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Nashua youth pastor facing ‘credible allegations’ of sexually abusing children dies by suicide after firing, church says

The congregation was told Nov. 26 that the youth pastor was under investigation and had been fired, church officials said. The pastor took his own life the next day.


The migrant crisis is a problem for Democrats and Republicans are happy to exploit it

They want Massachusetts to become a laboratory for what happens when liberal ideology runs up against the social and economic realities of the country’s broken immigration system.


Fiery crash on I-93 in New Hampshire interstate sets off ammunition

State Police received a report of a vehicle being driven erratically Saturday afternoon before hitting a concrete barrier, bouncing across all lanes of traffic and colliding with another vehicle.

Forecast | Dave Epstein

Week ahead turns colder, with rain and possible light snow showers

Expect a fairly typical weather pattern for the first full week of December.

Local vets urge caution but not panic over ‘mystery’ respiratory illness found in dogs

Boston-area veterinarians said they have received a surge of calls from concerned dog owners following media reports about the “mystery illness,” which in some cases has developed into pneumonia and even led to death.

Storm warnings issued for parts of New Hampshire as first significant storm of season approaches

A winter storm warning is in effect in Coos and northern Carroll counties from 1 p.m. Sunday until 1 p.m. Monday, with possible snow accumulations of up to 10 inches in those areas, officials said.

Former New Hampshire camp counselor pleads guilty to sexual abuse of minor

Matthew J. Scavitto, 39, was a camper and later a counselor at Camp Tecumseh in Moultonborough, N.H., from 1994 to 2014.

N.H. man arrested for allegedly killing his mother at Goffstown home

Thomas Humphrey, 47, is facing a charge of second degree murder for the death of his mother, 70-year-old mother, Linda Tufts, the New Hampshire attorney general's office said Friday.