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Newton judge charged with allegedly helping undocumented man escape ICE

NEWTON, Mass. - A local judge is being charged for her role in allegedly aiding an undocumented immigrant escape ICE agents in court. A federal indictment issued against Newton District Judge Shelley Joseph was handed down by the grand jury on Thursday morning.

BOSTON 25 NEWS

Police identify 18-year-old killed in New Hampshire crash

SEABROOK, N.H. (AP) — Police in Seabrook, New Hampshire, have identified a motorist killed in a crash on Easter morning. Police say 18-year-old Lily Dore, of Hampton, was behind the wheel of a car that crashed into a tree early on Sunday. Police said they found the car engulfed in flames and Dore de

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NH man accused of sexually assaulting 86-year-old woman at long-term care facility

CONCORD, N.H. (WHDH) - A 69-year-old New Hampshire man who worked as a janitor at a long-term care facility is facing a sexual assault charge after prosecutors say he was caught fondling an 86-year-old dementia patient earlier this year.

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10 Big-Ticket Events Coming Up Near Exeter

EXETER, NH — New and exciting events are coming to the Exeter area all the time. Whether you're looking to attend a concert or sporting event, theater performance or magic show, Patch's partnership with TicketNetwork has you covered. Here's your weekly roundup of the top big-ticket events coming up

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Teenager thrown from bed of pickup truck in wild ride

TYNGSBOROUGH, Mass. — A 17-year-old boy suffered life-threatening injuries after being thrown from the bed of a pickup in the Ayotte’s Stateline Smokin' Joe's parking lot Wednesday night.

WCVB

2 dead in single-car crash in Quincy

Two people are dead following a single-vehicle crash on Quincy’s Hancock Street ramp/Neponset River Bridge, according to state police. The crash happened around 10:40 a.m. Thursday, police said.

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Victim in fiery Seabrook car crash identified as Hampton teen

SEABROOK – Local police on Tuesday identified the victim of Sunday's fatal car crash as 18-year-old Lily Dore of Hampton, N.H. The cause of the fiery crash off Route 286 near the town's wastewater treatment plant, along with the cause of death, have not been determined, according to a statement rele

NEWBURYPORT DAILY NEWS

Amesbury man arraigned on child porn charges

NEWBURYPORT – An Amesbury man accused of having more than 100 pornographic videos and still photos of children on his phone and laptop was arraigned Wednesday, then released after his mother posted $3,000 cash bail.

NEWBURYPORT DAILY NEWS

On camera: Thieves grab thousands in navigation equipment from boat yard

VIDEO: Salisbury police said two people broke into at least seven boats at a storage yard on Elm Street at about 2 a.m. on April 18. Police said they cut the shrink wrap on the boats and removed GPS mapping screens.

WCVB

Salisbury police looking for suspects accused of stealing GPS screens from 7 boats

SALISBURY, MASS. (WHDH) - Salisbury police are searching for two suspects accused of stealing GPS mapping screens from several boats in a storage yard last week. Officers responding to a local boat storage and sales facility on Elm Street, Route 110, for a report of a burglary on April 18 found seve

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Officials Blame Sewer Odor for Evacuation of 500 Children at Haverhill Middle School

About 500 children were evacuated from Haverhill’s Dr. Paul Nettle School this morning after staff reported a strong odor that could have been natural gas. Students were sent outside about 8:15 a.m. and remained outdoors for about an hour. Principal Timothy Corkery told parents officials eventually

WHAV.NET

Exeter Arrest Log, April 7 to April 13

EXETER, NH — The following arrests have been reported in the Exeter Police Department police logs for the time period of April 7 to April 13. Arrests do not indicate guilt. The names of any minors have been omitted.

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Haverhill police investigating armed home invasion that injured woman, child

HAVERHILL — Police said they are investigating an armed home invasion Wednesday night that sent a woman and a child to the hospital. Police were called to 2 Columbia Park at 9:17 p.m., according to a statement from Capt. Robert Pistone.

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8 Patio Restaurants In New Hampshire Where You Can Dine And Watch The Sun Go Down

It took a few months, but warmer weather might just be on the horizon for Granite Staters. And, as we get a taste for spring and summer, we find ourselves wanting to spend as much time outside as we possibly can. Sure, hitting the trails is great. But when it’s time for lunch and dinner, you probabl

ONLYINYOURSTATE

Rochester woman accused of forcing child to eat vomit

ROCHESTER -- A city woman accused of tying up a 6-year-old and forcing the child to eat vomit is charged with multiple counts of assault and endangering the welfare of a child.

UNION LEADER

Former police officer sentenced in man's kidnapping, killing

DEDHAM, Mass. — A former Dedham police officer was sentenced Thursday for his part in the kidnapping and killing of an Avon man. Michael Schoener was found guilty of being an accessory before the fact in the kidnapping of James Robertson.

WCVB

Farm in Stratham Named to National Register of Historic Places

CONCORD —The New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources has announced that the Janvrin-Healey-Scamman Farm in Stratham has been honored by the United States Secretary of the Interior with placement on the National Register of Historic Places.

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After nearly 28 years, the Improper Bostonian shuts down

BOSTON - "The Improper Bostonian" is closing down after nearly 28 years in business, the magazine announced on Thursday. A Beantown staple, the company first began publishing local content in 1991.

BOSTON 25 NEWS

Ubers and Lyfts face higher fees, restrictions at Logan airport

BOSTON — Ride-hailing trips to Logan International Airport will change significantly this fall after the Massachusetts Port Authority approved a compromise plan Thursday that adds a new fee and requires drivers to use a central garage location for three-quarters of the day.

PATRIOT LEDGER

Program slated on hiking the Pacific Crest Trail

NEWBURYPORT – The Newburyport Public Library will present a talk on Tuesday, April 30, by Anne O'Regan, who backpacked the 2,650 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail. In 2010, O'Regan left her home in Boston and traveled west to hike the Pacific Crest Trail. Starting in Campo, California (on the Mexican

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