Home » NH Angle

February 03. 2014 10:58AM

Battle over beaches heats up in Rye

Townspeople have grappled with the growing popularity of Rye's beaches and the problems that come with it: congestion, noise, lack of parking, alcohol consumption and disorderly or disruptive behavior. In particular, some residents are concerned that commercial activities like surf camps are taking over the beach.

CLICK TO VIEW THE SOURCE MATERIAL

LATEST NEW HAMPSHIRE ANGLE

An aggregation of NH information by the staff and audience of the New Hampshire Union Leader, The Goffstown News, The Bedford Bulletin, The Hooksett Banner and The Salem Observer. Share a news link or start a discussion.

General News

WMUR pulls conservative group's ad under pressure from Shaheen campaign

The two sides offer dueling accounting for the lawmaker's wealth that is at the center of the new ads' message.

Dartmouth graduate's fraternity tell-all details swimming in urine, eating vomit omelets

In about 300 pages, Lohse describes SAE as fascinating and repulsive, detailing frequent cocaine usage and pledge activities like vomiting competitions.

Strafford deputies to get sensitivity training as to the plight of illegal alliens

'This training will give our staff a better understanding of the reasons people are coming to this country. It is our belief that the training will aid our staff in interacting with the people we are moving for ICE,' Dubois said.

Manchester photographer of nudes trespassed in Hollis home for photo shoots

Jerzyk’s website features a large gallery of her work and photographs police described as artistic. Some of the photos feature houses or old hospitals as backdrops and models posing nude, police said.

Third largest conservation project in NH completed thanks to millions from federal taxpayers

he project cost about $17 million, mostly in federal funds and it took about six years.

Globe: The story behind the Market Basket boycott logo

Scott Manning, 44, a part-time graphic artist from Manchester, N.H., said he has been 'blown away' by the image’s popularity.

Hooksett jet engine plant contributing parts to development of latest Marine Corps heavy-lift copter

GE Aviation has received a $68.5-million contract to build 16 engines for the operational evaluation phase of Sikorsky Aircraft’s CH-53K King Stallion program. The GE38-1B-powered helicopter is the replacement aircraft for the U.S. Marine Corps’ heavy lift fleet.

NH woman allegedly stole $742K, funneled $480K to son's Conway pizzeria

Janis Woods, 65, of Conway, is accused of depositing the checks totaling $742,081 into her personal bank account.

Rye sergeant finds motorcyclist dead in his driveway, police say

A motorcyclist was found dead Saturday morning on Route 202 in Barrington by a member of the Rye Police Department, police said.

Portsmouth mayor calls cancellation of popular outdoor movie night over noise complaint 'childish'

City Manager John Bohenko reached out to festival officials and suggested showing just one movie instead of the double feature that was planned for tonight, because of how late the movies would run, Lister said. So festival officials decided not to show any movies, Lister said.

Peterborough mulls how farmers should be restricted from using their land for tourism

Planning board members are concerned the ordinance was too broad and could open the door to unwanted development.

NHPR Audio: Q&A with U.S. Senate candidate Scott Brown

If you look at what we’re doing right now, the president, through his executive orders, is creating an additional class of people, expanding the definition of refugee, putting them ahead of the almost 4.6 million people that are following the laws, doing the right thing.

Carroll County Commission learns about Jesus-centric treatment center for addiction

OSSIPEE — A representative from a proposed Christ-centered residential drug and alcohol regeneration ministry for men met recently with the Carroll County Commission.

Selectmen will lift ban on fireworks in Gilford

GILFORD — Selectmen last night instructed Town Administrator Scott Dunn to rewrite the town's fireworks ordinance, lifting the ban and restricting their use to certain times.

Local falcon, her handler and her vet ready to attempt a groundbreaking eye surgery

A falconer never wants a bad experience with their bird – no anxiety, no fear, nothing that could disrupt the crucial relationship between human and bird. But a veterinarian who …

Neighbors protest Dublin tree cuts; selectmen apologize

DUBLIN — A private forestry consultant hired by the town will stop cutting down trees on town land near a residential area, at least for now.

'Keep Portsmouth Loud' shirts strong sellers after movie night cancelled

PORTSMOUTH — Within 24 hours of Prescott Park Arts Festival organizers announcing they had canceled tonight's movie night in response to noise complaints, Joe Kelley sold 'at least' 40 T-shirts with the message 'Keep Portsmouth Loud.'

`

 New Hampshire Events Calendar
  

   » SHARE EVENTS FOR PUBLICATION, IT'S FREE!

Arts and Entertainment
Family, Community and Culture
Outdoors, Sports and Recreation

Most Read

Most Comments

Most Shared

Race date for Oxford 250 moved from July to Aug. 30 next year

NH's Groff a highlight for U.S. at ITU World Triathlon Series Grand Final

Newburyport News: Manipulative Pam Smart belongs in prison

Leftwing Concord Monitor recommends Republicans select Lambert over Garcia to face Kuster

Ex-FBI chief's condition remains mystery after crash, 24/7 armed guard due to terror threat

NYT: Unlike Shaheen, Maine's Collins one of the few Senators willing to defy party line to serve constituency