The Navy’s commitment to repairing a nuclear submarine severely damaged by an arsonist last spring is wavering under the realities of mandatory budget cuts, officials say.
New Hampshire State Police have identified the woman who drove the wrong way on Interstate 95, striking three vehicles before she was killed.
The cost to fix a Groton-based submarine that was severely damaged by a fire at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard will come in within $50 million of the original estimate.
New Hampshire’s U.S. Senators Jeanne Shaheen and Kelly Ayotte on Monday honored the first responders who helped contain the fire on board the USS Miami, which is home-ported in Groton, when it was in drydock at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.
A fire that swept through the Groton-based nuclear-powered submarine USS Miami at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard caused extensive damage to its forward compartments, raising questions about whether it might have to be scrapped.