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The New Hampshire Supreme Court on Friday became the seventh in the country to rule the U.S. Supreme Court's decision banning automatic life prison sentences for juvenile killers applies retroactively to those whose first-degree murder convictions were final.
Police here have arrested a Rochester man in connection with fabricating a story that he was kidnapped from Rochester Common and held at gunpoint earlier this month.
The New Hampshire Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force arrested a 27-year-old man on charges related to child pornography, according to North Hampton Police.
Just two months since the completion of a year-long, $2.5 million overhaul, the Blair Bridge - which crosses over the Pemigewasset River - had to be shut down Thursday afternoon when it was damaged by a tall truck that attempted to cross the single-lane span.
A 2011 photo of Journalist James Foley, of Rochester, N.H., as he poses for a photo in Boston.
After five years in business on Hanson Street in downtown Rochester, the Portable Pantry is closing its doors, and moving to Dover.
Police charged a 37-year-old Rochester woman with second-offense driving while intoxicated after her vehicle was involved in a crash on Haven Hill Road on Wednesday.
On Saturday, Oct. 11, the Monarch School of New England, the Rochester Main Street Program and the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce, will host the first charity bike ride to be held in Rochester.
The following items are based on 1,642 entries on the Rochester Police Log from Aug. 6 to 14: Wednesday, Aug. 6 1:56 a.m. - Kora Troy Desautel, 20, of 8 Woodland Green, is charged with driving after suspension.
Lilac City native David Duchesneau has spent many years in uniform - from attending Holy Rosary School and belonging to a Drum and Bugle Corps as a youngster, to joining the United States Marines Corps, and later, having a 20-year career with NH State Police.
A U.S. journalist speaking publicly for the first time since his release from a Syrian extremist group said Wednesday that he was overwhelmed to learn that so many "brave, determined and big-hearted" people were behind efforts to secure his release.
Journalist James Foley, of Rochester, N.H., responds to questions during an interview with The Associated Press, in Boston, Friday, May 27, 2011.
Peter Theo Curtis, who was released on Sunday from two years in the captivity of insurgents in Syria, talks to reporters Wednesday near his mother's home in Cambridge, Mass.
City man Jeffrey Hance is facing an attempted murder charge for allegedly trying to strangle a woman in May. Hance, 24, of 12 Academy St., Rochester, was indicted this month on felony second-degree assault and attempted murder, alleging he tried to kill the victim by choking her, and impeding her breathing on May 10, in Rochester.
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