Monday Dec 16
Foster's Daily Democrat
State Police Troop A log
New Hampshire State Police Troop A Has released the following arrest log dated Dec. 11: George Pinchot, 22, of Salisbury, Mass., was charged on Nov. 29 with possession of a controlled drug on I-95 in Greenland Matthew Currier, 19, of Nottingham, was charged on Nov. 29 with possession of a controlled drug, unlawful transportation of alcohol on Route ... (more)
Raymond: From shoe factories and dirt roads to Walmart
The photo above, circa 1910, shows the Raymond Train Depot just a few years after it was constructed.
Wreaths Across America get big send-off
Andrew Maillet of Turner, Maine, is one of three volunteer drivers from Walmart's distribution center in Raymond participating in this year's Wreaths Across America program, which will deliver 76,000 wreaths to veterans cemeteries around the country.
Delayed sexual assault trial to start today
A judge has agreed to move forward with the sexual assault trial of a state prison inmate whose suicidal tendencies set off concerns about courthouse security earlier this year.
'Freedom Salute' honors NH Guard unit for saving lives
And thanks to their life-saving efforts, so will other families' loved ones. Politicians, military leaders, relatives and friends honored members of the New Hampshire Army National Guard's 169th Medevac detachment at a "Freedom Salute" ceremony Saturday.
Foster's Daily Democrat
The Leddy Center again offers a A Christmas Carola
Director Elaine Gatchell is proud to present Charles Dickens' “A Christmas Carol”, at Leddy Center's beautiful theater at Verdant Pastures on Ladd's Lane, Dec. 6-15.
Epping, Raymond police probe disappearance of signs
Speed limit signs like this one on Fremont Road in Epping have been disappearing around town along with other street signs.
Hospital worker gets 39 years in N.H. hepatitis case
Concluding one of the most egregious cases of misconduct by a hospital technician, a federal judge in New Hampshire on Monday sentenced a former Exeter Hospital employee to 39 years in prison after he plead guilty to an elaborate drug-stealing scheme that infected 45 patients nationwide with hepatitis C. Under a plea deal announced in August, David ... (more)
Exeter Around the Town
Thursday's rubbish and recycling pick-up will be picked up on Friday, and Friday's pick-up route will be on Saturday.
Deerfield, Raymond firefighters try out new equipment at Brentwood training yard
Firefighters from Deerfield and Raymond attack a simulated propane tank fire at the Interstate Emergency Unit's fire mutual aid drill yard in Brentwood Sunday morning.
Gail Fisher's Dog Tracks: Dogs make news around NH because people care
SOMETIMES A TOPIC for this column presents itself, as happened this week. There were five articles about dogs In Monday's Union Leader - three major stories, one small piece and the Doc's column.