Mar 4, 2015 11:59 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Stories that have us clicking on NH1.com
A Belknap County Commissioner's meeting fell apart Monday amid infighting amongst the Commission members.
A woman who died in a Monday night crash in Belmont has been identified.
A bank robbery suspect is in custody in Manchester after an apparent heroin overdose.
A Rochester man is facing charges for shooting and killing his dog.
Members of the New Hampshire Congressional delegation reacted to yesterday's speech by the Israeli Prime Minister.
Fewer patients visiting New Hampshire hospitals are uninsured, according to a new study.
New Hampshire ranks as the 10th-most expensive state to rent in.
The world's biggest pit bull lives in New Hampshire. When we say big, we mean BIG-check out the photo.
A group of students in Bow is getting national recognition for their efforts to clean up trash.
Stories we're following from the NH1 Media Center
After more than 2 months of jury selection, the trial for accused Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dhokhar Tsarnaev gets underway in Boston. NH1's Siobahn Lopez will be in the courtroom as opening arguments get underway.
A dispositional conference is scheduled for Nathaniel Kibby in Carroll County. Kibby's accused of kidnapping a Conway teen back in October of 2013.
The New Hampshire Veterans Home in Tilton is back open to visitors today, weeks after visits were restricted because of concerns over the spread of the flu virus.
A vote is scheduled in the New Hampshire House on a bill that would ban people under 18 from using tanning beds.
Fairpoint is expected to release quarterly and year-end earnings today. It could provide a glimpse into how the company weathered the strike by union workers starting in October.
Top News from around New Hampshire
A stabbing is under investigation at the Pericles Club in Manchester.
Speed may be a factor in a rollover accident on I-89 this morning involving a tractor-trailer truck.
A woman in Dover has been charged after overdosing in front of her children-for a second time.
The family of a defense contractor from New Hampshire found dead in Saudi Arabia says autopsy results show he was murdered.
City Councilors in Rochester are concerned about flooding from all the snow.
State revenues are above estimates for February.
NHPR took a closer look at accusations of mismanagement at the Lakeview Rehabilitation Center in Effingham.
The names are starting to pile up for the upcoming NHGOP leadership summit.
Jeb Bush has announced his first house party in New Hampshire. No word on whether or not Kid 'n Play will be invited.
An upcoming Supreme Court decision could have a major impact on health insurance in New Hampshire.
Legislators are unhappy that the Governor has refused to release department proposals to find budget efficiencies.
A bill spurred by the admission of inappopriate conduct involving the owner of 12 health clinics around the state has been killed in the legislature.
There's a hearing today on a bill that would allow the commercial composting of meat and dairy.
Salem selectman are condemning social media comments made by one of their members.
An aldermanic committee in Manchester has given the OK to a ordinance regulating ride-sharing services like Uber.
A Londonderry Town Councilor says he was silenced during a meeting when he tried to talk about a warrant article for the hiring of firefighters.
Dr. Ben Carson has launched an exploratory committee for President.
The estate of a woman who contracted hepatitis C during the now-infamous outbreak at Exeter hospital-who later died in a house explosion-has filed suit.
17 years in prison on robbery and gun charges for a Concord man.
A Salem man will get 2 to 6 years in prison after being sentenced for possesion of child pornagraphy.
A sentencing date has been set for a former Dover City Councilor convicted of criminal threatening.
A deal has been reached to drop witness tampering charges against a Rye woman.
An early-morning fire damaged a condo in Portsmouth, and an officer is being credited with getting a disabled resident out safely.
A Litchfield man is facing multiple charges after threatening his nephew with a gun.
A man accused of driving drunk when he hit a police cruiser in New Durham is facing multiple charges.
More relative mischief: A Nashua man's been accused of stealing $10,000 from his grandmother.
Police in Dunbarton are looking for a stolen vehicle.
A sex offender who walked away from a halfway house in Manchester has been recaptured.
The first new bank in 7 years has gotten the OK to open in Bedford.
State unemployment levels remained the same in January and February.
Power plant owners are arguing that talk of an energy "crisis" is overblown.
A location for a medical marijuana dispensary is being eyed in Dover.
Talk about trial by fire-a New Hampshire native pitched against the Red Sox in his first collegiate game.
This is horrible: A woman in Epping found her cat dead in her car's engine compartment after driving to Wal-Mart.
4th graders from Hampton Falls are a step closer to having the red-tailed hawk named the state's official bird of prey.
A Rochester doctor makes house calls-in the name of reading.
An event next week in Concord will recognize Medal of Honor winner Ryan Pitts.
National and World News
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a case that would have major implications on the Affordable Care Act.
Did Hillary Clinton use a personal email address inappropriately during her time as Secretary of State?