Nov 13, 2015 9:50 AM

All Things New Hampshire: Friday, November 13, 2015

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3 people have been arrested in the overdose death of Spaulding High student Eve Tarmey-including her own mother.

The third person being sought in the case, not yet in custody when police made their announcement Thursday, was taken into custody shortly after the news conference.

Relatives are talking about Eve Tarmey's love for life and her family.

The Rochester Youth Center says it's working to encourage teens to turn away from drugs in the wake of Eve Tarmey's death.

A judge is considering a request by a terminal cancer patient that would allow her to get medical marijuana for treatment now instead of waiting for the state's program to get underway early next year.

Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum filed his candidate papers in Concord Thursday, and in a 1-on-1 interview with NH1 News took shots at fellow candidates Donald Trump and Ted Cruz.

Presidential candidates are warning that New Hampshire's first-in-the nation primary status is in jeopardy.

A Manchester ambulance provider is giving us new numbers on what they're dealing with on the streets in terms of drug overdoses.

Bandana-wearing thieves in Laconia have residents there on high alert.

Former Seabrook Police Officer Mark Richardson is facing 3 weeks in jail for assaulting a suspect by slamming his head into a wall at the police station in an incident caught on camera.

A New Hampshire Department of Corrections employee in Berlin is facing charges he tried to bring $67,000 worth of drugs to inmates inside the prison.

Police in Manchester say a white man with a neck tattoo is being sought in connection with a bank robbery in Manchester Thursday.

Manchester Police have also charged a man with trying to steal headphones and an iPhone from a man on the street.

One person is under arrest and a second is being sought after a report of an assault when a man opened the front door of his home in Manchester.

A Pittsfield man is facing charges he was selling crystal meth.

3 men have been arrested in connection with a September burglary in Nashua.

NH1 News investigates the recruiting efforts of the Manchester Police department as they work to get more people to join the force.

NH1 News has learned that former VP Dick Cheney will appear at the state Republican Party's presidential candidates forum scheduled for January.

The Patriots getting ready to play the Giants game this Sunday without RB Dion Lewis, lost for the year to an ACL injury.

A Bedford Baker has become an international champion in a cake design Olympics.

Stories we're following from the NH1 Media Center

Two of the three people charged in the death of Eve Tarmey, Mark Ross and Jazzmyn Rood, are expected to make their initial court appearance today in Rochester.

Governor Hassan, Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas, Attorney General Joe Foster, and Manchester Police Chief Nick Willard are among those attending a day-long conference in Bedford focusing on the state's opioid crisis.

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul officially files papers for his Presidential candidacy in Concord. He attends a town hall meeting in Portsmouth this evening.

Former Florida Governor continues his presidential campaign in New Hampshire with a town hall meeting in Franklin.

GOP candidate and former NY Governor George Pataki joins us for our NH1 News Fiscal Friday Forum from the Rudman Center at 10am. Hear it on 99.1 NH1 News.

Top News from around New Hampshire

The U.S. Military says it's carrying out airstrikes targeting 'Jihad John' the man shown in an ISIS video beheading Rochester journalist James Foley. Foley's parents say reports one of the airstrikes killed the man who killed their son gives them no solace.

The owner of Lakeport Landing in Laconia says that despite the city’s claim that it can do as it wishes with a piece of land abutting her family business now that the lease is up, there is proof that her late father was given a right of first refusal to buy the property.

The New Hampshire Di­vision of Children, Youth and Families will review a series of proposed chang­es to agency records and report back to the state's recently created Child Fa­talities Commission next month with its recommen­dations.

New information may be coming next week in a 30 year-old cold case in Allenstown involving the death of a woman and 3 young girls.


Two Presidential candidates-one Democrat, one Republican-have had challenges to their candidacy filed in New Hampshire.

Republican Presidential candidate John Kasich says his policies are realistic.

Senator Kelly Ayotte says the IRS has implemented a policy change she requested that allows victims of tax-related identity theft to obtain copies of the fraudulent returns filed in their names.

The Department of Energy has released a supplemental impact statement on the proposal to bury an additional 52 miles of the 192-mile Northern Pass transmission line project, and will hold public hearings on the document next month.

The Smarter Balanced Assessment tests are out, and show that Concord elementary schools are scoring below the state average.

Portsmouth-area lawmakers are submitting legislation in the hopes of helping the city recoup more rooms and meals tax money.

It's been nearly a year, but Rochester is finally getting federal money to help offset costs they picked up during the Blizzard of 2015.

Starting January 1st, 1st-time DWI offenders can apply for limited driving privileges while their license is suspended.

A Coos County Planning board vote on the proposed renovation of the Balsams resort is set for next month.

Carroll County is getting compensated for its overpayments to its health plan because the County's former business manager left dozens of people-some dead-on the rolls after they no longer worked for the county.

After ending their union contract with the school system's custodians, the Nashua Board of Education is now looking for private firms to take over the duties.


Police in Hampton say a 20-year-old Salem man is facing charges that he and a Massachusetts man have stolen more than $50,000 worth of cash, jewelry and other valuables from beachgoers last summer, police said.

Manchester store clerks and a customer teamed up to thwart the theft of a bottle of wine at a convenience store on Thursday night.

Police have arrested a man following an incident at a home in Cornish where a man had to be ordered by police to drop his shotgun while walking out of the home.

Exeter Police are looking for a suspect in a robbery at a Walgreen's store Thursday night.

Kingston Police are investigating the robbery of a gas station last Saturday morning.

The Strafford County Regional Dispatch Center has been hit with a virus.


There's plans to build a mutli-use development area near the Merrimack Premium Outlets.

Other News

A whistle-blowing police officer in Portsmouth was honored last night with the Loeb School 1st Amendment Award.

3 state Welcome Centers in northern New Hampshire are re-opening for the winter.

There's a restaurant in Concord that's a frequent stop for Presidential candidates after they file their papers at the State House.


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