More people are using highways to harm themselves, including the 40-year-old man who jumped to his death off the South Willow Street bridge over Interstate 293 on Monday, according to a New Hampshire State Police official.
While some New Hampshire hospitals will share information about work requirements with patients who fall under expanded Medicaid, the state’s largest health care organization said it’s not their responsibility.
A civil liberties group has questioned how Valley Street jail officials supposedly held an inmate and released him into ICE custody on Friday after prosecutors dropped drug-dealing charges against him.
MANCHESTER — Federal rulings, legal activism and an explosion of inmates with opioid addictions are moving county jail administrators to do the previously unthinkable — providing anti-opioid medication behind the walls.
A tree-lined courtyard, separate “wet” and “dry” shelters, public bathrooms and showers, and a food market: That vision of a new campus for the homeless shelter and soup kitchen in downtown Manchester was revealed on Saturday.
Business leaders and community members are invited to give feedback this Friday on how Families in Transition can improve the services, facility and neighborhood of the New Horizons shelter at 199 Manchester St.
Kelly Ricaurte, the school’s director of strategic communications and community relations, said Treadwell’s messages to faculty and staff do not mean any reductions in the workforce are coming right away.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Some 300 people gathered on Friday evening for a candlelight vigil in the Memphis neighborhood where a young black man was shot dead by federal authorities as residents remained on edge following violent demonstrations earlier this week.