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October 09. 2013 11:28AM

Former N.J. drug execs, Nashua chiropractor admit roles in stock scheme

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Four people, including former executives at two drug companies, have pleaded guilty to running an insider trading scheme. Two high school friends of Lazorchak's, Michael Pendolino of Nashua, N.H., and Mark Foldy of Morris Plains, also pleaded guilty.

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Conway police commissioner allegedly assaults two people during road-rage incident

Larry Martin told police he was mad because he thought one of the men gave him the finger.

Seabrook officer demoted for covering up prisoner abuse to hear result of appeal Tuesday

SEABROOK — A former police lieutenant demoted in the aftermath of an investigation into a 2009 alleged police brutality incident will learn the outcome of his appeal on Tuesday.

Scientist transmits message into the mind of colleague 5,000 miles away using brain waves

According to the researchers, this is the first time humans have sent a message almost directly into each other’s brains.

Bedbugs drive man out of Derry apartment

DERRY — When Dennis Clow moved into a new apartment building last September, he thought little of the relocation. But a couple of weeks after moving in, Clow said, he received a handwritten note from landlord Richard Bergeron: The building had a history of bedbugs and the persistent pests had returned.

Casting call for N.H. film by Rochester author

The movie will be shot this fall, Oct. 17 through 19, and will be premiered locally, shown at film festivals around the world and used as a launch pad for a feature length film.

Exonerated Dartmouth professor offers critique of VA, says agency unneeded

To Dr. William B. Weeks, the recent controversy over some VA administrators’ manipulation of data to hide extended waiting times for appointments 'offered an opportunity to step back' and consider the role of the VA, he said, rather than 'throw money at another VA scandal.'

As feds get work under way on NH Jobs Corps center, it's planning to close similar centers across the nation

The decision to close any chronically low-performing centers identified by the final methodology is part of an effort by the Department to reform and improve the Job Corps program in order to obtain better outcomes for students.

Feds look to take control of river law enforcement in area of new Portsmouth bridge

This RNA would allow the Coast Guard to enforce speed and wake restrictions and prohibit all vessel traffic through the RNA during bridge replacement operations, both planned and unforeseen, which could pose an imminent hazard to persons and vessels operating in the area.

Somali cleric condemns ISIL in wake of horrific killing of NH journalist

'We do not see ISIL as [a group] fighting on behalf of the religion. [The fact that] they are butchers who cut up the flesh of human beings is sufficient to see they are evil.'

Aliens once against fail to reveal themselves, but annual UFO Festival a hit anyway

EXETER — Green inflatable aliens sitting in store windows greeted the hundreds of attendees Saturday as alien and science fiction lovers gathered to celebrate the 5th Exeter UFO Festival at town hall.

Woman killed in Mass. crash had Alzheimers and was missing from her NH home

The victim had been reported missing from her home and suffered from Alzheimer’s, according to Captain Bruce McNamee.

AFSOC reveals details of aborted South Sudan rescue mission

The US Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) has disclosed details of a rescue mission in South Sudan that saw three of its Bell-Boeing CV-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft hit by ground fire more than 100 times and survive.

Laconia police chief may ask City Council to ban sale of synthetic cannabinods ('spice')

LACONIA — Police Chief Christopher Adams said earlier this week that the Police Department is looking into whether or not a ban on selling of 'spice' (synthetic cannabinods) in the city is warranted.

NH Insurance Department: State's individual market grew by 75% thanks to ObamaCare mandates

This number includes both those who signed up for health insurance coverage on New Hampshire's federally facilitated Health Insurance Marketplace and those who signed up for coverage through Medicaid.

‘Fake’ tea party groups need to butt out of New Hampshire says Granite State tea party coalition

The NHTPC said that 'the legitimate grassroots movement does not endorse or raise money for candidates, has not designated any national representation, is not a PAC and has no offices in D.C.'

Stranded without high-speed broadband, Salisbury family turns to crowdfunding

Nicolette and Oscar Gala Grano can cite reason after reason why they love their home in Salisbury.

Downeaster ridership rises in spite of worst-ever delays

Passenger trips increased 4.6 percent for the fiscal year, despite the service’s worst-ever on-time performance.

Pan Am rail causway across Great Bay unsafe says top water advocate

'It's got 1,500 feet of exposure. If something fell off the tracks, it goes into the water,' Barnum said.

Law puts tighter limits on push polling

Ahead of this campaign cycle, the state has narrowed its definition of push polls, a phone call that sounds like a polling survey but instead is used to spread negative information about a candidate.

Mayor Lister postpones meeting on Portsmouth noise for weeks

PORTSMOUTH — Mayor Robert Lister has delayed a planned Tuesday night meeting on noise issues surrounding the Prescott Park Arts Festival.

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