Nov 10, 2015 5:15 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Tuesday, November 10, 2015
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Hillary Clinton officially filed her candidate papers for the Democratic Presidential primary in New Hampshire Monday, and suggested that her husband may soon be back in the Granite State to campaign on her behalf.
Also filing papers Monday: Republican Presidential candidate Jim Gilmore, who's slamming his exclusion from the Republican Presidential debates.
Incumbent Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas was officially declared the winner of last Tuesday's election, surviving a recount and besting Joyce Craig by just 64 votes.
Manchester residents are concerned after two stabbings in just one week.
Governor Maggie Hassan has laid out her proposals to deal with the state's drug crisis that will be considered by a special session of the legislature later this month.
NH1 News follows up on an investigation we did earlier this year, and learn that leaders in the town of Deerfield "prefer to stay out" of a dispute between neighbors that's led to potentially hazardous trash being dumped along the property line between two homes.
A suspect is on the loose after Manchester's Granite State Credit Union was robbed Monday.
A woman from New Hampshire who's among those accusing comedian Bill Cosby of sexual misconduct filed a defamation lawsuit in federal court on Monday.
The New Hampshire state fire marshal's office is issuing 9 tips to reduce the risk of carbon monoxide in your home this winter.
A clerical error is costing Carroll County taxpayers $150,000, all because people who no longer work for the county-some of whom are dead-are still listed as part of their health care plan.
Police in Manchester are investigating a robbery at a convenience store on South Willow Street.
Another robbery is under investigation in Manchester, this one at a CVS Friday night that involved the theft of drugs.
A man is facing DWI charges for the third time after an accident on I-93 Friday.
A nonprofit group from Grafton County is expanding its reach as it calls for establishing drug courts throughout New Hampshire.
A Manchester man convicted of dealing meth is suing Rockingham County jail, claiming mental and physical trauma.
Police in Rochester are investigating after a woman was hit while walking in a crosswalk over the weekend.
A bipartisan commission says New Hampshire lawmakers should consider adding comprehensive dental benefits to the state's Medicaid program for adults.
A fundraiser is underway for a Plymouth teen fighting cancer and struggling to pay for college.
Veterans will get access to the White Mountains for free this Veterans Day.
President Obama is now posting on Facebook, and his first post referenced the White House hawk named by New Hampshire 4th-grade students.
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Michael Tatum and Zachary Pinette will be sentenced today. The two men struck a plea deal with the state in exchange for their testimony against Tristan Wolusky in the June 2014 stabbing death of Aaron Wilkinson in Madbury.
Patrick Kennedy, the former Rhode Island Congressman and son of late Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy, will host a roundtable in Manchester on mental illness and addiction.
Brendon Fecteau will be in court today in Dover. He was convicted 11 years ago in the beating of Sharon Klitz, leaving her with permanent injuries. Fecteau is asking for a sentence reduction; Klitz is expected to ask the judge not to give him mercy.
New Hampshire’s Commissioner of Education will host a media briefing today regarding the release of the 2014-15 statewide Smarter Balanced Assessment results.
Today is the 26-year anniversary of the last night David Braley was seen alive. The 21-year-old Belmont, NH resident, was last seen at the Take 5 Music Hall Night Club in Concord on November 10, 1989. His body was pulled from the Merrimack River the following March and no arrest has ever been made in the case.
The Republican Presidential candidates will debate tonight in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The 2015 Spirit of New Hampshire Awards will be held tonight at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord, recognizing volunteerism in the Granite State.
Kevin Paul, an accomplice to the murder of an Epsom Police officer back in 1997 and paroled here in New Hampshire back in May, is under arrest for a parole violation in Massachusetts.
Police in Manchester say a missing 7 year-old girl has been found safe.
Even the Secretary of State wasn't immune to a Secret Service security check when Hillary Clinton filed her candidate paperwork in Concord Monday.
Hillary Clinton held a town hall meeting in Windham last night, and says she plans to push for more economic recovery efforts.
Lindsey Graham may not be involved in tonight's Republican Presidential candidates' debate, but he has launched ads here in New Hampshire.
Governor Hassan was among the speakers Monday at a New England Council meeting focusing on the region's growing drug crisis.
Last night Mayor Ted Gatsas had some pointed comments towards the city school district's communications director, who made some Facebook posts recently commenting on the Mayor's recent re-election campaign.
Second District Congresswoman Anne Kuster held a roundtable discussion Monday to discuss ways veterans can have better access to employment services.
Rochester's first female mayor, set to take office in January, says the city has an image problem.
A new report is critical of the economic development planning process in Exeter.
A former Seabrook Police officer set to be sentenced on charges related to an assault on a suspect at the police station that was caught on camera may still withdraw his guilty plea if he's not happy with the sentence the judge gives him.
Prosecutors are asking a judge to re-consider his decision to throw out statements a Newmarket man is said to have made about having sexual relations with a teenage girl.
A Dover man accused of sexually assaulting a Newmarket girl and creating child pornography using her image has been indicted on a dozen new charges.
A Connecticut man charged in a June assault incident in Nashua appeared in court Monday, where his attorney argued that officers lacked probable cause to charge his client.
A judge has affirmed his May 2015 order ordering the city of Dover to release the list of names of applicants to the city's school superintendent post back in 2013.
Two Nashua brothers are facing charges for a road rage incident involving a handgun over the weekend.
A second person walking in a crosswalk in Rochester has been hit by a vehicle.
Solar glare is being blamed for a collision between a bicyclist and a car in Portsmouth Monday afternoon.
The driver involved in a serious crash in Salem over the weekend has been identified, and remains in the hospital with serious injuries.
Three teens are under investigation for a vandalism and burglary incident in Portsmouth that resulted in a number of smashed windows at a radio communications company.
A West Ossipee man's under arrest in connection with a sucker-punch incident outside of a bar in Dover over the summer.
A Somersworth man is facing charges after washing his car at a car wash in Dover, then driving off after hitting a garage door of the business.
Rockingham County dispatchers are enjoying their new desks, which are intended to improve office ergonomics.
With regulatory approvals for their expansion now complete, officials at the Sea-3 propane storage facility in Newington say they plan to begin construction work by next spring.
A 5-story hotel and 120 apartment units are being proposed at a site near the entrance of the Merrimack Outlets.
The old General Electric building in Somersworth is being sold.
A local Hospice in Merrimack is working to make sure veterans get the care and recognition they deserve in their final days.
Meet a Raymond man who's become known for his sketch drawings-while he's on the treadmill at the gym.
A Goodwill store worker in Portsmouth is being credited for her honesty after discovering $600 in a donated wallet and making sure it was returned.
With funding secure, construction on the Merrimack River Greenway Trail-or at least a small part of it-may soon begin.