Mar 16, 2015 11:12 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Monday, March 16, 2015
Stories that have us clicking on NH1.com
Wisconson Governor Scott Walker, a potential 2016 presidential candidate, was in New Hampshire over the weekend, and spoke with NH1 News.
Former Texas Governor Jeb Bush talked with NH1 Political Director Paul Steinhauser about his approach to campaigning in New Hampshire as he ramps up an expected 2016 bid.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz was also in the Granite State Sunday, talking to residents of Barrington and NH1 News.
Carly Fiorina will be back in New Hampshire Tuesday hosting a fundraiser for 1st District Congressman Frank Guinta.
An arrest was made Saturday in a Nashua homicide investigation.
Nearly 900 people lost power after a car accident in Bow on Saturday.
Neighbors in Salem are waiting for a dog they say is dangerous to move out of the neighborhood.
There were a number of power outages reported Sunday during snowy, icy weather.
Texting while driving is being blamed for a crash at the Bedford tolls on the Everett Turnpike Saturday.
A Hooksett man has been accused of assaulting his ex-wife.
Manchester firefighters were kept busy by a fire at a hair salon over the weekend.
2 people have been charged with drug possession in Hooksett.
A woman from Massachusetts was hurt in a single-sled snowmobile accident near Littleton Saturday morning.
Shoplifting charges for a Manchester man in Hooksett.
NH1 State House reporter Kevin Landrigan has obtained a letter that warns of dire consequences should the Health and Human Services budget be cut by legislators.
It's official: this is the snowiest winter in Boston's recorded history.
Replacement work continues on the Sarah Long Bridge connecting Portsmouth and Kittery.
The U.S. Forest service is looking for your feedback on the road system in the White Mountain National Forest.
The "Winni Dip" was held over the weekend to raise money for Special Olympics New Hampshire.
Stories we're following from the NH1 Media Center
The Nashua teen arrested over the weekend in connection with a stabbing death Thursday night is scheduled to be in court this morning.
Senator Jeanne Shaheen is in Somersworth today visiting Tradeport USA as she discusses her opposition to an internet sales tax.
Portsmouth's City Council will meet tonight with over $30 million in proposed projects on the agenda. They will also hold a public hearing on a revised taxi ordinance intended to include regulations for ride-sharing services like Uber, even though Uber officials say it won't work.
Top News from around New Hampshire
Slick roads led to some messy conditions Sunday, and contributed to an accident in Rochester.
With lots of snow melting fairly quicking in recent days, Seacoast communites are keeping an eye out for flooding issues.
A report of a shooting in Manchester may have been a case of "swatting".
The family of a man stabbed to death in Nashua is speaking out.
Central High School in Manchester is installing a security system, the last school building in the city to do so.
Treatment for those dealing with addiciton are among the features of the expanded Medicaid program in New Hampshire.
Some big money is going to several lobbying firms whose job is to influence legislator's votes.
Henniker voters have approved a plan to replace the town garage and several plows destroyed by fire several weeks ago.
The effort to ban smoking at a Raymond VFW has gone up in smoke-at least for now.
The co-founder of Ben & Jerry's ice cream has now set his sights on revamping campaign finance laws in the US.
Voters in Bow approved full-day kindergarten at their town meeting.
Rochester's mayor is appointing a panel to study whether or not he and the City Council should get raises.
Some Hampton officials are threatening to pull town services from the beach unless the state gives back a little more of what it collects from tourism in the area.
The Timberlane School officials will decide this week on the future of Sandown Central Elementary School.
A Manchester man has been indicted on charges he used his GPS to orchestrate an attack on his ex-wife in Portsmouth.
The court manuevering continues in the trial of Genevieve Kelley, the Whitefield woman who's accused of disappearing with her 8 year-old child during a custody dispute more than 10 years ago.
A jury is deliberating in the case of a Nashua city worker who claims he owes the city back pay.
Police in Durham are preparing to deal with unruly crowds as several outdoor events are coming up at UNH this spring.
A Hinsdale man has been charged with posession of child pornography.
A rollover snowmobile crash has left a Sanbornton woman seriously injured.
A truck driver involved in an accident on the Spaulding Turnpike last month that damaged a bridge has been charged.
A dryer fire chased a family from their home in Merrimack.
A Nashua man has been charged in a threatening case involving a knife.
Police officers in Pelham have started a voluntary registry to help people with mental or developmental disabilities.
Not a lot of encouraging news when it comes to electricity prices in New Hampshire.
There's growth in the construction industry in the Granite State, but the labor market is putting pressure on costs.
Gas prices have dropped a bit in New Hampshire, after weeks of increases.
Condo sales are helping to boost the real estate market in Portsmouth.
The top earners in Concord city government are mostly men, according to a new report.
The new diner at the welcome center in Hooksett has been pretty busy.
Brackets are being filled out across the US for the NCAA tournament-seedings were announced yesterday.
The Bruins lost some ground in their push for the playoffs after a loss to the Capitals last night.
Sisters in Milford are pulling together to raise their younger siblings after both their parents died within days of each other.
Police officers in Windham and Hampstead are rallying around a fellow officer battling brain cancer.
A sewer pipe will need to be moved for the I-93 widening project in Derry.
The sap is starting to flow around New Hampshire as maple syrup season gets underway in earnest.
The president of a Nashua-based organization aiding veterans has been appointed to the Department of Veterans Affairs Advisory Committee on Homeless Veterans.
An upcoming forum on mental illness will be hosted by the organization founded by local parents of two young children killed 7 years ago they were carried into traffic on Interstate 495 in Lowell, Mass.
Just over 20% of Nashua area residents have been married more than once.
Not exactly a shocker-a new AARP survey of senior citizens in New Hampshire shows that health care is their #1 concern.
A former Miss New Hampshire has joined the Fox Business Network.
5 young chefs from Portsmouth will represent New Hampshire at a national cooking competition next month.
Manchester Police officers will take part in a "sleep-out" this weekend as part of a fundraiser for homeless youth.
Students of German at Pinkerton Academy have earned top honors in a national exam competition.
National and World News
Will the suspected Boston Marathon bomber testify in his own defense?
House Majority Speaker John Boehner is launching a new investigation into the Hillary Clinton email crisis.
Vladmir Putin has resurfaced 10 days after mysteriously going off the radar.
Police in Ferguson, Missouri say they've gotten a man to admit to last week's shooting of two police officers.
Saddam Hussein's tomb has been destroyed.
Justin Beiber got roasted over the weekend.