Nov 16, 2015 5:15 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Monday, November 16, 2015
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After Friday's terror attacks in France, French officials have announced airstrikes against ISIS. New Hampshire college students who are overseas in Paris are sharing with NH1 News their perspective on the attacks.
Democrats debate terrorism and the economy in their Saturday night debate.
Nashua residents held a vigil Sunday evening in honor of the victims of the Paris attacks.
Verizon temporarily allowed family and friends to call France for free this weekend to check on loved ones.
Court documents show that the man who was with Eve Tarmey when she died of a fentanyl overdose waited 90 minutes to contact police so he could dispose of drug-related evidence. Spaulding High School students say Eve Tarmey needed and wanted help, but the system failed her.
Former students in New Hampshire say the Waterville, Maine principal who is accused of propositioning a student for sex exhibited similar behavior at his old job.
Police have released a photo in a search for a missing Plymouth State University student.
A man charged in the July 2013 death of his roommate at a support home for those with mental illness has been ruled incompetent to stand trial.
A 72-year-old Keene man was convicted in a Craigslist scam where he solicited security deposits for a rental house in Seattle that he did not own.
An Exeter man has been accused of robbing 3 banks in Manchester in 5 days.
Two families were forced from their Pearl Street home in Manchester after a fire early Saturday.
Madbury firefighters dealt with 2 different barn fires on Saturday.
Police are looking for a driver who hit a pedestrian with the car's passenger side mirror on Kimball Hill Road on Friday night.
Animal rights activists are pushing to ban the practice of shooting a pet that is sick, injured or dangerous after an owner who claimed his dog bit one of his children shot and killed the animal.
A heavily used walking bridge in Rochester that was ruled unsafe has been taken down, but it'll take more than a month to replace.
New Hampshire's chief justice has named a veteran lawyer to be the next director of the court's administrative division.
The sale of Hike Safe cards has raised $75,000 for the state Fish and Game Department's search and rescue fund.
State Senator Martha Fuller Clark and her siblings are working with the York Land Trust in Maine to preserve more than 200 acres of her family's Rams Head Farm.
Events we're following from the NH1 Media Center
The state's heating assistance program opens today.
Dover election officials will conduct a recount this morning on charter amendment Question 1 which would restore the practice of voters choosing school board members by Ward, rather than at-large.
Republican Presidential candidate Carly Fiorina campaigns in Plymouth today.
Senator Jeanne Shaheen and U.S. EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy tour DiPrizio Pine Mill in Middleton.
Uber drivers in Portsmouth affiliated with the Free State movement plan to hold a rally outside tonight's City Council meeting as they call on the city to change its ordinance regulating ride-sharing businesses.
A Aldermanic Committee in Manchester will take up a proposal tonight from the owner of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats that could keep the team in the city until 2035.
State transportation officials are holding a public meeting this afternoon in Stewartstown about plans to replace a bridge on state Route 145.
The death of an 11-month-old boy in Alexandria is under investigation by the state attorney general's office.
New Hampshire officials are on guard after Friday's terror attacks in Paris.
Lawyers for Nathaniel Kibby-the Gorham man accused of kidnapping a Conway teen and sexually assaulting her over a period of 9 months-have filed a series of motions looking to have evidence suppressed and calling for the lead prosecutor to be taken off the case.
Did you know that UNH has failed to comply with a state law capping the percentage of out-of-state students at 25 percent for nearly 35 years?'
Another fraternity in Dartmouth is facing hazing allegations.
Court documents reveal new details in the death of Darlene Lawrence in her Merrimack home.
One of two men charged in the stabbing death of Benjamin Marcum on a rail trail in Nashua back in March likely won't see his trial start for nearly another year.
Manchester property owners will see a little lower tax bill this year.
Some newly-elected Aldermen in Nashua want to resume talks with the school system's custodial union rather than hiring a private contractor.
Meet the man who some call a "gadfly" who's been a thorn in the side of local governments in Alton, Dover, and Newmakret.
A homeless man in Nashua has been charged with failing to register as a sex offender.
Police are looking for a man accused of stealing diamond earrings from Merrimack Premium Outlets on Friday night.
Rochester Police have charged a man with DWI after a crash Sunday night on Portland Street.
Two Manchester companies made the list of fastest growing technology businesses.
Don't be surprised if you see drones around power plants owned by Eversource-they're shooting footage to help sell off the plants.
The Patriots remain undefeated after a dramatic 27-26 win over the Giants on Sunday.
A retired Manchester Police detective received a badge from the current chief last week-part of Nick Willard's ongoing effort to honor those who have served on the force.
The replacement for the Plymouth ski jump that was torn down last month is nearly ready for the winter.
A fundraising drive for a bone marrow transplant for an ailing Hampton firefighter drew a big crowd Saturday.
The Webster man who built a military tribute to his fallen son in his front yard – and saw a centerpiece ornament go missing this spring – has found a nearly identical replacement.