Veteran WMUR-TV reporter Audrey Cox maintains her innocence and is expected to face trial in June on charges she was intoxicated when she struck an elderly woman in Hampton last year. 0
Seth Mazzaglia, 32, serving a life sentence in the 2014 killing of a University of New Hampshire coed, was denied parole by the state Adult Parole Board on a lesser charge of witness tampering. Even... 2
The creator of Arcade City, a local ride-sharing company scheduled to launch on Valentine's Day, says he has 1,800 drivers signed up for his global operation. 0
The state is fighting Dover's lawsuit over school adequacy funding, but an attorney for the city maintains it was deprived of more than $14 million in state educational aid from 2009 to 2016. 0
Jim Carter, who plays the butler Carson on the PBS series “Downton Abbey,” will be in New England next week to host fundraising events for victims of the 2015 earthquake in Nepal. 0
Get ready to laugh. Mike McDonald's 15th annual Comedy Xxtravaganza will be headlined this year by Nick Di Paolo, a 54-year-old native of Danvers, Mass., who is known for his honest, acerbic style of... 0
Prescott Park Arts Festival is going with an aquatic folk tale for its summer production, festival officials have announced. 0
An exhibit opening Friday at the Portsmouth Athenaeum is a love letter to a neighborhood. 0
The World of Lewis Carroll comes to life at the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire’s annual Wonderland Tea Party. 0
World-famous jazz trumpeter Chris Botti hasn’t forgotten his roots. 0
Enjoy a straight-up, rocking set when No BS! Brass Band hits 3S Artspace for an 8 p.m. show Saturday. 0
Boston-area bluegrass band Barnstar has a flair for performance, right down to how it describes itself on its info page on Facebook. 0
It was another normal presidential primary in the Granite State, except for one thing — campaigns skimped on the Election Day mainstay of holding political signs outside polling sites. 3
A $5,000 reward is being offered to find the thief who allegedly smashed the window of a Lee business and stole a safe containing cash and a loaded gun. 0
The Parent Advisory Committee in Portsmouth was briefed on Tuesday after a bomb threat that turned out to be a hoax caused an 80-minute lockdown at the high school last month. 0
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