The New York Times reported Thursday evening that Donald J. Trump was indicted in Manhattan for his role in allegedly paying hush money to a porn star.
Courts & Corrections
Inmate at FCI-Berlin Charged with Assault
As a result, the alleged victim lost four teeth and suffered head trauma, including lacerations above the right eyebrow and back of the head.
Doubling Education Freedom Account Program Could Kill the House Budget
Doubling the money for the Education Freedom Account program could cost Democratic support of the proposed biennial budget House members will vote on in two weeks.
Not Dead Yet: NH Music Festival Musicians Working To Mount a Season This Summer…and Beyond
A far-flung group of professional musicians who have played in the summer festival for years is aiming to raise at least $150,000 in the next few weeks to prevent the 70-year-old institution from going under.
People of Color in NH share ‘Real Talk’ about the Culture of Policing in the Granite State
The evening of March 6th was a full house at the UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law’s Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership & Public Service in Concord, NH, where more than 50 people gathered for a Community Conversation on the Culture of Policing, and 36 others joined online.
5 Additional COVID-19 Deaths, Outbreaks by Institution Name
On Thursday, March 16, 2023, the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) announced 538 new positive COVID-19 test results between Thursday, March 9 and Wednesday, March 15.
House Votes to Stop Racial Profiling By One Vote
The House put off debate —maybe for the rest of the session — on two of the most controversial bills before the House Thursday, book banning and limiting bathroom use by a person’s gender at birth.
Courts & Corrections
Former Concord Police Officer Michael Kosa Sentenced for Violating the Driver Privacy Act
Attorney General John M. Formella announces that on March 16, 2023, pursuant to a negotiated agreement, former Concord Police Officer Michael Kosa, age 32, of Manchester, pleaded guilty in the 6th Circuit–District Division–Concord to two class B misdemeanors for violations of Records and Certification, RSA 260:14, IX(a), commonly known as the Driver Privacy Act.
Mayor Joyce Craig Announces She Will Not Seek Re-Election
Today, Mayor Joyce Craig announced she is not seeking re-election as Mayor of Manchester. Mayor Craig was elected in 2017 as the first woman mayor of Manchester and is currently serving her third term in office.
NH Sportsdome Deflates During Nor’Easter
The direct cause is not known and the sports dome deflated rather than a collapse which was initially reported. Security video showed the deflation of the complex.