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All Things New Hampshire: Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Stories that have us clicking on NH1.com
Survivors and family members of victims took the stand in day 1 of the sentencing phase of the trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Hillary Clinton wrapped up a 2-day visit to New Hampshire Tuesday.
The Donald is coming back to the Granite State next Monday.
Some tenants at Beechstone Apartments remain frustrated over the condition of their units, weeks after suffering water damage during the harsh winter.
A casino bill has taken a big step forward after a House Committee vote, but still has a long way to go before it's a done deal.
The accused murderer of a Madbury teen was back in court Tuesday, and his lawyer wants to interview his co-defendants before he goes to trial.
A new NH1 News poll shows big support in New Hampshire for the death penalty.
Victims' Rights Day was marked in Concord on Tuesday with a day-long series of events.
Police say heroin and $3000 in cash were found in the possession of a Penacook man who was wanted on an outstanding warrant.
Activists smoked up at the State House Monday in support of marijuana legalization.
New details about a NH man arrested at a Boston helipad who was found armed with a gun and wearing body armor.
Jasper is the newest edition to the Strafford County Sheriff's Department, and he's a looker. And also a dog.
John Stamos says he's ready for a "Full House" reunion.
Stories we're following from the NH1 Media Center today
The state Supreme Court is hearing arguments today on whether drivers who register to vote in New Hampshire must also get New Hampshire licenses and register their cars here.
Andrew Card, former chief of Staff for George W. Bush, will be at Pinkerton Academy in Derry to answer questions from High School Social Studies students during Social Studies Week.
Calling hours are tonight at Windham High School for Rockingham County Sheriff Michael Downing, who died Friday after a battle with cancer. The former police officer and army veteran will be laid to rest Thursday.
It's Earth day today. The Children's Museum in Dover is one of several places holding celebrations.
A public hearing on the Dover City Budget is scheduled for tonight.
Top News from around New Hampshire
A blunt obituary of a woman who died of a heroin overdose has gotten a lot of attention on social media.
A Keene woman described as a girlfriend of a wanted murder has been arrested, and police hope she can lead them to her fugitive boyfriend.
A second man wanted in a deadly stabbing along a bike path in Nashua has a criminal record.
It looks like Laconia is the front-runner to be the host of the Pumpkin Festival that was held in Keene until last year.
A report of a hostage situation at a country club in Rye turned out to be a hoax.
We may soon learn the cause of a deadly fire in Nashua.
A Dartmouth College professor has surrendered his medical license.
During her Granite state visit Hillary Clinton visited with a former New Hampshire State Senator and Democratic "matriarch".
UK's "Daily Mail" says it clocked the Hillary Clinton van traveling 92 MPH in New Hampshire.
Lawmakers are being urged to pass a bill that would expand the list of conditions eligible to be treated with medical marijuana.
North Country residents turned out to testify in favor of a bill that could help renovation plans at the Balsams resort.
You've probably asked the question, and now the Public Utilities Commission is asking the question too: Why are utility bills so high?
Facing the loss of its initial 3-year funding plan, a state foreclosure prevention program looks to keep going.
Uber service could be coming to an end in Manchester after a vote by alderman last night that ordered the company to comply with existing taxi regulations.
A group of Councilors in Portsmouth are proposing an alternate plan for a downtown parking garage.
A replacement for David Whiby on the Manchester School Board has been named.
The lead architect on the proposed Dover High School renovation projects it will take 7 years to complete.
Rochester officials have postponed a decision on renewing a license for a pawn shop police there say has been the source of problems in the past.
A man known as the "UNH rapist" will not be receiving a reduced sentence.
A piano teacher has gone on trial in a sex assault case involving a former student.
A wanted NH fugitive has been arrested across state lines in Vermont.
Racist graffiti is under investigation in Rindge.
3 were hurt, 1 seriously, in a crash in Alton Tuesday night.
A man from Merrimack has been arrested on charges of assaulting a woman, then threatened to harm the victim if they told anyone.
A woman from Rhode Island has been accused of stealing a cart full of baby formula in Nashua.
A Barrington woman is being held after a raid at a mobile home park, but why remains a mystery.
A man in Boscawen has been charged with firing gunshots at a building that houses a children's nonprofit, but police say he wasn't targeting the organization.
A man from Derry is facing felony charges in an attempted theft in Manchester.
The Police chief in Portsmouth is overhauling his department's policies in the wake of an ongoing dispute over one of his officers receiving an inheritance from an elderly woman.
A covered bridge in Hopkinton is closed after being damaged by a truck that hit some of the bridge's rafters.
This Bud's for Merrimack: Anheuser-Busch is planning an expansion of its brewery there.
Officials hope a new State Liquor Store in New Hampton will be open by the end of the summer.
A new partnership will allow UNH-Manchester students to live in New Hampshire Art Institute dorms this fall.
An Amherst task force will soon meet with Kinder-Morgan officials to discuss a proposed natural gas pipeline.
A new shopping plaza in Rochester is projected to bring about 600 jobs to the area.
LeBron James was just too much for the Celtics as they went down 2-0 in their playoff series.
Patriots lineman Nate Solder has revealed he was diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2014.
Red Sox DH David Ortiz has been suspended 1 game for bumping an umpire.
Cameras will soon be added to all toll lanes on New Hampshire highways.
Hulk the dog-all 173 pounds of him-is a pretty famous figure in NH these days, and he's going to be the guest of honor at an event in Laconia.
Could this be the weekend we finally get an ice-out on Lake Winnepesaukee?
National and World News
Protests are growing in Baltimore over the death of a black man who suffered a spinal injury while in police custody.
They're still trying to find the cause of listeria concerns that led to the recall of Blue Bell ice cream.
An X-Man has been outed as gay.