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Firefighters quickly extinguished the blaze in the building last Thursday at 126-128 Kelley St. The building is owned by Richard Gobis of 66 Nashua St., according to Housing Code Enforcement Supervisor David Albin.
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Robert Johansen, 30, Manchester, N.H.; illegal possession of a Class B substance, disorderly person, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault with a dangerous weapon, two counts of malicious destruction of property over $250.
When the state tries to fix a problem the easy way - by imposing a mandate that forces people to apply a specific remedy - bad things often happen.
A vehicle is loaded onto a tow truck as police personnel watch after a crash at the toll plaza in Bedford Sunday evening.
Kyle Mehlhorn, 20, of 136 Page Road, is accused of pushing Jeffrey Caron, 37, so hard that Caron's feet left the ground and he fell backwards, his head slamming onto pavement.
Roger Bernier, 48, will spend two to 12 years in state prison for a felony theft charge filed against him for allegedly taking deposits from customers and never fully completing the jobs he was hired for, according to court records.
At a special board meeting at the chamber's 54 Hanover St. headquarters, the measure passed with a two-thirds majority vote, the requirement for the organization's policy positions.
A man who was twirling a burning baton as friends watched in a parking lot attracted an unexpected audience Monday night.
Two brothers suspected along with their cousin of abducting and killing a 78-year-old woman in a botched robbery at her home and then dumping her body in a ravine in 2010 pleaded not guilty on Monday to murder and other charges.
A car passes as the Manchester Highway Department repairs potholes on Gold Street last Thursday in Manchester.
Police in Manchester displayed the heroin "fingers" seized when Jeffrey Hayes was arrested.
A Litchfield woman has been arrested and accused of stealing $333 in cash that a 65-year-old woman mistakenly left behind in an envelope at the courtesy counter of a local grocery store.
A city man is hospitalized with a serious head injury after he was shoved to the ground Saturday night when he tried to break up a fight on Elm Street.
An early morning blaze that started on the door frame of a Laurel Street convenience store is suspicious, according to a fire official.
I just hope no one ends up like "She was discovered in Elm back street, reclining with graceful abandon upon a soft couch of mud, with a cabbage stump tucked under her head for a pillow.
The city's traffic division was set to place one- and two-hour parking signs on Auburn Street, between Lincoln and Wilson streets, after the aldermen's Committee on Public Safety, Health and Traffic approved the posting.
A memorandum prepared by Business Manager Karen DeFrancis for the finance subcommittee of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen also projects a $100,000 surplus in funds earmarked for employee benefits.