One week from today, Chief Michael Maloney was due to retire from the Greenland, N.H., police department.
Thursday night, he was killed during a drug bust in which four officers were also wounded. The man authorities were trying to arrest, and a female acquaintance, were later found dead inside the home where the raid took place. Authorities believe they may have died in a murder-suicide.
At the college of Dartmouth, in the year '24 There lived a young humorist named Theodor. Though boozing was banned as a crime and a sin, Theo hosted a party with plenty of gin. But then in through the door without even a knock Burst the grinch who stole gin-mas: Dean Craven Laycock.
The dean started shouting. His face turned bright red. "Put down your tumbler and listen up, Ted! I'm kicking you out of those clubs that you're in. Your work won't be published at Dartmouth again!"
In most places in the U.S., if a parent is charged with abuse or neglect of a child and can't afford a lawyer, he's appointed one. That lawyer's job is to defend the parent and reunite the family if possible.
But faced with a budget shortfall, New Hampshire has taken the unusual step of eliminating that funding.
The court and state officials charged with enforcing the new policy now worry that the lack of representation is hurting parents and their children — and children's advocates are concerned that other states may eventually follow New Hampshire's lead.
An update now on a story we first told you about last spring. Bart Centre of New Hampshire claimed he was running a pet rescue business for animals in case they were left behind by owners during the rapture, or the end of times, as some Christians believe.
A New Hampshire man who claimed last year that for a fee of $135 he would arrange to have your dog walked if the Rapture did indeed begin last May 21 and you got taken up to heaven, is now saying that his business venture was a hoax.