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Four arrests were made on Friday morning during a drug raid in the Gosling Meadows neighborhood. Comment?
A local man was transported to Portsmouth Regional Hospital on Thursday as a precaution after his wife accidentally pinned him between their vehicle and a low stone wall. Comment?
Town planning officials gave maritime technology think tank Juliet Marine Systems the green light Wednesday for use of the former Great Bay Community College campus. Comment?
The U.S. Justice Department is asking for help locating a Massachusetts man believed to be armed and dangerous. Comment?
The business community was as divided as the Legislature on the issue - so much so that two leading industry trade groups could not build enough consensus to take a stand. Comment?
Electricity generators will have to lower their fossil fuel emissions under a bill approved by the Senate Thursday on a 14-10 vote. Comment?
Editor's Note : The vote was to rule the bill inexpedient to legislate, so a "Yea" vote is a vote to kill the bill. Comment?
The 2013 Fresh & Local Seafood Kickoff will also help raise awareness about some of the lesser-known and lesser-used fish caught by New Hampshire fishermen each year as they face massive quota cuts for more popular species including cod and haddock. Comment?
In what a key lawmaker called "retribution" for casino gambling being killed by the House, the state Senate Thursday killed the House-passed 67 percent hike in the state's gasoline tax. Comment?
Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion in Portsmouth is home to what is considered the nation's oldest lilacs. Comment?
Photo courtesy of Ralph Morang HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS: Strawbery Bank Museum, which will welcome visitors throughout the Memorial Day weekend, features 16 buildings and gardens, with role-players and working craftspeople helping to chronicle the evolution of Portsmouth from the early Colonial period of maritime trade through the 1950s neighborhood of ... (more) Comment?
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. Comment?
And while the winning, $590 million Powerball ticket was sold in Florida, New Hampshire did have its share of winners in the Saturday Powerball drawing: A $1 million ticket sold at Bunny's Superette in Manchester. Comment?
Edward T. Critten, 42, with a last known address of the Motel 6 in Portsmouth has been arrested on four counts of simple assault, one count of criminal trespass and one count of burglary. Comment?
Eleven players made the cut Wednesday for the 2013 New Hamphire Golf Association State Amateur Tournament. Comment?
McSharry was named New Hampshire's Small Business Person of the Year for 2013 by the U.S. Small Business Administration. Comment?
Custom made in New Hampshire - with New Hampshire wood, New Hampshire history, and New Hampshire craftsmanship - could be the label on a nearly completed boat that students at The Community School in Tamworth will complete this semester. Comment?
Rep. Patricia Lovejoy, D-Stratham, warned that proponents promises of revenue and jobs are overblown and that the bill will lead to "proliferation" of more casinos in fugure years. Comment?
Primary defenders and front-line participants, politicians, elected leaders and descendents of those involved 100 years ago gathered Tuesday in the Executive Council Chambers to tell stories and reminisce as they celebrated the anniversary of the passage of House Bill 430, which established the primary. Comment?
In recent weeks, crews have begun clearing trees in the median between the southbound and northbound lanes north of Exit 3. Heading south toward Interstate 95, a bridge abutment has started to appear in the area of Pease International Tradeport that will carry traffic through a new Exit 3 interchange to Woodbury Avenue once complete. Comment?