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Woman killed in head-on accident in Hampton

Updated: 5:13 PM EDT Sep 17, 2017 State police said a woman was killed after her motorcycle was hit head-on by a pickup truck in Hampton. Police said it happened just before midnight on the Route 1 southbound interchange ramp to Route 1 north in Hampton. Police said 61-year-old Keith Rogers of Vol

WMUR.COM - 2017-09-17 21:13:00

Jose brings dangerous surf, rip currents at Seacoast

Officials on the Seacoast say Tropical Storm Jose could cause some coastal flooding this week. The storm is churning up big waves at the coast, forcing Rye police put out a warning to anyone venturing into the ocean. Police said dangerous surf and rip currents are expected over the next few days. "E

WMUR.COM - 2017-09-20 12:29:00

'Feels like yesterday'

SALEM, N.H. - Lynette Sargent was awash with emotions before even entering the 9/11 Never Forget mobile exhibit in Salem on Tuesday. She stays awake on nights when her husband, Seabrook firefighter Barry Sargent, goes to a big fire. While waiting in line Tuesday, she teared up at the thought of faci

EAGLE-TRIBUNE - 2017-09-19 22:09:10

Prep school, police reach agreement after sex abuse cases

Police and Phillips Exeter Academy have reached an agreement that says suspected acts of sexual abuse involving children will be reported to a state agency, as well as police. The agreement with Phillips Exeter said suspected abuse shall be reported to the state Division of Children, Youth and Famil

WMUR.COM - 2017-09-20 02:43:00

Plum Island residents seek help to counter erosion

NEWBURYPORT - Seventy-one residents of Reservation Terrace at Plum Island Point released an open letter to federal, state and municipal leaders asking for faster action on anti-erosion measures near their homes. As a long-term solution, residents are urging that "a funding mechanism needs to be esta

NEWBURYPORT DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-20 08:02:00

5 things to do this week: Sept. 22-29

1 Country Music Festival: 4-11 p.m. Sept. 22; noon-11 p.m. Sept. 23; 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Sept. 24, Amesbury Sports Park, 12 North Hunt Road. The community is invited to enjoy three days and evenings of concerts featuring country and Americana musicians. For information: http://amesburymusicfest.com. 2 D

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-09-20 14:00:00

Cianbro faces fines for Long Bridge delay

PORTSMOUTH The float-in and installation of the draw portion of the new Sarah Mildred Long Bridge has been delayed until mid-October and will come at a cost to general contractor, the Cianbro Corporation. Maine Department of Transportation senior engineer Ron Taylor said due to tidal patterns the ne

SEACOAST ONLINE - 2017-09-19 23:03:46

Exeter officials seek public parking at Lincoln Street School

EXETER A recent plan put forth by town officials would establish 44 public parking spots for the Lincoln Street corridor, alleviating traffic concerns as part of long-anticipated development. The expansion of Lincoln Street has been a hot button item for Exeter in recent years, with the town hosting

SEACOAST ONLINE - 2017-09-20 16:45:22

Phillips Exeter, police update sexual assault reporting guidelines

Phillips Exeter Academy must report any act of sexual assault to local police under an updated memorandum of understanding announced Wednesday between police and the school. Phillips Exeter has wrestled with a past history of sexual abuse since last year, when a former teacher was arrested and plea

UNION LEADER - 2017-09-20 17:30:00

COW moves scale model of waterfront

To the editor: We've moved! If you didn't have the chance to see the Committee for an Open Waterfront (COW) scale model for an improved Newburyport central waterfront, you have another opportunity now. The waterfront model has been on display at the Custom House Maritime Museum and Newburyport Seni

NEWBURYPORT DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-20 07:00:00

Colin Cody earns Eagle Award

NEWBURYPORT - Newburyport High School senior Colin Cody received Scouting's highest award, the Eagle Scout Award from the Boy Scout Council, at the recent Troop 21 Court of Honor. Cody, son of Melissa and Christopher Cody of Newburyport, first participated in Cub Scouts as a Tiger, Bear, Wolf, then

NEWBURYPORT DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-20 07:00:00

Four charged with attempted murder as a result of severe stabbing

HAVERHILL - Four suspects were arrested and charged Tuesday evening in connection with the severe stabbing of a man that happened earlier this month. The four were held without bail pending their arraignment in Newburyport District Court Wednesday morning, according to Lt. Robert Pistone, spokesman

EAGLE-TRIBUNE - 2017-09-20 05:00:00

Cronin, Holaday advance in mayoral race

NEWBURYPORT - Robert Cronin and Donna Holaday took the top spots in Tuesday's preliminary mayoral election, advancing to the city's general election where they will face off Nov. 7. The unofficial count had Cronin edging out the incumbent mayor, 1,445 to 1,388 votes, followed by Dr. Hazem Mahmoud wi

NEWBURYPORT DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-20 01:55:00

Former Amesbury school to be sold, converted to apartments

AMESBURY - A developer has signed an agreement to purchase the former Horace Mann Elementary School, with plans to turn it into apartments, the mayor said Tuesday. Mayor Ken Gray said David Martin of Martin Development LLC has signed a purchase-and-sale agreement with the city to buy the 22,651-squa

NEWBURYPORT DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-20 08:03:00

Equifax may be happy to spend $1 per customer for their trouble

Equifax could get away with paying a mere $1 per person after failing to protect almost half of America's credit data. While the 118-year-old credit-reporting firm has been hit with more than 100 consumer lawsuits over its massive security breach, legal experts say there's room for a deal because ne

CARRIAGETOWNENEWS.COM - 2017-09-20 16:15:00

Busy Event Season Continues at American Independence Museum

EXETER -History can be fun and relevant, which is an idea that underscores several upcoming events at the American Independence Museum. On Thurs., September 21, a full house is expected for the museum's Lunch and Learn: "When Shipping Was King: The Piscataqua Region in Colonial America" with UNH Pr

CARRIAGETOWNENEWS.COM - 2017-09-20 15:27:00

America's opioid problem is so bad it's cutting into U.S. life expectancy

Prosecutors in New York announced this week that an August drug raid yielded 140 pounds of fentanyl, the most in the city's history and enough to kill 32 million people, they told New York 4. Those numbers underscore the dizzying size of the current opioid crisis, and the report of the New York bust

CARRIAGETOWNENEWS.COM - 2017-09-20 11:32:00

This makeup artist's viral faceless void pictures are terrifying

Mimi Choi's makeup art is as spectacular as it is terrifying, as she specializes in illusion makeup like 3D snake lip art and gorier fare like this: Hey guys, is it just me or is my a little bit crooked? This is #makeup Another variation of my #shift makeup illusion using @nyxcosmetics matte black l

WMUR.COM - 2017-09-20 16:34:00

Hospital soliciting proposals for Caf Art Gallery

The Art Committee of York Hospital is soliciting proposals for artwork to be hung in the Caf at York Hospital for the year 2018. Each exhibition will be hung for three months beginning in January 2018. Artists should send a biography and CD to Karen Blake, York Hospital, 15 Hospital Drive, York, ME

SEACOAST ONLINE - 2017-09-19 21:01:43

Hurricane Maria lashes Puerto Rico with force not seen in 'modern history'

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Hurricane Maria roared ashore on Puerto Rico on Wednesday as the strongest storm to strike the island in more than 80 years while panicked residents fled to high ground and huddled in shelters hoping to withstand powerhouse winds that have already left death and devastation a

CARRIAGETOWNENEWS.COM - 2017-09-20 11:40:00