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April 09. 2013 1:06PM

A century of skiing on Mount Washington

Skiing Tuck's is an annual rite of spring, and with the season now upon us, some local ski enthusiasts may be curious to ponder: Just who was the first to ski Mount Washington?



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Plaistow town planner arrested

Komornick is being charged with misdemeanor trespassing in one case. In a second case, she is being charged with misdemeanor forgery, computer related fraud, and identity fraud, according to the arrest reports.

Seabrook brothers hunting in South Hampton arrested after fleeing from state official

SOUTH HAMPTON — Two brothers from Seabrook were arrested on Wednesday after allegedly fleeing from a conservation officer who found them hunting on posted land in South Hampton.

Student athlete from NH stuck on bus in NY storm

MANCHESTER, N.H. — A New Hampshire native found herself stuck on a bus with her Niagara University basketball teammates in the middle of a massive snowstorm this week.

Groundhog attack causes scare in Hampton

HAMPTON — The McGraths are used to friendly critters stopping by their Little River Road backyard, but a frenetic visit Tuesday morning from their resident groundhog was anything but a welcomed encounter.

Line handlers stand at the ready to moor the Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Miami (SSN 755) as the boat arrives at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.

Ex-fire chief critical of Navy report blaming destruction of $900M submarine on lax practices at shipyard

KITTERY, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- The former chief of the fire department at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard said the department is getting unfair criticism from the U.S. Navy. The Navy released its long awaited report on the disastrous fire on the submarine USS Miami.


Star goaltender DeSmith no longer on NH roster after assault charge

DeSmith, who was a senior, was arrested and subsequently suspended in September after domestic assault charges were filed.


Man who kicked roommate to death arrested day after release from pirson

LACONIA – Within one day of his release from N.H. State Prison, a former local man who kicked his roommate to death in 2011 was detained by city police for drunkenness.

Apple sticking by Arizona plant after deal destroys NH sapphire supplier

'They’ve indicated their commitment to us: They want to repurpose that building and use it again,' Mesa City Manager Christopher Brady said in a recent interview.

Laconia school's plan to give drama space to jocks put on hold

LACONIA — Any plans the school district had to renovate the storage and classroom spaces around the high school auditorium and re-purpose a portion of them for a weight room have been put on hold until the district can complete a space-needs assessment of the…

Hampton school official Vic Sokul charged with assault

Sokul, who oversees student discipline in his role at Hampton’s middle school and also helped lead the independent search committee tasked with finding a new Fremont police chief in 2013, was at work Tuesday.

N.H. home sales, median price rise in October

Single-family home sales in New Hampshire rose by 10.9 percent in October, with the median price rising by 4.3 percent, according to RE/MAX of New England’s Monthly Housing Report.

MUFON closes case on UFOs spotted in Pittsfield last May

A New Hampshire witness at Pittsfield reported watching an eastbound, sphere-shaped UFO move inside a hovering UFO about 9:15 p.m. on May 29, 2014, according to testimony in Case 56703.

Dartmouth Student Assembly sanctioned for spending student activity fees on themselves

The expenditures examined by the UFC include a $966.28 invite-only lunch to discuss sexual assault prevention and $1,876 for customized Patagonia jackets for 23 Assembly executives.

Naked Keene man runs wild on drugs

A 29-year-old man was impaired when police took him to the emergency room of Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene following the incident, Keene police Lt. Steven M. Stewart said today.

Man pleads to carjacking elderly NH woman in NY

According to court records, Pauline Yeager, 71, of Glen, NH, was in New Jersey for the holidays and somehow got lost in Parsippany on Dec. 29, 2012, after leaving the home she had visited in Mount Laurel.

$1T into war on drugs boondoggle, new FBI director finds smack cheaper, more potent and readily available than ever

BOSTON, Mass. – The deadly heroin and opiate epidemic locally is not lost on the national director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, who Tuesday said he was briefed on overdose deaths during his visit to the Boston FBI headquarters.

Brattleboro man gets suspended jail sentence for upskirting

Robert R. Smith, 45, of Whitingham, Vt., pleaded guilty to one count of attempted voyeurism Nov. 14 in the Windham Criminal Division of Vermont Superior Court.

Pact that cost New Hampshire half its territory heads to auction

MONTPELIER — An act of Congress signed by Thomas Jefferson in 1791 declaring Vermont as the 14th state is heading to the auction block.

N.H. Fish and Game puzzled by coyote attack in Greenland

DURHAM — Officials from New Hampshire Fish and Game are calling the coyote attack that occurred in Greenland Monday an 'uncommon occurrence,' but warned residents to remain vigilant.

Shaheen, fellow Democrats repay billionaire backer with vote against Keystone oil pipeline

Six Democratic Senators attended a Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee fundraiser at Steyer’s home in February.


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