Nov 17, 2015 5:15 AM

All Things New Hampshire: Tuesday, November 17, 2015

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Governor Hassan is under fire from fellow Democrats for her opposition to the resettling of Syrian refugees in the U.S.

Following the Paris terror attacks, police and FBI are working to step up security measures in Manchester.

NH1 Political Director Paul Steinhauser looks at how the Paris terror attacks could alter the Presidential primary campaign in New Hampshire.

A Nashua businessman just back from Paris gives NH1 News his perspective on the attacks and their aftermath.

The terror group taking responsibility for the attacks in Paris has released a new video claiming Washington is their next target.

There's concern in Massachusetts where the FBI has confirmed that weapons were stolen from a U.S. Army reserve center.

Rubio is headed back to New Hampshire to campaign at the end of the month.

Friends and family of the 11 month-old Alexandria boy who died over the weekend are blaming the mother and her boyfriend for the child's death; an autopsy on the boy's body is scheduled for today.

A recent court ruling could allow thousands of registered New Hampshire sex offenders to get off the registry.

K9 units and Fish and Game officials have joined the search for a missing Plymouth State University student.

The Maine principal who is accused of propositioning a student for sex has been fired; police are investigating similar allegations at his old job in New Ipswich, New Hampshire.

The debate over Uber drags on in Portsmouth, where drivers continue to operate in defiance of a city ordinance regulating ride-sharing services.

A Nashua woman is facing charges she assaulted a man and set his apartment on fire.

Police are investigating a burglary at a Manchester middle school.

Manchester police are looking for a suspect in a convenience store robbery.

A Dartmouth college fraternity previously on suspension for hazing is in trouble once again.

A "Black Lives Matter" protest got out of hand at Dartmouth recently, with protestors hurling profanities at white students and pushing others.

The city of Manchester is working on a plan to keep the Fisher Cats in town until the year 2035.

A Seacoast food pantry is growing desperate for supplies as the cold weather arrives.

A Concord teenager is doing her part to honor American soldiers serving overseas by sending 1,000 "thank you" notes.

Stories that we're following from the NH1 Media Center

Motion hearings are scheduled today in the Nathaniel Kibby case. Kibby is accused of kidnapping a Conway teen and sexually assaulting her over a period of 9 months. His lawyers are trying to get statements he made to police suppressed.

A hearing is also scheduled today in the case of Matthew Dion, the Manchester man accused of killing his parents and burning their home before going on the run for 15 months.

State investigators are holding a news conference this morning to provide "newly discovered" information in a 30 year-old cold multiple-murder case in Allenstown.

We are expecting autopsy results on the body of an 11-month old boy from Alexandria whose death last weekend is being called suspicious.

Republican Presidential candidate Carly Fiorina campaigns in Concord today.

Governor Hassan visits Keystone Hall Substance Use Disorder Treatment, Prevention and Recovery Support Services Center in Nashua today. Later, the Governor speaks at the Live Free and Start’s “Angel Investing in the Granite State” Conference in Manchester.

Derry Town Councilors meet tonight and will discuss setting a date for a public hearing on the controversial Exit 4A project.

Top News

Senator Kelly Ayotte says when it comes to the issue of allowing Syrian refugees into the U.S., national security needs to come before compassion.

The U.S. Supreme Court is refusing to hear the case of a New Hampshire based right-to-life group in its effort to get documents related to a federal contract with Planned Parenthood to provide services here in the Granite State.

A preliminary report from the National Transportation Safety Board says that a partially deployed parachute was found near the wreckage of a New Hampshire-bound plane that went down off the coast of New York earlier this month, killing the pilot.


Republican Presidential candidate Carly Fiorina campaigned in Plymouth Monday and was critical of President Obama's ISIS stance.

GOP candidate Jeb Bush is expected to officially file his candidate papers in Concord on Thursday.

After a Hillary Clinton campaign event racked up a big bill for the town of Windham, town officials have approved a new policy to bill candidates for their events-though they won't be looking for the Clinton campaign to pay up.

Former Presidents of the New Hampshire Bar Association are urging the Executive Council to reconsider the nomination of a public defender to the Superior Court bench.

A Manchester Aldermanic Committee has voted to accept city money for the funding of a new drug treatment initiative.

Monday's recount in Dover affirmed passage of a ballot question that restores ward-based voting for the city school board.

The Obama Administration's top environmental regulator was in New Hampshire Monday promoting the use of wood as a fuel.


Police in Conway have released photos of the suspect in a Friday afternoon bank robbery.

A two-alarm fire in Laconia Monday left 1 man homeless.

Crews battled a house fire in Hampton this morning.


A man serving prison time for carrying out a home invasion in Hampstead is headed to trial on witness tampering charges, accused of trying to prevent a state witness from testifying against him.

Bail has been set for a man accused of spitting in the eye of a paramedic and kicking a nurse, both of whom were trying to treat him for a drug overdose.

A man who robbed a bank in Somersworth last year has been sentenced.


State officials say the proposed Northern Pass transmission line project application filed to the Site Evaluation Committee is incomplete because the developers can't prove they have the necessary property rights.

An update of computer systems at St. Mary's Bank has left many customers locked out of their bank accounts.

No update thus far on the rumors that Bass Pro Shop is considering buying the Cabela's chain of outdoor sports stores.

Several buildings in downtown Concord will soon be under new ownership.

Other News

Construction on the new UNH dining hall is nearing completion.

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