They say timing is everything and it certainly was for police in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Thirty pounds of marijuana turned up at a food distribution center in Freetown on Friday, according to police.
A Maine man is accused of possessing 22 pounds of marijuana in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire’s Senate rejected what it called a deeply flawed proposal removing criminal penalties for possession of up to a quarter ounce of the drug.
A teacher at Lynn English High School has been placed on administrative leave after he was charged with giving marijuana to a student.
In another sign of tolerance for America’s most widely used illegal drug, Rhode Island lawmakers are reviewing legislation that would legalize marijuana for anyone over the age of 21.
A UMass professor says he’s dropping his long fight to persuade the government to let him grow marijuana in bulk for medical research.
Two Lunenburg men have pleaded not guilty to drug trafficking charges stemming from a police seizure of more than a ton of marijuana.
Some Massachusetts towns have given up enforcing the law that decriminalized the possession of small amounts of marijuana, saying the law doesn’t give them the means to enforce it.