Monday Dec 2
Bennington: Jewelry found, but no arrest
During a trip to Manchester on Nov. 26 , Police Chief Steve Campbell recovered some stolen jewelry that was recently sold to a pawn shop there, and was identified to have come from one of the recent home burglaries in Bennington.
Francestown eyes work with regional planning commission
The town plans a public forum at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 10 at town hall to hear presentations from two potential planning partners.
Faster than a speeding baseball
Two Weare Middle School students in Derek Davis's eight grade science class, Tyler Restuccia and Kyle Hagman, came up with a science fair project that looks at the biomechanics of pitching.
Authorities say Weare man tried to burn down ex-wifea s home
A local man has been released on $50,000 cash bail after allegedly trying to burn down his ex-wife's home while watching the couple's three children.
Police say SUV was overloaded with roofing shingles in fatal I-93 accident
A 54-year-old Weare man died after losing control of his Jeep Liberty -- which police said was overloaded with roofing shingles -- on Interstate 93 north near Exit 3 Wednesday night.
Temple: The battle for care
Toni Ftergiotis of Temple carefully takes the cookies and crackers off the shelf at the Temple Store.
Veterans Day events held Monday in Seacoast towns
Veterans Day ceremonies on Monday commence with a parade from the Veterans of Foreign Wars post on Deer Street to Goodwin Park on Islington Street.
NH House Republican Leaders Comment on House Bill on Medicaid Expansion
House Republican Leader Gene Chandler and Medicaid Expansion Commission member Rep. Neal Kurk offered the following statements relative to the unveiling of a House bill dealing with Medicaid Expansion that will be debated during the Special Session.
Hampton area salutes veterans with ceremonies
The first observance is at 8 a.m. at the Marine Memorial at Hampton Beach, followed by a 9 a.m. ceremony at Weare Park on Exeter Road in Hampton Falls, the 10 a.m. event at the North Hampton Public Library, 237 Atlantic Ave., and culminating with the 11 a.m. ceremony at the Post 35 Hall at 69 High St. in Hampton.