Military veteran says she was attacked, had dog stolenAshley McCall of Concord was attacked and her dog Jax was stolen Thursday night. Now dog lovers are mobilizing to try to help find the missing dog and return him home by Christmas. A Concord military veteran says she was assaulted and her beloved dog stolen Thursday afternoon. Now dog lovers across New Hampshire and beyond are trying to help find Jax, who belongs to Ashley McCall and George Frank Glass.
Tucked away on a dead-end street on Manchester’s West Side sits a nearly forgotten bit of history that serves as a testament to peace and friendship among nations.The “Merci Train” boxcar was a gift from the French people in reciprocity for America’s generosity after World War II ended.It was American newspaper columnist Drew Pearson who came up with the idea: Sending railcars filled with supplies to European nations devastated by the war.“It was called the Friendship Train,” said Tony...
By Shawne K. Wickham The New Hampshire Union LeaderMANCHESTER, N.H. — Two Manchester firefighters will have to be monitored for a full year for exposure to hepatitis C after they were splashed with bodily fluids while reviving a drug overdose victim who is infected with the disease.
@RachelVicter Hi Rachel, Voice from the past: This is Shawne Wickham at the NH Union Leader. Doing a story on 10 Years After the Crash with folks I interviewed back then. Would love to hear from you. Direct line 603-206-7731. Thanks! - Shawne (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Should New Hampshire limit its hunting season for the eastern coyote - currently open 365 days a year? A petition asking New Hampshire Fish and Game to do so comes before the Fish and Game Commission at its Wednesday meeting in Concord. https://t.co/EGr2sXYJ8k
Are New Hampshire coyotes getting "wolfier?" Check out the NH Sunday News to find out why biologists say some recent media reports are doing a disservice to these animals that live among us. https://t.co/LowuAECczY
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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