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September 27. 2013 1:27PM

Enter Sandman: The Oral History of Adam Sandler's 'They're All Gonna Laugh at You!'

Despite the overwhelming popularity, it's hard to say that Sandler's album has been influential (though surrealist pottymouths Tom Green or Tim & Eric come to mind), but 20 years on, the LP is still the clearest representation of what Adam Sandler finds funny when left to his own unhinged devices.

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Neighbors oppose plan for homeless daycare shelter in Exeter residential neighborhood

EXETER — A proposal to turn a former childcare center on Hampton Road into a place to help homeless families on the Seacoast get back on their feet is facing opposition from neighbors who insist it's a bad location, will devalue properties and will create safety concerns.

Dog owner in Aug. incident willing to help with vet bills

SOMERSWORTH — The owner of an American bulldog that wounded a 14-year-old Shih Tzu-poodle mix late last month is willing to help pay for the $2,000 in vet bills, she said Thursday.

Vermont Law School rocked by three tragedies in two months

A 35-year-old Amherst, N.H., man who had recently been a VLS student shot his mother at her home earlier this week.

Franklin man accused of stabbing 10-year-old girl's bicycle tire

A Franklin man is facing multiple charges after a run-in Wednesday with a 10-year-old girl on a bicycle.

Wolfeboro schools locked down after threat of man with gun

WOLFEBORO — Wolfeboro police received information Thursday afternoon that a significant and credible threat of a man with a gun or access to firearms existed to a facility and the general public within town.

Fall foliage season may be later, but longer on warmer Earth

The fall foliage season that prompts millions of Americans to undertake jaunts into the countryside each year could come much later and possibly last a little longer within a century, according to new research.

Conway police commissioner pleads guilty to road-rage assaults, won't resign

CONWAY – Police commissioner Larry Martin was ordered to undergo anger-management counseling as part of his sentence after being found guilty of two counts of simple assault and disorderly conduct in connection to a road rage type incident in August.

Lesson in patriotism: Lebanon High senior petitions for American flag to be flown after school snubs 9/11

The anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks last week spurred Lebanon High School senior Bhavna Kaushik, a dual citizen of the United States and India who was 4 years old on 9/11, to look for the school’s flag. She couldn’t find one. She found it 'really shameful on a day like that'

U.S. Senate candidate Scott Brown during an interview at the New Hampshire Union Leader in Manchester.

Democratic group files complaint against Brown over 2010/2011 hair and makeup deductions

Specifically, the group says Brown claimed a $2,149 deduction for “TV makeup and grooming” in 2010, and another $1,401 deduction for identical expenses in 2011.

14-year-old dog recovering after brutal bulldog attack

SOMERSWORTH — A 14-year-old Shih Tzu-poodle mix is recovering after a near-fatal attack late last month by an American bulldog that got loose from a home.

Goalie Danny Tirone to enroll at UNH for second semester after star's suspension for domestic violence

With New Hampshire senior goalie Casey DeSmith suspended indefinitely, and likely not returning to the ice for New Hampshire, after an arrest for domestic violence earlier this month, New Hampshire finds themselves looking a bit bit shaky in net.

As NH joins states prohibiting texting while driving, radar gun-like device available to police

The technology works by detecting the telltale radio frequencies that emit from a vehicle when someone inside is using a cellphone, said Malcolm McIntyre of ComSonics.

A chain link fence was recently installed by the State of New Hampshire around the mobile home and storage container owned by Nathaniel E. Kibby, whom authorities allege kidnapped Conway teenager Abigail Hernandez last year.

Boston Globe: For alleged Abigail Hernandez kidnapper, a life of mystery

GORHAM, N.H. — Nat Kibby is regarded by many of his acquaintances as an eccentric man. And so when he bought a large, red container unit and parked it next to his trailer home four years ago no one thought much of it.

Conway hospital braces for Ebola outbreak

CONWAY – The Center for Disease Control and Prevention made headlines recently when it issued a memo urging U.S. hospitals to prepare for diseases like Ebola.

Arrests made in burglary that released Concord woman's 'inner lioness'

CONCORD, N.H. (CBS) – Police have arrested two men suspected of breaking into a Concord woman’s home earlier this month and releasing her “inner lioness.”

Census: NH uninsured increased in 2013, a trend reversed in 2014 with help of federal subsidies

Recently, the New Hampshire Insurance Department released a report indicating that the state’s insured population increased during the first few months of 2014 – in part, the report said, because of expanded coverage under the Affordable Care Act.

Census: Poverty fell in NH while median income rose 9.7 times faster nationally than it did in NH

The data also shows the median income in New Hampshire rose slightly from year to year: From $64,187 in 2012 to $64,230 last year. The median income in the U.S. rose from $51,915 in 2012 to $52,250 in 2013.

Election campaigns' chicken-suited men get opponents in a flap

When police arrested the bird man for disorderly conduct at a Shaheen event—he allegedly waved his wings too close to the senator—the flap only amplified the GOP's message as local news media broadcast the tale of the senator and the chicken.

America's heroes deserve free abortions, contraceptives says Shaheen

Finally, the legislation would also ensure access to emergency contraception for servicewomen who are survivors of military sexual assault so that that they receive the critical and time-sensitive medical counseling and care they may need.

Laconia psychiatrist can apply for reinstatement despite sex with patient, drugs

LACONIA — A city psychiatrist who agreed in 2009 to not practice medicine in the state while he was being investigated for allegedly having sex with a patient and using illicit drugs with her can apply for reinstatement of his license if he meets a number of requirements, including 18 months of consecutive psychotherapy.

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