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DWI For Merrimack Woman In State Police Patrol
MANCHESTER, NH — A Merrimack woman was charged with driving while intoxicated during a New Hampshire State Police patrol in the Manchester area Friday. Amy Cammarota, 44, was one of five drivers arrested during the "DWI Saturation Patrol," which was paid for with federal money approved by the Nation
5 New Merrimack Area Properties For Sale
MERRIMACK, NH — Looking for a new house, and want the latest listings on what's available near you? Need some assistance finding the perfect place for you and your loved ones? You've come to the right place! To help simplify your search, we've got an up-to-date batch of new listings nearby.
MERRIMACK VALLEY GAS DISASTER: A SPECIAL REPORT
On Sept. 13, over-pressurized natural gas lines sparked explosions and fires across three Merrimack Valley communities. Flames leaped from rooftops, black-gray smoke smudged the late-afternoon sky in Lawrence, Andover and North Andover. Fire trucks and police vehicles pushed their way through gridlo
Second Deadline Day For Gas Restoration In Merrimack Valley Arrives
LAWRENCE (CBS) — December 16th is a day countless families in the Merrimack Valley have been waiting for. The original deadline for Columbia Gas to restore service to customers was November 19th.
Snow Advisory Issued For Southern NH
SOUTHERN NH — The Monday morning commute will be slippery across Southern New Hampshire, as 2-3 inches of snow and icing are expected. The snow will start around midnight and continue through about 10 a.m. The National Weather Service issued a snow advisory for Nashua, Merrimack, Bedford, Salem, Exe
Merrimack Valley Resident at Odds with Landlord Over Repairs
After being in temporary housing for months due to the gas disaster in Massachusetts' Merrimack Valley, some tenants are returning to find their units look a lot different than when they left them. They have heat and hot water but said they are still waiting on landlords and contractors to do other
Our view: A lesson unlearned
It’s been some decades since we’ve all gotten wise to the fact that our rivers and oceans aren’t troughs meant to collect garbage and waste. The danger to ecosystems posed by raw pollution is well established and understood, to say nothing of the threat to human health. So we tell ourselves.
Manchester woman arrested in Hooksett on drunk driving charge
HOOKSETT -- A Manchester woman is facing drunk driving charges after police say she sped through a red light in Hooksett early Sunday. According to Hooksett police, around 1:51 a.m. Sunday officers observed a vehicle speeding over the Main St. Bridge, before failing to stop at a red light as it turn
Spike of fatal overdoses concerns police in New Hampshire
HUDSON, N.H. (AP) — A spike in people dying from fatal overdoses has led police in a New Hampshire town to send out a warning. Detective Sgt. Thomas Scotti tells WMUR-TV that Hudson has seen nine overdoses over the last month, including three fatal overdoses.
Gas workers move out of homes, mice move in
Since the Sept. 13 gas explosions and fires struck the Merrimack Valley, 91 days have passed and 98 percent of gas restoration has been completed, but one big, new problem has arisen: mice.
Man falls through ice, suffers hypothermia in Hollis, NH
HOLLIS, N.H. (WHDH) - Fire crews rescued a man after he fell through the ice and into the water at a pond in Hollis, New Hampshire on Saturday. Fire officials say they received a call about 2:30 p.m. from someone on shore reporting they heard yelling.
Mass. man arrested, charged with passing forged check at Nashua bank
NASHUA — A Leominster, Mass. man faces two felony charges after Nashua police said he cashed a forged check at a Nashua bank last May. Nashua police officers arrested Alex Archambault, 34, on Thursday on one count of forgery and one on theft by deception.
Haverhill’s Santa Claus Connection
Macy’s department store began in Haverhill in 1851, eventually occupying space at 70 Merrimack St. The genesis of the famous Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade began here as a Fourth of July Parade in 1854.
New Searles Elementary School and Nashua officials celebrate reading week
NASHUA – In honor of National Young Readers Week, 10 Nashua officials visited classrooms at New Searles Elementary School to read stories to students. Readers included member of the Board of Education, Board of Alderman and central office officials.
NHTI to host annual Capital Area tourney
CONCORD — NHTI will again host the annual Capital Area Holiday Basketball Tournament beginning Thursday through Sunday, Dec. 27-30. The event will feature boys’ and girls’ varsity basketball from Concord High, Merrimack Valley High, Bishop Brady High, Pembroke Academy, Kearsarge Regional High, Bow H
Local driver, 23, dies of injuries from Hollis crash
HOLLIS -- A 23-year-old Hollis man died of injuries suffered injuries early Friday when his car went off Proctor Hill Road, down a hill and hit a tree, police said. Matthew Wing was taken to St. Joseph's Medical Center in Nashua, where he was pronounced dead following the 2:05 a.m. crash near 206 Pr
Police recruit’s hearing delayed till Monday
LACONIA — A local police recruit who has been charged with threatening to cause a mass shooting at Friday’s police academy graduation continues to be held at the Merrimack County Jail pending a court hearing on Monday.
$640K Bedford Mansion On 5 Acres Just Listed
BEDFORD, NH — One of Bedford's most expensive homes on the market is a $640,000 Barr Farm Road mansion on nearly five acres. The home, built in 2004 and listed last week, has four bedrooms, five bathrooms and a three-car garage. Learn more from realtor.com:
Popular Mexican Chain On Rt 1 in Nashua, NH Will Close This Month
According to WMUR, the Chili's on Amherst Street in Nashua is closing its doors December 19th. Though this is not my local Chili's, this news still saddens me! I love me some Chili's, especially their quesadilla explosion salad!
Hooksett caught off guard by Shipyard Brewery blitz
HOOKSETT — Town planning officials say they were caught off guard on Tuesday when Shipyard Brewing launched a social media frenzy with a trade publication piece announcing the Portland-based brewer’s proposal to build a multimillion dollar facility in Hooksett by 2020.