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Newfields woman who sold deadly drug: 'I'm sorry I ever started using heroin'

BRENTWOOD - A Newfields drug addict who will spend at least three years in prison and perform 1,000 hours of community service for selling the fentanyl that killed a Newmarket father last year apologized for the pain she caused his family. "I am sorry for the parents that had to bury their child an

UNION LEADER - 2018-01-21 00:11:00

Lee police arrest man in reported shooting

LEE Police arrested a suspect involved in an alleged shooting connected to a reported domestic altercation early Saturday morning. Police said they were dispatched to the front of the towns public safety complex at 1:41 a.m. for a reported a 21-year-old male with a gunshot wound. The responding offi

SEACOAST ONLINE - 2018-01-20 17:18:24

Lee father accused of shooting son in neck

Police said a father in Lee is facing assault and reckless conduct charges after an argument led to him shooting his son. The suspect and victim's identity have not been released. Police said the man's 21-year-old son showed up at the police department overnight with a gunshot wound to his neck. The

WMUR.COM - 2018-01-21 00:01:00

Water main break closes street in Ogunquit

A water main break in Ogunquit brought traffic on Route 1 down to one lane and closed Kings Lane, police said. (Ogunquit Police) OGUNQUIT (WGME) -- A major water main break in Ogunquit caused traffic troubles Saturday afternoon. According to police, the water main break on Route 1 near Kings Lane. T

WGME - 2018-01-20 15:40:58

Newmarket Man's Fentanyl Overdose Death Lands Woman in Prison

BRENTWOOD - A woman who sold drugs to a man who later died has been sentenced. Jennifer Bonner, 38, of Newmarket pleaded guilty in Rockingham County Superior Court to selling fentanyl to Christopher Marmat, 39, of Newmarket. In January 2017, Marmat asked Bonner to purchase him heroin. The two met in

NH1.COM - 2018-01-20 01:40:00

Crash victim awarded $9M in lawsuit against driver, construction company, NH

Jury finds three parties liable for injuries to woman Updated: 6:22 PM EST Jan 19, 2018 Jury finds three parties liable for injuries to woman A jury awarded $9 million Friday to a Hampton couple who sued after the wife was hit by a car while walking along Ocean Boulevard, and the state of New Hamp

WMUR.COM - 2018-01-19 23:22:00

Police investigating bank robbery in Exeter

A $1000 reward was offered after a bank in Exeter was robbed on Friday. The Exeter Police Department said a man walked into the People's United Bank at 1 Center Street around 1:05 p.m. He approached a teller and handed over a note saying he had a weapon. No weapon was ever shown. Police said the m

WMUR.COM - 2018-01-20 02:29:00

Dover man charged with Jitto's burglary in Portsmouth

PORTSMOUTH - A Dover man turned himself in to police Friday on a charge of burglary at Jitto's Super Steak sub shop last fall. Robert C. Arnold IV, 32, of 111 Henry Law Ave., entered the 3131 Lafayette Road business at night on Nov. 24 and stole an undisclosed amount of money, Portsmouth police alle

FOSTERS DAILY DEMOCRAT - 2018-01-19 21:10:44

Photos: Winterfest at Buffalo Bill Center of the West

REBECCA NOBLE Sapphire Esmay, 8, holds a sphere up to a light to see the difference in shadows between each phase of the moon while Eowyn Esmay, 3, left, outreach educator George Miller, center right, Elizabeth Esmay, 8, center right, and Lauren Esmay, 6, far right, look on during Winterfest at the

CODY ENTERPRISE - 2018-01-20 18:19:00

Time to row together - Buffalo Bulletin: Columns

Monday night's Johnson County School District No. 1 Board of Trustee meeting was demonstrative of how dysfunctional this board has become. And this is bad news for the district, bad news for the schools and teachers, and terrible news for our kids. The level of board dysfunction has risen to a level


TBHS speech and debate places 2nd in Buffalo

Thunder Basin High School's speech and debate team finished second last week at the Buffalo Masters' Tournament. The squad won the Class 4A second-place trophy for sweepstakes in Buffalo on Friday and Saturday. Eight of the Bolts earned top six places in the finals, while four broke into the Super C


Giving the gift of love - Buffalo Bulletin: Home

"Haiti is my everything," Kelly said. Along with her mother, Heather Largent, cousin Tinley Pierson, good friend Anita Bartlett and 18 other volunteers from across Wyoming, Kelly spent 11 days in Haiti in late December and early January. Those on the mission trip, sponsored by Casper's Boyd Avenue B


Public Notice - Buffalo Bulletin: Public Notices

WY Notice is hereby given that the Bank of Buffalo, Buffalo, WY has accepted the work as complete, according to the plans and specifications and rules set forth in the contract between the Bank of Buffalo and O'Dell Construction, Inc., Sheridan, WY for the Bank of Buffalo Interior Remodel Project. T


Lion has new home in Big Horns

The mountain lion captured Monday morning in Gillette will be taken to the Big Horn Mountains on Tuesday, said Dustin Kirsch, South Gillette game warden for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. Game and Fish will transport the animal in a trailer donated and built by the Wyoming Sportsman's Group.


Endow wasting funds - Buffalo Bulletin: Letters To Editor

Dear Editor, ENDOW is a great example of an institutionalized "money pit." ENDOW wants the taxpayers to cough up $56 million. This money would contract an airline to fly out of Wyoming, would make $10 million available to broadband companies and $5 million every other year for startup "to help build


Wood earns national honor: Livingston principal surprised with award

Mike Wood is well known around the state. The principal of Livingston and Valley schools said he doesn't hesitate to call one of his peers for recommendations or advise. Clearly, those principals get a lot from him as well. Wood was recognized as Wyoming's 2018 National Distinguished Principal by th


DA says suspect in Antioch crash that killed 4-year-old possessed meth and heroin

The Contra Costa County DAs office has announced they have filed formal charges against the suspect they say is responsible for a horrific crash in Antioch that killed a 4-year-old and has her 2-year-old sister on life support. The family is at her bedside now at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oak

ABC7 SAN FRANCISCO - 2018-01-20 00:53:19

Prostitution sting on Holt Ave leads to 8 arrests in Pomona

POMONA >> Eight people were arrested Friday night during an undercover operation targeting prostitution-related crimes on Holt Avenue The operation, using plainclothes officers, resulted in two arrested on suspicion of prostitution and six others on suspicion of intent to commit prostitution, accord

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY TRIBUNE - 2018-01-21 00:21:59

San Jose Police Identify Men Suspected of More than 30 Burglaries, Including in Contra Costa

Photo by San Jose Police Concluding a multi-month, multi-agency investigation, members of a burglary crew responsible for lottery ticket heists throughout Northern California have been arrested and charged. About 20 of the burglaries happened within San Jose Police Department's jurisdiction in recen

EASTCOUNTYTODAY.NET - 2018-01-20 15:38:09

Murder Charges Filed Against Driver In Collision That Killed 4-Year-Old Girl

Bay City News Service Published 5:16 pm, Friday, January 19, 2018 ANTIOCH (BCN) Murder charges were filed today in Contra Costa County Superior Court against a Pittsburg man who allegedly stole a truck that was involved in a collision that killed a 4-year-old girl, according to sheriff's officials.

SFGATE - 2018-01-20 01:16:00