Brattleboro Police search for suspect following bank robbery.

Police are searching for the man they say robbed the People's United Bank on Main Street Monday afternoon.


Legislative work to continue through summer.

Despite the fact that the regular legislative calendar may be coming to an end, lawmakers in Concord plan to keep working throughout the summer on among other things, a long term two year state budget.


Sen. Kelly Ayotte to kick off re-election campaign.

The Republican Senator told supporters in an email Sunday that she will start campaigning for a second term on Tuesday and kick things off with a rally in Manchester.


Keene man arrested for sexual liaison with young girl.

Police arrested Harrison Chambers Thursday night for the alleged sexual assault of a young girl who he met online.


Keene Police search for robbery suspect.

Police say they're searching for the man who robbed the Granite Convenience Store on Park Ave Thursday afternoon.


House OKs tax law change sought by Planet Fitness.

A proposed change to the state's tax laws that started out as a way to accommodate Planet Fitness has been approved by both the House and Senate and is now headed to Gov. Hassan's desk.


NH Supreme Court rules in favor of 3 police officers’ appeal.

The State's Supreme Court has ruled in favor of three Manchester police officers who wanted their names removed from the county attorney's confidential list of cops who might have credibility issues.


Lawmakers to vote on budget, short-term spending plan.

Even as members of the House and Senate prepare to vote on the Republican-backed state budget, lawmakers will also vote on a short-term spending plan that will keep the government open, when Gov. Hassan vetoes the budget.


Names of police officers released who mistakenly passed exam.

The New Hampshire Attorney General's office says it plans to release the names of the 64 police officers who were were mistakenly told they had passed an assessment to administer a device that tests a person's blood-alcohol content.


Shaheen calls for continuation of export bank.

On Monday Sen. Shaheen will tour a manufacturing company in Rochester and explain the important role the Export-Import Bank plays in financing U.S. exports.


State lawmakers begin work on short-term spending plan.

This week Gov. Hassan and Lawmakers will address the $11.3 billion budget, which the Governor says she'll veto because it cuts business taxes and doesn't offer a raise for state employees or funds to continue Medicaid expansion beyond 2016.


Hearing scheduled for man accused of strangling parents.

After spending 15 months on the run Matthew Dion is scheduled to appear in a Manchester court room Friday, as a Judge will determine whether or not there's enough evidence for the case.


Hassan threatens to veto Republican-crafted state budget.

Even with a deadline of Thursday, Gov. Hassan says she'll veto the tentative spending plan crafted by a Republican-led team of lawmakers,


Surry man charged with child sex solicitation.

Police arrested Matthew Greeley Tuesday, after they say he tried to solicit sex from a 15 year-old child who he met on Facebook.


Lawmakers to debate increasing domestic violence funding.

Lawmakers are scheduled to begin negotiations over a measure that would increase funding for domestic violence programs.


Eversource to announce job training partnership.

Company officials will unveil a "major jobs initiative" involving energy projects, at a press conference Tuesday morning.


Gas prices up over 4 cents in New Hampshire.

Gasbuddy.com says gas prices rose 4.3 cents per gallon the past week to an average of $2.70.


Clinton to hold first public event in New Hampshire.

Hillary Rodham Clinton will host a launch party at Carter Hill Orchard in Concord on Monday morning.


Police looking for mother, 3 children, for welfare check.

Rindge Police are searching for 34-year-old Holly Aho, and her three children, who were last heard from Monday.


Groups rally against bill requiring 30-day residency to vote.

A coalition of civil rights groups, local election authorities and lawmakers are urging Governor Hassan to veto a bill making it a requirement that people live in the state for 30 days before they can register to vote.

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