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17.5 inches of snow fell on the summit of Mount Washington, observatory says

The official start of winter’s not for another couple weeks, unless you’re on Mount Washington, where more than 17 inches of “newly fallen snow” was blanketing the summit Tuesday, researchers said.


Judge in N.H. delays bail revocation hearing for Sheriff Mark Brave

The top law enforcement officer for Strafford County, who faces felony charges of theft by deception and perjury, is accused of moving to Massachusetts in violation of his bail conditions.


Extreme weather cost N.H. farmers $13 million in lost crops, a new survey found

The UNH Extension surveyed fruit and vegetable producers to estimate how much they had lost to a late frost and record rainfall this past summer.

A N.H. bridge illustrates the challenge of Biden campaigning on his infrastructure law

Although the Biden administration has awarded about $400 billion in infrastructure funds to more than 40,000 projects across the country, many of them won’t be finished before voters go to the polls in November.

Salem, N.H., man guilty of murder in fatal shooting outside Manchester, N.H., bar

John Delee, 23, was convicted of two counts of second-degree murder and one count of reckless conduct in Hillsborough County Superior Court for “knowingly and recklessly causing the death of Timothy Pouliot” on Jan. 28, officials said.

N.H. woman sentenced to 8-10 years in prison after guilty plea in 2015 Bridgewater murder

Shannon Squires, 47, formerly of Manchester, N.H., pleaded guilty in Plymouth Superior Court to manslaughter and kidnapping in the murder of Ashley Bortner about eight years prior, the Plymouth district attorney’s office said.

Civil liberties and LBGTQ+ advocates urge schools to resist book bans

The ACLU of New Hampshire and GLBTQ Legal Advocates and Defenders warned removing books would violate the First Amendment and criticized the New Hampshire Department of Education’s response.


Prosecutors ready case against Strafford County Sheriff Brave

It’s unclear whether Strafford County Sheriff Mark A. Brave will have an attorney when he goes before a judge on Tuesday to face a motion to revoke his bail.