NHDOTI89: NH TRAFFIC ALERT: In Springfield on I-89 SB all lanes are now open near mile marker 39.2. Drive safely.
NHDOTI89: NH TRAFFIC ALERT: Accident on I-89 SB in Springfield near mile marker 39.2. Approach with care.
kronayne: The Brotherhood of White Warriors, as they call themselves, is New Hampshire's first home grown prison gang.
nhdoti93: NH TRAFFIC ALERT: I 93 SB MM 49.4 the left lane is now open.
nhdoti93: NH TRAFFIC ALERT: I 93 SB MM 49.4 there is an accident left lane closed. Use caution expect delays.
Claude LaPlante watches his son Dakota, 4, in a helicopter following the homecoming ceremony for members of the 169th MEDEVAC unit deployed in Afghanistan since September 2012, in Concord on Saturday afternoon, December 7, 2013. LaPlante, a safety officer during his first deployment, and the New Hampshire National Guard were deployed with several other states. JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff
Trina Day, right, and her daughter Zoie Duverger, 2, chat with Santa while Nicolas Bowes, 9, plays with his balloon after his visit with the man in the red suit at Eagle Square on Friday, December 6, 2013 during Midnight Merriment in Concord. (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
With Penacook Elementary School students singing holiday songs at its base, the Penacook Christmas tree shines after it was officially lit on Wednesday night, December 4, 2013 in Boudreau Square. (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
Bow High School junior Amanda Thompson flies as the eponymous Peter Pan above the BHS auditorium stage during the first dress rehearsal for the musical on Monday, December 2, 2013. (WILL PARSON / Monitor staff)
Lance Dixon relaxes with his dog Cleopatra before heading to work on Saturday morning, November 30, 2013. After a suicide attempt earlier this year, Dixon feels like his life is back on track with his job back and counseling with his family. (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
Santa Claus waves to the crowd near the State House Plaza as he arrives in the bucket of the Concord Fire Department's Tower 1 during the Christmas Tree lighting celebration on Friday, November 29, 2013. Spectators counted down the seconds until about 900 lights lit up the Douglas Fir towering near the State House, then much of the crowd hustled across North Main Street to watch a fireworks display over the Merrimack River. (WILL PARSON / Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »