BRENTWOOD — A Newmarket man accused of causing a Portsmouth’s woman death by giving her heroin was indicted by a Rockingham County Superior Court grand jury this month.
ROCHESTER — A two-alarm fire displaced 23 residents in 12 units at Sunset Arms apartments on Salmon Falls Road in Rochester Thursday night.
ROCHESTER — Against the recommendation by the mayor’s ad hoc committee, the Finance Committee has voted to recommend raising the annual stipend for the mayor by $1,000, which would make the mayor's total salary $4,400.
ROLLINSFORD – Scout Landing is a new home community off Church Street in Rollinsford and consists of 15 home sites ranging from about a third of an acre to just over one acre.
EXETER – A resident who recently resigned from the Economic Development Commission after calling the commission “a puppet,” is continuing to pose questions about Economic Development Director Darren Winham’s outside employment.
KITTERY, Maine — The Portsmouth Naval Shipyard was named the fiscal year 2014 Chief of Naval Operations Safety Excellence Award, an honor recognizing achievements in safety and occupational health.
SEABROOK — A former Seabrook patrolman facing police brutality charges is requesting a judge reconsider a decision to not allow another police officer to testify that his actions were justified.
PORTSMOUTH — City Councilor Eric Spear wants the Peirce Island Committee to consider the idea of charging a fee to out-of-towners who use the island.
PORTSMOUTH — Members of the development team for the proposed HarborCorp mixed-use development contended Thursday night that their project will provide significant public benefit to the city.
PORTSMOUTH — The most recent Rockingham County grand jury indicted locals on charges ranging from stalking and attempted bank robbery, to drug sales and antique-car fraud.
There are 2 research firms in total that have issued ratings on Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE:RGR) within the past year. The consensus, or mean target price of the Wall Street analysts covering the firm is $46.
WASHINGTON, Apr 16, 2015 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Nuclear Matters’ co-chairs, former Senators Evan Bayh (D-IN) and Judd Gregg (R-NH), commented on a report issued today by the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI), “Economic Impact of Florida Power & Light Company’s Nuclear Power Plants.”
Business advocates and regulators think they’ve finally come up with a single way for state agencies to define who and what an independent contractor is. However, labor unions and their advocates are worried that the new definition, proposed in House Bill 450, will allow some employers to more easily misclassify workers as independent contractors, avoiding paying payroll taxes and denying them benefits.
CHELMSFORD, Mass. —A federal prosecutor in Massachusetts says a man charged with trying to hire someone to kill his estranged wife has now been charged with trying to hire a gang member in New Hampshire to kill two prosecution witnesses, including a state trooper.
NEW YORK (WABC) -- A Former Radio City Music Hall Rockette is taking on a new life challenge that at least 8,000 other New Yorkers already face. And her latest journey is putting her back in the spotlight. Standing on a stage was always a dream for Michelle Tolson.