The state lottery sold more than $300 million worth of lottery tickets statewide for the fiscal year ending today, smashing the previous year's record of $280 million. Bunny's Superette in Manchester...
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Booth and Cook are not the only candidates on the ballot this fall with criminal records. At-large city council candidate Timothy Willis is a registered sex offender; he was convicted in 2003 by a Maine jury of unlawful sexual contact with a 14-year-old girl. City Councilor Fred Keach, who is running in the same citywide race as Willis, was convicted in 2010 of driving while intoxicated.
Dave Ridley just published the first video from yesterdayís NHexit protest and litter pickup outside a federal building in Manchester. He got a couple interviews with attendees and plenty of footage... 0
Fifty-four-year-old Andrew S. Gordon, a financial planner in Chelmsford, was convicted in March of using the mail and telephone to try to hire a New Hampshire gang member to kill the state trooper... 0