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New Concord Grocery Store Opens This Week: Top News
CONCORD, NH -- A Hooksett man faces a host of charges after police said he drove intoxicated with multiple weapons, attempted to flee an officer and crashed into another driver Monday morning. Tyrone...Read more
Winter ticks killing large numbers of moose calves in New England
CONCORD, N.H. - Moose calves are dying at unprecedented levels in New England, mostly because of the hordes of winter ticks - as many as 90,000 on one animal - that latch onto their bodies and drain their blood. Those are the findings from a new study in the Canadian Journal of Zoology that looked a
$370K Concord Residence: Cottage, Warehouse
CONCORD, NH -- One of Concord's newest properties on the market is a $369,900 property with a main home, cottage and storage building. The residence, listed Saturday, has two bedrooms and three bathrooms. The property is also zoned for office and warehouse space. Learn more from realtor.com:
Concord police investigate stabbing at South Main Street bar
Police in Concord are investigating a stabbing at the Draft Sports Bar & Grill that sent one victim to the hospital with serious injuries early Saturday morning.No arrests have been made, but police say there is no threat to the public. Police were called to the South Main Street bar about 1 a.m.Pol
DWI, Drug Charges For Merrimack Man
MERRIMACK, NH -- A Merrimack man was arrested this week on DWI and drug charges after a citizen tip, according to police. Jared Bisset (pictured), 29, was arrested Monday night, according to Merrimack Police Lieutenant Eric Marquis.An officer encountered Bisset at a gas station by the Everett Turnpi
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Letter: Smith will provide help, support for Concord schools
The status quo has changed. Gone are the days when all children sit obediently and attentive in school without issue or question. Whether it’s due to a lifetime of trauma, being born with addiction, a lack of family structure and support, or genetic disorders, more children are in the classroom with
One hurt in Concord sports bar stabbing | New Hampshire
October 20. 2018 11:02AMCONCORD - A stabbing victim suffered serious injuries following an incident at The Draft Sports Bar in downtown Concord early Saturday morning according to police officials.Concord police are asking for the public's help from anyone who may have witnessed this incident some t
Arrest In Concord Cold Case Murder
CONCORD, NH -- An arrest has been made in connection with a 2005 Concord cold case murder. Richard Ellison, 45, was charged last week with killing an 84-year-old man on December 9, 2005. Ellison was accused of started a fire that ended up killing Robert McMillan, according to New Hampshire Attorney
Man accused of stealing a car in Walpole, stabbing a state trooper faces charges in Massachusetts
A Manchester man accused of stealing a car in Walpole on Friday, leading police on a chase into Massachusetts, and then stabbing a state trooper has been charged with armed assault with intent to murder and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, according to authorities.The Northwestern Distri
NH man caught after high speed chase in stolen truck
Joshua Warren, 30, of Groveton, NH was arrested Saturday night trying to avoid police on foot after ditching his truck at the Rochester Ice Arena.
Concord man plays role in release of pastor Andrew Brunson | New Hampshire
Peter Mehegan of Concord said his activism on behalf of Brunson and his wife, Norine, has been a life-affirming experience.
5 things to do this weekend
The 36th annual Essex ClamFest takes placeSaturday, Oct. 20, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with chowder tasting from noon to 2 p.m. at Shepard Memorial Park, 24 Martin St. in Essex. (Rain date: Oct. 21). The free festival features entertainment, an arts and crafts area, vendors, a Lions Club food pavilion.
$1 million ticket sold in Nashua; Mega Millions pot grows | New Hampshire
A sign displays the jackpot for Mega Millions as customers buy lottery tickets in midtown Manhattan in New York, Oct. 19, 2018.(REUTERS/Mike Sugar)
Woman convicted in fatal Allenstown crash violates probation, again
Nearly two years ago, Jordan Heath, 27, of Pembroke pleaded guilty to vehicular assault in Merrimack County Superior Court for texting at the time of the crash in Allenstown that killed Michael Phelps, who previously taught at Rundlett Middle School and Concord High. Since then, she has tested posit
Concord Aldi Grocery Store Opens Next Week
CONCORD, NH -- The discount grocery store Aldi is opening its newest location in Concord next week. The Concord store is located at the new shopping plaza at 289 Loudon Road. A grand opening is set for Thursday, October 25.
Body of missing diver recovered off Nahant
The Coast Guard tells Boston 25 News that a call came in around 10 a.m. Saturday for an "overdue diver" roughly one mile south of Nahant. The captain of charter boat Keepah said the 37-year-old diver did not surface when expected. Search boats were launched, as well as air crews and the State Police
Twice-yearly government surplus auction returns to Concord
The sales, which take place twice a year, draw many hundreds of people who bid on everything from file cabinets to medical equipment to huge road-construction equipment. The surplus items from state and municipal governments have in recent years brought in between $106,000 and $228,000 for municipal
K-9 finds Belmont man missing for months hidden in wall under stairs | New Hampshire
Stephen Anderson, 25, was arrested on order of New Hampshire Probation and Parole as well as for bench warrants issued in Merrimack County and by local police, said Belmont Police Captain Richard Mann.
Rundlett Faculty, Concord Physical Therapist Honored At Event
CONCORD, NH – Three members of the Concord community were awarded this week for their work promoting a strong collaboration between parents, schools, healthcare, and communities. At the Oct. 18, 2018, event, held at the New Hampshire Audubon McLane Center, Jessica Boezeman and Adrienne Shoemaker, bo