Sale of New Hampshire oil dealer goes through.

On Tuesday A deal was reached in the sale of Fred Fuller Oil & Propane to Rymes Propane & Oil for $12 to $13 million.


Andrew Card to lead Franklin Pierce University.

Former White House Chief of Staff and former Franklin Pierce trustee Andrew Card has been named Franklin Pierce University's fifth president.


Police arrest one and issue arrest warrants for three.

Police arrested Micela Barbolla of Middleton MA, Thursday and issues arrest warrants for Nicholas Norstrom of Coventry CT, Connor Wishart of Londonderry NH, and Stephen Livingstone of Lynn MA.


Hassan to present budget reductions.

On Monday Gov. Maggie Hassan will outline budget reductions aimed to keeping the state budget that ends on June 30 balanced.


City: Quarter-toting ‘Robin Hooders’ must back off.

Lawyers for the City of Keene are pressing the the state Supreme Court to force a group of self-styled Robin Hoods to keep their distance from Parking enforcement officers, so they can do they jobs.


Veterinarian: Animals got worse at Santa’s Land.

Dr. Tammy McNamara testified that the animals at the Vermont holiday-themed park had gotten worse, despite a care plan she made for the owner earlier this year.


Medical marijuana dispensary proposed for Epping.

After the state passed a law allowing seriously ill residents to use marijuana to treat their illnesses, a medical marijuana dispensary has been proposed in Epping.


Striking FairPoint workers to rally at Statehouse.

Striking workers plan to hold a rally in front of the Vermont Statehouse in Montpelier.


New reps learn rules of New Hampshire House.

The state's newly elected state representatives, are spending two days touring the State House and learning the ropes of legislative procedure.


Vermont Yankee makes pending layoffs official.

Officials at the nuclear power plant say they plan to lay off 165 employees starting in January.


Two arrested on drug charges.

Christina Goodnow and Christopher Silvernale were arrested over the weekend on Drug Possession charges.


FairPoint strike continues after mediation fail.

Tuesday afternoon's meeting between FairPoint and unions representing workers in northern New England since late August failed to produce any results.


O’Brien nominated as next New Hampshire Speaker.

Republican Bill O'Brien has been nominated to become the next speaker of the New Hampshire House.


FairPoint, striking workers return to table.

On Tuesday officials from FairPoint Communications will meet with representatives of more than 1,700 striking workers in Boston to see if they can find any common ground.


Health officials host session on Ebola.

Public health director Dr. Jose Montero and state epidemiologist Dr. Benjamin Chan will hold a public meeting Monday evening at at Kearsarge Regional High School to discuss health care workers returning to the state from Ebola-stricken countries in West Africa.


Officer shoots man who leads them on car chase.

Vermont State Police say an Windsor Police Officer fired his weapon at a 34-year-old Jose Burgos of White River Junction, before he drove away and lead Police on a chase into New Hampshire.


O’Brien, Chandler compete for House speaker post.

On Tuesday House Republicans will decide whether Gene Chandler of Bartlett or Bill O'Brien of Mont Vernon will become the new Speaker of the House.


Residents gather for forum on the fate of Pumpkin festival.

Thursday evening residents shared their views on what changes they feel need to occur when it comes to the fate of the Keene Pumpkin Festival.


Hassan kicks off insurance sign-up season.

With open enrollment of President Obama's health insurance law scheduled to begin Saturday, Governor Hassan says the state is taking important steps toward improving the health and financial well-being of its residents.


Hassan makes nominations to PUC, energy committee.

Gov. Hassan plans to nominate Martin Honigberg to serve as chairman of the Public Utilities Commission, Patricia Weathersby and Roger Hawk to the Site Evaluation Committee at Wednesday's Executive Council meeting.

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