NEWPORT CITY — Christine Billis, challenging her manslaughter conviction in the death of her husband, will get a chance next week to press for the state to pay for her chosen expert witness.
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Although those who know Craig Sanborn say he has been a model inmate since his incarceration in 2013 following the Black Mag gunpowder explosion that killed two men, a judge said the severity of his recklessness as plant owner does not warrant an early release.
As the state deals with unemployment fraud based on stolen identities, county attorneys and local police in New Hampshire are receiving an increasing number of calls from residents saying they’re being contacted by telephone scammers seeking money.
Today, January 9 is a special interest holiday, National Word Nerd Day, and since Sunday is National Houseplant Appreciation Day it is fitting to share a word I’ve been thinking about, Thigmomorphogenesis. The defining example found in the National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine (NCBI NLM) Plant Signal Behavior Dec 2011: “Thigmomorphogenesis is the physiological and morphological adaptation produced by plants in response to environmental mechanical influences generating morphogenetic changes.
Northeast Kingdom Human Services is being sued by its former legal counsel.
NEWPORT CITY — A civil court judge is giving convicted murderer Jeffrey Ray of Brownington another chance to explain why she should reconsider his sentence, even though his own attorney says the case has “no merit.”
The woman accused of stalking a Franconia couple, planting explosive devices in their cars and in a courthouse, and threatening to blow up Cannon Mountain wants a new attorney.