10 people facing charges in connection with double shooting at New Hampshire restaurantBoston 25 News WFXT11 HOURS AGO
Massachusetts Dad Believed to Have Accidentally Stabbed Himself to Death With Knife He Was Wearing on Lanyard Around His Neck: ReportThe Messenger2 DAYS AGO
Packages left strewn along snowy Mass. highway after FedEx truck rolls overBoston 25 News WFXT12 HOURS AGO
Lawsuit Alleges Cover-Up of FPU Teacher Harassing and Assaulting Females StudentsInDepthNH.orgNewsBreak Contributor
A man who lived in a trailer park left $3 million for his town. They only found out after his death.Anita DurairajNewsBreak Contributor
Goffstown Man Charged with Stabbing His Mother To DeathInDepthNH.orgNewsBreak Contributor
Goffstown Man Charged with Murdering His MotherNik HatziefstathiouNewsBreak Contributor
The New Hampshire Man Who Mowed Lawns and Hid Millions, Leaves His Wealth to His Beloved TownAnthony's CornerNewsBreak Contributor
Fritz Wetherbee: The Infamous Troy Boys and Their Reign of Terror
Explore the chilling tale of the Troy Boys, a notorious gang that brought terror to the peaceful town of Troy, New Hampshire. Discover their heinous crimes, their eventual capture, and the lasting impact they left on this beautiful, historical town.
Winchendon Board of Selectmen to Discuss Land Sale to Conservation Group: Public Hearing Scheduled
The Winchendon Board of Selectmen has scheduled a public hearing on December 12, 2023, at 7 p.m. It will be at the Winchendon Town Hall, 109 Front Street, Winchendon, Massachusetts. If the weather is bad, it will be moved to December 14, 2023, same time and place.
Judge denies motion to dismiss civil lawsuit filed by New Hampshire woman against adoptive parents
NEW BOSTON, N.H. — The adoptive parents of a New Boston woman who is suing them for abuse, torture and imprisonment have lost their bid to have the case dismissed, according to a court order obtained by News 9 Investigates. Olivia Atkocaitis is suing Thomas and Denise Atkocaitis, along...
Elderly Hiker Rescued in Nelson
An elderly hiker was rescued Monday when she suffered a serious leg injury after she slipped and fell. 82-year-old Susan Turner of Cambridge, Massachusetts, was on the Partridge Woods Trail in Nelson with four other hikers at the time. She was taken to Cheshire Medical Center in Keene. New Hampshire...
Drugged Driving in Rural America: An Incident in Vermont Opens a Wider Discussion
On the evening of December 3rd, an unsettling event unfolded in Bradford, Vermont, as Christopher Dellacioppa, a 41-year-old man from Troy, New Hampshire, found himself arrested after his vehicle became stuck in the mud on private property. The incident quickly escalated from a simple trespass to a matter of public safety when Dellacioppa was charged with DUI drug and unlawful trespass, highlighting a growing concern in rural communities: drug-impaired driving.
Northfield man sentenced to prison for rape and strangulation
A Northfield man has been sentenced to two years in state prison and three years of probation, following his conviction for three counts of rape and one count of strangulation.
These new boston, NH based Dogs are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to new boston..
Franklin Pierce University ‘Lunch Ladies’ Flying With Men’s Soccer Team as Good Luck Charm for the Second Year
The Franklin Pierce University Men's soccer team out of Rindge, New Hampshire, is on a heater of a year for the second year in a row. Last year, the Division II soccer team won the National Championship in Seattle, Washington. And this year, they are doing it again. The 19-0-2...
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Dogs Today in hillsborough, NH
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to hillsborough..
Athol Man Sentenced To Jail Time For 2022 Domestic Incident
(Greenfield, MA) Timothy Chandler, of Athol, has been sentenced to two 18-month jail terms after he pleaded guilty to eight charges in a domestic incident in April of 2022, including two charges of assault with a dangerous weapon. Chandler’s sentence was stayed until December 12th at the Franklin County Superior Court Monday. The April incident was described in reports as an escalated argument with his wife resulting in Chandler firing his shotgun into a television and firing eleven more shots outside, including three after a police officer arrived.
Honoring a fallen veteran from Gardner - what you can do to help
A somber one-year anniversary is being transformed into a weekend of celebration and tribute for a local veteran. It was on Dec. 17 that Peter George Griffis, a Marine veteran from Gardner, took his own life. One year later, the community has joined his family members to honor the man who will be...
Today the gas price is close to $3.19 in Swanzey as of 2023-12-06. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Wednesday is $3.216, a week ago the price is $3.246 , according to AAA.
Hootie Days in discussion to make return
Following clarifications from the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) regarding Keene State’s credit hour gap, KSC President Melinda Treadwell is floating the return of Hootie Days. In the previous 2022-2023 academic year, concerns were raised in the KSC Senate about the college falling short of NECHE’s requirements...
Manchester Health Alert: Common Everyday Symptoms and MS. Doctor Explains
The Big Picture: Dr. Puja Uppal, Family Medicine, "If you have a high risk for Multiple Sclerosis, pay attention to these symptoms." Doctor's Expert Insights About Autoimmune Conditions and Multiple Sclerosis in New Hampshire. Know this: "This study tells us that everyday health issues like depression, sexual problems, constipation, bladder...
The status of building projects around campus: What changes students can expect to see heading into the spring semester
With winter break approaching and fewer day-today tasks to attend to, Keene State’s facilities team is looking to enhance certain campus buildings come spring semester. Colin Burdick, the construction clerk of the works, said minor work would be done on the Redfern Arts Center to finish bringing the building up to code. “From a life safety perspective, we met the needs of what the state required us to fix, so buildings got an. all-new fire alarm system, all new sprinkler system all compliant to new codes, new exit signs,” Burdick said. “We do have an outstanding issue with the Alumni Recital Hall … So we’ve got a little bit of additional sprinkler work to do in there.”
Holiday Closures! Check if we are open here!
Town Hall will be closed 12 PM - 2 PM Wednesday December 13th for the Employee Holiday Lunch. The Transfer Station will close at 1 PM on Sunday December 24th. Town Hall will be closed Monday December 25th and Tuesday December 26th. Town Hall will be closed Monday January 1st...
Goffstown Man Accused of Mother's Stabbing Death Held Without Bail
A Goffstown resident is held without bail following the tragic stabbing of a 70-year-old woman. The accused, a 47-year-old, faced court today. The victim, found with multiple stab wounds, was discovered at a Jaffrey Street home where both individuals resided.
Man Convicted in Shooting Death Outside Manchester Bar
– Attorney General John M. Formella and Manchester Police Chief Allen Aldenberg announce that today John DeLee was convicted by a Hillsborough County Superior Court jury of two counts of second-degree murder and one count of reckless conduct.
Crews move snow as flakes fall across parts of New Hampshire
A significant weather system is making its way across the state, bringing snow, mix, and rain. This is one of the first winter storms, but certainly not the last. Crews were out in the Goffstown area during the first few hours of snowfall, clearing parking lots and coating roads. The...
New DEI Faculty Fellow Team: Professors look to highlight program
Keene State College’s Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) appointed three faculty members to be a part of its Faculty Fellow Team. The members include Film Studies Associate Professor Jiwon Ahn, College Archivist and Associate Professor Rodney Obien and Communications and Philosophy Professor Cynthia Cheshire. According to a press release posted on the Keene State College website on Nov. 6, the three faculty members appointed will “collaborate with campus partners on efforts related to recruitment and retention of faculty, staff and students from diverse backgrounds.”