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Today at 06:41AM
Poll of high school students finds reluctance to intervene

DURHAM, N.H. (AP) - A study of teens at three New England high schools highlights the need for sexual aggression training programs to encourage intervention.

Today at 05:53AM
Car hits gas pump, causes fuel leak into New Hampshire river

MILFORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire officials say a car struck a gasoline pump in Milford, causing a "substantial" amount of gas to leak into the Souhegan River.

Today at 04:59AM
Trooper specializes in speeders on Vermont interstate spot

ROYALTON, Vt. (AP) - A stretch of the southbound side of Interstate 89 is a hotspot for speeders traveling faster than 100 miles per hour and a member of the Vermont State Police's traffic safety unit has made a specialty of catching them.

Today at 04:57AM
Governor's race brings new scrutiny to Executive Council

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire's Executive Council - a political body that does much of its work outside of the spotlight - is poised to face new scrutiny as the 2016 election nears.

Today at 04:17AM
Tech Town Hall to feature candidates in Iowa, New Hampshire

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - While they're used to facing Iowa and New Hampshire voters separately, presidential candidates will be questioned by both groups at the same time.

Today at 04:14AM
Vermont to begin using drug to combat opiate addiction

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Gov. Peter Shumlin is slated to outline a new Vermont program to use the drug naltrexone to combat opiate addiction.

Today at 03:42AM
What to know about 'BernieCare,' Sanders' health overhaul

WASHINGTON (AP) - The most ambitious "repeal and replace" health care plan from a presidential candidate comes from Sen. Bernie Sanders, not from a Republican.

Today at 03:35AM
Police say man exposed himself on public bus

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (AP) - Police in New Hampshire say they have charged a Rochester man with indecent exposure and lewdness after the man exposed himself on a public bus.

Nov 26
Newport Seeking Potential Buyers Of Lil' Red Baron

Newport -- The town of Newport is looking to see if there is any interest in someone buying the shuttered Lil' Red Baron restaurant building, which is located next to the airport and has been closed since…

Nov 26
Cancer In Remission for Rowing Coach

Hanover -- Like so many other Boston-area residents, Linda Muri vowed to run in the 2014 Boston Marathon after the 2013 bombings. She didn't realize at the time the type of personal battle she'd need to…

Nov 26
Vermont Man Indicted in N.H. On Sex Charges

North Haverhill -- A 21-year-old Newbury, Vt., man who faces a sex assault charge in Vermont has been indicted by a New Hampshire grand jury on 35 charges, all related to the same minor girl. Christopher…

Nov 26
Upper Valley Residents Come Together to Care for One Another

Hartford -- For Thetford Center resident David Churchill, Thanksgiving preparations began on Tuesday, when he went to Price Chopper and spent more than $1,000 on food, including five turkeys weighing in…

Nov 26
Column: Canada Looks to Set Its Own Course in Foreign Affairs

Canada's new Liberal Party government proposed drastic changes to its foreign policy during the campaign and now is committed to seeing them through. But as the new team in Ottawa transforms from campaigning…

Nov 26
Column: America Doesn't Have to Hate its History to Fight Racism

Calling on any nation to repudiate its history is asking a lot. Asking this of the United States -- a country that is animated, more than most, by its great national myths -- may be asking the impossible. …

Nov 26
Editorial: End Tax 'Magic,' Fix the Corporate Tax

A tax inversion is a kind of magic trick. Driven by the dysfunction of the American tax code, U.S. companies can merge with smaller foreign competitors, shift their addresses overseas and -- presto --…

Nov 26
Column: Why the Democrats Can't Say 'Radical Islamic Terrorists'

Hillary Clinton has twisted herself into a pretzel on the subject of terrorism and its connection to Islam. Like many Democrats, she says that we must choose our words carefully to avoid scapegoating peaceful…

Nov 26
Forum: Action or Overreaction?; Support Local Shops; Reconsider Judicial Vote

Action or Overreaction? To the Editor: The recent terrorist attacks in Paris have led to a predictable spate of heavy breathing on TV and solemn pronouncements that we need to do something strong.…

Nov 26
Boston Marathon Bombing Survivors Brace for Movies on Attack

Boston -- Less than three years after bombs killed three people and wounded more than 260 others at the Boston Marathon, two movies, a play and an HBO documentary are in the works, causing decidedly mixed…

Nov 26
Mosquitoes Are New Weapon In Malaria Fight

Watch out, malaria -- scientists are coming for you with genetically engineered mosquitoes. A team of researchers has altered the DNA in mosquitoes so they can fight and kill the parasites that cause malaria…

Nov 26
Cistercian Monk Nurtured Faith Through Wars, Occupation

Dallas -- Fr. Roch Kereszty may seem like just another monk at Cistercian Abbey in Irving, Tex. Nothing is unusual about how he leans on his cane; nothing different about how he'll greet you with a warm…

Nov 26
Berry Back to Himself

Nearly 12 months after Eric Berry's scary Hodgkin lymphoma diagnosis, the reddish-brown hair is back on his head now, and so is the speed and playmaking ability that helped him earn three Pro Bowl berths…

Nov 26
Clara M. (Fraser) Clement

Newport, N.H. -- Clara M. (Fraser) Clement, 86, died Monday, Nov. 23, 2015 at Woodlawn Healthcare Center where she had resided for the past two years. She was born in Somerville, Mass. on May 22, 1929…

Nov 26
At 93, TV Legend Norman Lear Keeps His Eye on the Future

Chicago -- None of the 200 or so people who showed up at a late October luncheon in Chicago was as old as the guest of honor: Norman Lear, age 93. And few, if any, would have been as lively or as smart…