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On Thursday Police in Greenfield Mass located Joseph Arsenault and took him to custody.
Vermont Authorities are searching for 22 year-old Joseph Arsenault after he managed to escaped from Police custody Wednesday night in Brattleboro.
According to the Federal Elections Commission Federal Elections Commission says U.S. Rep. Frank Guinta illegally accepted more than $300,000 in campaign donations from his parents in 2010.
Senator Ayotte's former State Director for New Hampshire David Wihby waived arraignment to a prostitution charge, following his arrest in April.
Scott Vaughn has counter sued the Unity School district for more than $800,000 for unpaid services alleging a breach of contract by the district.
Keene State College held its 2015 Commencement Saturday and awarded degrees to this year's graduating class.
Republican Frank Guinta and Democrat Annie Kuster will host a summit to discuss establishing a national strategy for the treatment of mental illness and increased investment in research for its prevention and treatment.
Sen. Shaheen has introduced the HEAT Act, which she says addresses regulatory barriers that hampers the use of heat recovery technologies known as combined heat and power and waste heat to power.
Dr. Carson returns to New Hampshire Sunday for a two day visit that marks his first appearance in the state since he announced his candidacy for President.
Governor Christie met with fellow republicans Thursday evening at the Keene Country Club for the group's Lincoln Day Dinner.
Authorities are still searching on land and in the Connecticut River for 26-year-old Nick Washburn, who's been missing since the night of April 10th.
WKBK's Lou Dumont passed away early Thursday morning at the age of 90.
The Governor says she plans to restore $3.9 million in rate increases for state nursing homes.
State police are searching for two men who they say tied up a and robbed a 60-year-old Charlestown woman Sunday night.
Officials say 22 year-old Kara Westbrook is safe after getting lost on Mt. Monadnock Sunday night into Monday.
Police are asking for the public's help following a break in last month at the Mills property off of Ralston street.
The State Senate's Finance Committee will hold two public meetings Tuesday afternoon on what should and shouldn't be included in the state's spending plan for the next 2-years.
President and CEO Rob Simpson says he's leaving the hospital after nine years to join the consulting company Linkage, but will continue to work on philanthropic efforts for the Retreat on a part-time basis.
The Department of Health and Human Services will deliver its budget presentation Monday to the Senate Finance Committee. After Advocates for the various divisions protested a $11.2 billion two-year budget recently passed by the House.
The New Hampshire Senator says she's glad the Small Business Administration has moved quickly to implement her legislation aimed at encouraging women-owned small businesses.