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A local’s guide to ‘Hocus Pocus,’ 25 years later

It’s been 25 years since “Hocus Pocus,” the lighthearted Disney live-action classic about three ancient witches who are magically transported to modern-day Salem and the kids who must fight them off, first hit theaters. To celebrate, Freeform is airing a two-hour“Hocus Pocus” reunion specialthis Sat

BOSTON GLOBE - 2018-10-19 20:36:48

Exeter: 5 Nearby Rentals Now Available

EXETER, NH — If you need a change of scenery, recently found new employment, or just want to live closer to family and friends, renting can be a good choice. And Patch's weekly rental roundup is a great way to find the right spot for you!

PATCH - 2018-10-19 16:18:27

Top 5 things to do this weekend

There will be a number of rescues present, along with food trucks, craft vendors, kids' games, a silent auction, a costume parade of pets, a pet trick or treat, the Roller Derby Vixens and pet bakeries.

DAILY ITEM - 2018-10-19 21:31:37

A woman threw soup in a Newton restaurant owner’s face, reportedly over a spoon

The owner of the New England Soup Factory in Newton had hot soup thrown in her face Monday by a distraught customer. The reason? The customer didn’t receive a spoon to go with her soup sample, according to reports.The restaurant’s owner, Marjorie Druker, toldCBS Bostonthe woman didn’t like the size

BOSTON GLOBE - 2018-10-19 21:23:48

Man gets up to 40 years in prison for drug ring that brought fentanyl from Mass. to Rockingham County

James Castine, 25, of Epping had pleaded guilty to being a drug enterprise leader, witness tampering, and possession of a controlled drug.

EAGLE-TRIBUNE - 2018-10-18 14:07:00

Essex County Police: Woman Killed, $5K Reward To Catch Shooter

NEWARK, NJ — The Essex County Sheriff's Crime Stoppers Program is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to an arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the death of Michelle Newkirk, 26, of Newark.

PATCH - 2018-10-19 16:22:24

Exeter Parents Group Honored For Engagement Work

CONCORD, NH – Two parent leaders were awarded this week for their work promoting a strong collaboration between parents, schools, healthcare, and communities. At the Oct. 18, 2018, event, held at the New Hampshire Audubon McLane Center, Bevery Hodson and Amy Ferris of Parents Partnering in Transitio

PATCH - 2018-10-19 16:41:51

Exeter: 4 Open Houses Near You (PICS)

EXETER, NH — If you're searching for a new house, odds are you've already combed through all the online listings for your area. And while you've probably learned roughly what these homes are like from listing photographs, you can't beat an IRL encounter with the real thing.

PATCH - 2018-10-18 16:18:27

Former Spud's restaurant property and liquor license up for sale - Itemlive

“We had a successful 30 years and the prior owners, Heck Allen’s, had a successful couple of decades too so I think it’s a good spot for a restaurant,” said Spaulding.

DAILY ITEM - 2018-10-18 22:58:29

5 Things To Do This Weekend

Seaside BrewfestBrewfest fundraiser for Salisbury Parks and Rec and Salisbury PTA features a variety of craft brewers and more than three dozen beers to sample. From 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday at Salisbury Beach. Tickets: $10 for nondrinkers, $25 in advance and $30 at the door.Row, row your boat


Photo Of Smoking Gas Line Workers Raises New Concerns In Lawrence

LAWRENCE, MA -- When Brooke Juliano looked out the kitchen window of her Lawrence home and saw a Columbia Gas worker smoking while working on the transmission line on her street, she did what a lot of people would do these days: she snapped a photo and sent it to friends on Snapchat with the caption

PATCH - 2018-10-18 19:47:10

Four months after sister sent to prison for abuse, Epping man gets 18-40 years for drug trafficking | New Hampshire

James R. Castine, 25, was sentenced Tuesday after pleading guilty to several drug charges in Rockingham County Superior Court.

UNION LEADER - 2018-10-18 23:11:00

Lawrence auto shop owner pleads guilty to illegal dumping into river

SALEM, Mass — A Lawrence auto shop owner charged with dumping automotive oil into the Merrimack River decided to plead guilty on Thursday, just before his trial was scheduled to start in Salem Superior Court.

EAGLE-TRIBUNE - 2018-10-18 15:19:00

Exeter Election 2018: Voting Site, Candidates

EXETER, NH -- Exeter voters will hit the polls for the midterm election November 6 to choose candidates for Congress, governor and the state legislature. The polls will be open Election Day, which is a Tuesday, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Talbot Gym on Linden Street. Absentee ballots can be request


CDC investigating mysterious polio-like disease in New Hampshire | New Hampshire

Quinton Hill, 7, of Lakeville, Minn., lost movement in one arm last month due to a mysterious syndrome known as acute flaccid myelitis (AFM). The CDC is now investigating a potential case of AFM in New Hampshire, an official said Wednesday.(Tribune)


NH Man Who Delivered Fentanyl from Mass. Sentenced

Twenty-five-year-old James Castine had pleaded guilty to being a drug enterprise leader, witness tampering, and possession of a controlled drug.


Man Wearing Fishnet Stockings, Devil Horns Arrested After Running From NH Police

MERRIMACK, N.H. (CBS) – Police arrested a man who was wearing fishnet stockings, devil horns, and a wig when he allegedly tried to break into a New Hampshire home early Tuesday morning.


Andover teacher resigns amid NH theft, child endangerment accusations

SALEM, N.H. — The Andover teacher accused of using a child to steal from an arcade game at the Mall at Rockingham Park has resigned from his $85,000 per year job, according to school officials.


Another prostitution sting along Broadway in Lawrence brings arrests of 18 men

LAWRENCE — City police conducted another prostitution sting on Broadway this week, and this operation netted 18 men who were allegedly soliciting prostitutes, said police Chief Roy Vasque.

EAGLE-TRIBUNE - 2018-10-18 12:28:00

UNH aquaponic facility built to boost local agriculture | New Hampshire

“Over half of the world’s seafood is produced from aquaculture,” said NH Agricultural Experiment Station researcher Todd Guerdat, “Eighty percent of the seafood we eat in the United States is imported, resulting in nearly an annual $11 billion trade deficit for seafood alone. We need to take control