All Things New Hampshire: Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Sorry this is so late today. Blame the blizzard.
Congratulations! You survived the Blizzard of '15. The bad news: more snow could be on the way. Here's Clayton's extended forecast.
Many areas in New England saw more than 2 feet of snow from the Blizzard of '15.
Here's some updated snow totals from around New Hampshire.
Manchester-Boston Regional Airport is getting back up to speed after yesterday's storm.
A Manchester man suffered serious injuries after being struck by a car during the height of Tuesday's storm.
Our reporter Tyler Dumont found himself on the receiving end in a Facebook-generated snowball fight in Portsmouth during Tuesday's storm.
Check out our complete gallery of photos sent in to us during Tuesday's storm.
Ifall you care about is cute pictures of dogs in snow, then this photo gallery is for you.
Other stories that have us clicking on NH1.com:
A 3-alarm fire destroyed a home in Gilmanton during the height of the storm Tuesday.
Senator Jeanne Shaheen has reintroduced a veterans benefits bill.
An ex-Virgina Governor is back in the Granite State, with a possible eye towards 2016.
NH1 Political Director Paul Steinhauser reports that Chris Christie has reached out to one of New Hampshire's Congressional delegation.
The blizzard led to the postponement of the trial of the suspected Boston Marathon bomber.
Events we're following from the NH1 Media Center:
Today is the 29th Anniversary of the Challenger disaster that killed 6 astronauts and Concord teacher Christa McAuliffe.
The state's annual homeless count is underway today.
Governor Hassan held an Executive Council meeting at noon today.
Strafford County Commissioners is scheduled meet this evening to talk about their budget. One line item to be considered is funding that could reopen Hyder Family Hospice House.
The Merrimack Zoning Board of Adjustment is scheduled to meet tonight to discuss a proposal that would convert the former Shaw's Supermarket on Daniel Webster Highway into an indoor go-kart track.
Top News from around New Hampshire
Not everybody was happy about yesterday's snow day.
Some businesses stayed open despite the bad weather.
Cleanup in Dover could take several days.
UNH students kept themselves busy during Tuesday's storm.
Nearly 120 vehicle owners didn't heed warnings in Manchester and woke up Tuesday to find their cars towed.
An apparent murder-suicide that happened just a few hundred feet away from the Maine-NH border is under investigation.
Nashua police are pulling a pair of school resource officers out of Nashua high schools.
Firefighters are crediting some heads-up thinking by neighbors for helping to save a home in Salem from fire.
Laconia is considering adding regulations that would allow a medical marijuana dispensary.
The cost of cleaning up snow is piling up in Durham.
An indictment for a man accused of being involved in a Seacoast Church scam.
A Manchester man is accused of selling drugs out of his car dealership.
Littleton is now out of the running for a medical marijuana dispensary.
The Celtics are on a hot streak (for them, anyway).
Coyotes could be a problem in Dover.