Sep 1, 2015 5:06 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Tuesday, September 1, 2015
All Things New Hampshire returns after an absence for the last week or so. I've been busy working on the latest platform for NH1 News. We're happy to bring you 99.1 NH1 News in the Concord area.
Stories that have us clicking on NH1.com
The shooting death of a woman in Manchester's North End has rattled residents in that part of the city. More than 100 people from that neighborhod attended a community meeting last night.
A ruling in Tom Brady's Deflategate case could come as soon as today, as the two sides couldn't come to a settlement Monday.
Texas Senator and 2016 Republican Presidential candidate Ted Cruz isn't among the challengers to Donald Trump who are taking shots at the frontrunner-he praised Trump at a stop in Concord Monday.
Police in Rochester are issuing a warning after a skimmer was discovered on an ATM machine in Rochester.
A Concord woman is facing charges after being accused of texting pictures of and having conversations about child pornography with another man.
After a pair of suicides involving Exeter High students who should have graduated this past June, the school is taking steps to help students dealing with mental health issues.
A man is facing charges in Bristol after threatening Rite Aid workers by claiming he had a bomb and stealing some prescription drugs.
A man and a woman were arrested in Manchester after assaulting an officer during a fight outside a restaurant.
A Hudson man was found dead at a hotel in Dover, and it could be connected with drugs.
A man walked away from an accident that saw his car get stuck under a truck carrying hazardous materials.
A Nashua man is facing charges after police say he caused destruction at a trailer park in Salem on Sunday.
No injuries following a tractor-trailer rollover on I-89 in Sutton Monday afternoon.
3 people were hospitalized after a head-on crash in Charlestown Monday.
An accident in Rochester snapped a utility pole Monday.
A man is facing animal cruelty charges after being accused of drowning a woman's bearded lizards.
Kinder-Morgan is setting up open houses in several communities where a proposed natural gas pipeline would be located.
Rochester's mayor isn't seeking re-election after 4 terms on the job.
Stories we're following from the NH1 Media Center
Ohio Governor and 2016 Republican Presidential candidate John Kasich holds a house party in Bedford tonight.
Kentucky Senator and fellow GOP Presidential hopeful Rand Paul is in the North Country today, attending an event in Jefferson.
Police in Keene are accusing a woman of trying to hire a hitman to kill her estranged boyfriend.
Police in Manchester are investigating a double-stabbing in the city's west end Monday.
Despite its teachers working without a contract, Manchester's superintendent says she doesn't anticipate any problems when school starts up this week.
We could finally find out this week where a proposed medical marijuana dispensary serving the eastern half of the state will be located. A bidder for a dispensary in Franklin whose application was rejected is challenging the state's decision. Plymouth, meanwhile, has approved a plan for a dispensary in its town.
The rape trial of former St. Paul's prep school student Owen Labrie has raised questions about the state's sex offender registry. Labrie, meanwhile, plans to appeal his felony conviction on computer crimes.
The town of Haverill is urging the release of videos from July's deadly police-involved shooting involving 2 of their officers.
Derry residents say they've raised most of the money they need for their lawsuit challenging the town council's lack of action on several petitions they submitted to reverse tax cuts approved by the council.
The vacancy on Portsmouth's Police Commission has been filled.
Dover's school board is joining the city in its fight against the state over education funding.
Three former Nashua mayors have endorsed Chris Williams in his effort to replace outgoing Mayor Donna Lozeau.
After Rochester's mayor announced he's stepping down, a former mayor threw his hat into the ring.
The young Nashua mother accused of breaking her infant son's leg has accepted a plea deal to avoid prison time.
Bail remains at $100,000 for a man accused of threatening police in Dover.
A report of "swatting" in Londonderry yesterday.
A driver is facing several charges after being accused of hitting parked cars on Concord's Washington Street.
Pelham Police are investigating an accident that injured a couple thrown from their motorcycle Monday night.
GT Advanced, struggling ever since a deal to provide sapphire glass to Apple for its iPhone fell through, says it's cutting 40 percent of its workforce.
Some Hampton Beach motels say a weak Canadian dollar and a struggling fishing industry has hurt their summer business.
While there's a lot of conversation over the change of the name of the former Mt. McKinley in Washington state, there's no such discussion about Mount Washington here in New Hampshire.
A big change in policy at Epping High School over something most of us remember as a big no-no: students can now chew gum in class.
The principal at Profile High School-whose students donated class trip money to aid her battle against cancer-missed the start of classes this week but hopes to be back on the job soon.
A youth soccer group is asking for help after a fire destroyed most of their equipment.
The Seacoast Repertory Theatre had to cancel a weekend performance because of flooding issues.
A steel beam from the World Trade Center is on its way to Portsmouth to become part of a 9/11 memorial.