Residents of Cornell Street in Concord, N.H., have not had their mail delivered for more than a year due to an unruly pit bull named Levi.
Newell, a blue collar worker and Army veteran, died on Aug. 26, 2013, with his companion of 42 years by his side. But even Harriet Virgin had no idea that her companion had made accommodations to donate more than $1 million to two Dover institutions he felt needed his support.
“If you keep him, we're going to management, the police, and outside the VA, because you would be putting our licenses in jeopardy,” the nurse, Ron Warnick, said amid suspicions that Kwiatkowski was tampering with medications, according to recently released court documents.
The family, formerly of Rochester, created a 30-second commercial for the contest that is now in the running to win $1 million, which they intend to donate to national and local charities.
The lawyer for a New Hampshire woman arrested by Ridgefield police for illegally carrying a pistol told a judge in Hackensack today that she was duped into agreeing to trade the weapon for “a lot of pills.”
Trees provide natural carbon storage, and cutting them down leads to a huge increase in greenhouse gas emissions. But a pair of scientists at Dartmouth College plan to present new research this week that suggests that, in some snow-covered places in the world, cutting down trees might have a net benefit for the climate because of the cooling effect the snow provides.
ROLLINSFORD — After pushing a blind woman out into the cold night air in the early hours Friday, a man was arrested for a domestic disturbance and then subsequently re-arrested after sneaking back into the home later that day to sleep.
The firefighter was in full uniform and buying food at Market Basket for a meal at the fire station on Nov. 17 when a man he thought was Campbell asked him how many people he planned to feed, what would happen if the Salem Fire Department received an emergency call while the firefighter was in the store, and if the firefighter was able to respond to that emergency while at Market Basket, according to Hickey.
In rankings released Wednesday by the Peace Corps, Vermont reclaimed the top spot in the country that last year was held by the District of Columbia with Vermont second. New Hampshire was third.
LOWELL -- Long-simmering bitterness in a nearly decade-old divorce bubbled over last month when Robert Hunter beat up his ex-wife's boyfriend. In Lowell District Court on Friday, Hunter, 51, of Windham, N.H., pleaded guilty to two counts of assault and battery.
A new study evaluating organic milk produced in the U.S. finds that organic milk has about 62 percent more omega-3s, compared to milk produced by cows on conventional dairy farms.