Quality built town home with hardwood, tile, granite, stainless steel appliances, deck, 2nd floor laundry, 2 bedrooms; a two-room master suite with master bath, attached garage that enters on the main level. The town home is 1,373 sq READ MORE
After approximately 45 minutes Fries was located and again failed to comply with Troopers commands, at which time he was taken into custody by the police dog, sustaining minor injuries to his left arm in the process. READ MORE
There are some black benches in need of fixing – or maybe replacing. As you can see by the photographs, they have been bent enough that there are rusty spots where the metal has been damaged. READ MORE
Manchester Schools have released the updated start and end times for students for the 2014-15 school year. The district has a diverse population of approximately 17,500 students enrolled in grades K-12. According to the Greater READ MORE
The New Hampshire Lottery is introducing new scratch tickets that capitalize on our collective obsession with zombies, and local excitement over the New England Patriots. Available as of Aug. 25: $2 Walking Dead AMC scratch READ MORE
This is Keechi, a 5-year-old 72-pound purebred pit bull terrier. He has a happy-go-lucky personality and is an intelligent pup who will sit when requested, give his paw as a sweet gesture and come when called. Keechi loves READ MORE
For months, the former Hoitt Furniture building, 267 Wilson Street, has been shuttered, the huge plate-glass windows papered and “for sale” signs on display. The 37,000+ square foot building is currently for sale for $1.5 million READ MORE
Mayor Ted Gatsas will enforce a city ordinance restricting the public from Bronstein Park during school hours. “No Trespassing” signs were erected on lamp posts around the perimeter of the park on Aug. 22. The decision READ MORE
“James Foley exemplified the best of our journalistic ideals, fearlessly going to some of the world’s most dangerous places to expose the horrific consequences of war and the beautiful humanity of those innocent civilians affected by it. An unconscionable act of terror took him from us far too soon, but his unyielding commitment to advancing our cherished First Amendment right across the globe and the truths he unveiled will live on forever. As Granite Staters and people around the world mourn, our thoughts and prayers remain with the Foley family and their loved ones.” READ MORE
It’s not easy being a cop. Especially not right now, in the wake of a fatal shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, involving an unarmed man named Michael Brown, who was shot multiple times by a police officer READ MORE
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