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All Things New Hampshire: Tuesday, July 28, 2015


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It appears Boston will not be hosting the 2024 Olympics. NH1 looks at what that means for New Hampshire.

Despite the Pentagon's request for armed volunteers outside military recruitment centers to stand down nationwide, volunteers in New Hampshire are staying put, though some have changed their tactics.

Police in Manchester say they arrested a man who was hiding drugs in a pretty creative spot.

A woman whose husband is serving life in prison for killing his ex-wife has agreed to a plea deal in connection with her role in the case.

The family of the man who was shot and killed by police in Bath is asking to review the video from the officers' body cameras.

A 21 year-old Belmont man is dead after a single-car crash over the weekend.

Governor Hassan is fighting to keep funding for her drug czar.

South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham says he's excited to have his friend and Arizona Senator John McCain campaign with him next weekend.

Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley spoke one-on-one with NH1 News and took aim at fellow Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Regardless of its cause, climate change is a reality that many Seacoast cities and towns are dealing with.

A maple syrup spill in Keene made for a messy ride Monday afternoon. (You were expecting me to say it was a "sticky situation"?)

Nashua and Milford will be the site of two public meetings this week to discuss the proposed Kinder-Morgan natural gas pipeline.

Gas prices have dropped again in New Hampshire.

It's tick awareness week in Manchester.

A Massachusetts girl has been crowned Miss Hampton Beach.

The Appalachian Mountain Club and the state of New Hampshire are proposing to build the first new north country hut in 50 years.

Stories we're following from the NH1 Media Center today

Hillary Clinton campaigns in New Hampshire today. She's got events in Nashua and Hopkinton.

Manchester Police are holding a community drug forum this afternoon.

The Derry Town Council meets tonight to take action on petitions submitted by residents hoping to reverse budget cuts the council made that led to the closing of a town fire station.

Top News

A man who police say told them "I've been drinking" is under arrest for attempting to steal a canoe from a home in Manchester.

The mother of the Nashua woman who is charged in the death of her 3 year-old daughter has hired a new defense team.

Despite a potential lack of funding for his position, New Hampshire's "drug czar" says he has no plans to leave his job.

A driver was seriously hurt in a rush-hour crash on Interstate 93 in Londonderry Monday afternoon.

The investigation continues in the untimely death of a 4 month-old at a homeless shelter for women and infants in Greenland.

A Merrimack man has been indicted for the murder of his wife back in April.

The attorney for a Stratham teen accused of participating in a violent armed robbery in Exeter last December is seeking to have all charges dismissed, claiming that because the boy is 17 he should be treated as a juvenile under the new law that went into effect July 1.

A former aide to Senator Ayotte and Vice-Chair of the Manchester School Board-who resigned this spring after being arrested in connection with a prostitution sting-has now applied for a job with the city.


A Dover man accused of sexually assaulting a Newmarket girl and attempting to create child pornography using her image is scheduled to go to trial Wednesday.

3 people have been indicted in connection with a violent home break-in attempt in Concord-including the victim, who police suspect to be a drug dealer.


A Republican Senator is calling on the state's "Drug Czar" to resign, as a legislative panel prepares to decide on funding for the position.

Merrimack residents are voicing their concerns over proposed improvements to Route 101A.


Two escaped prison inmates from Manchester are back in custody.

Alcohol appears to be a factor in Saturday's drowning along the Connecticut River in Littleton.

Residents in a New Castle neighborhood say they saw something that looking very much like a police raid at a duplex last Friday, but police aren't talking about what happened.

The driver killed in a crash in Sanbornton last Friday has been identified.

A shoplifter in Hooksett triggered a police chase that went into Manchester.

A Tuesday morning assault is under investigation in Manchester.

A New Hampshire man and a woman were arrested Sunday night and face felony charges after being accused of robbing the gate at Fort Foster in Kittery, Maine and leading police on a brief chase.

A ammonia leak led to a brief evacuation of the Tri-Town arena in Hooksett Monday night.


2013 World Series hero Shane Victorino has been traded by the Red Sox.

Other News

We're learning a little bit more about plans for the pumpkin festival scheduled for Laconia this fall.

Work on a new stadium at UNH is underway.

NH natives Adam Sandler and Seth Myers reminisced recently about the Granite State during Sandler's visit to Myers' "Late Night" show on NBC.

Members of the Church of the Sword are protesting a decision by the town of Westmoreland and a Cheshire County court not to recognize their religion as legitimate.

Hulk-the world's largest pit bull, not the big green superhero-has had puppies, and they're pretty valuable.

National and World News

A new poll suggests most Americans are opposed to a nuclear deal with Iran.

Vehicle defects have led to Fiat-Chrysler announcing a settlement with the federal government that includes buybacks for Ram pickups and older-model Jeeps.

The Boy Scouts of America have adopted a new policy allowing openly gay leaders.


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