The resident who died after an altercation with several corrections officers Saturday at the Secure Psychiatric Unit at state prison was Jason Rothe, 50, according to a news release issued Monday by Attorney General John Formella.
House Bill 56, would ask the Department of Environmental Services to determine a safe distance but Republicans said they prefer Senate Bill 61, which has passed in the Senate and is being now considered in the House. It sets up a study and directs funding to hire an outside firm to figure that out.
Fifteen million dollars in funding for a new nursing home for Strafford County, $750,00 for a new child care center for Concord, more electric vehicle charging stations for Lancaster and Peterborough, and water projects for a number of communities were approved by the Executive Council Wednesday along with a proposal to change its controversial procedures for voting.
The Department of Safety said Thursday’s fake school shooter threats across the state show why training and exercises are important, but wouldn’t say exactly which schools and communities were impacted.
The Dover City Council has voted, 7-1, to challenge the redistricting plan that placed Ward 4 in a floterial district with the towns of Madbury, Lee, and Durham, depriving Dover of its own representative for that ward.
Concord, NH –Attorney General John M. Formella announces that on December 29, 2021, the Strafford County Superior Court found that Kristina Graper, age 51, of Dover, New Hampshire, violated the New Hampshire Civil Rights Act, RSA chapter 354-B.