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All Things New Hampshire: Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Stories that have us clicking on NH1.com
NH1 News Investigates "Pricey Prisons" and how overtime pay is impacting the state's budget.
1 year after his disappearance and the discovery of his parents' bodies at their burned-out Manchester home, the search continues for fugitive Matthew Dion.
Anti-bullying advocates testified at the State House Tuesday to oppose a bill that would prevent schools from accessing social media accounts.
The issue of constitutional-carry remains a hot topic in Concord.
Nashua police have arrested a Massachusetts man on sexual assault charges.
A Boston man is facing charges in theft of a high-end piece of jewelry.
A man is facing charges after police say he exposed himself in a parking lot in Hooksett.
A woman from Gonic has been indicted on accusations she provided heroin that later led to a man's death.
A man from Somersworth has been indicted for an armed robbery of a state liquor store.
12 deer were found dead in South Hampton, and Conservation officials are pleading with you to avoid feeding deer.
Chris Christie is the last of the major GOP names to commit to next month's NH GOP summit.
Ted Cruz is staffing up in New Hampshire, as is Carly Fiorina.
Ohio Governor John Kasich toured the Granite State today as he considers a Presidential bid.
The NH Congressional delegation are asking President Obama for a disaster declaration in response to January's blizzard.
Governor Hassan is moving north from Exeter.
NH1's Top 5 today: the Top 5 campgrounds in New Hampshire.
Today's viral video: "Uptown Funk", Harry Potter-style (or perhaps more accurately, Voldemort style).
74,000 boxes of Amy's Kitchen frozen food are being recalled over listeria concerns.
Stories we're following from the NH1 Media Center today
A panel discussion is being held this morning at UNH about maple syrup production.
A judge is scheduled to hear two motions by lawyers for Genevieve Kelley of Whitefield, including to dismiss the state's single charge that Kelley interfered with Mark Nunes' custody of their daughter, Mary Nunes. Kelley reappeared last fall 10 years after disappearing with then 8 year-old Mary Nunes in the midst of a custody dispute.
Governor Hassan will delcare Greek Independence Day at the State House.
There's a public meeting tonight in Londonderry to discuss target shooting in the Musquash and other town-owned conservation land.
Keene Pumpkin festival organizers will be back before the Planning, Licenses and Development Committee tonight for a second time as they attempt to get a license for this year's festival. The Committee had previously denied their request; the City Council referred the matter back to the committee before making a decision.
Video from a Manchester gun range was shown in the Boston Marathon bombing trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Tuesday.
The budget-writing committee in the state House of Representatives has approved a budget with $340 million in cuts.
Nashua officials have sent a proposed panhandling ordinance back to committee.
Crews are responding to a major gas leak in Keene.
An off-duty captain is being credited with calling in a fire at a Dover Point home and getting a woman out of the burning buidling.
Police in Portsmouth say a woman brought a child to a drug deal, and she's now facing charges along with another man.
Portsmouth school officials are denying liability for a 2013 sex assault case involving a former school employee and a 14 year-old girl.
Rochester Police are charging a woman with having heroin in the parking lot of Frisbie hospital.
A public forum is set for next Tuesday to discuss water contamination at Pease. That news comes as local firefighters are expressing concern about their toxin exposure.
A fire destroyed several units at a storage facility in Raymond.
No charges will be filed in connection with the discovery of active explosives at a home in Middleton.
A new study by NH researchers suggests cyber theives easily thwart username and password-protected accounts.
A state prosecutor says they offered a plea deal to an ex-Seabrook police officer accused of mistreating a suspect at the police station in an incident that was caught on video.
A Londonderry woman accused of stealing money from a youth football league has been ordered to pay up to avoid jail time.
A potential challenger to 1st District Congressman Frank Guinta has named his campaign team.
A day after he's expected to announce he's running for President, Rand Paul is holding a rally in Milford.
A poll conducted for the Howie Carr Show (heard on WEMJ in Laconia) says Scott Walker holds a lead over Jeb Bush in New Hampshire.
The House Finance Committee is looking to pull back on mandatory minimum sentences for nonviolent offenders.
Solar power-and who gets to make use of it-have become the center of a debate at the State House.
Despite a $500,000 shortfall, Nashua's school board is sticking with the budget it's sending to the Board of Alderman.
There was a standing-room-only crowd in Derry as supporters of police and firefighters turned out to voice their concerns about the town's proposed budget.
Officials in Manchester acknowledge that there's problems with the city's computerized grading system, but they also say that there are no easy fixes.
An Alderman in Manchester is announcing a run for Mayor.
Salem officials say they're not interested in land that's being vacated by a State Liquor store.
Amherst Selectmen have said no to the proposed Kinder-Morgan natural gas pipeline.
The issue of who's the chair of the Belknap County Commissioners is headed to court.
A bank robbery suspect was caught in Milford Monday afternoon.
A wrong-way driver has been charged with DWI and reckless driving in Rochester.
1 person is hopsitalized after a wrong-way accident in Weare.
Police in Epping say a father's request to "scare straight" his son was turned down, and they are trying to avoid sending the wrong message.
An accident in Pinkham's Grant led to the death of a man from Berlin.
Firefighters battled flames at a 3-story building in Rochester Tuesday afternoon.
A Rochester woman's been charged with selling heroin to an undercover officer.
A Connecticut woman was injured in a snowmobile crash in Warner.
Merrimack police are looking for information in connection with a series of BB gun incidents.
A Newport home was damaged by fire, and investigators believe it started in the chimney.
UNH-Manchester has opened its new facilities at the Pandora mill building, made possible by a deal with Segway creator Dean Kamen.
Kinder-Morgan held an informational meeting in the town of Mason last night.
A school in Kingston is rallying to the aid of a school worker seriously injured in a crash on Route 125 in Brentwood back on March 6th.
Middle schoolers learned the realities of budgeting at a fair held at Pinkerton Academy Tuesday.
Nashua is offering a Lyme disease toolkit online.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft spoke out on the "Deflategate" controversy.
Concord's Matt Bonner took to his weekly radio show to discuss an incident in last weekend's Celtics-Spurs game where rookie Marcus Smart punched him the groin.
The SNHU men's basketball team is getting set to take part in the NCAA Division II Men's basketball tournament Elite 8.
Completion of work on the Broad Street Parkway could be delayed for several months.
A grant's been awarded to promote walkable streets in Nashua.
National and World News
They're reveiwing black box data related to that German plane crashing in the French Alps.
Backers of Boston's 2024 Olympics bid are calling for a voter referendum on the issue.
Aaron Hernandez's cousin testified in his murder trial Tuesday, though she couldn't remember all that much.
A former Mitt Romney aide has joined Scott Walker's team.
Ted Cruz opposes Obamacare, but is also signing up for it.
Italy's High Court has taken up the Amanda Knox case.