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When Kodak Black didn’t show up to a Boston show, police had to disperse an ‘unruly’ crowd

A reported sexual assault summoned Boston police to the House of Blues music venue Wednesday night, but then officers also had to help break up a crowd of about 1,000 people who became “unruly” when they found out rapper Kodak Black, slated to perform, was a no show, officials said.


2-alarm fire burns garage in Deerfield

DEERFIELD, N.H. — Crews battled a two-alarm garage fire in Deerfield on Wednesday night. Deerfield firefighters were alerted to the fire in the detached garage on Brown Road at 6:51 p.m. The garage was engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived on the scene.


New Hampshire man facing deportation denied pardon

CONCORD, N.H. – A New Hampshire auto shop owner facing deportation to Lebanon for crimes committed 14 years ago has been denied a pardon that would have allowed him to remain in the country.


Here Are The Best Places For Easter Brunch In New Hampshire

This Sunday is Easter, and what better way to spend late morning/early afternoon this Sunday having brunch at one of New Hampshire's best restaurants! But with so many great dining options in the state, how will you know which will be the best for Easter Brunch? Here are some places you can go where


HubSpot to anchor McIntyre office building in Portsmouth

Cambridge, Mass.-based HubSpot will be the anchor tenant of the redeveloped Thomas J. McIntyre Federal Building in Portsmouth. Redgate-Kane, which is redeveloping the 1960s era building, made the announcement Wednesday that the sales and marketing software developer would be moving its current Ports


Probation, Drug Fugitive Wanted By Marshals In NH

CONCORD, NH — The District of New Hampshire - New Hampshire Joint Fugitive Task is searching for a Granite State man who allegedly violated his probation after being arrested for possession of opioids. Thomas Drake, 27, is a Caucasian man, weighing around 150 lbs., and standing 5-feet, 10-inches tal


Seacoast radio station pulls 'Telephone Flea Market' off the air after 45 years

DOVER — After 45 years on the air, WOKQ and WPKQ have pulled the plug on “The Telephone Flea Market.”. The radio flea market was a tradition for many New Hampshire listeners who would tune in Sunday mornings to hear about the items callers were selling around the state and other parts of New England


Rockingham County Sheriff's Office Arrest Logs, April 5-6

BRENTWOOD, NH — The following incidents were reported in the Rockingham County Sheriff's Office report for the time period of April 5 to April 6. Those arrested are presumed to be innocent unless they are proven guilty in court. The names of minors have been omitted.


10 Big-Ticket Events Coming Up Near Exeter

EXETER, NH — New and exciting events are coming to the Exeter area all the time. Whether you're looking to attend a concert or sporting event, theater performance or magic show, Patch's partnership with TicketNetwork has you covered. Here's your weekly roundup of the top big-ticket events coming up


Portsmouth Middle Schoolers Craft Paths To Local Sustainability By 2030

Middle schoolers in Portsmouth on Wednesday showcased their ideas to make their city more sustainable – and more prepared for climate change – within the next decade. The eighth graders based their projects on the United Nations' sustainable development goals – to tackle climate change, inequality,


Cocheco Valley Humane Society in Dover, NH Wants You to Meet, Debra!

How can you say no to this adorable feline face? I mean just look at those cat eyes!. Cocheco Valley Humane Society is hoping to place Debra into her forever home. Maybe you are looking to add to your family? Maybe you know someone who wants to adopt a beautiful domestic short hair mix. Debra is a l


Sports in a Minute: Amesbury softball breaks North Reading's 51-game CAL win streak

The Amesbury softball team picked up a historic win on Wednesday, handing North Reading its first loss within the Cape Ann League since 2015. Amesbury won 5-3 behind a brilliant performance by freshman Olivia DeLong, who pitched a complete game while allowing just three runs (two unearned) in the to


Four New Hampshire towns listed among nation’s safest

Four communities in the state of New Hampshire have been listed among the safest in the country. In a report on “The 100 Safest Small Towns in the Country” – towns with between 2,500 and 15,000 people – issued by home security company SafeWise, the New Hampshire towns of.


Trucks may be re-routed on Somersworth's Government Way

SOMERSWORTH — City officials are considering an ordinance that would prohibit tractor-trailer trucks from turning left onto Station Street from Government Way. Somersworth Police Capt. and Traffic Safety Committee Chair Russell Timmons expressed concern at the committee's March 20 meeting that tract


NH teacher accused of sexually assaulting student held in Massachusetts jail

NEWTON, Mass. — A judge ordered Wednesday that a Concord High School teacher accused of sexually assaulting a student will remain in a Massachusetts jail. Primo Leung faces several charges after police began investigating other accusations of inappropriate conduct. The investigation began in Decembe


Editorial: Lodging bill introduces a slippery slope

New Hampshire is not a home rule state. Its cities and towns, particularly when it comes to raising the revenue needed to fund government, have only the power the governor and Legislature grant them.


HubSpot Portsmouth Continues to Grow in 2019 Welcoming New Leadership

In 2015, HubSpot opened a small office in Portsmouth, New Hampshire because, while working with a technical agency in the area, we quickly realized that Portsmouth is home to talented people who are passionate about helping customers. In just a few years, the team has grown by over 600%, turning the


Dover superintendent, NAACP meet with DOJ about KKK jingle

DOVER — The superintendent of the Dover School District, the city police chief and the president of the Seacoast NAACP met with the U.S. attorney for the District of New Hampshire last month to discuss the KKK jingle incident that took place at Dover High School in late 2018. The U.S. attorney reque


NH Primary Source: US Rep. William Hurd headed to NH (but he’s not running for president)

HURD TO NEW HAMPSHIRE. U.S. Rep. William Hurd of Texas will be in New Hampshire on May 3, but he’s not running for president. Former state Republican Party vice chair Matt Mayberry arranged to have the three-term congressman headline the Rockingham County GOP’s Hot Dog Grill at the home of Executive


'British Blast' at Portsmouth Music Hall to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of NH

A British invasion is coming to Portsmouth to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of New Hampshire. The Portsmouth Music Hall will host a live concert featuring the music of Queen, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and more.