A member of the U.S. Coast Guard stationed at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard suffered serious injuries early Friday morning when he was struck by a van on Route 4 near Arthur Grant Circle. 0
Retired Army Staff Sgt. Travis Mills lost portions of both arms and legs when an improvised explosive device blew up, but he refuses to feel sorry for himself. 5
Federal environmental officials have determined that continued groundwater monitoring is needed for the Coakley Landfill Superfund site in Greenland and North Hampton. 1
A United States District Court judge has approved the city of Portsmouth's planned construction schedule for its upgraded wastewater treatment plant. 0
The High Holy Days in Judaism begin at sundown Sunday with Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year which commemorates the world's creation. 0
Libertarian Party presidential nominee Gary Johnson and his running mate Bill Weld were at the University of New Hampshire’s Huddleston Hall Wednesday night for a live airing of... 16
A Newmarket man and his friend are being sued by the Vermont Attorney General's Office over allegations they misrepresented a fundraising campaign to buy a digital projector to keep a drive-in movie... 4
PORTSMOUTH – Directors taking part in this year’s New Hampshire Film Festival are offering audiences a chance to see a variety of movies, all created with heart. 0
Children and adults are invited to a Blessing of the Animals service at Christ Episcopal Church on Sunday, Oct. 2. 0
The Community Stories: Soldiers Home and Away project is in progress with dozens of free programs at public libraries in Atkinson, Chester, Danville, Hampstead, Hudson, Newton, Plaistow, Salem and... 0
The hunt is on for a stubborn black sheep that's still on the lam after escaping from a local farm more than two weeks ago. 1
A Seabrook man is suing The Hershey Company, claiming his sweet vacation in the Cayman Islands was ruined when he broke his teeth while eating a Hershey chocolate candy with almonds. 1
The city of Portsmouth has been sent a notice of intent to file suit under the Clean Water Act. 1
A Maine police department has refused to turn over records that defense lawyers say could assist in the defense of a Newmarket man accused of sexually assaulting a 21-year-old developmentally... 1
Portsmouth's Street: World street food with a side of hip 0
As foliage season approaches and the weather gets crisp, we are finding some fun outdoor harvest festivities and traditional fall events for the whole family to enjoy. And some 'Date Night' events...
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