News Director Don Briand covers breaking news from across New England and around the globe. Don has more that 40 years of experience in news, working in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Florida. He is the winner of numerous broadcast awards, and has been named NH Broadcaster of the Year. His volunteer work has garnered him both the Volunteer of the Year in 2009 and the 2015 Citizen of the Year award in Dover.
Love Them Or Hate Them, Brussels Sprouts Are Growing In New England
(Durham, NH) - I hated Brussels Sprouts until just a few years ago, when my brother-in-law served them roasted with pine nuts and cranberries. Now, they are among my favorite vegetables. I will be interest to see the results of a UNH study on growing Brussels Sprouts in Northern New England.
Arrest Made In Exeter Assault
(Exeter, NH) - A Massachusetts man is facing charges for assaulting a child in Exeter.
Fire Damages Portsmouth Home
(Portsmouth, NH) - A late-night fire damaged a vacant home in Portsmouth, causing injuries to one fire-fighter.
Dover Pharmacy Robbed
(Dover, NH) - Dover Police are investigating a Thursday night hold-up at the CVS Pharmacy on Central Avenue.
UPDATE: Missing Dover Woman Located
(Dover, NH) - Dover Police have ended a missing person investigation involving a 28 year old woman after the woman contacted family members.
One Killed, Two Injured In Somersworth House Fire
(Somersworth, NH) - The State Fire Marshal's Office is investigating a late night fire that claimed the life of a Somersworth woman.
NH Film Festival Opens Today In Portsmouth
(Portsmouth, NH) - The 15th Annual New Hampshire Film Festival begins it's 4-day run this evening at the The Music Hall.
Hampton Pedestrian Struck, Driver Charged
(Hampton, NH) - A Massachusetts driver is facing charges after striking a pedestrian last month.
Another Motorcycle Death In Maine
(Lebanon, Maine) - A New Hampshire man died in a motorcycle crash in Lebanon, Maine Saturday night.
N.H. Ceremonies Mark 9/11 Anniversary
(Concord, NH) - Governor Maggie Hassan has ordered flags across New Hampshire to half-staff today as we remember those who died in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.