A woman facing charges for allegedly leaving her elderly mother on the floor of her Exeter mobile home in her own feces for days before her death now claims that her sister has mishandled their... 0
A former corrections officer at the Rockingham County jail will be paid $30,000 to settle a lawsuit he brought claiming the Department of Corrections discriminated against him by denying overtime... 0
Littleworth Road in Dover was closed to traffic for hours Thursday night as crews battled a three-alarm fire at a farmhouse. 0
Calling the deadly crash a "tragedy," the defense lawyer for the Massachusetts teenager charged in the death of an off-duty police officer says his client won't be making a court appearance Friday. 0
State police are looking for witnesses to Thursday afternoon's motorcycle crash near Exit 9 on the Spaulding Turnpike. 0
The 4-million-pound center span of the new Sarah Mildred Long Bridge connecting New Hampshire and Maine was installed Wednesday, and now the race is on to complete the work and reopen the channel. 0
Police in Exeter and Stratham are investigating after two cars were stolen and one was possibly set ablaze. 0
Officials investigating drug distribution at Strafford County House of Corrections have pressed charges against two people, and three cases were recently sent to the U.S. Attorney in Concord for... 0
The Pastel Society of New Hampshire presents “It’s Pastel,” its ninth annual juried exhibition, at the Portsmouth Historical Society’s Academy Gallery at Discover Portsmouth,... 0
Pontine Theatre’s co-artistic directors, Greg Gathers and Marguerite Mathews, will present a program Portsmouth’s historic Plains neighborhood at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 23, at Strawbery... 0
The Somersworth Festival Association will host the 24th Harvest Craft Fair with more than 150 vendors at Somersworth High School, 11 Memorial Drive, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. 0
A North Hampton resident appointed to the Governor's Task Force on the Seacoast Cancer Cluster Investigation has been removed after questioning the state's definition of a cluster and recommending a... 0
North Hampton and State Police pursued a man on foot after officials said he stole a 2005 Chevrolet pickup from a local residence Monday night. 0
Residents in Dover are encouraged to participate in public workshops this week on climate change. 0
Charges have been upgraded against an 18-year-old driver accused of crashing into an off-duty Somerville, Mass., police officer who later died from his injuries. 0
Okay, leaf peepers, this week certainly peaked in some parts of the state. With all that beautiful foliage is the perfect backdrop for some of the weekend's events. We have hand picked some treats...
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