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Celebration of Life Planned for Security Officer Bradley Haas Killed at New Hampshire HospitalInDepthNH.orgNewsBreak Contributor
Heavy, plowable snow possible for parts of New Hampshire Sunday night into Monday
MANCHESTER, N.H. — A significant weather system is expected to bring periods of rain and snow to New Hampshire later this weekend. A storm with wintry precipitation will arrive here starting Sunday afternoon. >> Hour-by-hour timeline. Temperatures should be warm enough in central and southern New Hampshire that when...
Former Chester County teacher going back to prison for incident as camp counselor
In 2015, Matthew Scavitto pleaded guilty to sexual misconduct with students at The Phelps School in Malvern, Pennsylvania.
Police ID suspects in Thursday gunfight
LACONIA — Police have identified the parties they say were responsible for an exchange of gunfire in the city's South End on Thursday. Police Chief Matt Canfield said his officers responded to reports of shots fired in the area of Baldwin and Joliet streets at around 3 p.m. on Thursday. "Upon arrival we found a vehicle that had a round that went through the side window [and] found several other rounds, one of which penetrated the wall of an apartment building," Canfield said.
10 Cringeworthy Things Guaranteed to Make People From New Hampshire Roll Their Eyes
Every state comes with its long list of stereotypes. People from Vermont love cheese! People from Massachusetts drive like lunatics (yeah, some stereotypes are true)! People from Maine marry their siblings! Wait, WHAT?! When it comes down to it, it's amazing how little we know about each other's states. We...
New Hampshire’s Tiniest Town Has a Population in the Single Digits
The New England states are among the most densely populated in the country, so you would mostly expect any town there to have a relatively decent-sized population. According to Wikipedia, throughout New England, there are 235 people per square mile on average, which is much higher than the national average of 79.56 people per square mile.
NHDOT Crew Members Save Drowning Man on Lake Winnipesaukee
A routine day at work turned into a life-saving mission for NHDOT crew members at Lake Winnipesaukee. Witness the dramatic rescue of a drowning man, who was found clinging to a sinking jet ski, and hear from the unlikely heroes who saved him.
New England City Has Highest Weed Consumption Per Capita In America
Coming out from the pandemic, many businesses found themselves going up in smoke. But one industry throughout America was thriving (even if its illegal on a national level). That would be the marijuana industry. In Maine, it's been a massive money maker. Both recreational and medical marijuana shops have opened throughout the state, with great success.
Fatal pedestrian accident closes Route 106 Saturday
BELMONT — A pedestrian died Saturday after a motor vehicle accident near the rideshare lot on Route 106, according to a Belknap County sheriff's deputy. Reports from the scene say the road was closed in both directions early Saturday afternoon.
Have You Driven the Most Eerie, Appropriately Named Road in New Hampshire?
There are some truly amazing roads to drive throughout New Hampshire, and there's something for everyone depending on your mood. Looking for a picturesque mountainous view? Drive up Interstate 93 through Franconia Notch and you're instantly cruising between the White Mountains, and even able to peek out to see where the Old Man of the Mountain cast its glare over part of the state.
Five New York Men Indicted for Kidnapping and Murder, Body Found in New Hampshire Forest
• Five men from New York have been charged with kidnapping and murdering a man and dumping his body in a New Hampshire forest. • The suspects are facing federal charges, including kidnapping resulting in death, kidnapping conspiracy, and conspiring to distribute ketamine.
The Award-Winning Series ‘Breaking Bad’ Ended in New Hampshire, but Where Exactly?
SPOILER ALERT. IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN BREAKING BAD (and you plan on it), LEAVE THIS ARTICLE. Did you know that Breaking Bad ends in New Hampshire?. If you have not seen Breaking Bad, you need to. The show is widely considered one of the best series of all time.
Fuel Assistance Program Now Open for Eligible NH Families and Seniors
December 1st marks the official opening of New Hampshire's Fuel Assistance Program (FAP), which helps vulnerable NH families with their heating bills. FAP aids NH families and seniors whose annual household income is at or below 60% of the State Median Income. To apply to the program, NH residents should contact their local Community Action Program (CAP) Agency.Visit here for more details.
Video: Light rain on milder day in New Hampshire
Back into the 40s as the next system approaches with rain developing this afternoon...looks like we'll contend with another system to end the weekend with a combination of rain and wet snow. Temperatures continue to trend up as most climb into the 40s to near 50 this afternoon, but our...
Potential Heavy Snowfall in New Hampshire and Exciting College Football Championship Games
Get ready for a potential heavy snowfall in parts of New Hampshire! Also, tune in for an exciting day of college football, with a special focus on the Georgia Alabama game. Hear from former quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow on what to expect.
Researchers find major clue into mysterious dog illness
Researchers at the University of New Hampshire Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (NHVDL) may have found a major clue into the mysterious respiratory syndrome illness affecting hundreds of dogs.
Tracing the Tracks of Change: Ashland's Railroad Industry and Community Evolution
Ashland's legacy as a railroad town paints a vivid picture of its entwined history with America's railway system. The Ashland Railroad Station Museum and the Ashland Railway, a Class III shortline, stand as emblems of resilience, adapting to the industry's evolution from the 19th century to today. With the cessation of historic railroads in 2008, the Ashland Railroad Addition Historic District remains a cultural testament to the era when rail dominated, fueling development and connecting Oregon to the Pacific Northwest.
New Hampshire Dog Owners: These Holiday Treats Could Make Your Dog Sick
Holidays are a time for celebrating those who are special to us. We give gifts to make them feel joy and love, and to let them know we love them. This can be applied to humans and to pets. If you are a dog owner, how adorable is that sweet head as it rests on your leg or lap? It just melts you.
Major Charge Dismissed Against Frozen Yogurt Store Owner Accused of Installing Camera in Public Restroom
A serious charge has been dropped against a former frozen yogurt store owner accused of installing a recording device in a public restroom. Despite claiming to have found the camera and attempting to catch the perpetrator, inconsistencies led to the individual's arrest.
Wilcox Ice Cream, Yogurt And Gelato Is Being Pulled From Grocery Stores In 4 States Due To Listeria Risk
The cold weather and the high sugar content aren’t the only reasons you may want to avoid ice cream this winter; Wilcox Ice Cream of East Arlington, VT has issued a recall on all flavors of their ice cream, yogurt, and ice cream bars, along wit...
Some Major NH Issues Decided in November
November was an amazing month for New Hampshire. Some of the biggest state issues over the past few decades came to a head, although they are far from being put to rest. From equitable education funding to extreme partisan gerrymandering, from education vouchers to voting rights, from constitutional protections to the date of the New Hampshire Presidential Primary, and from potential mass shootings to illegal legislative voting, the state dealt with all of this in one form or another during the 30 days of November.