Nov 9, 2015 5:48 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Monday, November 9, 2015
Police in Derry are investigating a case of vandalism directed at a disabled couple.
Manchester Police are investigating after a man armed with a handgun held up Tri-City Credit Union Saturday morning.
3 people were seriously injured after an early-morning rollover on I-93 in Salem Sunday.
Police in Laconia say they have charged a man with reckless conduct after he fired off a muzzleloader behind his home on Saturday night.
Police arrested a Maine man they say was responsible for two robberies at a CVS Pharmacy in Dover, including one on Friday.
Derry Police are looking for a driver who injured a pedestrian in a hit-and-run accident Thursday night.
A driver stopped after police found his vehicle with a makeshift inspection sticker is now facing marijuana possession charges.
A Middleton man is facing charges after fleeing the scene of an accident involving a Rochester Police car.
Police say they found a teen who fled a hit-and-run accident hiding in a bedroom in Brentwood.
The city of Portsmouth is being asked to pay $360,000 to the lawyers who overturned police Sgt. Aaron Goodwin's $2 million inheritance.
A 4-decade old cold-case murder in Franklin is being brought back to light.
Republican Presidential candidate Ben Carson is dismissing challenges to his record as an attempt to distract people from talking about the real issues.
The NH1 Political Report identifies who a group of Republicans may be preparing for a primary challenge for US Senator Kelly Ayotte.
The legislature remains at work behind the scenes prepping bills for January's session.
Despite opposition, a domed mosque continues to be built in Manchester, albeit slowly.
A Rochester teen battling cancer got a special day with the New England Patriots.
The number of in-state freshmen attending UNH is on the decline.
The National Guard is teaming with the Attorney General to off guidelines on how you can make donations to military charities.
A meeting to discuss pedestrian needs for a project to rehabilitate a bridge that crosses the Connecticut River between NH and VT is scheduled for later this month.
A time capsule-opened few months ago after 50 years-was re-buried in Concord with new items for city residents to discover in another 50 years.
Get a bag left on your door handle this weekend? The Boy Scouts are looking for your help once again.
Events we're following from the NH1 Media Center
Governor Hassan and Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker join regional business leaders at a forum today on New England's growing opioid addiction scourge.
Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton files her papers at Secretary of State's office in Concord at 12:30 p.m. She later attends a rally in Nashua and then holds a town hall meeting at 6:15 p.m. at Windham High School.
Just before Clinton arrives in Concrd, Republican candidate Jim Gilmore files at noon, then attends a national security forum at the University of New Hampshire-Manchester campus at 1 p.m.
Roadwork in downtown Concord today related to the Main Street project will lead to a number of street closures.
William Shine will be sentenced today on after being convicted earlier this fall on charges he attempted to sell an underage girl into prostitution.
Durham's Town Council will host its first work session on the budget Monday.
Police are investigating a possible stabbing in Manchester Sunday morning.
Just how backed up is the State Police Forensic Laboratory? The Union-Leader recently got a look.
The battle over the new teachers' contract in Manchester is now in the hands of attorneys jousting in court.
The aunt of a 19 year-old former honor student from Milton who died in a crash in Candia while high on drugs is trying to get a state law passed that would give counties the power to raise and appropriate money to establish heroin prevention and treatment programs for county residents.
Greeters at Pease International Tradeport welcomed their 900th flight of returning troops on Sunday.
Donald Trump's appearance on SNL on Saturday drew the show's highest ratings in more than 3 years.
John Kasich is doubling down on his comments about the BRAC (Base realignment and closure) process.
Once again, the state Legislature will consider a bill that would cut back on the practice of deploying uniformed police officers at work sites considered "low-risk".
Carroll County, dealing with financial problems that nearly forced county government to shut down this year, has discovered about 80 people still on the rolls for dental coverage that shouldn't be-including 3 dead people.
Union leaders and some politicians attended a "Wages Summit" in Concord on Saturday.
Some Nashua teachers say they are concerned about retribution if they speak out on issues in the school district.
Things are getting testy between school officials in Manchester and Hooksett as the two communities near the end of a century-long relationship that saw Hooksett students attend Manchester schools.
Nashua city government is moving closer to owning two hyrdoelectric dams in the city.
There will be no retrial for Ryan Marchant on a charge of negligent homicide crash in Durham in 2013 that killed a retired judge from Candia.
Video arraignments are now the norm in New Hampshire courtrooms.
State Police have charged a driver with reckless driving after an accident on I-89 caught on camera in a dramatic video.
A "ninja" instructor is facing sexual assault charges in Hooksett.
Police in Manchester are investigating a Sunday night robbery at a convenience store on Willow Street.
Nashua police have identified as a suspect a city man they say robbed an East Hollis Street gas station at knifepoint last month.
An unregistered Uber driver was arrested Friday on charges he audio recorded a bouncer at a downtown bar in Portsmouth without that person's knowledge or permission.
The new GM at New Hampshire Motor Speedway has big plans, including possibly expanding property at the race track.
A Boston hydropower developer is exploring the possibility of using two dams along a western New Hampshire river to generate electricity.
Guest lecturers at UNH say they've vindicated Tom Brady and the Patriots in the Deflategate controversy.
A wounded Amherst veteran is taking part in a national Stand Up For Heroes event during Veterans' Day observances this week.
Overseers of a $200,000 cemetery trust fund in Wilton say current law prevents them from actually using the money to maintain the cemetery.
Rochester has overtaken Portsmouth as the area of New Hampshire with the most scratch-ticket sales.
Grab some tissues before reading this story: A local vet and police helped a Holderness family give a proper good bye to their ailing 8-year old dog.
It's just about time for deer to take part in what locals call "the rut", and it means you need to be careful on local roads as they may cross your path.
Keene has added an electric car charging station.
A Confederate flag popped up on top of an abandoned railroad building in Concord last week, but rail officials say it's coming down.
A team of seven people, including parents, grandparents and friends of children diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy, returned on Oct. 25 from a 17-day trek to Mount Everest.
A Croydon-based business is giving potential homeowners a chance to try out living in "tiny houses", a trend that some say is gaining popularity among those looking to scale down their lifestyle.