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Portsmouth couple's appeal of Airbnb ban rejected

PORTSMOUTH A Lincoln Avenue couple lost an appeal of the city's cease-and-desist notice for the short-term rental of a neighboring house they own and rent through Airbnb. Barbara Jenny and her husband Matthew Beebe were served the order dated Aug. 18 stating theyre in violation of city ordinance for

SEACOAST ONLINE - 2017-11-22 17:37:53

Portsmouth police log: Nov. 20-21

Nov. 20 7:57 a.m.: Caller said she was stuck in an elevator in a New Hampshire Avenue building, but responding officer reported the elevators were working and no one was stuck in one. 10:23 p.m.: Report taken about graffiti on a Market Street building. 11:12 p.m.: Barment letter served to someone wh

SEACOAST ONLINE - 2017-11-22 15:17:19

Portsmouth couple denied permission to rent property on Airbnb

PORTSMOUTH - A couple will not be able to rent out their property on Airbnb short-term after the zoning board denied their appeal Tuesday night. Matthew Beebe and Barbara Jenny own Working Stiff Properties and live at 81 Lincoln Ave. They bought 87 Lincoln Ave. last year, intending that some day he

UNION LEADER - 2017-11-22 12:46:00

Ricci appeals Portsmouth's rejection of ADU to Superior Court

PORTSMOUTH The Planning Board's denial of an accessory dwelling unit is being appealed in Rockingham County Superior Court where, property owner Butch Ricci claims, the city's definition of owner occupied is "undefined." Through attorney Tim Phoenix, Ricci is appealing the board's Sept. 20 denial of

SEACOAST ONLINE - 2017-11-22 00:13:49

Portsmouth police warn of rash of car break-ins

PORTSMOUTH Police are investigating numerous car break-ins throughout the city in recent weeks. Many of the crimes are believed to have been committed by a group specifically targeting parking lots of gyms, athletic facilities and commercial buildings. Entry is generally made by breaking a vehicle's

SEACOAST ONLINE - 2017-11-21 22:08:19

Portsmouth police investigating several car break-ins

Updated: 9:44 PM EST Nov 21, 2017 Portsmouth police are investigating a recent string of car break-ins. Police said many of the acts are believed to have been committed by a group specifically targeting parking lots of gyms, athletic facilities and commercial buildings. The suspects generally brea

WMUR.COM - 2017-11-22 02:44:00

Portsmouth council to question developers on McIntyre plans

PORTSMOUTH The City Council now plans to use a scheduled meeting with three development teams Nov. 29 to question them about the proposed redevelopment of the McIntyre Federal Building and property, rather than hear presentations from the developers. That decision came late Monday night in response

SEACOAST ONLINE - 2017-11-21 19:01:12

Portsmouth road project handled with professionalism

Nov. 20 To the Editor: I live on Sudbury Street and unbeknownst to many, at present, along with many of the neighboring streets (McDonough; Brewster; Langdon etc.) there is a major project to install new drainage, gas lines, meters, sidewalks, curbs and roads, a beginning of the ambitious two-year I

SEACOAST ONLINE - 2017-11-21 21:37:02

Girls Basketball: Chamois 54, Vienna 25

VIENNA - The Chamois Lady Pirates dominated the first and third quarters Monday en route to a 54-25 season-opening win against the Vienna Lady Eagles. Chamois took a 13-3 lead after one quarter and pushed its advantage to 30-16 by halftime. The Lady Pirates outscored the Lady Eagles 16-2 in third qu

JEFFERSON CITY NEWS TRIBUNE ONLINE - 2017-11-21 06:16:48

Fort Leonard Wood readies for annual Thanksgiving feast

The tradition continues as 12 Fort Leonard Wood dining facilities gear up to serve their annual Thanksgiving holiday meal. William Moffitt, Installation Food Program manager, his team and the food service contractor, are planning to provide nearly 12,000 meals during the lunch-time celebration and m

HOUSTONHERALD.COM - 2017-11-21 14:39:00

Online meeting planned about Morgan County bridge projects

The Missouri Department of Transportation is holding an online public meeting to share information about an upcoming project that will replace two bridges in Morgan County - the Route BB bridge over Middle Richland Creek and the Route PP bridge over Messer Creek, according to a news release. MoDOT i

JEFFERSON CITY NEWS TRIBUNE ONLINE - 2017-11-21 06:16:50

Rolla Man Allegedly Sexually Abused Three Children for Months

ROLLA, Mo.-- A Rolla man was indicted by prosecutors on nine counts of statutory sodomy after he allegedly sexually abused three children all under the age of 12 for nearly six months. Cregg A. Snyder, age 50 of Rolla, was indicted on the charges November 14 and arrested by police on Monday, Novembe

OZARKS FIRST.COM - 2017-11-21 21:49:48

Lake area orchestra begins winter concert series

Lake Area Community Orchestra Celebrating its 30th year, the Lake Area Community Orchestra traditionally performs a winter concert series and a summer concert series. This year's winter concert includes Tomaso Albinoni's "Adagio," "A Crazy Mixed-up Christmas Concert" "Adventum," "A Fireside Christma

JEFFERSON CITY NEWS TRIBUNE ONLINE - 2017-11-22 06:26:21

Pair arrested in connection with liquor store armed robbery

FALL RIVER -- Police arrested a man and woman in connection with an armed robbery Saturday night of a liquor store. Fall River police were dispatched to Joe's Liquor Store located at 90 Eagle St. in regard to an armed robbery, where store employees told officers that a woman wearing a dark jacket,

HERALD NEWS - 2017-11-21 18:55:01

Rhode Island Man Faces Domestic Murder Charge in Death of Girlfriend

WJAR A Rhode Island man accused of killing his live-in girlfriend then telling investigators she had been struck by a car has been indicted on a murder charge. Attorney General Peter Kilmartin said Monday that 32-year-old Allen Hanson is charged with domestic murder in the May death of Jennifer Silv

NECN - 2017-11-22 04:48:31

Tax levy would have 'modest' increase under proposal

SOMERSET - Town Finance Director Joseph Bolton told the Somerset Advisory and Finance Committee last week that the selectmen and town administrator are proposing to put $3,445,000 into the town's operating budget to reduce what residents and businesses would pay in taxes for this fiscal year. Bolton

SOUTH COAST TODAY - 2017-11-22 08:01:00

New marching shoes for CHS band

CUMBERLAND - Cumberland High School band members will all receive new marching shoes, thanks to Director Michael Feroce's most recent successful crowd-funding campaign. Now in the final year of a five-year plan to improve the band, Feroce is using Donors Choose, a website for teachers, to fund a gro

VALLEY BREEZE - 2017-11-21 23:59:59

Care New England's top priority: Community care

PAWTUCKET - Care New England officials on Tuesday announced plans for continuity of community care in the region during the reverse certificate of need process for the closure of Memorial Hospital, maintaining family care and internal medicine offices in Pawtucket and moving medical residencies to K

PAWTUCKET TIMES - 2017-11-22 05:02:00

Former Providence Police Chief Urbano Prignano dies

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Retired Providence Police Chief Urbano Prignano Jr. has died. His death was confirmed by Chief Hugh T. Clements Jr. on Wednesday. Prignano began his 34-year career at the Providence Police Department in February 1967, walking a beat at the Willard Avenue Shopping Center in the Sou

PROVIDENCEJOURNAL.COM - 2017-11-22 13:56:28

Weight Loss Surgeries Help Woonsocket Couple Have Child

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - After years of wishing for a baby, Sindia and Luis Hernandez are finally enjoying their first little bundle of joy. Luis says, "God's been good. I have my baby right here." It's been a long road for this Woonsocket couple to get to this point. Like many Americans, they found thems

ABC6.COM - 2017-11-22 01:46:00