Talks set for FairPoint Communications and union.

Negotiations are scheduled to resume between FairPoint Communications and the largest union representing workers across Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.


Man charged with kidnapping in NH teen’s case.

34-year-old Nathaniel Kibby was arrested Monday afternoon in connection with the kidnapping of Abigail Hernandez.


Hassan signs human trafficking bill.

Gov. Hassan has signed a measure into law that takes significant steps to strengthen protections for human trafficking victims and reinforcing New Hampshire's commitment to equal justice for all.


Brown gains support from Bass.

Supporters gathered Saturday afternoon at Lindy's Diner as former Congressman Charlie Bass formally endorsed Former Sen. Scott Brown in his bid to return to Washington.


Family feud sparks revolt at grocery store chain.

Following the firing of CEO Arthur T. Demoulas, Market Basket employees demanding for his reinstatement and are planing another protest for Friday.


Work continues on insurance network rules.

The State's Insurance Department says network adequacy requirements for health plans should be more focused on making sure consumers have adequate access to different types of services rather than providers.


Bookkeeper accused of taking $60K from dentist.

Penny Lussier has pleaded not guilty to embezzling more than $60,000 from the Vermont dental office where she worked for several years.


Town of Swanzey breaks ground on Enterprise Zone.

Officials gathered Monday for a Groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate construction on the town's new Enterprise Zone, which will also connect Routes 12 and 32.


Groundbreaking on new road to help development.

Swanzey will hold a groundbreaking ceremony Monday for a project that will connect two major routes.


Boy hit by a Truck flown out for medical attention.

Keene Police are investigating Friday afternoon's accident which has left a young boy hospitalized.


GOP challenges $25K contribution to Hassan.

The State's Republican Party has filed a complaint with the attorney general's office over a $25,000 contribution to Gov. Hassan from a political action committee.


Auction date set for tax militants’ property .

Federal officials are once again preparing to sell the fortress-like home of Ed and Elaine Brown in Plainfield. The minimum required bid for the property is $250,000.


Man turns himself in following Central Square assault.

On Wednesday James Philips turned himself into Police and was charged in with Second degree assault in connection with the June 3rd assault of Matthew Oldershaw.


Wagner Resigns, Logan named Interim Principal.

Cheshire Career Center Director James Logan has been named Interim Principal of Keene High school following the abrupt resignation of Lynne Wagner.


State investigating possible labor violations.

After two men from Mexico were arrested on charges related to immigration status, the state is now investigating the companies working to finish the elementary school.


New Hampshire has $2.2M in drinking water grants

The State's Department of Environmental Services says there is $2.2 million available this fall for grants to protect drinking water in the southern part of the state.


Police: Man strikes trooper at Speedway, crashes.

Police say Damian Biron of North Sutton has been accused of driving into the path of two state troopers directing traffic after the New Hampshire Motor Speedway race, striking one of them, then speeding away and hitting another vehicle.


Storm outages delay FairPoint unions’ vote.

Weather-related power outages have led to delays on the vote whether to authorize a strike by union employees of the telecommunications firm.


Cop freed early returns to jail per court order.

Former Manchester police officer Steven Coco has returned to jail after being released after only serving a fraction of his one-year sentence.


Poll shows Shaheen leading Senate challengers.

A new poll puts Shaheen ahead of her possible challengers in New Hampshire's Senate race.

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