• New Hampshire Feb 6

    Ex-NH High School Teacher Pleads Not Guilty to Child Sex Abuse Charges

    A former Concord High School teacher faced a judge Friday, a day after police in New Hampshire arrested him over allegations that he paid a 16-year-old boy for sexual photos and videos, as well as for a sexual act. Joshua Harwood, a 36-year-old from Manchester, pleaded not guilty to a string of charges, including prostitution involving a child under the…

  • Concord Feb 6

    Ex-Teacher Faces Child Sex Abuse Charges in NH

    A former teacher in New Hampshire was in court Friday where he dnied multiple child sex abuse charges against him.

  • New Hampshire Feb 4

    NH Teacher Facing Child Sex Abuse Charges

    A New Hampshire high school teacher is facing child sex abuse charges, and police are asking for anyone with information to contact them.

  • New Hampshire Jan 22

    NH Police Officer Charged With Choking Woman, Attempting to Conceal Evidence

    A Concord, New Hampshire, police officer is facing multiple charges for allegedly assaulting a woman and then attempting to conceal evidence from investigators. Bryan Croft, 39, of Concord, was arrested Friday on several felony and misdemeanor charges dating back to an incident that occurred on Oct. 17, 2020, according to the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office. He was employed as…

  • New Hampshire Jan 17

    NH Authorities Respond to Suspicious Death in Concord

    Authorities in New Hampshire were responding Saturday to a suspicious death in Concord. Deputy Attorney General Jane E. Young and Concord Police Chief Bradley C. Osgood say police responded to a disturbance call outside a fourth floor apartment on Warren Street after 11:30 a.m. Officials say the caller reported hearing gunshots. Police arrived to the scene and found a man…

  • New Hampshire Jan 2

    ‘Literally Like an Earthquake': RV Crashes Into NH Home on New Year's Day

    It was an alarming start to 2021 for a family in Concord, New Hampshire.  They were woken up on New Year’s Day by an RV smashing into their home. “My fiancé and I sleep downstairs and it was literally like an earthquake,” explained Elizabeth Cushman. Elizabeth and her mom, Deanna, say when an RV came smashing into their Loudon...

  • Concord Jan 2

    RV Crashes Into NH Home on New Year's Day

    An RV smashed into a Concord family’s home early Friday morning. Police are investigating what went wrong and whether alcohol or drugs played a role.

  • New Hampshire Dec 22, 2020

    St. Paul's School Agrees to Changes After Monitor Quit

    Two months after a compliance monitor overseeing the handling of sexual abuse claims at St. Paul’s School resigned in protest, the school has agreed to hire an additional person to support his replacement and have an anti-sexual violence organization review its student safety programs. Jeffrey Maher resigned in October, accusing campus officials of thwarting his efforts. He had been...

  • food and drink Nov 17, 2020

    2 Locations of 99 Restaurant & Pub Are Closing for Good This Weekend

    A family-friendly chain of restaurants with local roots will be closing two locations in the Greater Boston area. According to posters within the Friends of Boston’s Hidden Restaurants Facebook group page, the 99 Restaurant & Pub in both Braintree and West Concord are closing, with a message from the company confirming this, saying that their last day in operation will...

  • New Hampshire Nov 8, 2020

    NH Man Pleads Guilty to Wife's Murder

    A New Hampshire man who appeared in court Friday pleaded guilty to murdering his wife last year, Attorney General Gordon MacDonald and Concord Police Chief Bradley Osgood announced. Emerson Figueiredo, 43, pleaded guilty to knowing second-degree murder in the July 2019 stabbing death of his 35-year-old wife, Nathalia DaPaixao. On July 28, 2019, police responded to a 911 call from…

  • Concord Nov 7, 2020

    ‘So Excited': Lt. Mark Brave to Become NH's 1st Black Sheriff

    On Election Day, a young lieutenant in the Strafford County Sheriff’s Office made history, becoming the first Black person ever elected sheriff in New Hampshire. “I’m so excited, I really am,” said Lt. Mark Brave. “That says that New Hampshire is open to progress, they’re open to new ideas.” The 35-year-old Dover resident ran on a platform of transparency,...

  • Decision 2020 Nov 7, 2020

    ‘So Excited': NH City Elects the State's 1st Black Sheriff

    A Strafford County sheriff’s lieutenant became the first black person ever elected sheriff in New Hampshire.

  • coronavirus Oct 25, 2020

    Health Officials Warn of Possible COVID Exposure at 2 NH Restaurants, 1 Casino

    New Hampshire health officials announced Saturday that they have identified three more establishments with potential community exposure to COVID-19, one day after they announced exposure at five well-known restaurants across the state. The newly affected establishments include two restaurants and a casino. Anyone who visited the Concord Casino in Concord, Paddy’s American Grille in Portsmouth or La Vista Italian...

  • New Hampshire Oct 25, 2020

    Possible COVID Exposure at 3 More NH Establishments

    The newly affected establishments include two restaurants and a casino. Anyone who visited the Concord Casino in Concord, Paddy’s American Grille in Portsmouth or La Vista Italian Cuisine in Lincoln during the days specified below should get tested for COVID-19, health officials said.

  • New Hampshire Oct 24, 2020

    Taxi Passenger Arrested Walking on I-89 After Assaulting Driver: NH Police

    A man was arrested while walking along the breakdown lane of Interstate 89 in New Hampshire Friday night after he assaulted the driver of a taxi he was in, police said. Dax David Duclos, 44, of Hopkinton, New Hampshire, is accused of assaulting the driver while he was riding in the cab on I-89, New Hampshire State Police said. The…

  • coronavirus Oct 24, 2020

    Health Officials Warn of Possible COVID Exposure at 5 NH Restaurants

    New Hampshire health officials announced Friday that they have identified potential community exposure to COVID-19 at five well-known restaurants across the state. The affected restaurants include the Daniel Street Tavern and The Goat Bar and Grill in downtown Portsmouth, The Draft Sports Bar and Grill and The Barley House Restaurant and Tavern in downtown Concord and the Bantam Grill in…

  • New Hampshire Oct 24, 2020

    COVID Cases Linked to 5 NH Restaurants

    The affected restaurants include the Daniel Street Tavern and The Goat Bar and Grill in downtown Portsmouth, The Draft Sports Bar and Grill and The Barley House Restaurant and Tavern in downtown Concord and the Bantam Grill in Peterborough.

  • New Hampshire Oct 19, 2020

    NH School's Monitor for Sex Abuse Claims Quits, Cites Retaliation

    A monitor appointed to oversee the handling of sexual abuse claims at St. Paul’s School in New Hampshire has resigned, accusing campus officials of thwarting his efforts. Jeffrey Maher was appointed as the school’s independent compliance overseer last year as part of an agreement with the attorney general’s office that subjected the school in Concord to up to five...

  • absentee ballots Oct 10, 2020

    NH Residents Receive Mysterious Mailers Containing Absentee Ballot Applications

    Absentee ballot request forms are showing up in mailboxes across southern New Hampshire, leading the attorney general to issue a warning Thursday that the mailers are not coming from any official state or local agency. The packet voters have received is complete with what appears to be a handwritten sticky note saying, “you are needed, please fill this out.” State…

  • New Hampshire Aug 24, 2020

    Infant Dies in NH, Sparking Investigation

    Officials in New Hampshire say they are investigating the untimely death of an infant in Claremont. The death was announced Sunday afternoon in a news release from the office of State Attorney General Gordon MacDonald. Police had responded to a residence on Winter Street at 7:40 a.m. Sunday after receiving a 911 call, the attorney general’s office said. When officers…

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