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All Things New Hampshire: Monday, July 27, 2015


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The body of a Vermont man who went missing while swimming Sunday has been found in the Connecticut River near Littleton.

The search continues for 2 missing inmates.

The state's prescription drug monitoring program is off to a promising start.

There's a scam warning for customers of AT&T Wireless.

A jury has found a Hinsdale man guilty of 10 counts of sexual abuse involving two girls.

Two people were seriously hurt in a rollover crash in Dover Saturday.

With Lakeview Neurorehabilitation Center closing, the families of the people who live there are scrambling to find new placements for their loved ones.

GOP Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee is taking heat for comments he made comparing the nuclear deal with Iran to the holocaust.

Thousands turned out to support veterans during the "Seacoast Salutes" event Saturday.

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Catholic Medical Center in Manchester is holding an event announcing they'll give out special "tick bracelets"-used to capture and hold ticks you find on you while outdoors so they can be tested for Lyme disease-to kids to raise awareness of ticks and tick bites.

Attorneys for Whitey Bulger are in court today, seeking an appeal on Bulger's racketeering charges.

GOP Presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie holds a town hall meeting in Keene tonight at 6pm.

Another GOP hopeful, South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, appears in Derry today.

Democratic Presidential candidate and former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley campaigns in Manchester today.

The Fisher cats expect to welcome their 4 millionth fan tonight.

2 New Hampshire K9s are up for an award tonight at Fenway Park.

Top News

The family of the man shot and killed by two police officers after he reportedly lunged at them with a knife wants more answers about the circumstances leading to his death.

The family of Carrie Moss, the 14 year-old who disappeared 26 years ago last weekend and was later found dead, is also looking for answers.

The paycheck for the state's "drug czar" may depend on the decision of a legislative panel this week.

The death of a baby living at a homeless shelter for pregnant women and mothers remains under investigation.

Police are investigating a Sunday afternoon bank robbery in Bedford.

The Department of Justice is investigating a gun shop in Londonderry after one of its owners last week declared it a "Muslim-free zone" on a social media site.

The owner of a gunpowder plant convicted in an explosion that left two workers dead could soon walk free after a home invasion left the key witness against him dead.

The Pentagon is asking people NOT to station themselves outside military recruiting centers.

Cancer rates among firefighters are a growing concern.


A new poll shows Donald Trump atop the Republican field for likely NH voters.

Kentucky Senator and GOP Presidential candidate Rand Paul campaigned in Windham over the weekend.

Former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley spoke to St. Paul's students on Sunday as his Democratic Presidential campaign visited Concord.

Senator John McCain may be joining Lindsey Graham on the campaign trail in New Hampshire.

More than 100 people have filed candidacies for upcoming elections in Manchester.


The trial for a Manchester carpenter accused of sexually assaulting a 6 year-old while doing work at a home in Nashua has been postponed.


The cause of last week's fire at a home in Farmington remains under investigation.

Police in Concord have charged a pizza shop worker on charges he was dealing drugs out of the restaurant.

Police say a Rochester woman has been charged with filing a false report after claiming someone threw a dog out of a moving car.

A Kingston woman is facing DWI charges after hitting a tree with her motorcycle over the weekend.


Public meetings discussing the Kinder-Morgan pipeline proposal will be held this week.

Planet Fitness went public this morning.

Rand-Whitney is planning to relocate its business from Portsmouth to Dover.


Red Sox legend Pedro Martinez was inducted into baseball's Hall of Fame Sunday.

Other News

Two informa­tion sessions are planned to gather public input on a new hut in Crawford Notch State Park being proposed through a part­nership with the Appala­chian Mountain Club and the State of New Hamp­shire.

The defunct iron bridge in Milford known as the Green Bridge is scheduled to be demolished the first week in August.

National and World News

Hundredsgathered in Southeast Texas for a vigil and march in memory of Sandra Bland, the Illinois woman found dead in a jail days after her arrest during a traffic stop.

Fiat Chrysler's been ordered to buy back 500,000 pickups.

The daughter of Whitney Houston has died months after she was found unresponsive in a bathtub.


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