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The civil unrest in a St. Louis suburb last week attracted national attention. Some in the national media have apparently discovered what Granite Staters have known and have been concerned about for...
Portsmouth's Police Commission made the right decision last week to reject a proposed settlement that would have made the city's police and fire departments approximately $800,000 beneficiaries of an...
As a participant in New Hampshire's first statewide Mental Health First Aid training held last month in Manchester, I am both honored and enthused that my mission over the next 12 months will be to...
Unless the mayor and aldermen can come to an understanding with Chief of Police David Mara that he intends to stay for a specified time, there is nothing keeping him here.
Obamacare includes a rule called the Physician Payment Sunshine Act. It orders companies that make medical products to disclose even bagels they serve doctors and anything valued above $10.
We use the term "hero" too loosely these days.
NH's new texting law is needlessly broad and should be revised in the next session.
Kudos to the Seabrook Police Department for dealing properly with abusive officers.

Panel to probe Portsmouth police officer’s windfall


Residents applauded the prospect of an independent probe into police Sgt. Aaron Goodwin. But some residents and city officials want a review that remains open to the public and not under the control...

Nashua firefighters put out two fires; 14 people forced out in Palm Street blaze


Fourteen people lost their homes when fire in a four-unit Palm Street building left it uninhabitable Wednesday night.

Union Street Market on Union Street in Manchester has had its business license restored  Tuesday after being closed by the city. 

  Thomas Roy/Union Leader

Second Manchester store pledges to stop selling spice


MANCHESTER — A city store owner has said he will no longer sell synthetic marijuana, the second store owner to make such a pledge following the revocation of the...

This car struck a tree on Griffin Road in Londonderry late Monday night, sending its two occupants to hospitals. 


Two injured in late night car crash in Londonderry


Two victims transported to area hospitals, one by DHART helicopter, after crashing into a tree late Monday night.

Hampton Falls woman charged with striking Rye police officer with her car


Officer released from hospital after being struck by distracted driver Saturday

Alleged accomplice of Dover-area burglaries indicted


Joseph Collins, 40, whose last known address is at 3B Broadway St., was charged with four counts of burglary for allegedly being an accomplice of Linda and/or Michael Coughlin.

Somersworth liquor store robbed


Police are asking for help identifying a man who robbed a downtown liquor store Wednesday afternoon.

Portsmouth man indicted for alleged Dover burglary spree


Antwun Whitney, 27, whose last known address is 59 Deer St. #515, Portsmouth, was charged with 10 counts of burglary, three counts of attempted burglary and one count of criminal mischief in...

Laconia set to host annual Citizen Police Academy


The Laconia Police Department says applications are being accepted for Citizen Police Academy.


Vt. man indicted for high-speed chase in Rochester last year


Reuben Adams, 36, whose last known address is 515 Brazier Rd. in Montpelier, Vt., was charged with three counts of reckless conduct after he allegedly put Rochester Police Officer Eric Ball, who was...

Hanover water rescue boat a community effort


Private donations to the Hanover Fire Department has made the purchase of a rescue boat outfitted with additional rescue equipment possible.

Gilford selectman looks into lifting fireworks ban


In towns in the area like Belmont, Meredith, and in the city of Laconia, fireworks are allowed with some restriction, but in this town, they are banned. New Selectman Richard Grenier wants to change...

0 Seabrook police to install cruiser cameras, seeking transparency

20 Judge slams spice search

0 Lawyer: Simple human error resulted in fatal crash

3 Lawyer goes to court to try to reopen Manchester stores closed over ‘spice’

11 No access to spice has regular users complaining, police say

1 Nashua police chief defends new union contract, wage increases

0 Vigil held in Claremont for teens killed in Unity crash

0 Separate hiking parties helped to safety from NH mountains

0 Nashua man arrested following weekend shooting

0 NH police clock motorcyclists at 128 mph on I-93

0 DWI License Revocations recently released by NH DMV

0 State police clock motorcycles at 128 mph, arrest two

0 NH's Concealed-Carry Gun Laws

0 Hiking parties helped to safety from NH mountains

20 Overdoses in Manchester continue, business challenging shutdown

0 Nashua police watch, warn about 'spice' but have not seen any overdoses so far

0 Manchester police partake in Ice Bucket challenge

0 Crash damages utility pole, closes road in Pelham

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

Screen grab from a video purporting to show New Hampshire photojournalist James Foley of Rochester being beheaded at the hands of ISIS.

0 Did a British Jihadist behead NH journalist James Foley in Syria?

0 Cop's $2.7M inheritance should be investigated by pros not some ad hoc triumvirate, say lawyers

0 NH trucker cited after trailer hits sheriff's van operated by driver with suspended license

0 Cops cleared more than 400 times each year for justified homicides, but feds don't even track prosecutions

0 US police given billions from Homeland Security for 'tactical' equipment

0 Reaction to new Durham traffic patterns mixed in wake of cycling fatality

0 Screening panel clears way for medical malpractice trial involving Lakes Region General Hospital

0 Salem boy, 6, earns ride in fire engine for helping elderly neighbor

0 Hot air balloon makes surprise landing on Salem porch

0 Portsmouth fire chief: Use of Narcan saved man

0 Body of infant in auctioned self-storage unit returned, officials eye whether mortician rented other units in R.I. and N.H.

0 In bid to restore trust, cameras approved for Seabrook cruisers article

0 Inmate dong chin-ups on water pipe leads to flood at Belknap County jail

0 US News and World Report - Nicole Hemmer: Libertarians face a Ferguson challenge

0 City's lawsuit against Portsmouth rooming house moving slowly

0 Dartmouth fraternity pledges ordered to swim through feces in boxer shorts among hazing rituals, says book

0 Dover spokesman says heavy rain, not negligence, behind sewer mess

0 Temp Market Basket driver arrested after exchange with pickets

0 Mainers hear about proposed missile defense site to defend East Coast

0 Injured student sues city, schools, over anti-drug presentation rifle mishap that injured 3

0 Family of Merrimack drowning victim looking for answers

0 Death of NH woman on I-84 brings questions about that stretch of highway

0 David C. Alves: State officials must accept that sex offenders can change

0 Mobile home owner claims foul play in afternoon blaze

0 37K illegal immigrant kids sent to US sponsors in 2014; NH received 24 since Jan. 1, Mass. got 989

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