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Managers at local Market Basket stores say business is down 80 to 90 percent since customers began boycotting the stores to protest the firing of company president Arthur T. Demoulas.
My campaign for state Senate began six weeks ago, and already I have personally knocked on the doors of nearly 1,000 people in Seabrook, North Hampton, Greenland, New Castle, Hampton, Newton, Kensington, Stratham, Hampton Falls, South Hampton and Rye.
After years of planning and a lot of patience, local residents who pushed to create a new public-chartered high school will soon realize the fruits of their labor.
I run into many folks who are readers of this paper and they are full of questions.
The Portsmouth Herald's recent description of the pig scramble at the Stratham Fair made it seem as though it was a harmless, "good, clean fun" activity, not much different from a three-legged race.
Editor's note: Scroll to the end of this story for a Twitter feed with live updates covering today's Market Basket rally as it unfolds this morning.
Dozens of community members and business leaders packed a downtown restaurant this week to help a local girl who "only cares about everybody else" even though she's "been through so much."
It's the topic of conversation in the workplace, nursing homes, at Dunkin' Donuts, local farmer's markets, the police department, and town hall.
Beyond the headlines about Scott Brown, there's a real political race in New Hampshire: the swingiest congressional district in the country is on track to produce a re-re-match that's a complete tossup.
Roughly a year after completing a crowd-funding effort to get their business off the ground, Stratham residents Michael and Louise Potorti have taken up space at the Lafayette Road shopping plaza and plan to open Beara Irish Brewing Co.
Nappi was released on $2,500 personal recognizance bail. 8:31 p.m. - A.R. Morrow Phillips, 49, of Exeter, was arrested on a charge of driving while intoxicated, open container.
Staffing Sense, a leader in the staffing industry since 2001, has relocated its office from Stratham to 11 Court St., Suite 210, in downtown Exeter.
As thousands of frustrated workers, their supportive families and loyal customers made their voices heard at rallies Monday, 43-year Market Basket employee Bill Beaulieu had some words of advice for shoppers.
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