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A woman reads alert on Ebola inside the Bellevue Hospital where Dr. Craig Spencer is being treated for Ebola symptoms in New York October 23, 2014. Spencer, who worked in West Africa with Ebola patients, tested positive for Ebola and is in isolation at the hospital. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH)

New York doctor who worked in West Africa tests positive for Ebola


Ebola turned up in the nation's largest city Thursday when a Manhattan doctor who had treated Ebola victims in Africa tested positive for the potentially deadly virus, officials confirmed.

CDC to implement monitoring for West African visitors


The U.S. will soon require every airline passenger from Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia who arrives in one of six states to undergo 21 days of official monitoring for symptoms of Ebola.


Anonymous tip leads to arrest of moose poacher

Barry Caswell of Wolfeboro is accused of shooting a moose out of season and then burying the carcass on his York Road property.

Wind farm opposition does not deter Executive Council OK of Berlin project

Despite opposition, the Executive Council voted 4-1 to approve $4 million in financing for a five-turbine wind farm in Berlin.

Missing Mason man found dead

The body of a missing Mason man was found in the woods behind his home after an overnight search on Monday.

Funding for Berlin wind farm up for council hearing Wednesday

A proposal for $4.1 million in Business Finance Authority financing for a Berlin wind farm project is expected to be opposed Wednesday at a public hearing before the Executive Council.

Hollis officials seek to protect conservation lands from pipeline project

Town officials are pleading with federal and state agencies to spare the town’s conservation easements as the Northeast Energy Direct pipeline project moves forward.

Dartmouth scholar to co-lead Arctic initiative

Dartmouth College and the University of Alaska Fairbanks scholars have been tapped to lead a new Fulbright Arctic Initiative.

Receipt reveals juvenile was behind trash found in Nottingcook Forest

The identity of the person who illegally dumped trash and refuse in Nottingcook Forest was discovered by police and the trash has been removed by that person

This photo, provided in a presentation to Manchester officials by American Capital Energy, shows the 1.85 megawatt solar-energy array at the Mashpee, Mass., landfill. American Capital Energy is proposing a 2 megawatt array at the Manchester landfill.

City landfill could host state’s largest solar farm

Thousands of tons of buried trash on the outskirts of the city could, if all goes according to plan, give rise to the state’s largest solar installation.


Two new tanks would sink nearly obsolete reservoir


The city's water company is taking steps to replace the 20-million-gallon reservoir on Mammoth Road with two 50-foot tall storage tanks, officials announced this week.

Hassan won't ask for vote on new members of utility project evaluation panel


Gov. Maggie Hassan is not expected to ask the Executive Council to vote today on her two nominations to the Site Evaluation Committee, which decides on major utility projects such as wind farms and...

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