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Smart, whose 1991 murder trial may be better remembered for its headline-grabbing details of sex, violence and power, was actually the defendant in the country's first-ever fully televised trial.
A woman who was sentenced to death in her native Sudan has now returned to Manchester.
Joseph Cespedes was a Manchester police officer for nearly six years, and before that he was a member of the NYPD.
Four organizations in New Hampshire are getting a total of over $921,000 in Affordable Care Act funding to establish or expand behavioral health services.
A 1993 Buick sedan ended up partially submerged in a Candia pond after the driver reportedly forgot to put the car in park.
Pope Francis, second from left, talks with Meriam Ibrahim of Sudan, while her husband and two children sit beside her, during a private meeting at the Vatican July 24. - Meriam Ibrahim, the Sudanese woman sentenced to death for refusing to renounce her Christian faith, is scheduled to land in Manchester with her family on Thursday night.
A Sudanese woman who refused to recant her Christian faith in the face of a death sentence is heading to the United States.
Maria Deltrecco, right, and fellow Market Basket workers hold signs and wave to supportive motorists on Tuesday on Elm Street outside the Manchester Market Basket.
The 7-year-old police dog partner of a Manchester, New Hampshire, police officer is retiring after a successful career.
A former teacher at Jewett Street School was sent to jail for seven days this week, after pleading guilty to three assault charges against a 6-year-old student.
Stephen Reardon Wednesday sought $25,000 cash-only bail for a man being arraigned in Circuit Court-District Division-Manchester on a felony criminal threatening charge and two misdemeanor charges of simple assault.
The New Hampshire Joint Fugitive Task Force has been assigned to locate and arrest fugitive Dennis Cookish.
On Monday night, Guilford officials hired an engineer, appointed an advisory committee, resolved to send a letter and issued an apology.
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A Chinese citizen is accused of lying about living in the city to obtain titles and registration documents for his personal cars and avoid Massachusetts' sales tax.
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