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All Things New Hampshire: Monday, September 14, 2015


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The reward money is growing in the effort to find Denise Robert's killer.

Police have identified the victim of a deadly weekend crash in New Durham.

A Somersworth man is dead after a weekend motorcycle crash in Maine.

A driver was seriously injured after a rollover accident in Salem Sunday morning.

After a fox attacked a man and his daughter in Derry last week, other residents are reporting sick fox sightings.

Kinder Morgan is hosting more open houses to discuss its proposed natural gas pipeline through southern New Hampshire.

After 24 years, the Durham Marketplace is closing its doors, having been taken over by a larger supermarket chain.

There's an emu on the loose in Bow.

Teams of firefighters climbed 110 flights of stairs Sunday in memory of the firefighters killed during the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Around 40 motorcyclists took part in a tribute to fallen Brentwood police officer Stephen Arkell on Sunday.

Stories we're following from the NH1 Media Center

Gov. Maggie Hassan will host Michael Botticelli, the director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy, at a roundtable discussion on narcotics in Nashua today, then take a walking tour of Manchester with city officials and law enforcement.

Jury Selection and final hearings are scheduled for William Shine, the Franklin dad accused of sexually assaulting and putting his child (under the age of 7) into prostitution.

Local fishermen meet this afternoon at 4:30pm with Congressman Frank Guinta to discuss their concerns about costs for regulatory observers on their boats..

Top news

The court battle continues over the release of body camera video from the shooting of a man in Bath over the summer.

Police are investigating after a brawl broke out at a semi-pro football game in Manchester Sunday night.

State officials are trying to figure out why $20 million specifically earmarked to help people with developmental disabilities went unspent in their budget, despite a list of more than 100 people waiting for services.

A resident who spearheaded blood-testing for those exposed to contaminated water at the former Pease Air Force base wants additional testing done.

Hundreds paid their respects in Hudson over the weekend for a man killed in an accident in Nashua police say was caused by a drunk driver.

A Nashua hotel featured on the Travel channel show "Hotel: Impossible" last week may now be the subject of more scrutiny from city officials.


Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has picked up an endorsement from New Hampshire educators.

New Jersey Governor and GOP Presidential candidate Chris Christie campaigned in New Hampshire on Sunday. Several more candidates made stops at the GOP Women's chili festival in Stratham on Saturday.

Republican Presidential candidate and Ohio Governor John Kasich is clarifying comments he made about the base realignment and closure process, saying he was not trying to disparage workers at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.

Senator Kelly Ayotte got a first-hand look at the state's heroin problem during a ride-along with responders in Manchester this weekend.

The Governor and Republican state lawmakers are trying to forge a compromise on the state budget.

The state and the city of Concord are counting up the expenses for last month's sinkhole on Interstate 93 in Concord.

Manchester Mayoral candidates are in their final hours of campaigning before Tuesday's primary.

The Mayor of Somersworth has gotten recommendations back from his Drug Task Force as the city tries to get a handle on the ongoing heroin crisis.

Uber is asking for more changes to Portsmouth's proposed ordinance regulating the ride-sharing service.


A judge has accepted a plea deal for a Nashua man accused of robbing 3 men at gunpoint last year.


2 New Hampshire men are facing charges in connection with a bank robbery in Maine.

A rollover crash closed part of I-393 in Concord on Sunday.

Milton police say one of their officers suffered a broken arm while chasing down a suspect Saturday.

DWI arrests are up in Durham this year.


August home sales in the seacoast area were up from 2014.


Congratulations to Big Papi, David Ortiz, who hit his 500th home run over the weekend.

Other News

A water main break is causing problems in Salem this morning.

Renovation is underway of the dome at the State House.


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