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North Hampton Fire Chief Dennis Cote said members of the Select Board who are calling for an end to supplying mutual fire aid to Stratham are using that town as a "scapegoat." "That's not the reason why money is tight ," Cote said. Comment?
A 28-year-old man has been indicted by a Rockingham Superior Court grand jury on charges of robbing Domino's Pizza on Lafayette Road last year. Comment?
A man who allegedly strangled a patron outside the Poker Room in January has been indicted on two charges of second-degree assault and two charges of robbery. Comment?
The town will be able to tax the Aquarion Water Co. going forward for the utilities it has under town-owned rights of way, but it's going to have to refund the taxes paid for those properties in 2011 and 2012. Comment?
When the Hampton Arts Network was formed four years ago by a group of local artists, members were offered opportunities to exhibit art in local venues and participate in year-round variety of artistic events. Comment?
Police said they seized heroin, numerous needles, a digital scale and clear plastic bags, as well as money and weapons, around noon Friday from room 111 of the Route 1 motel. Comment?
New Hampshire firefighters are urging the House to pass a casino bill Wednesday to provide more revenue for state programs. Comment?
Members of New Hampshire law enforcement fondly recalled the late Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney at an event that evoked laughter and tears in the nation's capital Tuesday night. Comment?
The woman charged as an accomplice in three local bank robberies said all the money she and the suspected robber took was spent on drugs, according to police. Comment?
Editor's note: Staff writer Joey Cresta will be in Washington, D.C., to provide coverage of the events during National Police Week from Sunday, May 12, to Wednesday, May 15. Comment?
The funds raised at the Chief Michael Maloney St. Patrick's Day Benefit last month will go a long way toward helping the Greenland Police Department and members of the slain police chief's family attend upcoming ceremonies in Washington, D.C. Organizers of the event, including North Hampton officer Kate Horgan and Rich Brabazon, executive vice ... (more) Comment?
Lillian Peele, 74, of North Hampton passed from life Thursday, April 25, 2013, at Portsmouth Regional Hospital with her loving family at her bedside. Comment?
Two years after the subject was first broached by the Energy Committee, the Select Board is slated to finally address the issue of unnecessary street lights in town and the costs involved in keeping them. Comment?
5-11-13 at 2:20 a.m. Adrian SCHIDLOVSKY, age 18 of Durham, NH was arrested on Route 155A in Durham and charged with Underage Driving While Under the Influence of Alcohol. Comment?
The town will be able to tax the Aquarion Water Co. in the future for utilities it has under town-owned rights of way, but it's going to have to refund the taxes paid for those properties in 2011 and 2012. Comment?
The Exeter boys and girls have swept this meet in each of the last three years. But the boys expect a strong push from Portsmouth. Comment?
Joseph Arthur Laroche, 83, passed away peacefully Saturday, May 18, 2013, at Portsmouth Regional Hospital. Comment?
He attended Hampton Academy High School in Hampton and Northeastern University. He was a U.S. Navy veteran, discharged in 1943. Comment?
New Hampshire could sign on to new carbon emissions levels through the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, if the full Senate on Thursday passes legislation paving the way. Comment?
Anne Haky hit the game-winning free throw to propel third-seeded Herold Family Dentistry past second-seeded Dana's Auto Body and into the championship game with a 52-51 win Sunday night in Barbour Family Chiropractic Women's Basketball League playoff action. Comment?