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U.S. Army veteran Joshua Denton announced his candidacy for City Council in this fall's election Saturday morning in Goodwin Park on Islington Street.
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The question that has been hanging over the Legislature all session will be decided this week: Will the state take the tentative step of legalizing one casino? The House will decide the fate of Senate Bill 152 Wednesday.
A homeless man, who was previously convicted for a sex crime involving a 4-year-old child, has been charged with failing to register with police as a sex offender.
Zyacorp Entertainment of Bedford on Friday announced that construction will soon begin on its Cinemagic Stadium 10 Theater, which is scheduled to open in November at Southgate Plaza.
The Planning Board on Thursday unanimously approved the subdivision of one lot, at the corner of Langdon and McDonough streets, into four new lots.
Scheduled to appear in the Portsmouth Circuit Court on Monday for a charge alleging indecent exposure and lewdness is Terrance Regan, 21, of 226 Union St.
Kimberly Cloutier Green will pose a question in the next few weeks - months perhaps - that she hopes will engage the entire community in conversation and contemplation.
A local woman distracted by her cellphone crashed the vehicle she was driving into a telephone pole Saturday morning and suffered minor injuries, police said.
Police screened 179 drivers on Middle Street near Middle Road between 10:30 p.m. Friday and 2 a.m. Saturday.
Dignitaries and heroes will celebrate Armed Forces Day at the first annual 'Salute Our Soldiers' fundraiser Saturday, with proceeds to benefit the Seacoast Chapter of Veterans Count.
The Greater Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce board of directors voted unanimously Thursday, with one member abstaining, to oppose SB 152, the casino bill under debate in the New Hampshire Legislature.
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.
The closure is part of a series of actions Sears Holding is taking to reduce ongoing expenses, adjust its asset base and "accelerate the transformation" of its business model, according to a statement issued by Howard Riefs, director of corporate communications, on Wednesday.
I have always believed in civic duty and public service; first as an Eagle Scout, then as a U.S. Army officer, and now as a candidate.
Businessman Andrew Lietz of Rye was appointed to serve on the state's Alternate Panel of the Judicial Conduct Committee.