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Maps: How much snow is forecast for New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont
Northern New England is in for another snowstorm, which will arrive late Wednesday evening and taper out by Thursday afternoon. It’s welcome news for skiers hoping to hit the slopes in the coming days.
Kamala Harris confronts the 'elephant in the room' on the campaign trail
PORTSMOUTH, NH — Kicking off her first New Hampshire town hall, Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., asked the audience to let her address "the elephant in the room" before she went any further.
Police solve 1966 New Hampshire cold case murder
CONCORD, N.H. (WCAX) Authorities in New Hampshire have solved a 50-year-old cold case murder thanks to fingerprint evidence from the crime scene. In 1966, Everett Delano, 49, was shot and killed during a robbery at Sanborn's Garage in Andover, New Hampshire. Police had no leads at the time.
ICE detainee caught with handcuff key may get years in NH prison for it
DOVER – A detainee is facing seven years in prison for allegedly being in possession of a handcuff key while in custody. Rigoberto Villalona Contreras, 36, is charged with delivery of prohibited articles when officials discovered the handcuff key on him during a routine booking search Nov. 30 at the
Hingham: New Hampshire Man Facing Exposure Charges
A New Hampshire man turned himself into Hingham police after he allegedly exposed himself inside a restaurant. Police say the incident took place on October 23, 2018 inside the Panera Bread restaurant on Derby St. when a woman reported that a man sitting at a table facing her exposed himself to her
Boys' basketball: Birds open road swing with big win at Nashua North
The Keene High boys’ basketball team began a stretch of four straight road games with a big win Monday, a 56-48 decision at Nashua North in a makeup contest. The Birds rebounded nicely from a Friday loss to No. 1 Exeter, making 18 of 22 free throws to hold off the hosts and improve to 9-6. North dro
Big changes coming to Medicaid in New Hampshire
CONCORD — The Executive Council has tabled a nearly $1 billion contract for Medicaid services to hold public hearings and share more information about the three companies who will manage health care for one out of seven New Hampshire residents over the next five years.
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Roundup
Fulcrum wins two awards, NH agencies awarded HUD grants … and more. The Associated Builders and Contractors New Hampshire and Vermont’s Young Professionals Group recently added three new members to its steering committee. They are, from left: Rick Baron, project manager at Al Terry Plumbing and Heat
Family of teen killed on Route 125 sues driver
DOVER — The family of a teen hit and killed while walking on Route 125 in Gonic in 2017 is suing the driver. Family members of the late Noah M. Ratliff, 18, of Farmington, are seeking various damages as a result of the fatal crash, which happened near Tri-City Carwash around 11:50 p.m. on Feb. 1, 20
Educational Program Picking up ‘STEAM’
EXETER —Linking science, technology, engineering, art and math, STEAM is an integrated educational model in today’s secondary schools that leaves out history, which presents an opportunity for cultural institutions like the American Independence Museum.
New military recruiting center to open in New Hampshire
LITTLETON, N.H. (AP) — A new military recruiting center will be opening in northern New Hampshire. The Caledonian Record reports the New Hampshire Company of the U.S. Army New England Recruiting Battalion will host a ribbon cutting and grand opening of a recruiting station in Littleton on Feb. 26.
'My wife needs a liver': Haverhill husband in search of donor for sick wife
HAVERHILL, Mass. - A Haverhill husband has come up with a creative way of asking strangers to help save his sick wife, who’s in the hospital fighting for her life. You can't miss Brett Penney driving around in his wife's red Jeep.
Newmarket man accused of spitting on officer, EMT during assault
BRENTWOOD — A Newmarket man has been indicted on multiple charges for an alleged assault on a woman, two Newmarket police officers and an EMT that included spitting in one officer’s mouth.
Opening Old Safe Draws HAZMAT Response In Amesbury
AMESBURY, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — Barbara Lorenc bought an old mill building on Chestnut Street in Amesbury, which came complete with a 5'-by-4' safe. "We couldn't figure out how to get rid of it," Lorenc said. "We were trying to open it to see if there might have been buried treasure in there, some
6-Year-Old New Hampshire Girl Seriously Injured In Sledding Accident
MARLBORO, N.H. (CBS) – A 6-year-old New Hampshire girl is in critical condition following a weekend sledding accident. The girl’s family said she suffered multiple skull fractures and other significant injuries.
New Hampshire Woman Cited In St. J For DLS
A New Hampshire resident was cited for allegedly driving on a criminally suspended license and providing false information to a law enforcement officer on Route 5 in St. Johnsbury. According to a report, Melinda McClintock, 24, of Nashua, was stopped and subsequently cited when police said they lear
Amesbury High School Senior Killed In Snowmobiling Crash Was ‘Very Popular Kid’
AMESBURY (CBS) — Grief counselors were available at Amesbury High School Monday afternoon after one of the school’s students tragically died over the weekend. Senior Troy Marden was killed Saturday in a snowmobile accident in Poland, Maine.
New Hampshire again considers death penalty repeal
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire lawmakers are once again considering a bill to repeal the death penalty, less than six months after failing to override Republican Gov. Chris Sununu’s veto of an identical measure.
EMT house calls to help NH drug users survive deadly opioid peril
First responders have been on the front lines of the state’s drug crisis from the beginning, responding to overdoses, saving lives with Narcan and transporting patients to emergency rooms for care.
Dunkin' Donuts employee saves man's life in New Hampshire
CANDIA, N.H. (WCAX) A New Hampshire man is alive thanks to a Dunkin' Donuts worker who knew exactly what to do when he had a heart attack. Surveillance video shows the moment 29-year old David Wood collapsed in front of his truck at a Candia rest stop after suffering a heart attack.