Litchfield voters reject budgets
For the Board of Selectmen, incumbents Frank Byron and Brent Lemire secured their seats with 987 votes and 936 votes respectively.
Litchfield woman charged in theft at local grocery store
A Litchfield woman has been arrested and accused of stealing $333 in cash that a 65-year-old woman mistakenly left behind in an envelope at the courtesy counter of a local grocery store.
Advocating for suicide prevention
This is a test. Can you name the warning signs for suicide? Do you know how to help someone who is suicidal? Do you think that the teachers, coaches and school personnel at your children's, grandchildren's, cousin's, niece's, nephew's or neighborhood's schools should know the answer to these questions? Although suicide is the second leading cause ... (more)
Litchfield mom had a healing motivation to create skincare products
As a young mother, Teresa Paquin and her family's path was paved with challenges when newborn daughter Alyssa developed severe eczema.
Manchester CrimeWatch: Litchfield man charged in assault of woman at club gets bail at $15,000
Police prosecutor Sgt. Stephen Reardon requested $25,000 cash/surety bail for Fenderson, noting he pleaded guilty to a second-degree assault charge in 2006 and was sentenced to prison and has other convictions, including a federal drug conviction.
Teen suicide prevention bill fails in House
Tara Ball, whose 14-year-old son Connor took his own life in October 2011, said Wednesday she's frustrated that a bill sponsored by state Rep. Donna Schlachman, D-Exeter, to require school districts to provide suicide education failed to win House support.
N.H. teen suicide prevention bill rejected
State Rep. Donna Schlachman, D-Exeter, said she was stunned by comments made by a fellow lawmaker during debate over her bill aimed at requiring school districts to provide suicide prevention education to students, parents, teachers and school staff.