Civics

Manchester man sentenced after conviction on gun, drug charges

Attorney General John M. Formella and Manchester Police Chief Allen D. Aldenberg announce that Vincent Chaney, age 50, formerly of Manchester, New Hampshire, was sentenced on November 16, 2022, by the Hillsborough County Superior Court-Northern District to 17 to 50 years in the New Hampshire State Prison. Mr. Chaney was sentenced after having been found guilty by a jury of one count of possessing crack cocaine with intent to sell or dispense and seven counts of possessing firearms after being a convicted felon.  READ MORE

Business

New Hampshire Attorney General joins multi-state lawsuit to fight for airline customer rights

New Hampshire Attorney General John M. Formella has joined a multi-state coalition asking Congress to allow attorneys general to enforce state and federal consumer protections for airline travelers. This request comes after attorneys general have received thousands of complaints from outraged passengers, claiming airlines have failed in their service responsibilities, causing significant frustrations and unnecessary challenges. READ MORE