Foster's Daily Democrat
Seacoast Family has new board
Seacoast Family Promise of Stratham, N.H. is pleased to welcome three new members to its Board of Directors.
Wed May 15, 2013
National memorial service brings closure for Greenland police
"Closure" is the word that Greenland police Detective David Kurkul said best describes the past several days spent in the nation's capital.
Tue May 14, 2013
at the Library
Adult Book Group: The last Monday of each month at 7 p.m. Copies of monthly titles are available at the library.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Sen. Ayotte will attend reception in honor of fallen Police Chief Michael Maloney
The name of a fallen New Hampshire police chief is now etched into history. The name of Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney was added Sunday to the National Law Enforcement Officers memorial in Washington, D.C. The granite memorial bears the names of all law enforcement officers who have been killed in the line of duty.
Exeter fishing derby is reel fun
The Exeter Sportsman's Club's annual fishing derby Saturday at Waterworks Pond reeled in buckets full of fun for children of all ages and from all over.
Sun May 12, 2013
Maloney honored as bikers arrive in D.C. for unity tour
Thousands of police officers on bicycles rode in to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Sunday afternoon to mark the unofficial kickoff of National Police Week, a multi-day event honoring the lives of police officers who died last year.
Greenland dept. welcomed, saluted on arrival in DC
Members of the Greenland, N.H. Police Department received a warm welcome as they stepped off the plane at Reagan National Airport Sunday as they begin what many expect will be an emotional and powerful experience at National Police Week.
Protecting Great Bay is a national responsibility
I recently held a town hall in Greenland to provide local officials and community members an opportunity to discuss the future of Great Bay and innovative ways to reduce nitrogen and other sources of pollution.
Their bravery under fire was 'heroic and inspirational'
Unidentifed town employees make a message in honor of Police Chief Michael Maloney at the Greenland Town Offices in April last year.
Evelyn L. Paige
She grew up in Greenland and was a longtime resident of Epping. Evelyn was the widow of Harry L. Paige.
Sat May 11, 2013
Thumbs up to helping, honoring other people
Thumbs up and congratulations to Kaye Brazier, the state juvenile probation officer who is riding her bicycle from New York City to Washington, D.C., in memory of slain Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney.
Fri May 10, 2013
Foster's Daily Democrat
Ita s OK to be crabby
They've got blue blood, more than four eyes, have been around since the time of the dinosaurs, and could save your life.
Thu May 09, 2013
Officer honors slain Chief Maloney in ride from NYC to D.C.
Kaye Brazier, a juvenile probation officer from Dover, rides in the first day of the Police Unity Tour, a bicycle ride from Ground Zero in New York City to Washington, D.C. If Kaye Brazier needs some inspiration on her 300-mile bicycle ride to Washington, D.C. over the next few days, all she needs to do is look down.
Judge blocks removal of Greenland cemetery trees
A Superior Court judge has temporarily blocked a plan to remove nearly 150 towering pine trees surrounding the Prospect Hill Cemetery.
Tue May 07, 2013
NH workers killed on the job rose in 2011, 2012
Although the state still has the lowest number of workplace fatalities in the country, the number of workers killed on the job in New Hampshire increased in 2011, rising from six killed in 2010 to nine workers killed in 2011.
UNH student studying horseshoe crabs, survivors for 350 million years
They have blue blood, more than four eyes, have been around since the time of the dinosaurs, and could save your life.
Mon May 06, 2013
North Hampton Police Logs, April 1-9
The vehicle was last seen traveling towards Lafayette Road. 6:50 p.m. - Police took a report of a hit and run motor vehicle accident at the northern end of Willow Avenue.
Problem with garden impatiens
Downy mildew threatened the common impatiens used in the landscape, Impatiens walleriana.
Krempels Center continues to give hope to brain-injured adults
Members of the Krempels Center at the Community Campus said goodbye to a group of 20 interns from the University of New Hampshire on Friday.
Around the City of Portsmouth
Boys in kindergarten through Grade 5 and their mothers are invited to the 18th annual Mother-Son Mother's Day Dance hosted by the Recreation Department at 8 p.m. Saturday, May 11, at the Connie Bean Community Center at the middle school.