Salem Selectman Stephen Campbell plans to contest the town's effort to remove him from elected office for allegedly revealing confidential information about a former police department employee. 0
Officials have identified the person killed in a fiery crash on Ocean Road in Greenland last Friday night. 0
Police in Seabrook are looking for a man who exposed himself to a 14-year-old girl at a pizza shop. 0
Wentworth-Douglass Hospital is being acquired by Massachusetts General Hospital, but will keep its name and remain an independently licensed, not-for-profit, charitable health care organization. 0
The table, which includes an illuminated top with adjustable LED lights, was first reported by UNH's student newspaper, The New Hampshire. 49
Two students in the equine program at Dover High School and Regional Career Technical Center spoke before the city council on Wednesday night, protesting the decision to let go of one of their... 0
A 52-year-old Exeter man was sentenced to three to six years in state prison for sexually assaulting a teenage girl in Stratham. 1
Black ice early Wednesday morning caused several accidents on the Sarah Long Bridge, closing it to traffic for about half hour. 1
A judge is being asked to reject a bid by the Portsmouth School District to carve it out of a civil lawsuit alleging that it failed to protect a student from being sexually assaulted by a former... 0
A federal judge has decided that Amazon.com Inc. is liable for billing parents for in-app purchases that their children made without permission. 0
Sen. Ayotte’s refusal to grant Garland an up-or-down vote demonstrates her preference for politics over principle. 0
The Clean Power Plan is essential to curtailing climate change, but Republican lawmakers are stopping it in its tracks by clogging up the Supreme Court nomination process. 0
The Seacoast Repertory Theatre in Portsmouth hosted a screening of “Purple Rain” Wednesday night. 0
The Woman's Service Club of Windham is accepting donations for its annual baby and toddler shower, which benefits Our Place, a division of Catholic Charities in Manchester. 0
The town will observe Memorial Day on May 30 with a parade and service directed by Lt. Col. Kevin Major. 0
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