The New Hampshire Union Leader building has been bought by investor Peter Levine for $3.8 million after being on the market for about four years, according to Deanna Caron of Stebbins Commercial Properties Inc. READ MORE
Unlike all other states, mentally ill people in New Hampshire who have been civilly committed to the state psychiatric hospital can be transferred to the State Prison for Men’s Secure Psychiatric Unit just a few miles away in Concord, even if they haven’t been charged with or convicted of a crime. They need only be deemed a danger to themselves or others to be transferred. READ MORE
At a hearing Monday, Judge Paul Barbadoro questioned lawyers representing Trooper Chad Lavoie and the estate of Wendy Lawrence, 45, who died after Lavoie fired 11 shots into her car following a police pursuit on Sept. 30, 2013. Former Attorney General Joseph Foster ruled the shooting a justified use of deadly force.
The state’s Site Evaluation committee will decide by Sept. 30 whether New Hampshire approves or denies Eversource Energy/Northern Pass Transmission’s application to build a 192-mile, $1.6 billion high-voltage power line from Pittsburg to Deerfield to bring Hydro-Quebec electricity through NH to the New England grid. READ MORE
The mother’s boyfriend was implicated and later released, but as James Dale maintains his innocence, new evidence has emerged – and the Innocence Project has reached out to assist Dale in his quest for a new trial. READ MORE
New Hampshire is the final state in the nation to implement an IIS, a recognized component in a standard of care that consolidates a listing of all immunizations an individual has received, providing for a comprehensive and accurate record for both patient and health care provider. READ MORE