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0 NH woman, 71, says Bill Cosby drugged and raped her in 1965

0 Hampton groundhog attack spoof photos go viral

0 Firefighters union president rejects Navy conclusion lax practices at shipyard doomed $900M submarine

0 Updated flying car to be tested at Pease

0 Researchers: NH-related $54M federal fraud offers insight into psychology of bribery and government corruption

0 Condescending Colbert turns bullying on 'Free Keene' over liberty activism

0 U.S. Catholic Bishops see Obama immigration decree as a boon

0 Salem High to withdraw from federal lunch program

0 Arson amid divorce proceedings costs couple, judge says insurer doesn't have to pay

0 Bloomberg: Concord's ghost mall: You can roll a quarter across and not hit a soul

0 Harvard prof's PAC violated federal transparency laws backing Reubens in bid to derail Brown

0 NH one 5 best states for African American people say stats

0 Northeast no winter wonderland for refugees from warmer countries

0 NH among Bitcoin firms struggling in industry under siege by feds

0 Medical marijuana dispensary proposed for Epping

0 Gatehouse uses cash infusion to double down on business model that led to bankruptcy

0 Sudanese runner with NH ties hoping to crowdfund way to 2016 Olympics

0 Neighbors protest Lebanon Airport logging plan

0 Former Wildcat van Riemsdyk undergoes successful surgery

0 Dartmouth football uniforms through the decades (Video, Graphics)

0 Scott Brown rejoins Fox News as on-air contributor

0 Alton settles suit over school fire sprinklers

0 Belknap County Commission to appeal ruling, still want nursing home administrator fired

0 N.H.-developed app targets health cost transparency

0 Verizon Wireless works with NH maker of personal presence robot

Nashville Indie Folk-Rock Duo to Perform at the Blue Mermaid Island Grill

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After uprooting from their Nashville home and full-time jobs in June of 2012, the husband and wife duo You Knew Me When set plans to tour the nation for a full year…however, they never stopped.

Police searching for person stealing from cars in Manchester

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Manchester Police are seeking the identity of a man seen in the area of thefts from vehicles Nov. 19. There have been 60 thefts from vehicles since Nov. 1.

Travis Hobbs, seen during his trial, was found not guilty of three charges Friday in Hillsborough County Superior Court in Manchester.

Innocent verdict in vehicle death of former Amherst Fire Chief

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A Hillsborough County Superior Court North jury found Travis Hobbs innocent of all charges in the death of former Amherst Fire Chief John Bachman, who was struck by Hobbs' truck last December.

RAYMOND VALAS

NH Guard Officer convicted of sex trafficking

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NH National Guard Lt. Col. Raymond Valas, 41, was convicted in federal court in Texas of having sex with an underage girl and using the internet to find her.

The former Manchester Police station at 351 Chestnut St.

Tentative deal for old Manchester police station

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The city has reached another tentative deal to sell the former downtown police station, dropping its price again while requiring a nonrefundable $30,000 deposit.

Software upgrade delays grades

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Parents and students will be getting first-quarter report cards a week later than scheduled after a one-week delay because of confusion caused by a software upgrade that changed the way teachers tabulate grades.

DAVID JAIME

MBTA sergeant facing a dozen charges after multiple arrests

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A MBTA Transit Police sergeant accused of assaulting his girlfriend at a Salem house party and violating protective orders was indicted on a dozen charges handed down by a grand jury.

Food drive will benefit Hooksett Food Pantry

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Seabrook-based One More Cup Coffee and Robies Country Store and Cafe are holding a food drive to benefit the Hooksett Food Pantry.

Derry School Board to hold forum on Facility Needs Study

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The Derry School Board will hold a public forum Monday, Nov. 24 to present a report on a recently released Assessment of Educational Facility Needs Study.

Utility pole licensing changes could raise rates in Derry

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If approved, a proposal to change the language of utility pole licenses could ultimately result in increased costs for ratepayers, according to at least one town councilor.

The Heritage Commission was granted approval to apply for a Moose Plate Grant with the intentions to restore a hand-painted backdrop curtain that could be as old as124-years and other repairs to the stage area at Town Hall in the Lyndeborough Center.

Lyndeborough's historic theater curtain may get new life with grant

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A hand-painted curtain that has been in storage since the mid-60s may finally be restored and once again hang the stage at Town Hall in Lyndeborough Center.

Londonderry High forms team to get help for teens struggling with depression

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Londonderry High School staff are teaming up with parents and area care providers as they expand their efforts to reach out to students struggling with depression and other mental health disorders.

Stacey Cole's Nature Talks: 'Caliciopsis Canker' affecting NH white pines

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PINE NEEDLE drop was on the mind of one of our Barrington readers. The letter, slightly edited, follows: “I am a life-long resident of New Hampshire. I was born and raised in Manchester and about 40 years ago I moved to the Barrington/Strafford area, across from the Rochester Reservoir. We have lots of wildlife, deer, bear, birds of prey and lots of other creatures.

Derry councilor wants to begin budget discussion

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Now that a new administrator is on board, Councilor David Fischer has asked that the council begin addressing the Fiscal Year 2016 budget goal at its next meeting.

Derry Battalion Chief calls firefighter son a 'hero' for rescuing two boys from Hood Pond

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Derry Fire Battalion Chief David Hoffman said his son, firefighter Jim Hoffman, displayed, “true grit” in rescuing two boys from the freezing water of Hood Pond Thursday.

Epsom trucker, 65, killed in I-93 crash in Salem

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An Epsom truck driver was killed Friday morning when his truck hit a tow truck on Interstate 93, state police said.

Hundreds of striking FairPoint workers rally in downtown Manchester on Friday.

FairPoint strikers rally; determined to remain strong

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MANCHESTER — An international union president at a noon-time rally Friday told 300-plus striking FairPoint Communications workers that they were on the “front line” of suffering workers.

Portsmouth mechanic arrested Friday on theft charges

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An auto mechanic who allegedly reinstalled shock absorbers last January after giving them a fresh coat of paint, rather than installing new parts, was arrested Friday on theft charges, according to police.

Police looking for person who apparently abandoned dog Friday at Concord Dog Park

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Police are trying to find whoever chained, and apparently abandoned, a dog at the Concord Dog Park Friday afternoon.

The holiday Gift of Lights display opened at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Friday.

Gift of Lights brings thousands for charities in Loudon

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LOUDON – The normally quiet streets and parking lots during the off-season at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway became bright and colorful Friday, as the fourth annual Gift of Lights holiday lighting show began.

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