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Vermonters are in an Obamacare nightmare.
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What if Manchester's new Walmart does create a traffic nightmare?
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In the school lunch debate, who is really anti-science?
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Bedford's police chief has a lot to answer for in police stop of state trooper.
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The case for police body cameras is not unmade by the Garner grand jury decision.
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Police officers should live in the communities they serve.
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Clear your car roof, for crying out loud.
HOLLY LAFOND
Editor’s note: Holly Lafond’s great-grandfather was a Manchester firefighter who died in the line of duty in 1919. Michael E. Kelley is among the firefighters honored on the outside wall...
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Remember those VA wait times? They're still here.
A police officer exits his vehicle during a search for an active shooter in the area of Front Street in Manchester Wednesday afternoon.

Police arrest pair after bullets fly

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Manchester police say two men are facing felony reckless conduct charges, after allegedly shooting cars and a building in Hooksett on Wednesday.

Rescuers work to free delivery driver John Hanscom after he became stuck in mud outside a home in Greenland Wednesday.

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Propane driver saved from waist-deep mud

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A longtime employee of D.F. Richard had to be rescued Wednesday after he became stuck in waist-deep mud when he showed up to fill an underground propane tank at a home under construction at 45...

A police officer exits his vehicle during a search for an active shooter in the area of Front Street in Manchester Wednesday afternoon.

Update: Men target practicing face felonies after report of shots fired in Hooksett

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MANCHESTER - Manchester police say two men are in custody and will be charged with reckless conduct after a shooting incident in Hooksett that prompted a large police response this afternoon.

Durham considering a law enforcement firing range

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Durham is considering a firing range where law enforcement may meet firearms training qualifications requirements. It would be temporary and is not in or near any neighborhoods.

Firefighters inspect the chimney area of a Hammond Hill home late Tuesday night as they dealt with a one-alarm fire.

One-alarm fire kept to chimney area of Bridgewater home

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Firefighters from several area communities were called to a Hammond Hill home late Tuesday night for a one-alarm fire.

Nashua woman hurt in Pelham crash

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A Nashua woman was injured Tuesday when her car hit a utility pole, police said.

Man hurt in fall from tree stand in Swanzey

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A 19-year-old man was injured Monday when he fell 15 feet from a tree stand, according to a New Hampshire Fish and Game Department release.

Police pursuit begins in Plaistow, ends at Kingston police station

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A police pursuit that began in Plaistow when a female driver allegedly refused to stop for an officer Tuesday ended at an unlikely place: the entrance to the Kingston Police Department.

Spaulding Turnpike speed limit headed up from 55 to 65

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The speed limit on the Spaulding Turnpike between Exit 9 in Dover and Exit 16 in Rochester will soon be increased from 55 mph to 65 mph, excluding the portion through the Rochester toll plaza.

The 88-bed Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center has patients from six states and New Hampshire.

Effingham rehab center told to come up with plan by Dec. 31

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While praising the thoroughness and conclusions of a state report about the Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center, the New Hampshire Disability Rights Center, which raised the alarm about what it said...

Officials: Manchester's crime rate showing sizable decline

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Members of the Urban Violence Working Group are credited with the quick identification and arrest of a suspect in the shooting of a woman early Friday morning on Merrimack Street.

A chemical spill at Nashua North High School sent six people to the hospital Monday. The spill is under investigation.

Chemical spill at Nashua North sends 6 to hospital

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Six people were transported to the hospital on Monday after a chemical spill at Nashua High School North. The spill is currently under investigation as suspicious in nature.

0 Starting Jan. 1, NH elderly and disabled have more protection

0 Enfield home destroyed by 3-alarm blaze

1 Alleged wife beater reinstated by Derry Fire Department, remains suspended as deputy chief in Chester

0 State: Range of staffing issues led to 'bad outcomes' at Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation

0 Driver loses control, crashes into four vehicles at Hudson auto body shop

1 Chester man taken to hospital for mental health evaulation

0 High Court permits 'reasonable mistakes' by police in searches

4 Tilton selectman volunteers to be shocked with Taser

0 Quick-moving fire destroys Sanbornton garage, cars; house saved

0 Hit-and-run driver knocks out power to more than 30 homes in Plaistow

0 Three injured in Sunday morning Rindge crash

1 Kinder Morgan reveals route for pipeline at Milford meeting

14 Drones above endangering planes in NH

1 Nature vs. man: Keeping the lights on

0 Drone legislation again to get NH House attention

0 Hit and run knocks out power in Plaistow

10 Exeter woman lost on drive home recounts ordeal:'It was just terrifying'

0 Two-alarm fire heavily damages Boscawen home

 NH Angle
Links to news and happenings around the world with a Granite State connection updated daily.

0 Citing terror threat, Berlin asks Uncle Sam to put another $275K Bearcat on credit card

0 Hampton coughs $57K to cut loose fire chief on $1,830/week paid leave since Sept.

0 Michigan man fights $9,300 bill for rescue from NH mountain

0 The Atlantic profiles infamous '87 UNH rape in report on sexual assault on campus

0 NH boasts nation's third best drivers

0 Interested parties await state's next move towards opening dispensaries

0 Safest state New Hampshire's top 10 most dangerous places

0 Somersworth apartment house battles bedbugs

0 Norovirus likely behind Hampstead sickness

0 N.J. man indicted in fatal motorcyle crash in Maine that killed New Boston man

0 No police probe preceded cop's $2.7M inheritance, says captain who was left $25,000

0 Peaceful protest against police brutality draws 80 to Market Square

0 Farmington new fire chief dealing with missing department funds

0 Rochester council considering ordinance to ban needy from solciting motorists

0 EMT delivers great-niece in truck on road

0 Mental health crisis poses challenge for police

0 HIV infections rise among injected drug users

0 Marching for color-blind justice

0 Mason: Injured police chief still not able to patrol

0 Westmoreland fire chief accused of punching man, breaking finger in road rage incident

0 Three arrested in SWAT team raid in Exeter

0 Number of N.H. State Police Troopers increasing for northernmost patrol

0 Hero dog who rescued owners from Wolfeboro fire now hospitalized

0 How to monitor oil spills under the ice? Just go with the floe

0 WaPo: Spending bill hypocritically blocks D.C.’s pot initiative while defunding federal anti-medical marijuana interdiction

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