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City Councilor Esther Kennedy believes it's time for the city to consider picking up the trash in the downtown more than once a week.
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Although an image of elegance in her flowing evening gown at Thursday night's scholarship pageant, 21-year-old Derry native Stephanie Iacuzio is both beauty and brawn.
9 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat
Great Bay Community College will host Express Admissions Day on Friday, August 1, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the College's campus in Portsmouth at the Pease International Tradeport .
14 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat
The Portsmouth Police Department will conduct a sobriety checkpoint this weekend in the city in a continuing effort to apprehend drunken drivers.
Joe , J. , and Mary in 'The Myth of the Father" at The Players' Ring. What does it really mean to be a father? Absolutely nothing, at least according to the playwrights behind a comedy being staged in the Late-Night Series at the Players' Ring Theatre in Portsmouth.
Seacoast parents enlisted the help of their children in supporting ousted Market Basket CEO Arthur T. Demoulas outside the chain's Portsmouth store on Route 1 Monday.
C&J Bus Lines, one of New England's premier transportation providers, announced the expansion of its popular New York City Service.
The line up at The Music Hall continues to heat up this summer with America's Got Talent breakout star Jackie Evancho backed by the PARMA Orchestra.
A public vigil to honor prisoners of war and missing service people will be held Tuesday night in Langdon Park, where Mayor Bob Lister will attend and Boy Scouts will present the color guard.
7:44 a.m. - Report taken about the theft of jewelry and glasses from a car parked on Woodbury Avenue.
An Exeter man accused of robbing two Portsmouth stores at knife point is also suspected of holding up an Xtra Mart in Exeter in June.
A vibrant historic seaport, Portsmouth thrives on tourism. Restaurants, shops, museums and parks crowd this city whose population is around 21,000 -- barely half the population of Billerica.
Donald Capalare of Portsmouth, who served in the 6th Marine Division during World War II in Okinawa, Japan, received his long overdue corporal stripes and ribbons for a field commission on Sugar Loaf Hill in 1945 that was never recognized by the U.S. Marines.
Several Commercial Alley business owners have sent a letter to the City Council asking the city to shed a little more light on the popular thoroughfare.
Grocery clerk Zach Farmer waits to hand out fliers Saturday to customers leaving Market Basket store No.
Courtesy photo The New Hampshire Art Association announced the winners of the annual Prescott Park Arts Festival Open Juried Exhibit.
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