A Newmarket woman was killed when her car crashed on Route 101 Wednesday morning. Investigators are looking into whether speed and cell phone use may have been contributing factors, police said. READ MORE
CONCORD, NH – A hiker from Massachusetts suffering from hypothermia was rescued Tuesday by NH Conservation officers, after they received an electronic SOS alert. On December 22, 2015 at 1:35 p.m. NH Conservation Officers were READ MORE
Instead of ceasing and desisting, and paying the $75 fine for clamming without a license, David Janvrin decided to try and get away with it by fighting off the conservation officer and attempting to hide in a marsh, which didn’t work out for him in the end. READ MORE
The Addiction Performance Project presents dramatic readings of Act Three of Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey into Night as a catalyst for town hall discussions about the disease of addiction as it touches patients, families, communities, and health professionals who work in the fields of primary care, nursing, and clinical bioethics. READ MORE
A community celebration is planned for October 4 when the neighborhoods of South Nashua dedicates a sculpture entitled “Mother and Child” created by Zimbabwe sculptress Ennica Mukomberanwa during the 8th Annual Nashua International Sculpture Symposium in May.
Veteran Victory Farm in Fitzwilliam is one of the Veteran Homestead programs offering unique opportunities for lifestyle changes to our nation’s homeless veterans; veterans who are desperately seeking success in the transition between residential treatment programs to independent or transitional housing. READ MORE
A woman known to Pima County Sheriff’s Department for 34 years only as “Jane Doe” finally has an identity – Brenda Gerow, a Nashua native who was 20 years old the last time she was seen alive by her family. READ MORE