Feb 10, 2015 6:39 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Stories that have us clicking on NH1.com
Check out our gallery of photos chronicling the latest winter storm.
There may be more snow on the way Thursday. Check out Jenna Abate's extended forecast here.
It was a difficult drive on the Seacoast during today's storm.
The snow days are starting to add up for several area schools, and it could mean a longer school year in some cases.
Flights out of Manchester-Boston regional airport were delayed because of the winter weather.
Massachusetts officials have relaxed some of their snow disposal rules, but there's no plans to do the same in New Hampshire.
A Gilford Police Officer is credited with rescuing an elderly couple from their smoke-filled home.
As we hit the 1-year mark to the New Hampshire Primary, NH1's Kevin Landrigan looks back at some of the memorable moments of primaries past.
There's a war of words between NH Republicans and Democrats over travel expenses for some of their top party figures.
Portsmouth Police have released new images of the possible getaway vehicle in last week's armed robbery of a Market Basket store.
2 people were arrested in Gilford...all because of a parking spot.
Here's a look at the Radio Shack stores closing in New Hampshire.
The average price of gas in New Hampshire has jumped 9 cents in the past week.
NH1's Shari Small spoke to a Windham High music teacher who took home a Grammy on Sunday night.
Stories we're following from the NH1 Media Center today
Jury deliberations continue in the murder trial of James Robarge.
At 9am, Christopher Matte, a Pelham store owner accused by police of selling the synthetic drug known as "Spice", is expected to make a plea deal at a court hearing in Hillsborough County Superior Court South.
At 9:30am in Concord, there's a legislative hearing on a bill which would allow qualifying patients to grow marijuana until a state-licensed dispensary opens within 30 miles of their residence.
At 10:30am in Concord, a hearing's been scheduled on a bill relating to the use of drones.
Several bills related to the minimum wage-a key part of Governor Hassan's inaugural address last month-are up for discussion in a legislative hearing this afternoon.
Another controversial bill being discussed by legislators today would repeal "buffer zones" around abortion clinics. The buffer zone law was passed last year but is facing a court challenge.
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO and possible 2016 presidential candidate Carly Fiorina will visit the NH1 Media Center this afternoon.
The New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) will hold a Public Informational Meeting on the Plaistow Commuter Rail Extension Study at 7:00 pm at the Plaistow Town Hall. The purpose of this meeting is to present the public with an option for a potential station and layover facility.
The Nashua Police Patrolmen's Association is sponsoring a public informational meeting tonight on the issue of Cyber-bullying at 6:30pm at the St. Patrick's gymnasium on Spring Street.
Top News from around New Hampshire
The snow is causing big problems around Boston, where the MBTA has suspended service today.
Downeaster service has also been impacted by the snow.
The State Fire Marshal is issuing guidelines on when it's a good time to clean off your roof.
The Manchester man who had his car buried in snow by a plow says he just wants his car fixed.
Final arguments were held in the murder trial of James Robarge, accused of killing his wife on the day she filed for divorce.
A move to make a VFW post smoke-free in Raymond has some veterans upset.
Nashua is considering the use of valet parking along Main Street to help generate foot traffic.
A proposed community center in Concord has city officials worried about costs.
A potential mayoral candidate in Nashua is setting up a series of community meetings to hear from the public about the issues that matter most to them.
Former State Senator and conservative icon George Lovejoy has died.
Jury deliberations continue in the arson trial of former Peterborough firefighter Gregory Potter.
Jury selection has begun in the trial of a former Dover City Councilor, accused of putting a gun to the head of a woman during a dispute nearly 2 years ago.
A Salem man is expected to plead guilty to child pornography charges.
A judge in Nashua is considering a convicted child molester's request for a new trial.
Another roof collapse in Nashua, this time at the old Building 19 store.
No injuries were reported in an early-morning ambulance rollover in Franconia.
A warning from local rescue agencies to take it easy with all that shoveling after a man was found unconscious in the snow last weekend.
A Manchester hair salon was robbed over the weekend.
A water main break caused some problems in Newmarket yesterday.
Police officers are concerned about possible changes to the retirement system.
January was a good month for one of the main airlines that flies out of Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.
The University System of New Hampshire is delaying a decision on a rate hike for in-state students, though out-of-state students will pay more next year.
Energy company Sprague is suing an oil company from Vermont, saying they're owed nearly $350,000.
A drug-addiction recovery center is looking to open in Manchester.
Some educators remain concerned about new state rules governing the use of restraint and seclusion on students.
A New Hampshire native who was the last surviving officer from the USS Arizona-sunk in the 1941 Pearl Harbor attacks-has died at the age of 100.
Bald Eagles are being seen in record numbers in New Hampshire.
World and National News
Murder charges have been filed in the death of a UVA student who went missing last fall.
A new report says HSBC helped rich clients avoid paying taxes.
The measles outbreak has spread to 3 more states.
The investigation into the deadly crash involving former Olympian Bruce Jenner continues.
Smart TVs that can eavesdrop in your living room? Samsung says it's possible.