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PORTSMOUTH — Street preacher Dwayne Jacques is rolling a 7-foot cross on a pet jogger through each of the 48 continental states and arrived this week... [Read More]
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PORTSMOUTH — Ten weeks after a fire leveled two of three buildings that housed apartments and the State Street Saloon, the fate of the burned and still-standing... [Read More]
Robert Merner was sworn in as the city's new police chief Tuesday during a ceremony marked by tradition, standing ovations, thanks and well wishes.A standing-room... [Read More]
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Police are investigating allegations that a Portsmouth High School student took photos and videos of underage female classmates, under their dresses and skirts, while they... [Read More]
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Before the first day of summer arrived Wednesday, Rye police had already given 41 citations to people for drinking on town beaches."Really aggressive," is how... [Read More]
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What began as Rus Wilson's collection of loud neckties has grown into a full wardrobe of garish suits, now numbering somewhere around 25, with five... [Read More]
A Feaster Apartments resident was indicted for a felony that alleges he mailed drugs to a county inmate inside a letter. According to county records, Justin... [Read More]
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A Union Street woman was indicted for two felony charges alleging she pointed a loaded shotgun at a resident walking his dog past her home.Nicole... [Read More]
A Good Samaritan picking up trash in Prescott Park Monday morning was stuck in the palm by a medical device used by diabetics to draw... [Read More]
Joe Kelley and Jo Kelley are opening a coffee bar in Market Square with a goal of attracting locals who want a bar experience without... [Read More]
The city's animal control officer seized 33 pet rats from a Gosling Meadows apartment Monday and brought them to the New Hampshire SPCA, where they... [Read More]
The owner of the State Street Saloon, which closed due to an April 10 fire, Eli Sokorelis said two West End locations he considered for a... [Read More]
CONCORD — A bill that sought to penalize municipalities for hiring so-called double-dippers was retained by the state Senate but its goal is expected to be revisited... [Read More]
A sign in front of the 2nd Time Around consignment shop reads, "Help us go out with a bang," while the state attorney general's office... [Read More]
CONCORD — A former physician assistant, charged with prescribing a highly-addictive fentanyl spray in exchange for cash kickbacks, needs a legal team of at least four specialists... [Read More]
Little Harbour School students climbed into an armored vehicle, sat on a 950-pound police motorcycle and learned about fingerprinting Wednesday during the second annual Cops... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — All the gritty, historic and sentimental items inside the now-closed Coat of Arms restaurant and pub will be sold during a public auction Monday... [Read More]
John Brady is selling his historic Market Square home, with bones from when it was first a hardware store in the late 1700s, then run... [Read More]
Patrol officer Christina Meyer lives in a home built by her great-grandparents, which she said fostered her lifelong interest in history. She studied anthropology at... [Read More]
A large glass window was shattered on the Daniel Street side of the Breaking New Grounds building, and police don't know how it happened.Sgt. David... [Read More]
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