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Molina was released on $2,000 personal recognizance bail. 7:05 p.m. - Andrew Yount, 35, of Exeter, was arrested on a charge of simple assault.
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Exeter High School English teacher Kristina Peterson has moved into the semifinals for the New Hampshire Department of Education's tenth Teacher of the Year award celebration.
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School officials at Exeter High School are warning students about the dangers of a dare known as the "Polar Plunge" that may have turned deadly for one man who leapt into icy waters earlier this week.
It is with interest that I read the editorial in the paper regarding the search process for a new principal for Exeter High School.
Pastor Nathan Snyder will deliver a sermon from James 4:1-10 on Sunday, April 27 at Exeter Presbyterian Church, 73 Winter St. in Exeter.
Crews from Danley Demolition moved in Wednesday morning to begin tearing down the garage at 1 Franklin St. despite the wishes of some members of the town's Historic District Commission who hoped some of the building could be preserved.
A long dispute between Exeter and Brentwood over Pine Road is coming to an end and it appears both towns will have to shell out some cash.
As often happens in the research room of the Exeter Historical Society, one project leads to another.
It has been almost a month since Exeter High School Principal Sean Kiley announced that he accepted a principal position at Winchester High School in Massachusetts and will be departing Exeter at the end of the school year, after only two years on the job.
Dennis Brady and Gerry Hamel, were all too kind in their disagreement with those wishing to push taxpayers' comments to the end of the selectmen's meetings.
A fixture in downtown Exeter for nearly 40 years, Wheel Power Bicycle Shop will soon find a new larger home on Epping Road.
Two weeks ago it was announced that the pair were being honored by their alma mater, the University of New Hampshire, with the Granite State Award.
"There were points where it was really fun and then there were points where it was stressful," admitted Niehus, a senior in the Seacoast School of Technology's marketing program who teamed up with other seniors to organize the school's 8th annual Small Business Showcase.
"It's Swasey Parkway, not Swasey Throughway. I wouldn't be upset if there were more than what was here before," the Exeter mother said Wednesday during a visit to the parkway with her two young children and other friends.