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All Things New Hampshire: Monday, Dec. 8, 2014


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New Hampshire's Medicaid enrollment is exceeding expectations.

The GOP party in New Hampshire appears divided coming off last week's vote for Speaker.

The moose hunt is cooling off in New Hampshire.

An early Sunday morning police chase in Dover ended quickly.

Two women are recovering from stab wounds after a run-in with a bicyclist early Friday morning.

A victim of carbon monoxide poisoning was remembered for her service as an EMT.

New Hampshire Airmen were recognized for their service and dedication at a ceremony at Pease ANGB Sunday.

Plymouth State is partnering with a crisis intervention agency.

A big win for the UNH Wildcats in the FCS playoffs Saturday.

The Pats take care of business in San Diego after a rough start.

Tough ending for a great season for the New England Revolution in the MLS Cup.

Pets got to get their photos taken with Santa-all for a good cause-on Sunday.

A whole lot of Santa lookalikes in Manchester Saturday.

NH Fish and Game is seeking volunteer fishing instructors.

Outdoor lovers in New Hampshire suggest you start the new year with a hike.

Events we're following from the NH1 Media Center today:

Two Farmington Police officers accused of assaulting a Milton man last year will be in court Monday as their trial gets underway.

The trial of George Satorelli begins Monday. The 60 year-old Boscawen man is accused of raping a young girl in Henniker nearly 30 years ago. He was arrested and charged last year.

20 year-old Nicolas Coker of East Rochester, charged with strangling a four-year-old girl, will be in court at 9am for sentecning as part of a plea deal. Coker said the child threw a Barbie doll at him during an argument that ended when he picked her up by her neck and stuck his fingers down her throat.

At 1pm, Darrien Hess, who's accused of hitting and killing two bicyclists during a race in Portsmouth last September, has a hearing at 1pm in Seabrook on her attorneys' motion to suppress evidence against her.

At 2pm, Manchester police along with with state officials gather to discuss their initiative targeting gang violence in the city.

The Commission that's planning the celebration of New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation-primary meets on Monday.

Top News from around New Hampshire

With help from some Market Basket employees, a purse-snatcher was caught in Portsmouth.

A former state rep's wheelchair-accessible van has been returned after being stolen.

The Union-Leader interviewed some officers involved in some deadly shootings to get their perspective on the incidents, which have come in focus after the controversial shooting in Ferguson.

The casino fight in New Hampshire could be ramping up.

One labor fight galvanized a region, the other has barely registered with most. Could messaging and PR strategy be the difference between the Market Basket and Fairpoint labor disputes?

A gas pipeline proposal would tunnel under the Merrimack and Souhegan rivers.

Could Maine's medical marijuana program serve as a model for New Hampshire?

A Nashua teen says he was pranked by someone who sent the SWAT team to his doorstep.

Concord schools have been trying to address the role of homework in learning, and the effort has had its growing pains.

A Manchester man who's been called the "father of the video game' has died.


The new Speaker says things are off to a smooth start, though other Republicans don't necessarily agree.

A pair of proposed laws would take aim at gas pipelines in New Hampshire.

A board in Rindge has voted not to allow Kinder-Morgan to survey land in their town. The company is considering a pipeline proposal that runs through a number of communities in southern New Hampshire.

Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter is pushing to reimburse teachers for their school supplies.


A man charged in a Nashua accident that killed his son wants to represent himself.

A judge has denied the request of a Sunapee man-charged in an accident on I-89 that killed a couple from Vermont-that he be allowed to question a state police accident reconstruction specialist.

A Milford man accused of terrorizing his girlfriend has been sentenced in a plea deal.


3 men were rescued from the Souhegan River in Amherst Sunday.

A power outage is impacting about 3500 customers in Francestown, New Boston and Weare this morning.

A Laconia woman is accused of stealing equipment from a fire truck.

Newbury police say a local couple is behind a string of burglaries.

A gravel truck was run off the road in Barrington last week and the owners of the truck are looking for witnesses.

A tow truck got a little too close to the Amtrak train in Dover Saturday.

TWo were arrested after seperate violent incidents in Bristol over the weekend.

A 2-alarm fire damaged an industrial building in Brentwood.


We're learning more about what's next for the former UNH goalie kicked off the team after an assault charge.

Other News

A somber ceremony Sunday in Manchester in rememberance of the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941.

Pipeline pushback is coming in many southern New Hampshire communities in the wake of a new proposed route by company owners.

Whitefield is rallying behind a church whose gifts for the needy were stolen.

A fundraiser was held Friday for the family of Fremont's first murder in the town's 250-year history.

The exit 4A project on I-93 in Londonderry is slowly moving forward.

A survey of New Hampshire senior centers suggests some older adults are in need of dental care.

Shipyard bridge work begins Monday.

A former Portsmouth civic leader was laid to rest Sunday.

A dog missing from Florida has turned up in Salem, New Hampshire, but how is a mystery.

"Live Free or Die" isn't exactly humble, is it? A survey claims New Hampshire is one of the nation's least humble states.

National and World News

The body of a South African prisoner of al-Qaida militants, who would have been released on Sunday, is coming home after being killed during a failed US attempt to rescue an American prisoner.

A chapter is closing in the long US involvement in Afghanistan.

Rolling Stone is clarifying its apology on the story of a woman allegedly gang-raped at a UVA fraternity party.

The last Democrat to hold a Senate seat in the "Deep South" has been defeated.

They are a smaller group now, but survivors of the Pearl Harbor attack that led to America's entry in World War II gathered on the 73rd anniversary of the attack.

The first-ever College Football Playoff (for the top-division teams, anyway) was announced Sunday.

British royalty are in the US for an official visit.

Sony's Playstation store was hacked over the weekend, causing headaches for gamers.

Music from a pair of movie soundtracks from 2013 have topped the 2014 year-end bestseller list on iTunes.


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