Dec 14, 2015 5:15 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Monday, December 14, 2015
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A search for a missing 16 year-old boy continues in Nashua after he was last seen on Friday.
Police have identified the driver who died after rollover crash during a police chase on Route 101 Saturday.
Army Ranger Andrew Aimesbury, killed last week during a live fire training exercise in Georgia, is being remembered by those who knew him in New Hampshire as an "extraordinary man".
A pedestrian in Manchester was killed in an accident Saturday night.
Police have released the name of a man who died in a towing accident in Newmarket last week.
A New Hampshire man was tracked down in Peru and charged with running a child sex trafficking ring.
Police are looking for a man accused of stealing a car in Gilford and attempting to break into an ATM by backing into it.
The NH1 Political Report takes a look at rare bipartisan consensus on an issue in Concord and more.
A Massachusetts man is facing indecent exposure charges for an incident at the Wal-Mart in Rochester Sunday morning.
A traffic stop in Concord over the weekend led to the arrest of a fugitive wanted in Georgia.
For the third time in the last week, State Police have arrested someone for driving the wrong way on a local highway. It's the second time this past weekend a wrong-way driver was arrested.
A Manchester man was stopped on I-93 for speeding for the second time this week.
A Pelham teenager is facing reckless driving charges after police say they clocked him travelling at 107 miles per hour.
A fire that burned a vacant house in Concord Saturday is under investigation.
Police in Laconia have charged a man they say threatened a woman and then a police officer by waiving around a stick, then demanded that police shoot him.
Laconia Police arrested a man Friday evening who reportedly tried to enter a car where a mother and her 10-year-old daughter were sitting.
Traffic was disrupted and school officials prepared for bus routes to be interrupted on Friday before investigators in North Hampton learned that a suspicious package they were treating as a bomb scare turned out to be a baby bath toy.
Some people who drive a stretch of Route 9 between Chesterfield and Hillsboro call it "Death Alley"-and now the Department of Transportation says it's adding rumble strips in order to reduce the number of accidents.
Gun dealers along the Seacoast are seeing a boost in sales after the recent mass shooting in San Bernadino in Manchester.
A big win for the Pats on Sunday, who reclaim the top playoff seed in the AFC after two rivals lost.
Several communities in the Keene area are taking a closer look at a nationwide program that encourages children to bike or walk to school.
The warm, snow-free December is good news for local golfers, who took advantage of the good weather to tee it up.
Members of the Nashua Patrolmen's Association took kids Christmas shopping over the weekend.
A Hampstead man is sharing his fight against cancer in a video documentary.
Oregano the seal was returned to the wild Saturday just over 2 months after being rescued from the beach in Rye.
Events we're following from the NH1 Media Center
Adrien Stillwell is expected in court today. Stillwell's the second man arrest in connection with the shooting death of Michael Pittman outside his home in Manchester last month.
Democratic Presidential candidate and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders arrives for 2 days of campaigning in New Hampshire, starting with a meeting with students at Nashua Community College at 1:30 p.m. He'll then attend a town hall meeting at the Lawrence Barn Community Center in Hollis at 5:30pm.
Congressman Frank Guinta holds a seniors' town hall meeting this afternoon at the Carol Rines Center in Manchester.
Results from New Hampshire's Smarter Balanced testing show that while students from more affluent communities tend to score better than their counterparts in poorer communities, it isn't always the case.
The family of a Manchester Police officer shot and killed by a teenager nearly 40 years ago is upset the now-54-year-old is being transferred to a less secure facility.
One mother on the Seacoast is opening up about the painful struggle her family has had dealing with her daughter's heroin addiction.
Concord will have a cold-weather shelter this winter, though not everyone in the city thinks it's the best solution. The homeless community in Concord is mourning after the death of one of their own, and some people are wondering if more could be done.
A church in Pembroke is going to court after town officials rejected their plan to have an electronic sign with religious messages on its property.
Religious leaders around the Seacoast are weighing in on Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump's proposal to bar Muslims entry into the U.S.
Heading into Tuesday's Republican Presidential candidates debate, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul says don't pay attention to the polls.
Supporters of Hillary Clinton are going door-to-door to drum up support for their candidate in 2016.
Durham's Town Council is set to approve a budget for 2016.
A report from Manchester's deputy city solicitor suggests that there may have been a violation of city charter in the vote to approve a new contract with city teachers.
A judge has ruled selectmen in Tuftonboro have twice violated the state's right-to-know law.
Claremont's city manager is retiring.
20 years after a World War II vet was found dead and his home burned, family members are hoping someone will come forward with new information this Christmas season.
A Massachusetts woman has been charged after a 5-vehicle crash on the Everett Turnpike Sunday night.
Police in Salem say they've charged a man with trying to set fire to his mother's porch.
Police say an elderly driver likely suffered a medical issue before a crash in Epping Sunday morning.
A not-so-happy birthday for a man in Laconia, who police say was under the influence when he got into an accident Friday night.
A search for a paddleboarder reported to be in distress off the coast of Rye was suspended after searchers found no evidence of any paddleboarder was found.
A judge is ruling on several motions associated with the 3 year-old negligent homicide case of a man involved in a December 2012 accident in Nashua that killed his fiancee.
An Atkinson woman is suing a beauty supply store in Massachusetts, claiming a can of wax that fell from a box of beauty items left her with a severe head injury.
A jury deadlocked Friday on assault charges for a former state trooper accused of punching his now ex-wife in the face.
A Derry woman is headed to jail after pleading guilty to biting a lip off of a musician in Massachusetts.
An Exeter teen accused in a violent drug-related robbery in 2014 is expected to have his trial next year.
A business group in downtown Nashua wants feedback on the recent Holiday Stroll.
A family in Canterbury wants town selectmen to take a position on the proposed Northern Pass transmission line staff.
The battle for wind turbines along a ridge in Antrim is heating up.
The craft brewery business in New Hampshire is thriving.
The Salvation Army says it's behind on its donations.
The weather has been mild, but winter is coming, and Seacoast homeless shelters are gearing up for the colder temperatures.
Hundreds took part in an "Orange Walk" to call for an end to gun violence on the 3-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook killings.
Pedestrians got a sneak preview of the new Broad Street Parkway in Nashua.
A Manchester High School West student has been selected to be one of 5 singers to complete a boy band after a singing competition on Univision.
A UNH chemist is bringing a heart-healthy coffee to the market, using some of the anti-oxidants found in red wine.