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PORTSMOUTH — The federal Food and Drug Administration last week warned that teen use of electronic cigarettes "reached an epidemic proportion," while local police leaders say... [Read More]
Off the beaten track of Portsmouth's cultural, historic and arts attractions is the "Museum of Dumb Guy Stuff," intentionally named without a hyphen, so visitors... [Read More]
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RYE — A juvenile minke whale was found dead at Jenness Beach Monday morning, and police are working with environmentalists to determine the proper way... [Read More]
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PORTSMOUTH — Michael Warhurst worked the Prescott Park soil as head gardener for 42 years, many of them while barefoot, before retiring earlier this year to... [Read More]
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Off the beaten track of Portsmouth's cultural, historic and arts attractions is the "Museum of Dumb Guy Stuff," intentionally named without a hyphen, so visitors... [Read More]
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PORTSMOUTH — A second-generation auto mechanic, with 45 years in the business, Louis Dow Jr. is turning away as many customers as he books, while... [Read More]
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BRENTWOOD — While the secretary of state's office has not yet declared a winner in the primary election for Rockingham County sheriff, unofficial results show... [Read More]
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PORTSMOUTH — The School Board on Tuesday discussed sending a proposed resolution to state and federal lawmakers, urging new gun legislation, while one member advocated for... [Read More]
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NEWINGTON — While working as a tumbler operator for gunmaker Sig Sauer, Pamela Bond "was subjected to egregious sexual harassment" by her supervisor, who once "threatened... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — Police are investigating the death of a man found Friday morning near the railroad tracks behind 801 Islington St.Officers were called to the... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — The first-ever meeting of the city's Demolition Review Committee was held Wednesday and concluded with a unanimous vote that a 100 Pinehurst Road... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — Local and state police closed off the Parrott Avenue area mid-Tuesday afternoon after a bomb threat was phoned into the Portsmouth Circuit Court.Police Chief... [Read More]
BRENTWOOD — A Rye man should be allowed to present witness testimony about his fighter-pilot training when he goes to trial for a charge alleging he... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — Charged with felonies alleging he fired six .380 caliber bullets at a truck driven by a fleeing teenager, Mark Gray pleaded not guilty to... [Read More]
HAMPTON — Joanne Schwope left her 5-year-old golden retriever dog to be groomed one morning and when she went to retrieve him mid-day, was informed he... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — After a teen entered the wrong house at 3:30 a.m. for a party, then the truck he was driving was shot with .380... [Read More]
RYE — A group of 85 whale watchers witnessed humpback whale "Owl" thrash for 50 minutes while caught in a fishing net Thursday afternoon off the... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — Massachusetts authorities announced the arrests of three of five suspects in an alleged multi-state crime ring that includes thefts of vehicles during a... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — Students at Portsmouth High School felt the heat on the first day of school Tuesday when, according to Superintendent Stephen Zadravec, the air conditioning... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — The New Hampshire attorney general's office on Tuesday said it will not release an unredacted statewide list of officers, who could have credibility problems... [Read More]
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