his handling of wildfires and made a vague threat to cut aid as blazes continue to burn in the northern and southern parts of the state. The comments are the latest installment of the President’s long-standing g…
ANTRIM — A 41-year-old Antrim man found dead in his burning home early Friday died from multiple “sharp and blunt penetrating wounds” and his death has been ruled a homicide, according to the Attorney General’s office.
BRENTWOOD — A repeat drunk driver who was under the influence again when he drove the wrong way on Route 101 in Epping and killed a retired Massachusetts police sergeant and his wife was sentenced to at least 15 years in prison Friday, but the judge gave him a chance to get out earlier than …