BELMONT — The second of two barn fires that occurred over the weekend rekindled Tuesday morning, but was quickly extinguished.
BELMONT — The State Fire Marshal’s Office is “actively investigating” Saturday’s fire at 121 Brown Hill Road, but District Chief Stacey Dubois said they don’t have anything to share with the public at this time.
A man court records list as a transient from Alton, Paul Mullaney, 33, is facing a special felony and a Class A felony on drug-related charges after a Belknap County Superior Court Grand Jury handed up indictments against him.
Patrick Chase, 39, of Cram Road, Sanbornton, is facing a Class B felony and two Class A misdemeanors following his indictment on domestic violence charges by a Belknap County Superior Court Grand Jury.
CONCORD — Phillip R. Andrews, 80, of Sargent Place, Gilford, pleaded guilty Wednesday in U.S. District Court to a charge of transportation of child pornography.
Brendan Boyle, 41, of Crescent Street, Laconia, a Tier II registered sex offender, is facing a Class A felony charge of failure to comply with the duty to report.
Kierran Pierce, 23, of Maple Street, Rochester, is facing sexual assault charges after a Belknap County Superior Court Grand Jury handed up indictments alleging sex acts with two youths in New Hampton who were under the age of 13.
CONCORD — Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald issued a warning about a scam that is using his name and title on a forged letter that appears to notify the recipient that a legal proceeding has been initiated.
Merrimack County Sheriff Scott Hilliard will spend five days in jail and pay significant fines after a circuit court judge in Nashua found him guilty of aggravated driving while intoxicated.
CONCORD — Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald and 22 state law enforcement partners have secured an agreement with PayPal Charitable Giving Fund, Inc. to ensure that donors receive adequate information and disclosures when making charitable contributions through the company’s online fundrai…
CONCORD (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court is leaving in place the public nudity convictions of three women who removed their bathing suit tops at Wiers Beach as part of a global campaign advocating for the rights of women to go topless.
Belknap County Superior Court Judge James D. O’Neill III found a Deerfield woman guilty, but issued a suspended sentence, on charges of receiving stolen property, possession of a narcotic drug, and possession of a controlled drug in Tilton.