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Wednesday Sep 10 | Foster's Daily Democrat
Need to make room for the new iPhone 6? Each year there's a new electronic device we're itching to buy, whether its a smartphone, TV, tablet or computer, and we're inundated with messages telling us to upgrade. So what happens when we do upgrade? Where does an old iPhone or laptop end up? MetalWave, Inc. will support a large-scale recycling event at the Brentwood Highway Shed on Middle Road neighboring the Pilgrim United Church of Christ on Sept.
Wednesday Sep 10 | SeacoastOnline
As a local man awaits indictment on felony charges connected with a seven-town high-speed chase, two police departments are preparing to take him to trial on several misdemeanor offenses. Donald Smith, 23, of Seabrook, appeared in Seabrook District Court on Wednesday to be arraigned on the Hampton Falls and Seabrook misdemeanors he faces for his actions following a traffic stop in Hampton Falls on July 12. Smith is now scheduled to go to trial at 11 a.m. Nov. 19 on Hampton Falls' operating after suspension , disobeying a police officer, conduct after an accident and reckless operation charges and Seabrook's reckless driving and disobeying a police officer charges.
Wednesday Sep 10 | Patch.com
At 11:23 a.m., police reported a civil complaint on Danielle Street where a painting contractor had gone absent without official leave. At 11:33 a.m., police reported fraud and embezzlement on North Worcester Street where a caller reported she received a call that said her grandson needed money in Mexico.
The two-term Republican senator from Hampton was surprised with a cake congratulating her on her 53rd wedding anniversary moments before receiving challenger Steve Kenda's official concession speech. "It's kind of like two good things happening at one time," said Stiles.
An elderly man who had been riding a bicycle was badly injured in a collision with a car here on Friday morning. At approximately 8:59 a.m., troopers from the New Hampshire State Police Troop A barracks responded to a motor vehicle-bicycle accident on Sanborn Road at the intersection of Evergreen Drive.
Brown For US Senate - ICYMI: CONCORD MONITOR: CANDIDATE PROFILE: SCOTT BROWN TELLS N.H. VOTERS HE'S AN INDEPENDENT VOICE Ever since Scott Brown made Rye his home in December, he has been traveling across the state green pickup truck and all on a mission to convince New Hampshire voters that he should represent them in the U.S. Senate. He's also been putting in the work to win over Republican primary voters and independents, sharing the story of his tough childhood and family ties to New Hampshire and pointing to his previous record in the U.S. Senate as evidence that he'll be an independent voice for New Hampshire.
A medflight has been requested for an 80-year-old male bicyclist who reportedly suffered serious head and leg injuries during a crash involving a car Friday morning. New Hampshire State Police Lt.
Just off Maplewood Avenue sits the oldest existing wood-frame house in all of New Hampshire and Maine, overlooking a fragrant apple orchard.
Frederick V. McMenimen is asking a judge to deny the prosecution's request as he prepares for his trial on federal charges, which include money laundering, tax evasion and interstate transportation of goods taken by fraud.
It might seem early for little witches and ghouls to wander the streets for buckets of treats.
The Hampton Falls Free Library celebrated another successful summer reading program, with our readers doing us proud: 68 teens and adults signed up and read/ listened to 257 books and magazines, while 92 preschool through eighth-graders read a combined 72,275 pages.
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Updated: Wed Sep 10, 2014 06:43 pm
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