CONCORD — A Boston banker has been convicted of defrauding customers of Goss International of Dover in a scheme hatched with an executive of the commercial press manufacturer.
NASHUA – A Massachusetts man is under arrest, accused in a hit-and-run crash Monday afternoon on Canal Street.
A 28-year-old local man was arrested after allegedly keeping his girlfriend prisoner in a car during an argument Monday afternoon, police said.
The school board last night voted to put off until 2015 a bond request for improvements to the town’s two elementary schools.
As city officials reviewed the police department's proposed budget of $25.5 million on Monday, concerns of a possible financial shortfall in the existing fiscal year police budget were brought to light.
Experts in the design and construction of skate parks are due in Manchester today for meetings with city engineers and skateboard enthusiasts about what is possible and what users want in a redeveloped city skate park on Maple Street.
ty officials and the head of a church group that serves a free breakfast to the homeless appear to be close to an agreement on a new downtown location for the weekend event.
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul urged fellow Republicans at a New Hampshire GOP fundraiser Monday night to become a more diversified party, and also sharply criticized the Obama administration for threats to civil liberties.
The shooting death of a graffiti artist Saturday night on Prospect Street may have been a case of someone bringing a gun to what was expected to be a fist fight. Mark Donnelly, 30, who was originally from Nashua but lived and worked in Manchester for the past couple of years, was the victim of the shooting, according to friends as well as his fiancee, Vanessa Hall of Manchester, the mother of his 2-year-old daughter, Madyson.
An academic clock tower doesn't really connect with UNH, according to marketing experts weighing in on the University of New Hampshire's move to redesign its main calling card — its logo.
County and federal authorities refuse to say whether Nathan C. Lamontagne is the unnamed second suspect in last fall's brutal home invasion that left a Bedford anesthesiologist and his wife maimed and near death.
“Paul was the first cadet from the JROTC program to graduate from a service academy,” said Lt. Col. Howie Steadman, one of the program's instructors. “Unfortunately, he was also the first cadet from the program to die while on active duty.”
Brief items of interest to New Hampshire's business community.
More than a dozen city police and New Hampshire State Police troopers will be in the downtown area today as part of an “educational initiative” to get people’s eyes off their mobile phones and on the road.
A psychologist has deemed that Duane Rolfe, the Nashua man accused of killing his sister earlier this year, was likely suffering from schizophrenia at the time of the murder.
Despite a revised plan to create a greater buffer zone between a proposed Dumpster Depot location on Ashleigh Drive and abutting homeowners, many area residents are still up in arms about the project.
Small business owners got a primer on the Affordable Care Act, as Manchester’s annual celebration of Small Business Week got under way with a workshop on health insurance Monday morning at The Derrfyield Country Club.
The American Veteran’s Traveling Tribute and Traveling Wall will open to the public at the North Haverhill Fairgrounds at noon on Thursday. That will signal the start of five days of tributes to and remembrance of veterans — including prisoners of war and those missing in action — throughout much of America’s military history.
When Coco Ramazani finally escaped the horrors of life in the war-torn Congo and arrived safely to live her sister in Manchester in 2000, she hoped to find some peace of mind at last. But years of rape and abuse had taken their toll.
Alderman-at-large Joseph Kelly Levasseur was elected register of probate for Hillsborough County last November, but Manchester residents needn’t worry about that distracting him from his aldermanic duties.
- 0 Texting + driving = deadly consequences
- 0 Berlin tax hike not expected to be as high as once thought
- 1 ‘Ellen’ helps reunite NH military family via Internet
- 0 Help Combat Invasive Plants; Loaner Tools & Statewide Web Resource
- 0 Senate committee awaits casino vote
- 0 Spaulding Turnpike overhaul continues on schedule
- 1 New Ipswich cemetery’s future is anybody guess after state objects to graves
- 0 Cranmore Opens for Spring/Summer Operations on May 25
- 0 29th Annual Chowder Fest Kicks-Off Summer on June 1st
- 0 MobileWalla: Fine apps for enjoying fine wine
- 0 Bedford condo shows high style in a smaller space
- 0 Memorial Day Observances 2013
- 0 No big Powerball winners in NH, but tidy sums taken
- 0 Bird's nest may have caused house fire in Hudson
- 0 New Ipswich man burned in garage fire, flown to Boston
- 1 Sen. Rand Paul in NH: Too early for judgments in IRS probe
- 0 Rabid raccoons in Hanover raise ‘rabies season’ concerns
- 0 Wanted fugitive arrested by U.S. Marshals in Manchester
- 0 Loon Mountain Resort Opens for Summer May 25
- 0 Seven Earn N.H. Fish and Game Commission Awards of Excellence
- 0 Fine Art Fundraising Auction at Museum of Art, UNH
- 1 Gregg named CEO of Wall Street lobbying group
- 0 Portsmouth woman faces up to life in prison in fatal overdose
- 3 Mass. sex offender indicted for sex assault on child at Plaistow Walmart
- 0 Home care worker indicted for kidnapping, sexual assault of male client
- 0 Police say house guest helped himself to credit card
- 0 Police say women were smoking crack with 2-year-old in car
- 0 Tools, copper piping stolen from construction trailers in Manchester
- 11 Firefighters say casino revenue needed for 'public safety'
- 0 Two sustained minor injuries in Rochester crash Sunday
- 0 Boat crash in Tuftonboro investigated
- 20 Manchester alderman urges review of police phone use
- 8 Updated: Man fatally shot on Manchester street; neighbors shocked
- 0 Nashua mayor to recommend Bennett for corporation counsel
- 0 Claremont group disputes incinerator plant's permit
- 0 Volunteer drivers needed in Windham
- 0 Windham Garden Club’s plant sale keeps growing
- 0 Goffstown artisan gives new face to Wolfeboro tower
- 3 Town may have to fix grave error
- 1 Nashua set to begin budget review
- Should adultery remain a crime under U.S. military law?
- Total Votes: 641
Experts weigh in on UNH logo designs
Texting + driving = deadly consequences
Derry marks a soldier's death
Memorial Day Observances 2013
NH tobacco cash proves a windfall
Congo war's legacy follows survivor to NH
Experts weigh in on UNH logo designs
Derry marks a soldier's death