Hassan talks about plan to address drug issue

It’s an epidemic. That’s how Governor Maggie Hassan views the growing use of opioids. “Everywhere I go in the Granite State, people talk to me about the epidemic of substance abuse,” said Hassan in an interview with the … 0

Rindge: Czekalski attorney defends himself

A defense lawyer is contesting claims that he did not adequately defend his client, Jason Czekalski, who was convicted of felonious sexual assault in January 2014. Czekalski, 52, a Rindge resident, was found guilty of aggravated felonious sexual assault for a pattern of abuse against an 11-year-old girl … 0

Wilton/Lyndeborough/Temple: Ambulance service work gets a reward

Good work is its own reward. But occasionally, it comes with a bonus. When the Wilton Ambulance crew transports a person to the hospital, that’s usually the end of the interaction. But recently, one of their patients, a contractor, came back to offer them a special kind of … 0

Dublin: Lost hiker spends night on Mt. Monadnock

N.H. Fish and Game took to Mount Monadnock early Monday morning, searching for a lost hiker. Conservation officers were called to the mountain around 1:30 a.m. Monday to search for Kara Westbrook, 22, of Peterborough, after she called 911 to report that she was lost. The call was … 0

Keene: Healthy Starts 5K Run/Walk Saturday

The third annual Healthy Starts 5K Run/Walk event is Saturday at 9 a.m. at Home Healthcare, Hospice and Community Services. The 3.1 mile course starts and finishes at HCS’s Keene office at 312 Marlboro St. The course is a mostly flat loop through residential areas and the bike … 0

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