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All Things New Hampshire: Monday, June 8, 2015


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A State Police commander is on leave and facing domestic assault charges in an incident involving his brother, who's also been charged.

A woman seriously injured by shards of a broken bat that flew into the stands at Fenway Park during the Sox-A's game Friday night remains in serious condition.

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush made a quick stop in New Hampshire Sunday as he visited his mother in Maine for her 90th birthday celebration.

While a new poll shows that Granite Staters feel better about their finances, they're not so confident in the US economy.

The Telegraph of Nashua reports that Narcan use in New Hampshire has more than doubled.

A father and his teenage son were seriously injured after a Saturday afternoon motorcycle crash in Concord.

A driver in Newfields was flown to a Boston hospital after an accident Friday evening on Route 85.

Police in Hudson are investigating the vandalism of a pair of headstones at St. Patrick's Cemetery sometime over the weekend.

Dover Police have arrested a man wanted on charges of stalking and witness tampering.

A State Police sobriety checkpoint in Bow netted 4 arrests over the weekend.

A reported hostage situation in Stratham Friday night turned out to be a hoax.

A car accident Friday led State Police to arrest a woman wanted in Londonderry on drug charges.

Law enforcement and first responders were honored Sunday during a parade from Boscawen to Concord.

Governor Hassan has announced a new round of job training grants.

A sampling effort is underway along the Connnecticut River to make sure it stays clean and free of contaminants.

A pair of big donations are coming to Dartmouth College.

Events we're following from the NH Media Center

The Newseum in Washington, DC, rededicates its Journalists Memorial at 10 a.m. in an annual ceremony that recognizes men and women who died or were killed in the pursuit of news. Among those being added this year: Rochester's James Foley as well as Steve Sotloff, who went to school in NH.

Oral arguments are being heard today in US District Court regarding a lawsuit that challenges the state's ban on so-called "ballot selfies"-taking pictures of the ballot you voted with and posting them on social media.

The Northeast Association of State Departments of Agriculture meet today and tomorrow in New Haven, Connecticut, to discuss issues ranging from avian flu to food safety.

The 11 candidates vying to be the next Rockingham County Sheriff will make their pitches at the Hilton Auditorium at the Rockingham County Nursing Home tonight at 6:30pm.

Carly Fiorina is back in New Hampshire tonight, attending a gathering at a home in Londonderry.

Top News from around New Hampshire

A computer glitch may have incorrectly certified more than 100 New Hampshire police officers to administer breathalyzer tests, which could jeopardize a large number of drunk-driving cases.

Center Harbor's Police Chief is OK after being hit by a car Saturday night driven by a man later charged with drunk driving.

State Police in Massachusetts are investigating a weekend crash involving a Mercedes owned by newly resigned Patriots linebacker Brandon Spikes.

After a highly critical report of the handling of Portsmouth Police Sergeant Aaron Goodwin's multi-million dollar inheritance from an elderly woman, police officials are defending their response.

Fallen Brentwood Police Officer Stephen Arkell and retiring Manchester Police Chief David Mara were among the honorees at Law Enforcement Day during Sunday's Fisher Cats game in Manchester.

State officials say New Hampshire first responders spent more than $2 million on Narcan in 2014.

A former state energy official is warning that an agreement approved by lawmakers could allow Eversource to hike its charges for ratepayers like you.

3 years after an Exeter hospital technician stole painkillers intended for patients and left behind dirty syringes, hospital safety remains a work in progress.

A nonprofit named after 3 year-old Brielle Gage, the Nashua toddler whose mother is facing charges in her death last November, is hoping to curb child abuse in New Hampshire.

New Hampshire is facing a foster family shortage.

Despite being derecognized by Dartmouth and losing an appeal to allow its members to live in its mansion, Alpha Delta fraternity members hope to find a way to stay.

Rescuers in the North Country had to carry a Massachusetts man for seven hours after he injured his leg hiking in a remote area.


Now-official Presidential candidate and former Texas Governor Rick Perry made campaign stops in New Hampshire Sunday.

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul continued his trip to New Hampshire Saturday with a stop in Barrington.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie heard about the state's drug problem during his visit to the Granite State Friday.

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders spoke to a crowd of about 1,000 during a visit to Keene on Saturday.

Republican Ben Carson has named the state chair of his presidential campaign.

Manchester and Nashua have both fallen short of federal requirements for student participation in the Smarter Balanced Assessment test.

The former head of the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce is officially announcing a bid to become the city's next mayor.

A committee in Portsmouth is proposing to hike rates at the city's parking garage downtown.

Neighbors in Newmarket are rallying to block a proposed 4-unit condo building in a historic part of town.


A judge has denied a request to reinstate bail for Steven Amazeen, who will be retried later this year on charges connected to a 2012 standoff outside his former home in Lee that ended when he was shot by police.


State Police say a 19 year-old woman from Fremont has died after a rollover crash on Route 101 in Candia Sunday night.

A utility pole was cut in half during an accident in Rochester Sunday, and police say the driver may have fallen asleep.

A Goffstown man has been charged with threatening another resident with a knife Sunday night.


The Monarchs won in game 2 of the Calder Cup Finals Sunday, and now lead the series 2-0.

Despite 2 star players being out with injury, LeBron James and the Cavs were able to even the NBA Finals with a win over the Warriors Sunday night.


New Hampshire's monthly foreclosures have hit their lowest mark in 9 years.

Amtrak Downeaster ridership is way down in 2015, though officials are blaming the winter and delays in track maintenance.

There are some hot jobs available in New Hampshire-the question is, who's qualified to hold them?

It's boom or bust for New Hampshire's defense contractors-some are in high demand, while others have been impacted by sequestration.

A company with a stake in the ongoing debate over the proposed Kinder-Morgan natural gas pipeline has filed comments with the Public Utilities Commission in favor of the plan, all in the name of reducing energy costs.

Opponents of the Northern Pass project gathered in the North Country Sunday to plan their next steps.

Plans for a electronic cigarette manufacturing plant in Colebrook appear to have stalled. (You were expecting "gone up in smoke", maybe?)

Other News

Concord unveiled the items contained in a time capsule 50 years ago at a special ceremony Sunday night.

New Hampshire's oldest living Marine died Sunday at the age of 94.

It was an emotional graduation ceremony for seniors at Profile High School Friday, as the principal for whom they donated class trip money to aid her cancer battle was on hand to congratulate them.

A Raymond woman helped a friend she hadn't seen in 40 years-by donating her kidney.

Bike Week is just a few days away from kicking off in Laconia, and organizers are hoping for a safe and rain-free week.

Belmont's refurbished town bandstand is open for business once again.

A celebration of life was held Saturday for a former Oyster River High School teacher found dead in burning car last month.

American Idol Alex Preston performed at a special event kicking off Mont Vernon Public Library's Summer reading program.

National and World News

The search is on for 2 men who pulled a "Shawshank Redemption"-style escape from prison in New York over the weekend.

Police reportedly used tear gas on a crowd after things got out of hand outside of a hip-hop concert at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey Sunday.

A police officer is on leave in Texas after getting caught on camera pushing a 14 year-old girl wearing a bathing suit to the ground and pointing a gun at other teens after responding to a report of a disturbance.

The Tony Awards were held Sunday night.


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