New Hampshire news from The Associated Press for Friday, Sept. 14, 2018.

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PORTLAND, Maine — Maine's scallop fishermen are looking at another year of conservative management, and members of the industry say that could be the best way to make sure the fishery continues rebuilding. By Patrick Whittle. UPCOMING: 330 words.



CONCORD — A prominent health policy expert at Dartmouth College has resigned after being accused of plagiarizing the work of other professors for a paper published in a prestigious journal. SENT: 430 words.


OLDEST STATES: The U.S. Census Bureau says Maine is still the nation's oldest state, with New Hampshire and Vermont right behind.

STATE SENATOR-DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: A state senator facing domestic violence charges says his focus is on continuing to do his job.

HOME INVASION: Police in New Hampshire are searching for a man who they say attacked a homeowner during a break-in and stole a car.

TEACHER CONTRACT: Some teachers in New Hampshire have skipped back to school nights because they're still without a new contract. The Concord Monitor reported Thursday several parents in the Concord School District received emails that they would not be meeting their children's teachers this week.

PAROLE BOARD REFORM: The New Hampshire Legislature has overturned Republican Gov. Chris Sununu's veto on a parole board reform bill.

BEAR SEASON-CUBS: New Hampshire wildlife officials are asking hunters to avoid killing mother bears with cubs.


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