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3 hrs ago | UnionLeader.com
NH makes good use of loan fund Only four states did better than New Hampshire at making sure that money from the Treasury Department's State Small Business Credit Initiative was used in a timely fashion.
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7 hrs ago | SeacoastOnline
A lobsterman hit with more than 100 charges alleging he stole lobster traps, including some belonging to the late Tony Rahn, was fined more than $11,000 and given a suspended jail sentence on Tuesday.
12 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com
The Seacoast Repertory Theatre will open its 26th season on the seacoast with Hair.
12 hrs ago | National Fisherman
This spring, many loving parents will give their graduates a check, a hug, a copy of "Oh the places you'll go!" and send them on their way into the big wide world.
15 hrs ago | Brooklynvegan
The New Mendicants -- aka Joe Pernice and Teenage Fanclub's Norman Blake -- released their debut album, Into the Lime , earlier this year.
17 hrs ago | Washington Times
Transportation officials are optimistic that a bridge connecting New Hampshire and Maine hasn't sustained any structural damage after an oil tanker struck a pier supporting the span.
21 hrs ago | SeacoastOnline
These events are free and open to the public. Some offer limited seating and all require registration by calling Maple Suites at 742-8820.
Author Michele Wehrwein Albion will speak about her book "The Quotable Eleanor Roosevelt," from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 25, in the Levenson Room of Portsmouth Public Library.
Assistant Mayor Jim Splaine said he is hopeful the City Council will be able to find "some middle ground" instead of voting either to repeal the controversial conditional-use permit or to keep it as is.
12:31 p.m. - Responded to the Route 1 Bypass after a caller said he backed into an electrical box.
The caller kept the person's information. 12:09 p.m. - A motor-vehicle crash involving two vehicles was reported on Corporate Drive.
The trustees of the North Hampton Public Library have recruited a strong team to lead the $1.2 million campaign for the new library.
The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce is pleased to welcome the Great American Hotel Group with a traditional ribbon cutting.
Courtesy photo Front Row: Mike Carlton, Calling All Cargo; Laurie Widmark, Legal Shield; Kristen Bournival, Leone, McDonnell & Roberts P.A.; Donna Coraluzzo, Dover Children's Home; Melissa Lesniak, One More Referral and Keller Williams Realty; NedraSahr, North Star; Ute Luxem, Profile Bank; Terri Pattison, Secret Direct; Linda Nyland, The ... (more)
Aaron Bonds was found not guilty of sexually assaulting a woman, but guilty of drugging her and two friends after a night of bar hopping in downtown Portsmouth in July 2012.
A view of "The Castle," a former prison at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard U.S. Navy photos courtesy of Portsmouth Naval Shipyard - After falling into disrepair since it closed four decades ago, there is no estimate to how much it could cost to breathe new life into "The Castle," a former prison at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.
House Bill 1507, "relative to university system of N.H. in-state tuition rates for students domiciled in N.H.," is sponsored by Rep. Pamela Tucker, R-Greenland.