Saturday Dec 14
Former PPG official charged with manslaughter in New Hampshire crash
Robert Dellinger, a former top official at PPG Industries who killed a pregnant woman and her fiance during a suicide attempt on a New Hampshire highway Dec. 7, was released Thursday on $250,000 bail from the Grafton County House of Corrections in Haverhill, N.H., jail officials said today.
Salem volunteers truly are Santa's helpers
Salem residents Faith Bylerly, 11, and Meagan Poliskey, 10, stuff stockings inside the Granite United Church in Salem Wednesday evening.
Ex-PPG official posts bond in fatal New Hampshire crash
When he joined PPG Industries in September 2009 as its chief financial officer designate, Robert Dellinger was heralded in a company news release as a key hire because of the depth of international experience he brought to the coatings and glass corporation, which was seeking to raise its global profile.
Plea deal possible in Littleton murder
Rodney Hill of West Danville, Vt., is charged in Grafton County Superior Court with first- and second-degree murder in the death of Catherine "Kitty" Houghton, 70, a veteran of the U.S. Foreign Service who, prosecutors say, happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time last January when she and Hill were both guests at the Hampton Inn off ... (more)
Dog's best friend: NH man supports animal shelters
Lyman Pope loves dogs. All dogs. And cats. And, maybe most of all, animal shelters that care for those pets.
As temps dip in NH, so do oil-heat costs
New Hampshire is expected to feel its first blast of winter-like cold today, but residents who heat their homes with oil can take heart: They will be paying less this year than last, experts say, and that could allow them to push up the thermostat an extra degree or two.