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Virtual reality arcade opens in Londonderry

LONDONDERRY -- Earlier this month, a company offering virtual reality entertainment quietly opened in a small retail space at 1 Action Boulevard Unit 3 in Londonderry, near Auto Auction of New England.


Nashua Heroin Dealer Arrested For Dealing Again, Police Say

NASHUA, MA — Police arrested a heroin dealer with a history of prior arrests, authorities said. Martin Sheehan was arrested Tuesday by Nashua Police's Problem Oriented Policing Unit after investigators determined he was distributing heroin and other drugs in Nashua. Sheehan was charged with selling


532 grams of fentanyl seized as authorities arrest Rosario Lara in Lawrence for trafficking, state police say

An investigation by local, state and federal authorities has led to the arrest of a 36-year-old Lawrence man and the seizure of 532 grams of fentanyl, officials said. Members of the Massachusetts State Police Gang Unit, the Lawrence Police Street Narcotics Unit and an FBI gang task force, with assis


New Hampshire Authorities Seek Inmate Who Walked Away From Center

The New Hampshire Department of Corrections are searching for an inmate who they say walked away from a minimum security center Friday afternoon in Concord. Jeffrey Groulx, 44, a resident of the New Hampshire State Prison Transitional Work Center, walked away from White Farm on Clinton Street at 3:1


Town Council candidates share visions for Derry

DERRY — It was a chance for residents to hear firsthand from their Town Council candidates about what's best for Derry and how to support the community's growth, its downtown and how to make the town stand out and shine.


NH woman banned from Newburyport after harassing doctor

NEWBURYPORT — A New Hampshire woman was ordered to stay out of the city except for court appearances as punishment for violating a harassment order requested by a local surgeon.


Southern leg of Granite State Rail Trail nearing completion

Bike riders who want to see riding trails across the state get connected can look forward to several ongoing projects. “A lot of people are concerned about distracted drivers quite a bit, so you see people looking for bike trails,” said Patrick Lessard, co-owner of The Bike Barn in Manchester. “We s


Police investigate stabbing on Manchester's Bridge Street

MANCHESTER -- A man was stabbed on Bridge Street early Friday, police said. Officers were called to 102 Bridge St. about 12:30 a.m., where they found a man suffering a wound to an extremity and a witness to the stabbing, according to a news release.


Police: Man set homeless shelter bus on fire

NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — Police have arrested a man accused of setting a homeless shelter bus on fire and assaulting another person in New Hampshire. Authorities say 27-year-old Brandon Middaugh was staying at the Southern New Hampshire Rescue Mission in Nashua when he set the fire Tuesday.


FINAL SCORE: Marra supplies magic for Astros

Trailing 1-0 heading into the third period, Gennaro Marra scored just over a minute into the frame and then just under a minute left in regulation to give Pinkerton a dramatic 2-1 win over rival Londonderry.


Caregiver rapist sentenced to 10 years in state prison

MANCHESTER — A live-in caregiver of a disabled person will spend at least 10 years in prison after he pleaded guilty Thursday to raping the young man he was hired to care for.


More claims against Assessing Department

NASHUA – Christopher Woods, owner of a home at 26 Lockness Drive, said he sides with Berkeley Street resident Laurie Ortolano in her efforts to uncover alleged problems within the Nashua Assessing Department.


Manchester firefighter injured in Concord Street building fire

MANCHESTER — A city firefighter injured a knee battling a three-story building fire Friday afternoon on Concord Street, according to fire officials. The fire at 202 Concord St. was first reported at 1:53 p.m. and all residents and pets were able to make it out safely.


Methuen Man Wins $1M on Monopoly-Themed Lottery Scratch Ticket

Three guesses what his favorite board game is! Methuen’s Satish Benjamin headed to Dorchester this week to claim his $1 million winnings from a $10 Monopoly Jackpot scratch ticket, Massachusetts State Lottery officials tell WHAV.


Girl Scout Cookie weekend in Vermont and New Hampshire

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) Vermont's Governor Phil Scott is encouraging people to eat a cookie or two this weekend. Scott has declared Friday through Sunday, Girl Scout Cookie weekend in the Green Mountain State.


Heroin suspect nabbed in Lawrence

LAWRENCE — Authorities arrested a suspected heroin dealer Thursday after executing a search warrant at his Tower Hill residence. Detectives seized about 530 grams of heroin with an estimated street value of $20,000, police said. Massachusetts State Police, who made the arrest, asked that the suspect


Lawrence man arrested in drug bust

A Lawrence man was arrested Thursday when police seized 532 grams of fentanyl as part ofan ongoing narcotics investigation, authorities said. Rosario Lara, 36, was arrested and charged with drug trafficking after officers set up surveillance video and conducted a sting, State police said.


Court ruling pending in Marden rape case

NASHUA – A prosecutor’s Supreme Court appeal in the case of Nashua resident Jonathan Marden, who was convicted of rape in 2017 but was granted his motion for a new trial, remains under review nearly a year after the high court accepted the appeal.


Robert Kraft, New England Patriots Owner, Being Charged In Jupiter, Florida Prostitution Bust

JUPITER, Florida (CBS) – Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots, will be charged in a prostitution bust in Jupiter, Florida. Kraft, who denies doing anything illegal, was allegedly caught in the act on video, according to police.


Trial date for ex-Dracut doc who allegedly prescribed opioids that resulted in patient's death

DRACUT -- The retired Dracut doctor who allegedly prescribed opioids that resulted in an at-risk patient's death will go on trial Dec. 2, a spokesman for Attorney General Maura Healey said this week.