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June 27. 2013 12:41PM

Tech Valley passes on NH pitch, unveils new digs in Albany, NY

When New Hampshire Gov. John Lynch reached O'Connor on his cell phone, O'Connor listened. He says he was tempted to move. 'You know what Cuomo just proposed for SUNY campuses? That is all of New Hampshire,' O'Connor said.

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Dracut High drama involving fired teacher from NH: 'I'm not leaving until I'm arrested'

DRACUT -- Just after 11 a.m. Thursday, police say former 17-year Dracut High English teacher Robert Moulton banged on the locked doors and screamed at the bolted windows of his former workplace from which he is legally banned.

Gilford father William Baer was arrested earlier this year during a heated meeting where angry parents confronted school officials over children being assigned a book by NH author Jodi Picoult.

Judge: Gilford has no case against father angry about Picoult book school assigned

CIRCUIT COURT — Fourth Circuit Court Judge Jim Carroll has dismissed all three criminal charges against a Gilford man who was arrested during a Gilford School Board meeting in May of 2014. Carroll determined that 'there is a paucity of facts from what a reasonable trier of fact could find the defendant (William Baer) guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.'

Feds say three trees stolen from New Hampshire forest

These trees were part of the redesign to reduce soil compaction, increase user safety and enhance visitor experience.

Laconia to go slow on move to equip officers with body cameras

LACONIA — Police commissioners and command staff said yesterday that they are waiting for the the N.H. Attorney General to make a state-wide recommendation about the use of body cameras before any local-use decision is made.

Photo: Bobcat captured in Milton on camera

MILTON — Former selectman Bob Bridges has been an avid hunter for nearly 50 years. He's seen the usual fare, like deer and turkey, but he's never encountered a bobcat.

Singing flash mob at Steeplegate Mall surprises boy fighting rare disease

Last-minute visitors to see Santa at Steeplegate Mall in Concord last night were surprised with a spontaneous singing of Christmas carols by a large chorus. But these weren’t professional singers, and this wasn’t your average holiday performance.

NH man an icon in classic video games comeback

Robbie Lakeman doesn’t have millions of fans on YouTube or Twitter. He isn’t sponsored by Red Bull and he doesn’t have a lucrative contract with any professional gaming teams. What

HBO orders Sarah Silverman comedy pilot

HBO has given a pilot order to an untitled comedy toplined by Sarah Silverman.

Food-mobile, road maintenance win UNH innovation prize

The student winners are a pair from UNH who proposed a mobile grocery store to help address the issue of "food deserts." Bradley and Shannon Calabro, master's students in business and social work, respectively, received a cash prize of $5,000.

New Hampshire signs up to education reciprocity agreement

New Hampshire has become the 18th state to sign on for a program intended to make it easier for students to take online courses from schools in other states — on the heels of West Virginia, which joined in November.

Winnacunnet teen's 'Real Adventure' YouTube video goes viral

HAMPTON - Tyler Johnson finished his dinner around 5 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 6, and then uploaded a new video to his YouTube account.

Guardian of New Hampshire's presidential primary ready for another round

CONCORD, N.H. (Reuters) - As New Hampshire braces for another wave of White House hopefuls next year seeking votes in the first-in-the-nation nominating primary, much of the credit for the state's hold on that position goes to one man: Secretary of State William Gardner.

Ayotte nominates students to U.S. service academies

HAMPTON - U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) has nominated more than 35 New Hampshire students to the United States service academies including two from the Hampton area.

Was it a wolf? Unlikely, says Fish and Game, but Madison woman says keep an eye on your pets

A Fish and Game biologist says it would be extremely unusual to find a wolf in New Hampshire but coyotes can look like wolves and could pose a threat to pets.

Vintage 1932 theater curtain discovered in town hall attic

CONWAY — Selectmen's last meeting of the year ended in an unusual way early Tuesday evening, with board members following flashlight-holding town manager Earl Sires up town hall's steep stairs to the attic to view a vintage 1932, hand-painted theater curtain that a curious Sires had discovered rolled up in the attic the week before.

Dartmouth: Creation of 'Rocker' protein opens way for new smart molecules in medicine, other fields

HANOVER, N.H. - Human cells are protected by a largely impenetrable molecular membrane, but researchers have built the first artificial transporter protein that carries individual atoms across membranes, opening the possibility of engineering a new class of smart molecules with applications in fields as wide ranging as nanotechnology and medicine.

Police find 20 animals, including pig, in Derry home

Police found eight dogs, 11 cats and a pot-bellied pig living in a Derry home with two adults and three children.

Heroin overdose suspected in mall lot, says chief

NEWINGTON — Police are investigating a suspected heroin overdose in a car parked in a crowded mall parking lot on Thursday.

UNH outdoor pool size shrinks slightly again

DURHAM — The latest design for the new University of New Hampshire outdoor pool is slightly smaller than previous proposals.

Despite 40 years and an estimated $1T spent, heroin today sells for pennies on the dollar relative to what it cost in the early 1970s when the federal boondoggle began.

Cheaper-than-ever heroin means women's prison may be too small when it opens

In a November budget hearing in Concord, Commissioner of Corrections William Wrenn told lawmakers he feared the new $38 million prison they had funded ...

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