AG Withdraws $100M YDC Settlement Plan, Will Resubmit With Changes

The Joint Legislative Fiscal Committee agreed Wednesday to allow Attorney General John Formella to withdraw his proposed claims process for the $100 million settlement fund for victims of abuse while children at the Youth Development Center with plans to resubmit it with changes at a later date.

Police Search Along I-93 for Evidence in Murder of Northfield Mom, 2 Young Sons

The New Hampshire State Police in conjunction with other law enforcement agencies will be in the area of Route 93 between exits 17 and 20 in Concord, Canterbury, and Tilton, for the continued investigation into the homicides of Kassandra Sweeney, age 25, and her two sons Benjamin Sweeney, age 4, and Mason Sweeney, age 1.

Sununu: ‘Fallen Seven Did Not Receive Justice’

Within minutes of jurors finding Volodymyr Zhukovskyy not guilty Tuesday in the horrific crash that killed seven motorcyclists three years ago, Gov. Chris Sununu and Attorney General John Formella issued separate statements critical of the verdicts.

School Bus Driver Accused of Terrorizing Seacoast Family

A school bus driver is accused of blackmailing a Seacoast child and stalking his family, even putting tracking devices on the parents’ cars so he would know when they went to the police, and walking around their home at night several times without their knowledge.

AG: 2020 Bedford Election Returns Had ‘Significant Deficiencies’

Attorney General John M. Formella announces that his office has concluded its review of the circumstances surrounding (a) the 188 uncast absentee ballots Bedford election officials discovered following the November 2020 General Election and (b) the November 2020 General Election ballots that were discovered prior to opening of the polling place for the Special Election on September 7, 2021.

New Black Heritage Plaque Honors Potter Place’s Namesake

ANDOVER — As of Aug. 7, there’s another reason to visit the village of Potter Place in the town of Andover: a Black Heritage Trail plaque in honor of the village’s namesake, Richard Potter.