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Middleton Police: Standoff ends peacefully, man charged
MIDDLETON — A local man is behind bars and awaiting arraignment after a standoff with police Thursday.According to Middleton Police, the Middlton, Milton ... Foster's Daily Democrat [ story ]

Community Action honors 2 for good deeds
DOVER — Community Action Partnership of Strafford County presented two awards at its 51st annual meeting on Feb. 7: one to an outstanding community member; the other to an exemplary employee. Patricia Sorensen of Dover is the recipient of the 2016 ... Foster's Daily Democrat [ story ]

Warm spell shatters winter records in NH | New Hampshire
Friday was another day of shattered records as unseasonably warm weather across the eastern United States sent temperatures soaring into the 60s and 70s in ... The Union Leader [ story ]

Strafford Man Indicted for Allegedly Hiding Fentanyl Syringe Between Buttocks: Court
... name removal request process for NH Patch police reports. Zachary S. Mikell, 32, of Old Coffeetown Road in Deerfield, for felony possession of a controlled drug-fentanyl, allegedly on July 25, 2016, in Salem. Robert Morlang, 28, of Beaver Road in ... Patch.com [ story ]

5 more
SOMERSWORTH — The Strafford County Drug Task Force arrested five more people as a result of Granite Hammer Operations working in cooperation with the Somersworth Police Department and the US Marshals. NH1 News [ story ]

Supreme Court reverses right-to-know decision
CONCORD — The City of Dover will not be forced to make public scoring sheets used in 2014 to evaluate candidates for the superintendent position. The New Hampshire Supreme Court Friday reversed a lower court decision that the documents would be ... Foster's Daily Democrat [ story ]

15 charged in UNH Super Bowl mayhem
DURHAM — Felony level charges of criminal mischief were brought against a dozen University of New Hampshire students, plus three other people, in connection with damage to vehicles during celebrations on the night of Feb. 5, after the New England ... Seacoastonline.com [ story ]

Our View: When fun crosses the line
Of the 15 people arrested, 12 are University of New Hampshire students. They range in age from 18 to ... Strafford County Attorney Tom Velardi said, if convicted, these individuals face up to 3½ years in prison or up to a $4,000 fine. However, with ... Seacoastonline.com [ story ]

New Hampshire man arrested in double homicide
A Dover, N.H., man was arrested Monday night in Lawrence and charged with fatally stabbing two women last month in a home in the Granite State, officials said. Timothy Verrill, 34, is facing two counts of second-degree murder in the deaths of Christine ... The Boston Globe [ story ]

Retiring Farmers Reflect on Their Successes While Struggling to Find a Successor
“Bringing people to the farm really helped with confidence building,” Lord said in a recent telephone interview from his home in Strafford, N.H. “It's more than just getting the product, it's also buying some peace of mind. That's an important part ... Valley News [ story ]

Middleton Police: Standoff ends peacefully, man charged
MIDDLETON — A local man is behind bars and awaiting arraignment after a standoff with police Thursday.According to Middleton Police, the Middlton, Milton ... Foster's Daily Democrat [ story ]

Community Action honors 2 for good deeds
DOVER — Community Action Partnership of Strafford County presented two awards at its 51st annual meeting on Feb. 7: one to an outstanding community member; the other to an exemplary employee. Patricia Sorensen of Dover is the recipient of the 2016 ... Foster's Daily Democrat [ story ]

Warm spell shatters winter records in NH | New Hampshire
Friday was another day of shattered records as unseasonably warm weather across the eastern United States sent temperatures soaring into the 60s and 70s in ... The Union Leader [ story ]

Strafford Man Indicted for Allegedly Hiding Fentanyl Syringe Between Buttocks: Court
... name removal request process for NH Patch police reports. Zachary S. Mikell, 32, of Old Coffeetown Road in Deerfield, for felony possession of a controlled drug-fentanyl, allegedly on July 25, 2016, in Salem. Robert Morlang, 28, of Beaver Road in ... Patch.com [ story ]

5 more
SOMERSWORTH — The Strafford County Drug Task Force arrested five more people as a result of Granite Hammer Operations working in cooperation with the Somersworth Police Department and the US Marshals. NH1 News [ story ]

Supreme Court reverses right-to-know decision
CONCORD — The City of Dover will not be forced to make public scoring sheets used in 2014 to evaluate candidates for the superintendent position. The New Hampshire Supreme Court Friday reversed a lower court decision that the documents would be ... Foster's Daily Democrat [ story ]

15 charged in UNH Super Bowl mayhem
DURHAM — Felony level charges of criminal mischief were brought against a dozen University of New Hampshire students, plus three other people, in connection with damage to vehicles during celebrations on the night of Feb. 5, after the New England ... Seacoastonline.com [ story ]

Our View: When fun crosses the line
Of the 15 people arrested, 12 are University of New Hampshire students. They range in age from 18 to ... Strafford County Attorney Tom Velardi said, if convicted, these individuals face up to 3½ years in prison or up to a $4,000 fine. However, with ... Seacoastonline.com [ story ]

New Hampshire man arrested in double homicide
A Dover, N.H., man was arrested Monday night in Lawrence and charged with fatally stabbing two women last month in a home in the Granite State, officials said. Timothy Verrill, 34, is facing two counts of second-degree murder in the deaths of Christine ... The Boston Globe [ story ]

Retiring Farmers Reflect on Their Successes While Struggling to Find a Successor
“Bringing people to the farm really helped with confidence building,” Lord said in a recent telephone interview from his home in Strafford, N.H. “It's more than just getting the product, it's also buying some peace of mind. That's an important part ... Valley News [ story ]

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