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Woman facing slew of charges after setting car on fire in Concord

CONCORD — A 33-year-old woman from New Hampshire is facing multiple charges following an incident in Concord yesterday. Authorities say they received a call that a woman broke a window at a home on Leonard Hill Road at around 11:35 p.m. Shortly after, police received a second call that...
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Man accused of stabbing woman, leaving her with life-threatening injuries

NORTHWOOD, N.H. — A woman is fighting life-threatening injuries after she was stabbed at a Northwood hotel, police said. Brandon Fecteau, 43, of Farmington, has been arrested and charged with first-degree assault with a deadly weapon in connection with the stabbing, police said. According to court paperwork, the woman...
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Lawrence residents concerned about trash littering the city

LAWRENCE, MASS. (WHDH) - Lawrence officials say they need more workers to address residents’ complaints of of trash piling up under bridges and in other dumping sites around the city. Officials said Wednesday that trash has piled up over the years, in part due to homeless encampments, and the...

Lowell's Leadership Program gives inner city kids a summer camp experience

LOWELL - Jarronai Yary admits that on a lazy summer day, "I'd definitely be on phone. I'm always on my phone."Instead, the 13-year-old and 120 fellow campers are spending the day playing, learning and growing. "We want to give them something they can do this summer that will keep them active and make sure they're learning at the same time," said Larry Devon Wilson, Lowell Youth Leadership Program president. The inaugural Lowell Youth Leadership Program, for ages 10-16, is inspired by the former National Youth Sports Program that helped people like Andres Lopez when he was growing up."I think it gave us...

Water from the US May Have More "Forever Chemicals" than Previously Thought

The analysis of water samples collected in nine different US locales reveals that the testing agency is most likely missing substantial amounts of PFAS contaminants. Portsmouth, New Hampshire's new $17 million water treatment plant will be celebrated in May 2021, with local and national officials declaring the city's water free of hazardous "forever chemicals."

Hudson police investigating possible road rage incident

HUDSON, N.H. — Hudson police are investigating a possible road rage incident. Police said the incident happened just before 3 p.m. Wednesday afternoon near Lowell Road. A driver said someone inside another vehicle pointed a gun at them. No injuries were reported. Anyone who may have seen anything out...

Lake Monsters held to one hit against Nashua

Vermont’s lethal offense was non-existent on Wednesday night against the Silver Knights. Nashua’s pitching struck out nine batters and allowed only one hit in the 2-0 shutout.

First ROH Death Before Dishonor Matches Revealed On AEW Dynamite

As noted, Tony Khan’s Ring of Honor is heading back to pay-per-view on July 23 when the company presents their Death Before Dishonor event at the Tsongas Center in Lowell, Massachusetts. Up until now, fans were left to speculate on what matches will be taking place during the show,...

Proposed housing development to bring 900 units to Kittery now on hold

KITTERY (WGME) -- A proposed development promising to bring much-needed housing to Kittery and Portsmouth is now on hold. Opponents say it's too much growth, too fast. The proposed Dennett Landing development, on the west side of Kittery, is at risk of a major zoning change, one that could dramatically alter the size and scale of the project.

Supply issues lead Dover to pause fluoridation of water system

DOVER, N.H. — The city of Dover has stopped adding fluoride to its water because of supply issues, officials said. City officials said they're taking what's expected to be a temporary measure, and they don't expect it to become a dental health issue. "We are seeing unprecedented times across...

Nashoba Tech students paint mural at Pheasant Lane Mall

NASHUA, N.H. – A partnership between Nashoba Valley Technical High School in Westford and Pheasant Lane Mall in Nashua is paying dividends for both institutions. The latest proof of that is a mural unveiled June 14 outside Dick’s Sporting Goods on the lower level of the mall. The mural – which depicts a pheasant taking flight from the Merrimack River with other local landmarks visible – was painted by students in Nashoba Tech’s Design & Visual Communications program.

‘Move Over’ Law Saturation Patrol In New Hampshire Leads To 80 Stops

CONCORD, NH — Eighty vehicles were stopped on Wednesday by New Hampshire State Police during a two-hour span for “move over” law violations and commercial vehicle violations. New Hampshire State Police troopers were on Interstate 93 in Hooksett and Interstate 89 in Concord and Hopkinton between 8:30...