New Hampshire

Spurts Update – Minor League Sunday Woefully Depressing

By Tammy Hughes –  WooSox wrapped up their six-game homestand Sunday losing 3-2, against the Rochester Red Wings. The WooSox will have Monday off before heading to Syracuse for a six-game set against the Mets.  The New Hampshire Fisher Cats and Hartford Yard Goats wrapped up their six-game set with the Fisher Cats winning 1-6, … Continue reading Spurts Update – Minor League Sunday Woefully Depressing

2 People Involved In Pelham, New Hampshire Boating Crash Taken To Massachusetts Hospital

By Tiffany Williams –  New Hampshire State Police over the weekend responded to a boating crash involving a boat and a personal watercraft on Long Pond in Pelham, New Hampshire. The incident happened on Sunday around 3:07 PM.  Pelham Police and Fire Responded to the scene first and rendered lifesaving first aid to two victims … Continue reading 2 People Involved In Pelham, New Hampshire Boating Crash Taken To Massachusetts Hospital

Nashua, New Hampshire Man Pleads Guilty To Possessing child Sexual Abuse Material

By Tiffany Williams – At the U.S. District Court in Concord, New Hampshire on Tuesday, Michael Dukette, 31, of Nashua, pleaded guilty to possession of child sexual abuse material. In 2018 the police department in Hudson, New Hampshire received information of potential child exploitation images.   The individual who reported this information to police had lent … Continue reading Nashua, New Hampshire Man Pleads Guilty To Possessing child Sexual Abuse Material

Fixed COVID-19 Vaccination Sites To Open In New Hampshire

By Seth Burrell – Gov. Chris Sununu and the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services have announced that four fixed COVID-19 vaccination sites will open across New Hampshire. In a statement Governor Sununu said “With the winter surge upon us, we are opening every door of opportunity, including additional vaccination sites, so that … Continue reading Fixed COVID-19 Vaccination Sites To Open In New Hampshire