Two unions representing FairPoint workers in northern new England announce a strike for Friday morning. A Lyman woman is accused of murdering her infant son. No charges will be filed against the Weare police chief accused of threatening and assaulting an employee in his department. A Manchester man is facing charges after an overnight standoff with police. And a woman with new Hampshire ties will head the Air Force in the Pacific.
Local farmers are focusing on safety after a fatal hayride accident in Maine. Two children are hurt in a bounce house accident in Nashua. new Hampshire Fish and Game say they conducted two search and rescue missions on Friday. A Londonderry man is dead after falling off his ATV Saturday afternoon. And GT Advanced asks that the records in their bankruptcy hearing be sealed.
A patient at Elliot Hospital is determined not to have Ebola. A daycare provider in new Hampton is charged with child endangerment and simple assault. The dog and car of an Alzheimer’s patient, missing since Wednesday, have been located. A woman struck by a minivan early Thursday is seriously injured with a head wound. And GT Advanced asks that the records in their bankruptcy hearing be sealed.
A child in Seabrook is showing the most severe symptoms of enterovirus. In a new poll, Jeanne Shaheen is retaining her lead over Scott Brown for Senate. A new Hampshire passenger says she is denied boarding on a JetBlue flight after tweeting about another passenger’s joke. Residents in the Lakes Region wake up to trees and limbs knocked down after powerful storms. And a multiple-vehicle crash in Campton makes cranberry sauce on I-93.
A woman faces charges including endangering the welfare of a child when a two-year-old stuck himself with a used heroin needle. A naked man is chased by a pit bull and beaten by a couple after a robbery attempt. Governor Maggie Hassan retains the lead in the upcoming governor’s race in a new poll. One person is dead in a head-on crash in Franklin early Monday morning. And demand is high for wood pellets and other firewood alternatives as winter approaches.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center discovers a couple of cases of scabies. The Concord area felt a small earthquake. A man’s body was found on a Manchester street. A Londonderry firefighter is on administrative leave after leaving harassing messages for his girlfriend’s ex-husband. And police now say that accused killer Matthew Dion has been spotted in Atlanta.
The public gets a chance to weigh in on a proposed poultry processing plant in Concord. new Hampshire Health Department says it has identified five new cases of Enterovirus, all among children. A judge is considering a sentence reduction of a child sex offender, even though no one has asked for the sentence to be changed. A bomb scare cancels school for Bedford students.
Governor Hassan is blocking patients from being placed at Lakeview Neurorehabilitation Center in Effingham. A bottle bomb causes a scare in Hooksett. A police officer fired after a deadly shooting may get his job back. The parent company of Shaw’s and Star Markets announce another data breach, which may affecting new Hampshire shoppers. And this year is tied for the third driest September on record.
Firefighters are recognized for acts of heroism in a ceremony Monday night. Belknap County is forced to hold emergency meetings after state representatives gain control over the county’s budget. Utilities are seeking rate hikes just in time for winter. A rare death from enterovirus several years ago in new Hampshire may shed light on the paralysis of several children in Colorado. And pheasant season begins on Wednesday.
A man is under arrest after a lockdown at Manchester High School West Thursday morning. The jail official who released a police officer early after a hit and run accident that injured two teens explains his reasons. A chainsaw-wielding man is accused of setting fire to a picnic table in Chester. The FBI says it has identified the militant who killed James Foley, but is not making his identity public.