Clinton heads to New Hampshire for second campaign trip.

Hillary Rodham Clinton returns to the Granite State Friday and will meet with folks in Hampton and Exeter.


Law enforcement gathering to honor fallen officers.

Gov. Hassan and Senior Assistant Attorney General Jeff Strelzin are scheduled to attend Friday's ceremony which will honor the State's 46 fallen Police officers.


Senate budget writers restore health cuts in House plan.

Senate budget writers are looking to restore many of the cuts to House's 11.2 billion budget including services for older residents,people with developmental disabilities and substance abuse treatment.


Governor to sign bill enabling Balsams redevelopment.

Gov. Hassan is scheduled to sign a bill Wednesday which creates a special taxing district allowing the state to back $28 million in bonds toward redeveloping the Balsams.


Lebanon fears biker gang retribution, police on alert.

Lebanon Police went on alert Tuesday after learning a motorcycle group may have wanted to "deal with" another rival biker faction that was holding a fundraiser Tuesday evening.


GOP committee declines to ask Guinta to resign.

The New Hampshire Republican Party's Executive Committee has chosen not to ask U.S. Rep Frank Guinta to resign, despite calls from fellow Republicans that he step down.


Man convicted of murder in ’71 to argue for new trial.

Lawyers for Robert Breest plan to present new DNA results to a judge to determine if he should get a new trial after being convicted of killing an 18-year-old woman more than 40 years ago.


Three arrested in Rockingham with $15,000 in counterfeit bills.

Early Saturday morning Police took Arturo Puello of Queens New York, Yohandy Rodriguez Candelario and Raynelis Rodriguez Candelario both of Brooklyn New York into custody after discovering $15,000 in counterfeit bills and Marijuana in their vehicle.


Improper disposal of Smoking materials causes House fire.

Fire officials say the improper disposal of the materials led to the blaze which kept Fire fighters busy Sunday afternoon.


Bills on breastfeeding, booze sales move through Legislature.

A number of smaller and potenially influential bills are still up for consideration during the final weeks of this legislative session.


Keene Firefighters tackle early morning blaze.

An early morning fire on Church Street is being called suspicious after causing significant damage to the garage of an abandoned apartment building


Missing prisoner located in Greenfield Massachusetts.

On Thursday Police in Greenfield Mass located Joseph Arsenault and took him to custody.


Vermont Authorities search for escaped prisoner.

Vermont Authorities are searching for 22 year-old Joseph Arsenault after he managed to escaped from Police custody Wednesday night in Brattleboro.


Elections agency: Guinta took illegal money from parents.

According to the Federal Elections Commission Federal Elections Commission says U.S. Rep. Frank Guinta illegally accepted more than $300,000 in campaign donations from his parents in 2010.


Former Ayotte aide waives arraignment on prostitution charge.

Senator Ayotte's former State Director for New Hampshire David Wihby waived arraignment to a prostitution charge, following his arrest in April.


Former architect countersues district over new Unity school.

Scott Vaughn has counter sued the Unity School district for more than $800,000 for unpaid services alleging a breach of contract by the district.


Keene State College Holds Commencement Exercise.

Keene State College held its 2015 Commencement Saturday and awarded degrees to this year's graduating class.


Guinta, Kuster, to host mental health summit.

Republican Frank Guinta and Democrat Annie Kuster will host a summit to discuss establishing a national strategy for the treatment of mental illness and increased investment in research for its prevention and treatment.


Shaheen introduces energy-efficiency bill.

Sen. Shaheen has introduced the HEAT Act, which she says addresses regulatory barriers that hampers the use of heat recovery technologies known as combined heat and power and waste heat to power.


Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson to campaign in New Hampshire.

Dr. Carson returns to New Hampshire Sunday for a two day visit that marks his first appearance in the state since he announced his candidacy for President.

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