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Police asking for public’s help after boat was abandoned in the Nashua River

NASHUA, N.H. — The Nashua Police Department is asking for the public’s help after a boat was intentionally abandoned in the Nashua River by a man in a red pickup truck. On April 29, a red pickup truck backed down the Mines Falls boat ramp and an unknown man was seen pushing the vessel into the water. The pickup truck is believed to be a Dodge Ram with red rims.
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HGTV host David Bromstad visits Nashua store

NASHUA, N.H. — National television personality David Bromstad recently paid a visit to a store that specializes in vintage items in Nashua. Bromstad, known for hosting "My Lottery Dream Home" and other shows on HGTV, visited SNAP It's Vintage. Bromstad found some items that made him "happy" at the...
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Kenneth R. Gross, 96

Kenneth R. Gross of Vineyard Haven and formerly of Methuen died May 3 at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, surrounded by loving family and friends. He was 96. He was born in Providence, R.I. to William H. Gross Jr. and Alice Brown Gross. He was a graduate of Hope High School in Providence, class of 1944, as well as R.C.A. Institute in New York city, Merrimack College in Andover and Northeastern University in Boston.

Edwin Fantauzzi identified as suspect in reported Downtown Boston rape

BOSTON (CBS) – Edwin Fantauzzi, a 33-year-old Lawrence man, has been identified as a suspect in a reported Downtown Boston rape over the weekend. The incident was reported on Harrison Ave. around 6:30 a.m. on Saturday. Warrants have been issued for Fantauzzi’s arrest on charges of rape, assault with intent to rape, and assault and battery. Edwin Fantauzzi. (Image Credit: Boston Police) Boston Police are asking for the public’s help locating Fantauzzi. Anyone with any information should call detectives at 617-343-4400. In 2018, Fantauzzi was arrested for kidnapping and assault with intent to rape a child. That incident happened in Roxbury and police found Fantauzzi hiding in New Jersey. The Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC) provides free and confidential counseling, case management, legal, and medical advocacy services to sexual assault survivors. They can be reached at 1-800-841-8371.

Strafford house fire called suspicious

STRAFFORD, N.H. — A suspicious fire in Strafford is under investigation. Witnesses said the early morning two-alarm fire broke out on Tasker Hill Road. Video from the scene showed intense flames and thick smoke. The Strafford fire chief said the fire is considered suspicious. One person was arrested at...
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Nashua police looking for man who abandoned, sunk boat in river

NASHUA, N.H. – Investigators are hoping the public can lead them to the person they say intentionally sunk a 25-foot boat in a New Hampshire river. Witnesses said they saw a man in a red pickup truck back down a boat ramp in Mine Falls and push the vessel into the Nashua River on April 29. It sank a short time later.

Bow firefighter finishes mowing lawn for man who fell

BOW, N.H. — Bow firefighters went above and beyond the call of duty on Tuesday. Crews were called to help a man who stumbled and fell while mowing his lawn. Once they got him inside and made sure he was OK, firefighter John Bowler decided to finish up the man's yard work.

$1.4M Mountaintop Estate in Candia, NH, Has Breathtaking Views and Its Own Arcade

This place is nothing short of breathtaking. Imagine waking up on a Saturday morning at the end of a long work week, stretching your legs, and going out to your own quiet, private deck. As you step out and take in your surroundings, you overlook the treetops, lake, and mountains in the distance, hear the twittering of birds and the sounds of nature all around you, and take in a deep breath of fresh air.

Meet This Old House Host Kevin O’Connor in Middleton This Thursday

If you ever dreamed of meeting the host of This Old House himself, your wish will be granted at Circle Furniture in Middleton this on May 19 from 6 to 9 p.m. when Kevin O’Connor gives a behind-the-scenes look at the latest episode of the classic home renovation show. We chatted with O’Connor about the West Roxbury Victorian renovation, which is chock-full of ideas on how to breathe new life into an old home while preserving the details that add character and intrigue.

Concord, New Hampshire Police release sketch of person of interest in couple’s murder

CONCORD, N.H. (CBS) — A sketch of a person of interest in the murders of Stephen Reid and Djeswende Reid was released Tuesday by Concord, New Hampshire Police and the state’s Attorney General. The reward for information that leads to an arrested also increased to $33,500. The Reids were found shot to death off the Broken Ground Trails near the Alton Woods Apartment Complex on April 21, three days after they went missing. The person of interest is described as a White man in his late 20s or early 30s, approximately 5’10” tall, medium build, with short brown hair, and clean-shaven. According...

Police increasing Hampton Beach patrols after nearly 30 arrests last weekend

HAMPTON (CBS) – Police will be stepping up patrols on Hampton Beach this weekend with scorching heat in the forecast. This comes in response to 29 arrests made last weekend when multiple large groups formed on the beach and fights broke out. Hampton Police Chief Dave Hobbs told WBZ-TV that most of the arrests were for alcohol violations and disorderly conduct. “You can expect that we will be increasing patrols for this weekend with the warm weather expected,” Hobbs said. “We want people to understand that if they are coming to Hampton Beach and are violating our laws and causing disruptions then you will be arrested and prosecuted.” There were no injuries reported last weekend in connection with the fights. Police told the public on Facebook they “want people to enjoy the beach,” but will prosecute anyone causing violence.  

Lowell Mail Carrier Accused of Bribing Supervisor, Pushing Cocaine Distribution Scheme

A Lowell postal worker is accused of trying to bribe and sell cocaine to a postal supervisor as part of a cocaine distribution scheme. According to the U.S. Attorney's Office, John Noviello of Nashua, New Hampshire, was working as a mail carrier for the U.S. Postal Service in February when he approached a supervisor looking for help to divert packages suspected of containing cocaine. Prosecutors allege that Noviello offered to pay that supervisor $1,750 per kilogram of cocaine.

Hackmatack presents ‘Smoke on the Mountain’

BERWICK, Maine — Can you think of a better time or place for the foot-stomping musical "Smoke on the Mountain" than a summer night at Hackmatack Playhouse in Berwick, Maine? Set in a tight-knit community that feels right at home in Hackmatack’s barn theater, this musical comedy placed in 1938 rural Tennessee has...