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After Keene's City Council voted down holding a Pumpkin Festival several other communities including Nashua, are looking at the possibility of hosting one.
The Kentucky Senator will take part in a rally Wednesday in Milford, a day after announcing his plans to run for the 2016 Republican Presidential nomination.
Police are looking to the public for help in identifying a woman they say stole from the JC Penny's on West Street and then forced her way out of the store.
Senator Ayotte confirmed Saturday, that her State Director David Wihby has resigned after being arrested Friday on a prostitution-related charge.
One person was transported to Cheshire Medical Center and treated for burns and a pet was found dead following Friday night's fire on Oak Street.
James Robarge was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison after being convicted of beating his wife to death hours after she filed for divorce.
James Robarge is scheduled to be sentenced Friday in Sullivan County Superior Court, after being convicted of killing his estranged wife Kelly Robarge in February.
Dr. Jose Montero has been named Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth-Hitchcock of Keene's vice president for population health and health system integration and will act as the hospital's chief liaison to Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center on all matters relating to population health.
After the City's Planning, Licensing and Development Committee rejected two requests from Let It Shine, the full City Council will decide the fate of the Keene Pumpkin Festival Thursday evening.
Police say Tyler Day is in custody following a domestic dispute which forced officials put a pair of area schools into lockdown mode Wednesday morning.
Gov. Hassan is scheduled to meet with the group of fourth-graders who proposed an unsuccessful bill to designate the red-tailed hawk as the state's official raptor.
Authorities say that autopsies have been completed on three people found dead Saturday night with Bedford Superintendent of Schools Chip McGee telling parents in an e-mail that "This tragedy will affect all of us, and it will affect Riddle Brook School in particular."
According to a survey by the website, Gasbuddy.com, gas in the Granite state has fallen to 2.4 cents per gallon in the past week, to average of $2.30.
Authorities in Bedford say they are investigating three suspicious deaths at a residence on McAfee Farm Road.
Wheelabrator Technologies says it plans to sell the incinerator at its Claremont facility.
Following the decision to deny Let It Shine's application for a license to hold a Pumpkin Festival this October, the matter now heads back to the full City Council.