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0 Fugitive bullmastiff dog involved in fatal attack in Mass. captured in NH

0 Keene pumpkin riot probe turns to technology inspired by Boston Marathon bombing

0 Judge OKs sale of widows home in Portsmouth cop's claim to $2.7M inheritance

0 Families file suit against Crotched Mountain Foundation, alleging their children were abused

0 The illicit love affair behind federal land grab in White Mountains

0 UNH coed killer Mazzaglia attends hearing on foiled escape plan

0 Breitbart Reporter: I was thrown out of Jeanne Shaheen event

0 Jeanne Shaheen flip flops again: Opposes Ebola travel ban, but supports 'self-quarantine' efforts

0 Scarborough: Democratic Party 'Very worried' for Jeanne Shaheen, she looked 'a little angry' during debate

0 Shaheen throws Democrats under Obamacare bus

0 Legal questions loom in Blackwater convictions

0 Lawmakers eye double-dipping government employees

0 Battle continues over illegal island home

0 Liberty activist Rich Paul loses appeal of drug conviction, claimed judge mishandled jury nullification instructions

0 Hampton's Jimmy Dunn ready for primetime TV sitcom debut

0 Dairy tale: 42 stops, 4 cones a day on New Hampshire Ice-Cream trail

0 No retreat: Shea-Porter says naysayers don't understand Obamacare

0 Lowell man who found 1969 slay scene as child breaks his silence

0 Forgery hidden among NH art collection for show

0 The Atlantic: NH town explores what happens when students control their own education

0 Bloomberg: NH How to Waste Money and Annoy Voters

0 Montana eyes whether Dartmouth College 'research' mailer violates that state's election laws

0 Supreme court says trust's suit against Pelham can go ahead

0 How NY bullying cost NH it's western half

0 Sanders visits Dartmouth to urge students to vote against GOP in NH election

Police want to know what Goffstown stakeholders think

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The Goffstown Police Department is gearing up for its biannual community survey to determine where the police force should be directing the majority of its focus in the community.

Manchester fire victim was Army vet who had recently moved to city

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A fatal Amherst Street fire was caused by the victim, who fell asleep with a lit cigarette, according to fire and police officials.

Separate charges to be tried on same date

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Jonathan Hayward is accused of stealing his then-girlfriend's laptop and pawning it and later driving after his license was suspended, again.

State DOT commissioner to leave post for position at UNH

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State Department of Transportation Commissioner Chris Clement will leave his post to become the vice president of finance and administration for the University System of New Hampshire, Gov. Maggie Hassan said in a statement.

Manchester zoning may be slowing housing market

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Many communities need to reassess “fairly hostile” zoning policies and adapt to changing demographics, allowing such things as carving out a separate apartment within a single-family home for elderly parents or returning adult children, a state housing official said Friday.

Gov. Maggie Hassan and her Republican challenger, Walt Havenstein, debated Friday at a meeting of the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce at Derryfield Country Club.

Hassan, Havenstein spar over education

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Hassan and Havenstein disagree over best approach to take to spur economic growth and keep young people in the state.

Mark Richardson faces felony assault charge.

Ex-Seabrook cop says he was 'in fear' during assault on suspect

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Ex-Seabrook police officer Mark Richardson told a town-hired investigator that he was “in fear” of a drunken driving suspect when he allegedly slammed his head into a concrete wall while escorting him down a hallway inside the police station.

Quarantinefor returning Ebola-zone health workers

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New York and New Jersey will automatically quarantine all medical workers returning from Ebola-hit West African countries, and the U.S. government is considering the same step after a doctor who treated patients in Guinea came back infected, officials said on Friday.

Windham charter school group gaining an ally

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After many months of debate, the Educational Choices Foundation (ECF), the nonprofit group hoping to build a public charter school in Windham, has reached an agreement with the local school district.

Thieves target cars in Hollis neighborhood

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Property was stolen over the last several nights from vehicles parked in the Federal Hill Road and Broad Street area of the town, police report.

Former Windham skate park eyed for space for seniors

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The site of the former Windham skate park may soon be transformed into a place for local seniors to enjoy the outdoors.

Children invited to attend Woodland Storybook Walk in Wilton

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The enchanted woodlands at Pine Hill Waldorf School will come alive with storybook characters Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to foster the imagination of children. Woodland Storybook Walk is designed to be a non-scary Halloween alternative for families with young children.

Grant to help child abuse victims find their voice

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One nonprofit organization in Nashua is providing financial assistance to another nonprofit group aiming to decrease child abuse.

Newly named Town Administrator Galen Stearns, center, speaks with Councilor Al Dimmock, left, and property owner Ralph Valentine Thursday night.

Few attend Derry’s meet and greet for new administrator

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Despite advance notice, almost no one turned out Thursday night for a chance to meet newly named Town Administrator Galen Stearns.
Only property owner Ralph Valentine showed up at 6 p.m. to meet Stearns and ask a few questions in the third-floor meeting room of the Municipal Center.
The only other person to show up during the hour-long scheduled meeting was Kristi St. Laurent, a candidate for the District 19 State Senate.

Goffstown indoor golf simulator receives OK to serve alcoholic beverages

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Golf Fix Studio, an indoor golf simulation facility located in the Shaw’s Plaza 553 Mast Road, which opened in August, won approval from the Planning Board to open a bar serving alcoholic beverages and wine inside the business.

New home sales at 6-year high; but recovery still fragile

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Sales of new single-family homes rose to a six-year high in September, but a sharp downward revision to August's sales pace indicated the housing recovery remains tentative.

Last week's Rare Bird Alert

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This is New Hampshire Audubon's Rare Bird Alert for Wednesday, Oct. 22.

Stacey Cole's Nature Talks: Owls are a treat for the ears but very rarely for the eyes

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WE KNOW not always who are kings by day, but the king of the night is the bold brown owl.” So wrote Brian Walter Proctor (1787-1874) in stanza three of his poem, “The Owl.”

Michael Willinsky

... no trial date set yet

Judge lifts no-contact order

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DERRY — A cautious circuit court judge Friday agreed to remove a no-contact order against Chester Deputy Fire Chief Michael Willinsky, who is charged with assaulting his wife and violating a restraining order.

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Suspected rioter faces felony charge in Keene

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A Chichester man has been arrested in connection to the pumpkin festival riots Saturday, police said Thursday night.

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