A section of Route 125 was closed Friday morning after a driver was seriously injured in a nearly head-on crash involving a car and a tractor-trailer unit. 1
Oyster River High School in Durham was placed in lockdown Thursday after a bomb threat was found in the girls' bathroom. 0
The future of the former McDonald's restaurant building on Ocean Boulevard in Hampton is uncertain, but it appears the property will soon have a new owner. 0
A substance abuse advocate from Dover will be the guest of honor of Sen. Maggie Hassan, D-NH, when President Donald Trump gives a speech to a joint session of Congress next Tuesday. 7
Police are investigating several complaints involving the theft of political signs throughout the town. 0
Police arrested 15 people — 12 of them students enrolled at the University of New Hampshire — on criminal mischief charges Wednesday in connection with the destruction of three vehicles... 14
Starting next academic year, the University of New Hampshire is offering free tuition to qualified students who meet certain financial requirements. 10
The McDonald's that's been a fixture on Hampton Beach since the 1970s and is believed to be the fast food chain's first seasonal restaurant in the country has closed its doors for good. 3
A junior varsity basketball player from Milton's Nute High School is alive thanks to an athletic trainer from Epping High School and others who sprang into action after the teen went into cardiac... 0
Portsmouth officials may raise parking meter rates, and the reaction locally is a mixed one. If passed, rates will go up by 25 cents on May 1. That would bring parking downtown to $2 per hour. 1
Two Raymond residents charged in connection with an alleged drive-thru drug operation that used a “fries extra crispy” code word while working at the Epping Burger King waived arraignment... 9
About 20 playwrights took up the challenge this past November to write “30 Pages in 30 Days” about complex social issues impacting communities today. 0
Carpe Diem Inc. presents Seacoast showman George Hosker-Bouley’s new comedy “Not Last Night ... but the night before!” at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays at the West... 0
DURHAM – Oyster River High School in Durham went into lockdown Thursday morning after a bomb threat was found in a girls' bathroom. 0
Selectmen voted Tuesday night to prohibit regular babysitting by employees and elected officials who work at Atkinson Town Hall. 23
Winter break for New Hampshire students begins this weekend so there will be plenty of family-centered activities at the ski areas, local libraries, and attractions throughout the state. Take some...
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