A Nasty Boy, a Really Fast Deer and an 'ok' Spaghetti Dinner NH1's Most-read in 2017
Thank you loyal readers for visiting NH1.com all year and reading our stories.
This year's Top 5 most-read stories on the website vary from crime, to tragedy to some unusual food stories.
Here they are:
What happens when your speeding just over the border in Massachusetts and you don't want to pay the ticket? You come up with a clever excuse.
Dennis Sayers, of Haverhill, who was clocked going 40 mph in 30 mph zone in West Newbury in November told the judge he thought the officer may have clocked a deer by mistake.
A March snowstorm had a tragic ending for the town of Gilford. Ava, the daughter of dispatcher Tim Doris, was killed in a car crash.
If your girlfriend spends all day making you a nice spaghetti dinner, you better tell her it's more than OK.
One New Hampshire man learned this the hard way. According to police paperwork, when he gave the lackluster response to the meal, his girlfriend went "bipolar" on him. She allegedly punch him in the face and arm and scratched his hand.
The mystery surrounding the disappearance of a Maine meteorologist and his connection to a sexual assault left many people wondering what happened for weeks.
Almost a month after Tom Johnston was found dead in the woods of an apparent suicide, the sheriff's office confirmed that he was the only suspect in a sexual assault that happened April 2 in Newry, Maine.
Who doesn't like french fries? At the Burger King in Epping, if you asked for them "extra crispy," they came with a side of pot, police said.
Police Chief Mike Wallace said buyers would arrive at the restaurant and ask for "Nasty Boy." "Once it was verified he was working they had to ask for their fries extra crispy." Money was exchanged at the drive-through window.
The drugs were not put with any food ordered but were sold in a separate container.