| January 4, 2021
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By NANCY WEST, InDepthNH.org
CONCORD - A Dec.
By PAULA TRACY, InDepthNH.orgNEW HAMPTON - Forced by a lawsuit to clean up the fish waste flowing from its aging hatcheries into the open waters of the state, New Hampshire Fish and Game has started the improvement process with one hatchery in New Hampton.
??????CONCORD – A Newbury woman and Northfield woman, two former nurses, were indicted in connection to the diversion of dangerous narcotics by medical professionals, U.S. Attorney Jane E. Young announces.
??????Robin Nichols, 63, of Newbury, was indicted on one count of Tampering with Consumer Products and one count of Obtaining a Controlled Drug by Misrepresentation, Fraud, Deception, or Subterfuge. Nichols will appear in federal court in Concord on December 8, 2023.
On December 7, 2023, at approximately 12:30 PM, Manchester Police responded to the area of Domino’s Pizza at 212 Lowell Street for a reported fight.
By ANI FREEDMAN, InDepthNH.org
CONCORD - Minnesota Congressman and Democratic Presidential candidate Dean Phillips is hopeful he’ll win New Hampshire citizens’ votes as he travels throughout the state ahead of the first-in-the-nation primary on Jan.