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Rochester nonprofit opens warming center

ROCHESTER - To help local homeless and needy individuals survive the fourth nor'easter in as many weeks, a Rochester peer support agency officially turned itself into a temporary overnight warming center Wednesday night. From Wednesday night through noon Friday, Tri-City Co-Op on Summer Street in Ro

FOSTERS DAILY DEMOCRAT - 2018-03-21 22:55:24

Police: 8 pounds of fentanyl found in Haverhill apartment

HAVERHILL - Two men and two women who lived in a barricaded apartment at 212 Winter St. were charged with trafficking fentanyl after police found more than eight pounds of the deadly narcotic in their apartment, along with several hundred rounds of ammunition. Some of the fentanyl was within reach o

EAGLE-TRIBUNE - 2018-03-21 00:18:27

Dover Police honor their own

DOVER - Police Detective Matt Travaglini was named Employee of the Year at the Dover Police Department. Travaglini's award was among many as Dover Police honored their own on Tuesday evening at Ember Wood Fired Grill at their annual awards banquet. Travaglini, a detective in the department's Special

FOSTERS DAILY DEMOCRAT - 2018-03-21 21:33:19

Long-delayed opening of $163M Maine-NH bridge set for March 30

PORTSMOUTH, New Hampshire - After a seventh-month delay, the new Sarah Mildred Long Bridge will open to traffic on March 30. The Maine Department of Transportation, in coordination with the contractor, Cianbro, announced the opening of the $163 million bridge connecting Kittery to Portsmouth, New Ha

BANGOR DAILY NEWS - 2018-03-21 17:43:16

Dover City Council gets update on waterfront development

DOVER - The city's long-standing waterfront development project is another step closer to reality after the waterfront committee approved the specifications for its request for proposals. That was one of many updates the City Council received at its workshop Wednesday. Dana Lynch, chair of the Coche

FOSTERS DAILY DEMOCRAT - 2018-03-22 03:48:48

Fish and Game: Don't eat fish from Berry's Brook

PORTSMOUTH New Hampshire Fish and Game has issued an emergency rule establishing Berrys Brook, which runs from the Coakley landfill, as a catch and release only fishing water. The department issued the ruling this week because of concern regarding contaminants leaching into the water from the Coakle

SEACOAST ONLINE - 2018-03-21 23:37:18

Dover police officer chosen for FBI Academy

DOVER - Captain William Breault has successfully completed the 271st session of the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy Program at Quantico, Virginia, according to Dover police Chief Anthony Colarusso. The FBI National Academy, held at the FBI Academy, offers ten weeks of advanced execu

FOSTERS DAILY DEMOCRAT - 2018-03-21 19:43:43

Homeless plead for help ahead of 4th nor'easter

ROCHESTER - As the Seacoast prepares for its fourth nor'easter of the month on Wednesday, homeless individuals throughout the area say they're hoping some entity will step up to help them survive another round of heavy snow and brisk wind. A special overnight warming shelter operated in Rochester fr

FOSTERS DAILY DEMOCRAT - 2018-03-20 23:04:40

Rochester police seek robbery suspect

ROCHESTER - Police are investigating a report of a robbery Monday afternoon at the Hannaford supermarket on Milton Road. Rochester police were call to the scene at approximately 5:15 p.m. A suspect approached a female in the parking lot of the store and reportedly demanded her purse before fleeing o

FOSTERS DAILY DEMOCRAT - 2018-03-20 13:25:46

Police: Hotel guest told housekeeping supervisor, 'I'm going to kill you'

PORTSMOUTH - A New York City woman accused of stabbing a housekeeping supervisor multiple times at the Sheraton-Portsmouth Harborside Hotel allegedly began the attack after asking when her room would be cleaned. Court documents in the case against hotel guest Jasmine Henderson, 32, of Bronx, N.Y., d

UNION LEADER - 2018-03-20 04:56:00

Rochester Police: Man made shooting threat

ROCHESTER - A Rochester man is facing several charges after a disturbance Monday afternoon at the Salvation Army in which police claim he displayed his hand as a gun and threatened to come back and shoot an employee. Anthony Wallace Freeman, 18, of 100 Rochester Hill Road, Apt. E1, Rochester, is fac

FOSTERS DAILY DEMOCRAT - 2018-03-20 22:05:57

Pair charged in Hampton burglary

HAMPTON Two people are facing charges in relation to a burglary at the Seacoast Laundromat & Car Wash earlier this month. Police say they received a call at 7:24 a.m. on March 9 about a burglary at the Seacoast Laundromat & Car Wash on Lafayette Road. Responding officers received information that so


Man burned in Hampton condo fire

HAMPTON A man was hospitalized after being burned in a fire at a Winnacunnet Road condominium early Tuesday, fire officials said. The fire took place at the Crossway Terrace condos at 454 Winnacunnet Road, reported by a neighbor at 6:19 a.m., according to Capt. Michael McMahon of the Hampton Fire De

SEACOAST ONLINE - 2018-03-20 13:35:48

Crumb rubber field coming to Dover High

DOVER - A plan to replace Dover High School's natural grass football field with an artificial field has been added to the school budget and will likely be completed by spring 2019, said Deputy Mayor Bob Carrier who chairs the Joint Building Committee overseeing the project. The new artificial field

FOSTERS DAILY DEMOCRAT - 2018-03-20 18:25:16

Volunteers needed to help cottontail habitat

DOVER - NH Fish and Game and the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension are seeking volunteers to help restore the habitat of the endangered New England cottontail rabbit. Volunteers will plant native shrubs, which the rabbits use for shelter, at Bellamy River Wildlife Management Area in

FOSTERS DAILY DEMOCRAT - 2018-03-20 18:35:04

Rockingham County Sheriffs Make Warrant Arrests

BRENTWOOD, NH - Kayla M. Lonergan, 22, lower middle, of Main Street in Danville, was arrested on March 2, 2018, on a judge's order to arrest for failure to appear at the arraignment of an original charge of theft as well as three warrants: Strafford SO-VOP, Danville for habitual offender, and the Ne


Trial for Maine man accused of scaring woman to death begins

Carlton Young accused of causing woman's fatal heart attack Updated: 4:11 AM EDT Mar 19, 2018 The trial for a Maine man accused of scaring a woman to death begins Monday. Police said Connie Loucks, 62, suffered a fatal cardiac event in March 2015 after a burglary at her home on Wire Road in Wells.


3 arrested with pipe, hatchet and knife after drug money fight

MANCHESTER, NH - On Marrch 17 at approximately 7:15 a.m., Manchester Police Officers responded to the area of 492 Pine St. for a report of several subjects involved in a fight with weapons. The following information is based on a police narrative of what happened next:Twardosky/MPD Upon arrival offi


Waterboro man arrested after head-butting one deputy, biting another, sheriff says

A Waterboro man was arrested after head-butting a York County sheriff's deputy and biting another deputy on the leg as he resisted their efforts to let a woman living at the house retrieve her belongings, Sheriff William King said Saturday. Nicholas Morin, 29, was charged on Friday with assault on a


Police: Suicidal man arrested with firearms

NEWINGTON - Town and state police and the Seacoast Emergency Response Team responded to the Walmart on Woodbury Avenue Saturday at 10:22 a.m. for a reported suicidal man with firearms. Newington police identified the suspect as Patrick Merosola, 56, of Hampton, and said he was wanted on an active ar