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March 16. 2014 11:35AM

Dartmouth College to get tough on sexual assault

HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — Dartmouth College administrators have proposed tougher punishment for students found responsible of sexual assault, including mandatory expulsion in certain cases.



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Nativity horror scene in Haverhill: Baby Jesus taken, replaced with head of dead pig

HAVERHILL — It's about the worst thing police said they've seen happen on a Christmas Day. Someone stole the Baby Jesus statue from a nativity scene outside Sacred Hearts Church and left in its place the head of a dead pig, police said.

Kurt Sutter picks Sarah Silverman to play Tara in 'Sons of Anarchy' movie

He twitted Carrot Top (Scott Thompson) as Jax Teller, Don Rickles as Clay Morrow and the icing of the cake, Sarah Silverman as Tara Knowles.

Snowy owl photographed last winter in Epping.

Snowy owls spotted at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport pose threat to aircraft


Two days after groundbreaking cataract surgery, Banner the lanner falcon adjusts to her new eyesight in a spare room of her owner's Deering home.

New Hampshire falcon's post-surgery vision limited

A falcon in New Hampshire that had eye surgery to remove cataracts is doing well with her new synthetic lenses but has limited vision and isn't flying.

Time: Explaining the drop in circumcision rates

In 1979, close to two-thirds of boys in the West underwent a hospital circumcision after birth, but by 2010 that percentage dropped to around 58%.

NH Medicaid bill would end taxpayer subsidies for circumcisions

A bill proposed in the state legislature would end Medicaid payments for circumcisions.

Photographer Becky Field documentslives of refugees in NH

A photographer takes aim to capture the joys and sorrows of some nearby neighbors arriving from distant lands.

It is illegal to inhale bus fumes with the intent of inducing euphoria in NH

'Live free or die' may be the New Hampshire state motto, but apparently people there aren’t free to do both of those things at once.

Gilford selectmen going to bat for shopping center owner

GILFORD — An effort by the owners of the Airport Plaza to rehabilitate the the 40-year-old shopping center on Lake Shore Road (Rte. 11) have been stymied by the state Department of Transportation.

Where to find poutine in NH

We're not just talking about traditional poutine. Our intrepid Cuisine Editor went on the hunt for the perfect marriage of fries, gravy and squeaky fromage.

Zacks upgrades PC Connection to outperform

Zacks upgraded shares of PC Connection (NASDAQ:PCCC) from a neutral rating to an outperform rating in a report issued on Thursday.

CR’s The Restaurant fills hole left by CR Sparks

Chuck Rolocek’s latest venture is open in Hampton. The long-awaited replacement for CR Sparks in Bedford is built upon the fine architectural bones of the former Bontá Restaurant.

Sanders: I'll decide on presidential run by March

BURLINGTON, Vt. — Vermont independent Sen. Bernie Sanders says he'll decide by March whether to launch a 2016 presidential campaign and, if so, whether he'll seek the Democratic nomination.

FBI agent who helped coverup ex-NH lawmaker's $54M fraud pleads guilty again

Lustyik and a friend, Johannes Thaler, 51, of Connecticut, were promised tens of thousands of dollars by Rizve Ahmed, 35, of Danbury in exchange for confidential FBI documents that Ahmed planned to use to harm a political rival in Bangladesh.

Conway protester raises free speech issue

ALBANY — Conway resident Gary Montford has resumed his protest against Profile Subaru after the Attorney General's Office reaffirmed his right to picket on the side of Route 16 in front of the dealership.

Loon rescued from ice on Martin Meadow Pond

MOULTONBOROUGH — An iced-in loon was rescued on Martin Meadow Pond in Lancaster on Dec. 8. Loons can require close to a quarter mile of open water to take flight, but this loon was trapped in a three-foot patch of open water.

BearCat isn't appropriate for policing Berlin says former officer

Gagnon said he feels he brings a unique perspective to the debate that has broken out over the BearCat.

Berlin police want BearCat if feds are just giving them away

BERLIN – Berlin Police Chief Peter Morency and Deputy Chief Brian Valerino said the department's request for approval to obtain a LENCO BearCat through a federal grant is made to protect officers and citizens.

Berlin duo indicted for operating a meth lab

Linda Greenlay, 44, and Anthony Elwell, 40, of Berlin were each charged with one count of manufacture of a controlled drug and two counts of attempt to manufacture methamphetamine.

New Hampshire food stamp recipients get the lowest benefit per recipient at $100.45 a month.

In New Hampshire, food stamp recipients get the lowest benefit per recipient at $100.45 a month.


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