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January 2014 Archives

Arrests of those in alleged drug ring resulted from wiretapping

Prosecuting attorneys have arraigned 11 individuals that were supposedly a part of a pill trafficking ring. The ring was claimed to have been funded by insurance fraud proceeds, and the investigation involved a number of eastern states. Police are also seeking the location of four other individuals purportedly involved in the ring, and this includes an individual from New Hampshire.

Midnight madness in New Hampshire town

It was apparently a pretty quiet Saturday night in a New Hampshire town south of Rochester this past weekend. But just after the clock struck 12 and a new day began, Salem police saw a 36-minute burst of activity in which nine arrests were made.

New Hampshire fight still on after white-collar arrest of author?

Will "the ultimate fight between left and right" proceed as planned? It isn't yet clear if the political debate between legendary leftist Bill Ayers (prominent in the antiwar activist Weather Underground of the 1960s) and prominent conservative Dinesh D'Souza will take place this Thursday northwest of Rochester as scheduled.

Fatal car accidents on the rise in New Hampshire

At the start of every new year, a review of the past year is conducted. While 2013 had its shares of highs and lows, a recent report on fatal New Hampshire car accidents shows our state is headed in the wrong direction on road safety.

New Hampshire residents face litany of charges

As it does everywhere else, life here in Rochester ebbs and flows. Sometimes a person gets into trouble and simply doesn't have the knowledge or experience needed to work their way out of their problems. Instead, they get in deeper and the problems get tougher to unravel from one another.

New speed limit and child restraint laws impact New Hampshire drivers

New Hampshire residents recently celebrated the start of a new year, and with the start of 2014 come some new laws that could have impact the safety of the state's drivers and passengers. One recently instituted law raises the speed limit along portions of the state's Interstate 93. Another changes the child safety restraint requirements for children aged seven and younger.

Woman sues after elevator malfunctions and crushes body

When entering a place of business or other building that is open to the public, members of the public have certain expectations. These reasonable expectations include that a building and its premises will be safe and free of potential hazards. Business owners or owners of buildings who fail to ensure both the inside and outside of a premise is safe and secure may become the subject of a premises liability lawsuit.

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