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More than 800 Keene State College students gathered Monday night for a forum about the Saturday riots on campus.

Keene State College holds student forum on pumpkin riot

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More than 800 Keene State College students and staff crowded into a hall in the Young Student Center for the forum about the...

Woman's dream job at NH firm's Apple sapphire factory lasted one day

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Arave's first day at work for GT on Oct. 6 was also her last day, as the New Hampshire-based company unexpectedly declared...

Neighbor won't be charged in shooting death of Rumney chiropractor

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David Landseadel, 48, of Rumney, was unarmed when his neighbor Edward Healey, 61, shot him in the head during a confrontation...

Despite contract provisions, most Manchester police officers live outside city

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Approximately 70 percent of Manchester's police force lives outside the city, despite provisions in union contracts stating that...

Weekend Top 10 Planner: October 24-26, 2014

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Rain has really dampened the spirits around here - but they will rise again soon - pun intended! This weekend the Ghosts on the...

Plans for Manchester solar array project move forward

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An aldermen's committee has given the green light to a company that wants to build a sprawling solar panel array at the city...

More GT Advanced revelations expected from Tuesday hearing

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Investors, creditors and the public on Tuesday may hear a more definitive account of what led Apple supplier GT Advanced...

Durham's old town hall is reflected in glass at the new town hall, located directly across the street at 8 Newmarket Road. Offices will officially open Friday.

Unexpected costs for Durham Town Hall project put freeze on other projects in town

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An additional $183,000 in unanticipated costs for the new town hall project has affected other town projects.

With a dog working ahead of them to scare up a pheasant, a trio of hunters work their way through a field off Coolidge Woods Road in New Hampton on Saturday morning. New Hampshire's pheasant hunting season runs from Oct. 1 through Dec. 31. This year, 12,260 adult ring-necked pheasants have been released throughout the state's 10 counties.

Despite accidental shooting, officials say mandatory education has made hunting safer

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Despite a hunter-related shooting this past weekend, hunting is a safe sport, said a Fish and Game official who credited...

Nathan LaMontagne, left, who pleaded guilty to his role in  a Bedford home invasion in 2012, speaks with his attorney, Justin Shepherd, at Hillsborough County Superior Court in Manchester for a pretrial hearing earlier this month.

Lookout man in Bedford home invasion case pleads guilty

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The lookout man in the 2012 Bedford home invasion that resulted in brutal injuries to Eduardo and Sonia Quesada pleaded guilty on...

GT Advanced Technology attorney hoping for Apple agreement today to allow more openness in bankruptcy court

An attorney for Apple supplier GT Advanced Technologies said he was “optimistic” the Merrimack N.H., company could sign an agreement with Apple Tuesday, so GT Advanced could shed more light on one of the New Hampshire’s largest bankruptcy filings.

Nashua caretaker wants evidence suppressed in sexual assault case

A Nashua caretaker who is accused of sexually assaulting a man with developmental delays claims whistleblower obtained key evidence illegally.

Former coach from Nashua charged in sex assaults claims confession was involuntary

Defense attorneys for a former Nashua coach accused of sexual assault in the 1980s maintain his confession to police was involuntary.

NH highways have potentialy deadly guardrail end pieces, transportation commissioner says

New Hampshire highways have 1,300 potentially deadly guardrail end pieces whose design was changed after winning federal safety approval.

GT Advanced Technology attorney hoping for Apple agreement today to allow more openness in bankruptcy court

An attorney for Apple supplier GT Advanced Technologies said he was “optimistic” the Merrimack N.H., company could sign an agreement with Apple Tuesday, so GT Advanced could shed more light on one of the New Hampshire’s largest bankruptcy filings.

Nashua caretaker wants evidence suppressed in sexual assault case

A Nashua caretaker who is accused of sexually assaulting a man with developmental delays claims whistleblower obtained key evidence illegally.

Former coach from Nashua charged in sex assaults claims confession was involuntary

Defense attorneys for a former Nashua coach accused of sexual assault in the 1980s maintain his confession to police was involuntary.

NH highways have potentialy deadly guardrail end pieces, transportation commissioner says

New Hampshire highways have 1,300 potentially deadly guardrail end pieces whose design was changed after winning federal safety approval.

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Durham's old town hall is reflected in glass at the new town hall, located directly across the street at 8 Newmarket Road. Offices will officially open Friday.

Unexpected costs for Durham Town Hall project put freeze on other projects in town

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An additional $183,000 in unanticipated costs for the new town hall project has affected other town projects.

A series of sharp exchanges at 2nd CD debate

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Democratic Rep. Annie Kuster and Republican opponent Marilinda Garcia clashed early and often during their 2nd Congressional District debate Monday night. They sparred over health care, education, immigration, abortion and national security during the hour-long NH1 debate on WBIN-TV.

From left, State Rep. Latha Mangipudi, Nashua Alderman Diane Sheehan, Nashua Alderman James Donchess and Congresswoman Annie Kuster gather Monday beside the old railroad bed in Nashua to discuss the importance of bringing commuter rail into New Hampshire.

Kuster: Passenger rail could help to lead manufacturing renaissance in Nashua

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Annie Kuster calls on opponent Marilinda Garcia to pledge to stand with her and fight for rail funding in Washington.

Derry property maintenance ordinance would target unsightly downtown areas

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Following months of work by a committee, councilors are scheduled to discuss Tuesday night the possibility of amending the property code to address abandoned buildings and unsightly areas in town.

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