Dec 1, 2015 5:14 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Tuesday, December 1, 2015
Stories that have us clicking on NH1.com
Police in Tilton, in conjunction with the FBI, have found the person responsible for making a threat against Winnisquam High School in Tilton.
Tommy Page appeared in court Tuesday. He's the man facing multiple child pornography counts who lived at the same address as an 11-month-old toddler who died last month after being injured at that same address. Now, new accusations have arisen against the mother.
A man killed in a 1-car accident in Jefferson has been identified as a Plymouth State senior.
A family home in Hopkinton was engulfed in flames Monday afternoon.
Police in Nashua a machete attack led to assault, weapons and drug charges for one man.
A UNH student reported to police that he came home to find 3 masked men armed with guns, who robbed him.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, fresh off an endorsement of his Republican presidential primary candidacy by the Union-Leader, spoke to NH1 News Political Director Paul Steinhauser during a campaign stop in New Hampshire Monday.
NH1 News is first to report that Marco Rubio will be back in the Granite State this Thursday.
The Planned Parenthood facility in Claremont damaged in a hatchet attack several weeks ago is back open.
Police in Hollis have arrested a man on charges he slammed his ex-girlfriend's head against a car.
Police in Manchester say a clerk fended off a robber at a convenience store...by using a shoe.
A Hampton man has died of injuries he suffered in a motorcycle accident last week.
Good news for Pats fans...the knee injury TE Rob Gronkowski suffered in Sunday's loss to Denver may not be that bad.
Portsmouth is considering changes to its trash and recycling collection times.
Trustees of a library in West Lebanon has voted to switch a secondary fuel source from a pellet boiler to propane.
After the long holiday weekend, gas prices have jumped slightly in the Granite State.
Special Olympians in Berlin, New Hampshire have made ornaments for the National Christmas display outside the White House.
Stories we're following from the NH1 Media Center
Donald Trump will visit the NH1 Media Center this afternoon at 5pm for a half-hour 1-on-1 interview with NH1 News Political Director Paul Steinhauser. You can see it on WBIN-TV, listen to it on 99.1 NH1 News or view it online at nh1.com. After our interview Trump will hold a rally at 7pm at the White Mountain Athletic Club in Waterville Valley.
Lawyers for convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are in court today asking for a new trial.
The legislature's joint task force on the drug crisis meets again this morning in Concord.
A public hearing will be held tonight in Nashua to discuss the proposed acquisition of the Mine Falls Park Hydroelectric Facility.
Police in Manchester are investigating after a robber doused a clerk's booth at a convenience store with lighter fluid and threatened to light it.
A probable cause hearing for the woman accused of helping provide the drugs that led to a deadly overdose for Spaulding High School student Eve Tarmey has been continued.
A Bow man charged in a drunk-driving crash in Manchester over the weekend insists he wasn't the man behind the wheel.
It was a packed crowd at a Nashua Aldermanic Committee meeting looking at large rooming establishments in the city-an issue that gained attention after one of those rooming houses was featured on the reality TV show "Hotel: Impossible".
Education was the primary topic during Republican Presidential candidate Marco Rubio's visit to Laconia on Monday.
Donald Trump met with a group of black pastors in New York City Monday, but didn't come away with a formal endorsement as originally had been suggested.
Incumbent US Senator Kelly Ayotte has announced 750 endorsements from a variety of community leaders.
2nd District Congresswoman Annie Kuster is back from a visit to Kuwait and Afghanistan.
A group of New Hampshire mayors have endorsed Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Another Democratic Presidential candidate, former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley, spoke in Somersworth Monday and promised to take on the NRA.
Democratic candidate for Governor Mark Connolly is staffing up.
Lawmakers are considering repealing the ban on tinting your car's front window.
Nashua Alderman will take up a $17 million bond proposal from outgoing Nashua Mayor Donnalee Lozeau that would help pave some of the major roadways in the city.
Nashua's incoming Mayor Jim Donchess is setting up his administrative team.
The trial of Kyle Witty-accused of running a red light in Merrimack and getting into an accident that killed a Hollis woman-is now scheduled to start next week.
A former Portsmouth-area financial advisor accused of swindling a local filmmaker and artist out of $1.9 million dollars is asking for more time to reach a plea agreement.
Gregory Owens, the Londonderry man accused of attempting to kill his wife and another man at a home in Saco, Maine, last December, has been granted more time for his defense team to conduct a DNA analysis before he goes to trial.
Prosecutors are allowed to seek alternative theories in the trial of a Massachusetts man accused of kidnapping a woman, then trying to kill her at a motel in Salem.
A Dover man pleaded guilty Monday to charges he threatened to kill a woman and attacked another woman living with him back in March.
A Lee man faces up to 80 years in prison after being indicted on charges of cocaine and fentanyl possession.
A Portsmouth Police detective is denying claims that he injured a burglary suspect with a Q-Tip.
It wasn't the most peaceful Thanksgiving get-together at a home in Merrimack, where police made four arrests over two separate visits to the home.
Police in Nashua have accused a city man of choking a woman, trying to stab her with a pair of kitchen shears and trying to hit her and her mother with a chair.
Police in Hampton have accused a man of running an illegal taxi service while using it to sell drugs and deliver prostitutes.
A Manchester man is facing charges of selling stolen plumber parts.
Portsmouth Police say a Dover man was arrested early Sunday morning after he was found passed out behind the wheel of a running car at a bank drive-thru while drunk and possessing marijuana.
A crash tied up traffic Monday afternoon on the Piscataqua River Bridge that carries I-95 between Kittery, Maine and Portsmouth.
Concern just over the state line in York, Maine, where someone's been stealing guns out of cars.
A South Hampton home was destroyed by fire Monday morning.
The state has new questions about the Northern Pass transmission line project-specifically, whether Eversource can transfer easement rights it received from private property owners to someone else.
Three Manchester-area auto dealers are making expansion plans.
Catholic Medical Center in Manchester and Huggins Hospital in Wolfeboro are in the final stages of formalizing an affiliation agreement.
A longtime health club in Laconia has shut down, and the owners are looking for investors to help them deal with their debt.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Merrimack-based GT Advanced Technologies has lined up $80 million in financing to help the company get out of bankruptcy.
The state has a bridge it would like to sell you. No, seriously.
Those of you looking for a "War on Christmas" story to get you fired up this holiday-er, Christmas-season-look no further than Marlborough.