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Saying Goodbye to Pastor Paul Sweet
EAST HAMPSTEAD -It is with saddened hearts that members of the East Hampstead Union Church say goodbye to Pastor Paul Sweet. Sun., October 1, at 10:00 a.m. will be Pastor Paul's last sermon at the historic church located at 225 East Main St, East Hampstead. Pastor Paul has lead this small church for
Joe McQuaid's Publisher's Notebook: Fun at the Deerfield Fair, info at the expo
IKE, MIKE, AND SPIKE may want to go to the Deerfield Fair this weekend. If they do, the fair vendors had better count their change. It happens that all three of these mini-Marx Brothers are now attending the same school, which happens to be in the same building in which their grandfather still toils
Upcoming Events On The Hampton-North Hampton Calendar
Play Date Yoga Monday 10:30 -11:15 AM Ages 2-6 Weekly Class starting September 11, 2017 Class location: Exeter Recreation Building 32 Court Street, 2nd floor Exeter, NH 03833 YOU AND YOUR CHILD WILL EXPERIENCE THE BENEFITS OF YOGA TOGETHER Are you looking for an indoor activity that you can both enj
NH Business Newsmakers: Asvaraksh is Roedel's corporate sales chief
WILTON - Roedel Companies named Ed Asvaraksh as its first corporate director of sales. He is responsible for implementing and maintaining efficiencies and processes for the sales divisions of the Roedel hotel properties. Asvaraksh was most recently the director of group and leisure sales for the Hil
Trivia night satisfies the universal human urge for beer and knowledge
A contestant hands in her answer sheet during Trivia with Cody and Bill at Backyard Brewery. Photo/Carol Robidoux MANCHESTER, NH - Bill Seney didn't mean to make the world a smarter place. It just happened. "Back when I was working at Stark Brewing, one night on a lark they put Trivial Pursuit cards
ArtFront returns with Culture Shock, a convergence of art, dance and photography inspired by the city's diversity
MANCHESTER, NH - On October 12, 13 and 14, newly formed ArtFront will once again host three evenings of multidisciplinary art which explore the culturally rich environment that Manchester now embraces. The show is both co-hosted by and held in Jupiter Hall, an exciting new event space located at 89
Police seeking this man after Friday-night stabbing at Mr. Market
WANTED: Chad Nagy WANTED: Chad Nagy MANCHESTER, NH - On the evening of September 22, 2017, at approximately 7 p.m., Manchester Police Officers responded to a stabbing at Mr. Market convenience store located at 297 Spruce St. Upon arrival, Officers located an adult male victim with a non-life-thr
Shaheen, Hassan speaking out against health care bill
MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - Democratic New Hampshire Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan are holding a news conference to highlight what they call the "devastating impact" that the latest GOP health care bill would have on state residents. The senators say there are provisions that would make health
Seacoast Cancer 5K: Cook, Goodwin take top honors
DOVER - It took more than 6 minutes for the large crowd of runners and walkers to cross the starting line of the Seacoast Cancer 5K on Sunday. The race began when legendary Red Sox pitcher Tim Wakefield rang a bell, symbolic of the bell that cancer patients ring when they finish a course of treatmen
Irene McGlone, 100: Avid reader, knitter and gardener whose grandchildren were her pride and joy
MANCHESTER, NH - Irene D. McGlone, 100, of Manchester, NH, died September 12, 2017. Born in Peabody, MA, on August 29, 1917, she was the daughter of Joseph and Muriel (Robinson) Morin. She resided in Manchester most of her life. Irene graduated from Manchester High School Central, Class of 1936. In
Reddit responds to Sununu's Millennial Council
O P I N I O NStand up. Speak up. It's your turn. In response to Governor Chris Sununu's upcoming "Millennial Advisory Council," Reddit user "ThatWerewolfTho," of the Seacoast area, had an interesting take on how the whole situation might play out in reality. Presented here for your amusement, with p
'They just steal your heart'
LONDONDERRY - They are small, smart, furry and anyone who owns one says they may steal your shoes and definitely your heart. A ferret festival was held Saturday at the Londonderry Senior Center on Mammoth Road, hosted by Sue Kern - not only a fan of all things ferret but founder of 4 Li'l Paws Shelt
Manchester man charged in Londonderry child porn case
James Fowler LONDONDERRY - Police charged a Manchester man for allegedly possessing child pornography on Friday. Police served the arrest warrant for James Fowler, 43, on Friday at the Valley Street jail in Manchester, where he is being held on other charges. Londonderry police have been investigat
Suspect identified in Manchester stabbing
Updated: 12:10 PM EDT Sep 24, 2017 Manchester police have identified a suspect accused of stabbing a man on Spruce Street Friday night and are asking for the public's help in finding him. Police suspect 18-year-old Chad Nagy caused non-life-threatening wounds to a man's left arm with a knife at Mr
Math programs don't add up as Manchester teachers cobble together lessons, use old workbooks
MANCHESTER - When Manchester schools started earlier this month, it marked the third year without a common, district-wide program for teaching mathematics in elementary schools, a situation that is drawing criticism from school officials, teachers and parents. Critics, some who asked to speak anonym
Warrant issued for local man wanted for Manchester convenience store stabbing
MANCHESTER - Police have issued an arrest warrant for a man accused of stabbing another man during a fight at a convenience store, police said. Chad Nagy, 18, of Manchester, is wanted on a felony warrant charging him with first-degree assault and criminal threatening with a deadly weapon, police sai
NH police and illegals: Is this 'catch and release?'
The New Hampshire State Police are working on a "clear policy" regarding that agency's role in dealing with illegal immigrants. We hope it comes up with something clearer and better than what the Deerfield police have just adopted. Immigration enforcement is clearly not the police's primary concern.
'Through the Eyes of Nurses'
STRATHAM -The Stratham Historical Society and Stratham's Wiggin Memorial Library will jointly sponsor a program by Stratham resident Kathleen A. Bower, DNSc, RN, FAAN (Doctorate in Nursing Science, Registered Nurse, Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing), titled, "Battle - Through the Eyes of Nu
At $2.85b through July, state's exports on record pace
Exports from New Hampshire were up nearly 22 percent for the first seven months of this year, and are on pace to break a yearly record. Overall, the state's exports totaled $2.85 billion through July, compared to $2.34 billion during the same time frame in 2016. From January through July, New Hampsh
As Trump campaigns for Strange in Alabama, he expresses some doubts: 'I might have made a mistake'
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - President Donald Trump campaigned on Friday night for Alabama Senate candidate Luther Strange, in a race that has pitted him against his most loyal supporters and that holds the potential to upend the political dynamics for Republicans facing election in 2018. The endorsement of '