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3 armed robbers hit Jared’s jewelry store
MANCHESTER, NH — A approximately 8:21 p.m. members of the Manchester Police Department responded to Jared Jewelers, located at 1571 S. Willow St., for the report of an armed robbery.
I-93 North Closed For An Hour After Man Hits Four Cars, NH State Police Say
LONDONDERRY, N.H. (CBS) – Troopers arrested a man Saturday evening after he allegedly hit four vehicles on I-93 North, rolled his own truck and then walked down the middle of the highway, shutting down I-93 North for an hour.
Hey, Boston, did you know Manchester is a city?
Dale McGrath was more than just a little skeptical when a she got a call from a recruiter trying to sell her on a job in New Hampshire. Why on earth would she want to move there?
Manchester man faces DWI other charges after road rage incident
HOOKSETT — A 24-year-old Manchester man was charged with drunken driving and disobeying an officer after a road rage incident in Hooksett Friday afternoon according to local police.
New England Treatment Access opens Brookline pot shop Saturday
BROOKLINE, Mass. — One of the first companies to sell recreational marijuana in Massachusetts has opened another location for recreational sales, and this one is the closest yet to the city of Boston.
Manchester looks to sell water to the south
MANCHESTER -- Earlier this month, voters in Salem and Windham anted up $6.1 million between them to guarantee access to something they’ve never needed in the past — water from Manchester.
Henry ‘Hank’ Pariseau III, 78: Vietnam veteran, avid sports fan, beloved family patriarch
MANCHESTER, NH – Henry J. “Hank” Pariseau III, 78, of Manchester, died March 22, 2019 at Villa Crest Retirement Community. He was born in Manchester on March 9, 1941 to Henry and Ellen (Shea) Pariseau Jr. He was a lifelong resident of Manchester.
Robert Kraft Apologizes Weeks After Being Charged In Florida Prostitution Bust
BOSTON (CBS) — Robert Kraft has spoken out after weeks of silence following accusations that he solicited sex from prostitutes twice in a Florida spa. He said in a statement Saturday that he “remained silent” for legal purposes but is “truly sorry.”
'We Thought That Was It': New Englanders Recall Rescue From Cruise Ship
Passengers said they did not think they would make it off a disabled cruise ship that was rocked by a storm off the coast of Norway. Rescue workers evacuated 1,300 passengers and crew by helicopter from the Viking Sky, which had encountered bad weather Saturday. The ship issued a mayday call after e
Waypoint SleepOut 2019 raises over $332,000
MANCHESTER, NH – Approximately 130 people slept outside Friday night on the cold, wet ground, through whipping winds, in downtown Manchester. They were a part of Waypoint’s 5th annual SleepOut to raise funds and awareness to aid New Hampshire’s homeless youth. So far, they’ve raised more than $332,0
First Boston-area recreational marijuana shop opens for business
BROOKLINE, MASS. (WHDH) - The first Boston-area recreational marijuana shop opened its doors to the public Saturday morning. New England Treatment Access (NETA) is now selling products out of its Brookline dispensary, located at 160 Washington St.
Concord developer hits rut in highway-visible sign request
The second downtown Concord sign visible from the interstate has run into some roadblocks. Tom Balon, the landlord for the Concord Antiques Gallery, requested this week that the Planning Board reconsider its denial of his request to put a sign visible from Interstate 93 on 14 Dixon Ave. The antique
Wanted Cape Cod man arrested in Michigan, police say
PROVINCETOWN, Mass. — Provincetown police said a man who is wanted for assaulting a police officer has been arrested in Michigan. Darren Devine, 27, had three warrants out for his arrest on charges of assault and battery on a police officer, breaking and entering and destruction of property. He beca
Sports gambling may be coming to NH
The NCAA men's basketball is in full swing, and with it comes the innocuous, yet technically illegal, practice of filling out brackets. If a majority of legislators in the New Hampshire House have their way, however, the activity could soon be legal if done through the state lottery system. A bill l
Lethal liftoff: How fentanyl entered NH's heroin crisis — and eclipsed it
Alex Casale remembers the time before fentanyl ruled the streets. Casale, who heads New Hampshire’s drug court program, had been working in the state’s first drug court in Strafford County in some capacity since 2005.
11-year-old murderer first NH one in decades, if ever
CONCORD — The juvenile court proceedings likely to await the 11-year-old boy accused of murdering an Alton couple spring from a 1988 law and will be tested in unprecedented ways, according to New Hampshire legal experts.
Mass. Democrats pushing on Mueller report
As the nation’s attorney general reviewed a long-awaited report on the Trump-Russia investigation Saturday, top Massachusetts Democratic lawmakers renewed calls for that report to be made public.
Oracle cuts include Manchester staff
Oracle laid off an unspecified number of workers this week, the computer technology giant confirmed Friday. According to sources with knowledge of the layoff, it affects approximately 30 people in Manchester. The majority of those are based in Manchester though others are remote workers who are just
Mueller report stays under wraps, minds of NH voters elswhere
Attorney General William Barr spent Saturday reviewing special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on his investigation into President Donald Trump and Russian election interference, but had not released any new information to the public by the evening.
Sexual harassment suit vs. St. Paul’s dismissed
CONCORD — A former St. Paul’s School student who claimed she was repeatedly raped and sexually harassed dismissed her federal lawsuit against the school, according to court documents.