DURHAM - People in Durham are concerned after someone noticed a poster soliciting young women for the website sugardaddyforme.com on a downtown bulletin board last week. 0
"One of the tricks with this generation is they really want to feel appreciated," said Steve Gabriel of 36Creative in Salem. 0
The Lil' Iguana's Children's Safety Foundation, a Nashua-based non-profit focused on keeping children safe, will host its Family Fun Day on Saturday, Oct. 1. 0
A NH man reports that his Comcast and Amazon accounts have been hacked and that someone has applied for a credit card using his name. 1
Nearly 50 people and one guinea pig were evacuated from nearby buildings in downtown Exeter Friday after a crew working on repairs to the String Bridge accidentally struck a natural gas line. 0
Local police are searching for a couple believed to have pulled off a home burglary Friday afternoon. 0
The town of Epping is exploring the possibility of sticking dispensers with plastic bags on Main Street to encourage careless dog owners to clean up their messes. 0
As work continues on the new Sarah Mildred Long Bridge between New Hampshire and Maine, officials are reminding boaters that a portion of the Piscataqua River will be closed to vessels for a week,... 0
A Sandown father who sued the town of Chester after his teenage son suffered a broken neck in a rope swing accident at Wason Pond is now taking his case to the state’s highest court. 1
Prosecutors say they have detailed video footage of a large fight outside a Hampton restaurant in January that led to the indictment of five people on felony riot and assault charges. 1
The Rockingham County Attorney's Office is expected to review the circumstances surrounding a crash in June that killed a Newton mother. 0
A veteran member of the Newmarket force, police Lt. Kyle True will be taking over as the town's new police chief. 1
As more residents struggle with dried up wells, Ellis School in Fremont s facing water woes of its own. 1
The owner of 900 Degrees pizzeria is expanding her business into Portsmouth, which will mark the restaurant company's third location. 0
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