The jury of seven men and five women deliberated for two hours and 40 minutes before finding Tommy Page, 30, guilty of first-degree murder. 0
The state’s deputy medical examiner told a jury on Monday that the multiple blunt-impact injuries that resulted in the death of an 11-month-old boy in 2015 occurred up to three hours before an... 0
The 228 New Hampshire servicemen who died in the Vietnam War were honored and remembered Monday by the Daughters of the American Revolution during a ceremony at the NH Veterans Home. 0
Leaders in the recovery field and their community partners discussed what challenges them Monday morning during a legislative breakfast and panel discussion at SOS Recovery Community Center in Dover. 0
A student from Spaulding High School in Rochester will be a paid audio engineer for a national tour of “A Christmas Carol” during the second quarter of this school year. 0
Steve Rand expects a hundred or more opponents of Northern Pass to turn out in Plymouth when a state committee considering the project visits on a site tour next month. 0
Local police and emergency medical personnel participated in a realistic active shooter training exercise on Saturday funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. 0
At midnight on Saturday the state's decriminalization of marijuana law went into effect, and those in law enforcement are wary about how this will play out on the local level. 0
The three said that as they neared the summit they realized they wouldn't make it down before dark, so descended as far as possible before hunkering down and waiting for help. 0
Two police sobriety checkpoints Saturday night screened 453 vehicles, netting four arrests and eight summonses, state police said Sunday. 0
According to a release, Angela Davis, 34, of Rochester, began walking across Columbus Avenue near China Palace against a pedestrian sign saying not to cross about 4:45 a.m. 0
I love how the channel meanders through the marsh, tucking you in like a snug blanket made of the natural world. 0
A Barrington police officer was injured Thursday when he tried to make a U-turn and collided with a state police cruiser. 0
A Merrimack County Superior Court judge handed down a 10-year state prison term to a Franklin man who faced 16 charges stemming from a police standoff and the three-day manhunt that followed late... 0
A jury deliberated for less than an hour on Wednesday before finding a Barnstead man guilty of 17 counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault. 0
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