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Supporters ask for patience in Abby Hernandez case while authorities sort it all out

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As law enforcement officials try to get a firm understanding of how Abigail Hernandez disappeared, where she has been for the...

A sign explains why produce is missing from shelves at Market Basket on Elm Street in Manchester on Thursday.

Manchester Market Basket workers hope solution near as shelves empty

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Market Basket workers said Thursday they hope the company’s board of directors accepts an offer from the family faction...

Medical marijuana patients sick of state bogarting their remedy

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A year out from the adoption of New Hampshire's medical marijuana law, state officials said they're trying to move quickly to...

Pope Francis blesses Meriam Yehya Ibrahim of Sudan and her baby during a private meeting at the Vatican Thursday.

UPDATED: Death-row Christian woman flies out of Sudan, meets Pope

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A Sudanese woman who was sentenced to death for refusing to renounce her Christian faith, then detained after her conviction was...

A Manchester firefighter hands a kitten to Nastja Rebrin, whose 303 Jewett St. apartment was likely struck by lightning Wednesday night.

Lightning likely cause of Manchester apartment building fire

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Fire officials believe a Wednesday night blaze at a 303 Jewett St. apartment building’s was caused by a lightning strike.

Seabrook fires two officers for Bergeron brutality

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Town authorities announced Wednesday afternoon that police officers Mark Richardson and Adam Laurent had been fired for their...

GOP candidates Guinta, Innis square off during debate

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Former Congressman Frank Guinta brushed off a reference to him being a career politician during a congressional candidates'...

AG says March fatal shooting in Rochester justified

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New Hampshire Attorney General Joseph A. Foster on Wednesday ruled a state corrections officer was justified in using deadly...

Potential deal between ex-LGC subsidiaries, regulators

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Former subsidiaries of the New Hampshire Local Government Center may have reached an agreement with state regulators that would...

Soldiers who helped injured driver, child in Manchester highway crash say they learned valuable lessons

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Two soldiers, among about a half-dozen motorists who stopped Tuesday afternoon to try and help an injured driver and her young...

Contact lost with Air Algerie plane carrying 116 people from Burkina Faso

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Authorities have lost contact with an Air Algerie flight en route from Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso to Algiers with 110 passengers on board, Algeria's APS state news agency and a Spanish airline company said on Thursday.

Medical marijuana patients sick of state bogarting their remedy

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A year out from the adoption of New Hampshire's medical marijuana law, state officials said they're trying to move quickly to roll out the rules for ID cards, dispensaries and other provisions that go along with it.

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Feds fly death row NH spree killer by private jet to new facility for life-saving cancer treatments

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Spree killer Gary Lee Sampson, sentenced to die 11 years ago for an interstate murder rampage in 2001, was flown by private jet on the taxpayers' dime July 11 to new death-row digs in Butner, N.C. — the same federal medical facility where disgraced former House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi has been battling Stage 4 cancer.

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Country celebrations across Granite State cheer summer season

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Nothing quite says New England like good old-fashioned summer country fairs, which begin in earnest throughout the Granite State in the next few weeks.

Contact lost with Air Algerie plane carrying 116 people from Burkina Faso

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Authorities have lost contact with an Air Algerie flight en route from Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso to Algiers with 110 passengers on board, Algeria's APS state news agency and a Spanish airline company said on Thursday.

Medical marijuana patients sick of state bogarting their remedy

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A year out from the adoption of New Hampshire's medical marijuana law, state officials said they're trying to move quickly to roll out the rules for ID cards, dispensaries and other provisions that go along with it.

GARY SAMPSON

Feds fly death row NH spree killer by private jet to new facility for life-saving cancer treatments

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Spree killer Gary Lee Sampson, sentenced to die 11 years ago for an interstate murder rampage in 2001, was flown by private jet on the taxpayers' dime July 11 to new death-row digs in Butner, N.C. — the same federal medical facility where disgraced former House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi has been battling Stage 4 cancer.

Hebron Fair scene

Country celebrations across Granite State cheer summer season

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Nothing quite says New England like good old-fashioned summer country fairs, which begin in earnest throughout the Granite State in the next few weeks.

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Scott Brown announces veterans coalition

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U.S. Senate candidates continue to focus on veterans and veterans issues.

Potential deal between ex-LGC subsidiaries, regulators

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Former subsidiaries of the New Hampshire Local Government Center may have reached an agreement with state regulators that would forgo a hearing to decide whether the public insurance administrators keep their quasi-government, tax-free status.

GOP candidates Guinta, Innis square off during debate

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Former Congressman Frank Guinta brushed off a reference to him being a career politician during a congressional candidates' debate on a news radio show Wednesday.

Latest poll points to tight Senate race

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A new poll gauges public opinion of Scott Brown and Jeanne Shaheen in the U.S. Senate race.

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