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Welcome to December, New Hampshire book lovers! Check out the events happening around the Granite State this week, December 5-12, 2013, and pick up a little something for everyone on your holiday list while you are there.
A New York man was charged Tuesday with reckless conduct as a result of a shooting Nov. 23 involving a handgun police say he accidentally fired into his hand, with the same bullet injuring an adult female.
The story shares Wiesenthal's experiences while imprisoned in a Nazi concentration camp, where he was called to the bedside of a dying SS officer who wished to confess his crimes to a member of the faith he'd once persecuted.
Craig Driggers had his daughter, Sydney, in the cart when he said he was threatened over a parking dispute.
Former state Rep. Pete Silva backed former state Sen. Gary Lambert, a fellow Nashuan, for the 2nd District U.S. House seat Tuesday, calling him "the conservative change we need in Washington."
Storage administrators and industry analysts well know that data stored outside a database accounts for the lion's share of all enterprise data.
U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., held a roundtable discussion with several Seacoast business leaders Monday at One New Hampshire Avenue about the effect the Affordable Care Act will have on their companies and employees.
In late October, Amazon announced a new charitable giving initiative called Amazon Smile .
Make a donation before 2pm on December 19th and you will automatically be entered into a drawing for a $600 gift certificate to Burque Jewelers , West Pearl Street in Nashua, NH.
A city man is under arrest, accused of threatening a man with a knife on Saturday in the area of Main and Canal streets.
A man armed with a knife held up the AP Market on Lock Street Sunday night. Police said a lone white man, with something covering his face, entered the 52 Lock St. market just after 10:30 p.m., waved a knife around and demanded cash.
Concerned about an increasing number of street beggars soliciting motorists along the Town Common on Ferry Street approaching the Hudson Bridge, selectmen are considering imposing a ban on panhandling that may be modeled after Lowell's recently passed ordinance, Selectman Roger Coutu said.
"We have an enormous opportunity to transform our own campus. The university has one time to make a first impression, so that is the motivation behind this initiative," said Sister Paula Marie Buley, president of Rivier.
He was born Oct. 26, 1920, in New London, N.H., the son of Dura Prescott and Dorothy Crockett.