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North Hampton goes back in time for Town Hall Day
The bell tolled noon on Saturday as town officials in top hats rode an ox-drawn cart to town hall for a re-enactment of the opening of the historic municipal building.
Sat May 18, 2013
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Community marks 11th Bike/Walk to Work Day And gets free breakfast around the region for the effort
Friday marked the 11th annual Bike/Walk to Work Day that promoted residents leaving their vehicles behind and exercising a healthier option for their commute.
Fri May 17, 2013
New North Hampton Beach bathhouse to open in June
Just seven months after the old bathhouse at the North Hampton State Beach closed its doors forever, a new, updated facility is preparing to open.
Thu May 16, 2013
Insurer seeks damages from 2010 gas explosion
Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Company brought the civil suit last week against the owner and developer of the Sewall Farms condominiums and several other defendants following the explosion caused by a propane gas leak inside Lori Breard's condominium at 16 Cortland Ave., Stratham, on June 23, 2010.
Wed May 15, 2013
Micro-distilleries are bringing 'boutique' spirits to New Hampshire
Brian Ferguson, distiller at Flag Hill Winery & Distillery in Lee, works on one of its 'boutique spirts.' Flag Hill is debuting its new rum at the annual distiller's dinner this weekend.
Tue May 14, 2013
Epping dump cats left on their own
The feral cats living at the town's recycling center will soon be on their own for food, water, and shelter.
Newly formed economic development panel expanded
The Select Board has increased the size of the town's new Economic Development Committee to eight members.
Prom, graduations, field trips and more
The end of the school year is just around the corner, and many schools are celebrating with time-honored traditions.
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Hampton Around the Town
The Conservation Commission is holding its second annual painted rain barrel auction to be held on Saturday, May 18, during the Hampton Garden's Club's plant sale at the Town Hall parking lot.
North Hampton captures preservation award
The town of North Hampton was recently recognized by the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance for outstanding achievement in the rehabilitation of Town Hall.
North Hampton readies for historic weekend
In honor of National Historic Preservation Month, three North Hampton organizations will be hosting three events that highlight the town's historic buildings - Town Hall, Centennial Hall, and the UCC Church.
Mon May 13, 2013
Sat May 11, 2013
Foster's Daily Democrat
Leave the car at home during Bike/Walk to Work Week
If traffic on the Seacoast is a little lighter next week, thank the hundreds of commuters participating in the 11th annual Seacoast Bike/Walk to Work Week, May 13- 17.
Fri May 10, 2013
Restore LCHIP funding to its intended purpose
Historic preservation is vital to the southeast region's cherished environment, economy and quality of life.
Selectman: LGC's $17M refund plan is a big charade
The idea being put forward on how the New Hampshire Local Government Center will raise the money to repay $17.1 million to member communities doesn't make sense, one selectman told the organization's executive director Monday.
DOT wants town to forgo sidewalk in bridge project
The current bridge over Interstate 95 on Route 111 was initially designed with sidewalks in anticipation of the town putting sidewalks in the area of Dearborn Park.
Newmarket Mills honored with award
Restoration of a cobbler shop in Dunbarton and the town hall in North Hampton are among 10 projects lauded by the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance at its annual awards ceremony.
Wed May 08, 2013
Thomas H. Bilodeau
Mr. Bilodeau was born Feb. 3, 1943, in Nashua, the son of the late Henry F. Bilodeau and Ethel Bilodeau Nadeau.
NH Preservation Alliance honors 10 for protecting historic treasures
The Gundalow Company of Portsmouth was recognized for re-creating the Piscataqua, a flat-bottomed boat used to transport goods along the Piscataqua River.