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Driver dies in crash, car found on its roof

Police say they found the car on its roof on Route 104 on Sunday afternoon. They found 60-year-old Peter Brodeur, of Andover, New Hampshire, dead inside the vehicle. He was the only one inside.

CALEDONIAN RECORD-NEWS - 2018-05-21 15:50:00

Hooksett traffic stop leads to drug charges against Nashua man | New Hampshire

Corey Lake, 28, was arrested about 1 a.m. after a police officer pulled him over on West River Road for defective plate lights. The officer noticed a baggy containing a powder in plain view, police said in a release.

UNION LEADER - 2018-05-20 14:10:00

NH man killed in Grafton County crash

It happened around 4:30 p.m. Sunday afternoon in the town of Alexandria. Police say Peter Brodeur, 60, of Andover was driving on Route 104 when he lost control and rolled his car. He died at the scene.

WCAX - 2018-05-21 09:40:00

Tee it up on June 18 to benefit the Franklin Animal Shelter

To The Daily Sun,The Franklin Animal Shelter is holding its first annual fundraiser golf tournament on June 18 at Canterbury Woods Country Club. The event will be an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start.Entry fee is $400 per team, which includes green fees, golf carts, breakfast, lunch and prizes (what a great d

LACONIADAILYSUN.COM - 2018-05-21 15:20:00

Route 104 in Alexandria reopens following fatal crash

Peter Brodeur, 58, of Andover, was found dead at the scene. Brodeur’s Hyundai Accent crashed into a mailbox and then went into an embankment and into the tree line and rolled over, police said.

WMUR.COM - 2018-05-21 03:55:00

Homeless Man Suspected of Sharing Contaminated Needles

MANCHESTER, N.H. - A Manchester homeless man is at the center of a health scare after he allegedly shared needles with other in Hillsborough County. According toWMUR, Hillsborough County Health officials the man was recently diagnosed with HIV.

PATCH - 2018-05-20 23:03:20

AP News - Head of prep school rocked by sex abuse cases leaving early

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The head of an elite New England prep school that's been rocked by years of sexual abuse claims is stepping down a year earlier than planned.St. Paul's School Rector Michael Hirschfeld is leaving as of June 30. He originally planned to leave after the 2018-19 school year.Hirschf

TOWNHALL - 2018-05-21 10:51:00

Two arrested on drug charges as police serve weapons warrant

Keene Police arrested two people Friday while serving a warrant.Johnathan J. Smargiassi, 39, of Keene, was driving a vehicle on Marlboro Street when police stopped him at approximately 10:46 a.m. to arrest him on a charge of felon in possession of a dangerous weapon.

SENTINELSOURCE.COM - 2018-05-20 10:00:00

14 arrested in recent Granite Shield bust

Lieutenant Brian Kenney with the Narcotics Intelligence Division said,“To use this most recent operation as an example, we see a lot of opioids and sale of heroin, and when we’re out doing enforcement to wrap up dealers and opioid activities it’s unavoidable to run into collateral arrests.”“We’re se


Toxicology tests planned in Laconia man’s death

BRISTOL — The cause of death of a Laconia resident whose body was found on the side of Bristol Hill Road will have to wait several weeks for the results of toxicology tests, the state’s Medical Examiner’s office said Friday.Kim Fallon, the office’s chief forensic investigator, said such tests often


Granite Shield Drug Sting Nets 14 in New Hampshire

Michael Curran, age 29, of 461 Belmont Street, Manchester, NH, was arrested and charged with Acts Prohibited; Possession of Controlled Drug, Modafinil, Second Offense, Felony, a Hillsborough County Capais, and an Electronic Bench Warrant. Curran refused bail and is scheduled for arraignment on May 1


Some HIV cases may be linked to homeless person in Manchester, officials say

"So, about 1 in 4 new HIV infections in New Hampshire reported to us in the last year have reported injection drug use," said Beth Daly, chief of the Bureau of Infectious Disease Control. "This is an increase over the last few years."


Bristol police identify man found dead in ditch | New Hampshire

The man was identified as Robert Mittimus Polito, 50, whose last known address was in Laconia.


Concord Police Respond to Possible Suicide

CONCORD, N.H. - Police were called to investigate a suspected suicide this week at the Kennedy Building in downtown Concord. According to theUnion Leader, a person jumped from a top-floor balcony early Wednesday afternoon.


Teen drivers sharpen skills at New Hampshire Motor Speedway

The one-day course has a classroom session before hitting the test track to learn emergency braking, skid control, and how to avoid accidents all together.

WMUR.COM - 2018-05-19 21:22:00

Last Week's Rare Bird Alert | New Hampshire

To attempt to see the bird(s): Park on the east side of Federal Hill Road just south of a large red house at the Hollis town line. Walk on a signed trail (Hollis Nor’Easters) on the west side of the road for less than a mile, bypassing multiple side trails. You will walk under power lines, pass seve


Jason Griffin (5-18-18) 178 - Laconia Professional Firefighters are asking for your help

To The Daily Sun,To the taxpayers, residents, business owners, and visitors of the City of Laconia:The time is now. The fire chief will be presenting the proposed Fire Department budget to the City Council this coming Monday, May 2t. As you all have probably recently read about in several articles a


Man accused of running over wife at gas station on trial in Concord

Jason Alleyne, 29, faces charges of attempted murder, first-degree assault, second-degree assault, criminal threatening, criminal mischief and simple assault.


Body found in Little River in Haverhill; appears to be woman, identity unknown, police say

Police said that at 8:05 a.m., a passerby notified them of a body in the river below the dam where the river crosses under Winter Street, just outside of Lafayette Square.


Appeal possible over judge's ruling allowing music fest at NH Motor Speedway | New Hampshire

Arnold Alpert of Canterbury, who filed the suit against NHMS with Judith Elliot and James Snyder back in December of 2017, said he was dissatisfied with Judge Richard B. McNamara’s order.