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The subject of a search, by deputies with drawn weapons earlier this month, Kejuan Williams was arrested Friday by members of the U.S. Marshals Task Force, it was announced.Williams, 44 of 1079 Maplewood Ave.,... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — Owners of the Gas Light Co. restaurant have filed a lawsuit against the city, asking a judge to negate an order that the Gas Light's outdoor deck be enclosed.Representing restaurant owner Paul... [Read More]
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St. James Church, one of three Catholic churches that comprise the Corpus Christi Parish, will be sold while the parish plans renovations of its other two churches and moves all services to the... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — A high school teacher, who gained notoriety for dressing like President-elect Donald Trump and dancing in her classroom to a "F (expletive) Donald Trump" song, has pleaded not guilty to a charge... [Read More]
Four female state representatives have sponsored a bill that proposes establishing a committee to study decriminalizing "sex work." House Bill 287 calls for a committee of three state representatives and three members of... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — Third generation Portsmouth resident Jeff Goss announced he's opening "The Clipper Tavern" in Market Square with business partner Sean Sullivan, at 75 Pleasant St. where Brazo restaurant recently closed.Brazo closed New Year's... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — The subject of a Thursday morning search, by deputies with drawn rifles, Kejuan Williams is not in custody, but has been in touch with police, said Sgt. David Keaveny.Williams, 43, of 1079 Maplewood... [Read More]
Colorado knife maker Spyderco has filed a seven-count lawsuit against the Kittery Trading Post, alleging the Route 1 retailer sold counterfeit Spyderco knives of inferior quality to "generate an obscene" profit. Maine news,... [Read More]
A judge on Wednesday approved disbursement of partial inheritances to the Police and Fire Departments, in amounts of $187,000 each, from the estate of the late Geraldine Webber. Carole Alfano, public information... [Read More]
Four minors were taken into custody at an underage drinking party early New Year's Day and other teens ran off when police arrived, said Police Chief Kevin Walsh."You need to trust and verify,"... [Read More]
A half-dozen members of the sheriff's department, with rifles drawn and wearing bullet-proof vests, surrounded a Maplewood Avenue home Thursday morning, in an attempt to arrest a resident for his alleged failure to... [Read More]
A half-dozen members of the sheriff's department, armed with rifles and wearing bullet-proof vests, surrounded a Maplewood Avenue home just before 9 a.m. Thursday.Portsmouth Police Sgt. David Keaveny said the county officers notified... [Read More]
Police are investigating several recent thefts of ornamental yard items, similar to thefts four years ago, thought not necessarily connected, said Capt. Frank Warchol.On Dec. 29, a South Street resident reported the theft... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — A high school teacher placed on leave twice last year — first for dancing in her classroom to a "F (expletive) Donald Trump" song, then for being the subject of a protection order — was... [Read More]
RYE - While the New Hampshire Supreme Court is being asked to reconsider its denial of attorneys fees to resident Robert Jesurum for his legal fight to retain public access to Little Harbor beach, the court has... [Read More]
A teenage driver is charged with felony drug possession after he was stopped for crossing a yellow line, then found with more than an ounce of marijuana, said Police Chief Kevin Walsh.The traffic... [Read More]
According to police reports, the pistols were a 9 mm Springfield, a .40-caliber Glock and a 9mm Taurus. Maine news, sports, politics and election results, and obituaries from the Bangor Daily News. [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — A check on a suspicious car led to the arrests of two men Monday night for charges alleging both had loaded and concealed pistols without a license to do so, said police... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — A serial identity thief, named last month as a most wanted fugitive, is being held by federal authorities for 12 alleged parole violations, including that she passed a bad check for eyelash... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH – The New Hampshire Supreme Court issued a ruling Tuesday that allows Toyota of Portsmouth owner James Boyle to construct a driveway connecting his Greenleaf Avenue dealership property to the Route 1 Bypass.Boyle's... [Read More]
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