Thursday May 9
Transformer fire knocks out power to Chester
Most of the residents of Chester as well as a number of residents of Candia lost power for about three hours early Thursday morning due to a transformer fire on North Pond Road, according to fire chief Richard Antoine.
Rep. Dumaine not rethinking 5th place finish behind Tremblay
New Hampshire Republicans and Democrats alike have called on state Rep. Stella Tremblay, R-Auburn, to resign after what they described as "disgusting" comments when she suggested the Boston Marathon Bombing could be perpetrated by the U.S. government.
SHS students go blind to raise awareness
Sacred Heart School of Hampton, held its first Blind Awareness Day on Monday, April 8. Its inception was a vision brought forward to the Seacoast Advisory Committee of the New Hampshire Association for the Blind by chair, David Hagen.
Manchester man faces charges for allegedly stealing food valued at $11
Kaisle Raikes, 20, who said he is homeless, was arraigned Monday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on a felony charge of theft for allegedly stealing food valued at $11 from Market Basket, 460 Elm St.
Stratham Police Logs, March 23-April 6
He stated he has not caught them working yet but wanted us to be aware in case we observed any construction work.