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Investigators from the New Hampshire Fire Marshal’s Office, the Manchester Fire Department and Manchester Police Department have determined that Jerome “Jerry” F. Crowley Jr., 60, perished in an accidental fire on Oct. 22 at his Amherst Street apartment, a fire ignited by a lit cigarette which Mr. Crowley was smoking when he fell asleep. READ MORE
Calling hours for Eleanor Baraniak are Oct. 16, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Lambert Funeral Home & Crematory, 1799 Elm St., corner of North Street, Manchester. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph Cathedral Chapel, Lowell Street, Manchester. READ MORE
Taylor O’Neill was dedicated, determined, grateful, and cherished the smaller things in life. He won many awards for his skateboarding excellence and loved skateboarding at the Merrimack skating park and spent many hours at the indoor skate park at Rye Airfield. His dream was to someday open an indoor skate park. 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