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$619K North Hampton Colonial On 2+ Acres With Pool
NORTH HAMPTON, NH — One of North Hampton's newest homes on the market is a $619,000 Deer Run Road colonial. The home, built in 1990 and listed last week, has four bedrooms and four bathrooms on a 2.2-acre parcel. There's a farmer's porch, in-ground pool and two-car garage. Learn more from realtor.co
A Popular Restaurant with 4 New Hampshire Locations is Opening at the Former Hilltop Steakhouse Site in Saugus, Mass
A popular restaurant that has four locations across the Granite State is set to open a new site at the former Hilltop Steakhouse on the infamous Route 1 in Saugus, Massachusetts.
Driver charged after RV smashes pole, pushes parked van into Epping home
EPPING -- A Hampton man was charged with reckless operation after his RV plowed through a utility pole and then pushed a parked van up against a house while children were playing in the basement Tuesday afternoon, police said.
Byfield hunter slapped with fine, loses license for a year
BYFIELD – A local hunter facing more than 65 charges, including several deer tag violations, destruction of trees and illegal possession of pelts and animal mounts, lost his license for a year and was fined $1,800 after pleading guilty to six of the charges on Tuesday in Newburyport District Court.
Salisbury gearing up for pot sales
SALISBURY — It looks like Salisbury will be the first community in the area to see a retail marijuana store open, possibly soon after the new year, according to the town manager.
5 New Houses For Sale In The Hampton-North Hampton Area
HAMPTON-NORTH HAMPTON, NH — Looking for a new home, and want the latest scoop on what's available near you? Need some help finding the perfect place for you and your loved ones? Never fear! To keep you up to date, we've compiled an up-to-date batch of five new listings nearby.
Lawrence man jailed on weapon charge
AMESBURY – A Lawrence man arrested in Amesbury last year after police found a loaded handgun his car pleaded guilty to the weapon charge Tuesday in Newburyport District Court and was sentenced to 18 months in jail.
Trial of Salisbury man in 1991 slaying of armored truck guard begins
WORCESTER (AP) — Opening statements were expected Monday as the murder trial began for an 82-year-old Salisbury man charged in the fatal shooting of an armored truck guard at a supermarket 27 years ago.
Seawall, evacuation site discussed in climate-change planning
SALISBURY — Building a seawall and desalinating beach water were among suggestions made at a special municipal vulnerability planning session at Town Hall Monday night. The state Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs has set aside grant money to help municipalities plan for climate ch
Fake Bomb Planted On Portsmouth City Christmas Tree: Police
PORTSMOUTH, NH — A man was arrested after Portsmouth police said he planted a fake bomb on the city's downtown Christmas tree. Richard Will (pictured), 36, with no fixed address, was arrested last week and charged with criminal threatening, a misdemeanor. He was released on bond.
Seabrook man arrested, suspected in Salisbury car break minutes earlier
SALISBURY – A Seabrook man who already served jail time for breaking into several cars in Ipswich and Rowley back in 2015 is considered a suspect in an early Monday morning car break in Salisbury, according to police.
Portsmouth doctor sees up to 100 ALS cases a year
PORTSMOUTH — A doctor in Portsmouth says his practice sees up to 100 people a year with the progressive neuro-degenerative disease ALS. “It’s not a huge percentage of the population, but it’s something that is more common than people give credence to,” neurologist Matt Robertson, a doctor at Appledo
Anna Jaques nurses sue hospital, claiming wages not paid
NEWBURYPORT – Three Anna Jaques Hospital nurses have sued the Newburyport hospital for its alleged failure to pay them for working through 30-minute meal breaks over a period of three years, according to court documents.
Durham, NH council discusses tree lighting, menorah request
DURHAM, N.H. - A New Hampshire town council held a special meeting to discuss its annual tree lighting at a local park and the decision to deny a 9-foot-tall menorah to be displayed next to it.
Mother of drug OD victim seeks leniency for friend's role in death
BRENTWOOD — Sandra Parish lost her son, Joseph Bragg, to a drug overdose last year, but when it came time for the friend who provided him with the fentanyl-laced heroin to be sentenced she begged a judge not to send her to prison.
Family Dollar in Haverhill’s RiversEdge Plaza Closing in January
The Lincoln Avenue Family Dollar store is closing at the end of January 2019. (File photograph) One of the RiversEdge dollar stores is no more. At the end of January 2019, the Family Dollar location at Haverhill’s 227 Lincoln Ave., is set to close for good, the company tells WHAV.
Man whose burned body found in Lynn was father of young boy, family says
Family members of a Lynn man whose burned body was found in a public park last week remembered him on Saturday as the father of a 3-year-old boy who often visited relatives and still called his own mother “Mommy.”
Parkside teacher charged with exchanging 100+ inappropriate emails with student
MANCHESTER, NH – A three-day police investigation culminated with the arrest of a Parkside Middle School teacher involving alleged inappropriate email activity with a student.
High school roundup: Spartans play D-I champ Portsmouth
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — White Mountains Regional participated in Saturday’s NHsportspage Coaching for a Cause Jamboree at Great Bay Community College. Among the 12 teams were D-I powerhouses Spaulding, Alvirne, Portsmouth, Bishop Guertin, Exeter, and Winnicunnet High Schools. D-II’s Pembroke Academy, Oys
Three-vehicle crash closes Route 108 in Durham
DURHAM — A three-vehicle crash Sunday afternoon sent three people to hospital and closed Route 108 for about an hour, according to police. At approximately 2:14 p.m. Sunday, Durham Police and Fire departments responded to the intersection of Route 108 and Canney Road for the report of a motor vehicl