Feb 24, 2015 7:44 PM
All Things New Hampshire: Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015
Stories that have us clicking on NH1.com
We started our day in NH with record-setting cold.
A roof collapse in Portsmouth destroyed the site of a former restaurant.
It could be weeks before residents of a Hooksett condo complex could be let back in to their home after a roof collapse.
Our Kevin Landrigan took a break from the State House and took a ride with a fuel delivery driver to see what it's like in these cold temperatures.
A Nashua man whose mailbox got buried in snow is going to extremes to make sure his mail gets delivered.
A 4-alarm fire damaged a home in Candia this afternoon.
A water main break in Auburn causing some slippery conditions.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio spoke with NH1 Political Director Paul Steinhauser about Jeb Bush during his visit to NH. He also did an interview with NH1 Radio.
Ex-Maryland Governor Bob Ehrlich talked with NH1 Radio yesterday during his visit to NH as he considers a possible 2016 White House bid.
Fairpoint workers are worried that when they go back to work Wednesday they'll have a mess on their hands.
Over 600,000 Anthem customers in New Hampshire have been impacted by the company's data hack.
Tuuka Rask: not only a good Bruins goalie, but also a new species of wasp?
Events we're following from the NH1 Media Center today
After a 4-month strike, Fairpoint union workers are back on the job.
Vice-President Joe Biden will be in New Hampshire today. He'll be in Concord at the Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership, and Public Policy. Then the vice president will take part in a roundtable discussion at Manchester Community College
Durham's planning board will review plans for a $10.5 million expansion to the UNH dining hall Holloway Commons. They'll also hold a public hearing on a proposal for a new outdoor pool at UNH.
A NH teen fell through a skylight while cleaning a roof in Massachusetts.
A man renting at Beechstone Apartments is upset with property managers after roof leaks damaged his ceiling.
There are now 25 duck deaths related to last weekend's contamination in Penacook.
Senator Ayotte is backing a proposal to undo the President's executive actions on immigration separate from the funding debate over the Department of Homeland Security.
Many residents in Milford weren't satisfied with Kinder-Morgan's answers about a proposed natural gas pipeline during an information session last night.
The snow on Portsmouth's Pierce Island is now 5 stories high.
Police in Stratham are looking for a bank robber.
The use of a propane-powered forklift indoors led to a carbon monoxide poisoning situation in Hudson.
A man with a reputation as a "rabblerouser" in Portsmouth is circulating a petition opposing a proposed ordinance that would ban plastic bags.
A House committee has essentially killed a bill that calls for a review of the conviction of a Rochester man in the 2001 murder of a 21-month old.
A Litchfield family is returning from a cruise after their home was destroyed by fire.
Potential 2016 candidate Jeb Bush will attend a fundraiser for Congressman Frank Guinta in March.
A NH GOP leader has written a letter opposing a proposed natural gas pipeline in southern New Hampshire.
The Governor has named a new head of the state's IT department.
Officials in Troy are trying to get a welfare officer fired following accusations of embezzling to pay her cellphone bill.
Londonderry residents are concerned about a proposed 288-unit housing complex.
More indictments for one of the men accused in the murder of the Madbury teen.
A Derry man has been indicted following his arrest during a Salem underage sex sting operation.
A Maine man was in court for a hearing on charges he was downloading child porn to his work computer in Dover.
Prison time for a Nashua man in connection with a 2013 DUI accident that left a woman seriously hurt.
Jail time for a former Exeter hockey coach accused of bilking widows out of $1 million.
A Plaistow man has been arrested in connection with a convenience store robbery.
More charges for a Raymond man accused in a child pornography case.
A bizzare jewelry store robbery is under investigation in Manchester.
Drug charges for a hotel guest in Merrimack.
Charges of obtaining a drug by fraud for a Nottingham woman.
Building developers in Portsmouth are puzzled over a petition that would restrict them from including a casino in their plans-something they say isn't on the agenda at all.
A company that's already drawn the ire of some Portsmouth residents for noisy helicopters used for tours is now selling them too.
A year after a devastating fire, Rustic Crust in Pittsfield is holding an open house at its brand-new production facility.
Kudos to this man for his entrepeneurial spirit-he's selling snow for profit.
National and World
Fighting continues in Northern Syria as the fate of 70 abducted Christians remains unclear.
An ex-Marine has been convicted in the shooting death of "American Sniper" Chris Kyle.
Southwest is grounding 128 planes over safety inspection concerns.
A huge accident caused big traffic problems outside Bangor this morning.
Girl Scout Cookie ovens? You betcha.
Everything is awesome with Lego.