New Hampshire's cold case unit announced Wednesday that Elizabeth Lamotte, who went missing from Manchester in 1984 at the age of 17, has been matched to previously unidentified remains discovered in Tennessee in 1985. The tip that led to the discovery came from someone who thought Lamotte’s disappearance could be connected to a 1985 quadruple-murder case from Allenstown known as the Bear Brook murders. But Susan Morrell with the AG’s office says the two cases are not actually connected. “I...
- The Surprising History Of New England’s Pirates
- The Importance Of Historic Victories For Candidates Around New England
- In A Staged Tabletop Battle, A Sculpture Of Porcelain, Sugar And Plastic
- Why The Immigration Court Backlog In Massachusetts Is Growing Faster Than In Almost Any Other State
- Climate Change Isn’t Leading This Election Season, But Some Voters Say It Should Be