The dead minke whale that didn't quite fit in a small dumpster spent Monday night sitting in the parking lot at Jenness State Beach while waiting for a larger one to arrive Tuesday morning. 0
Police in Dover are warning people about the number of bears in the city. On Tuesday, officials said bears have been seen in the Melody Terrace and Stocklan Circle neighborhoods recently. 0
A local police officer remains out of work after accidentally shooting himself in the leg while training at a firing range last week. 0
A motorcyclist was killed in a crash in Haverhill, Mass., early Tuesday morning after authorities said he failed to stop for a Plaistow police officer when he was seen speeding on Route 125. 0
The owner of Donahue's Fish Market plans to reopen after a devastating weekend fire, but it likely won't happen for several months. 0
The third annual “Under the Vines” Field Day will be held at the University of New Hampshire Woodman Horticultural Research Farm on Sept. 26. 0
The town's request to have a judge appoint two new selectmen is only the second time that a New Hampshire municipality has turned to the court system to fill vacancies after a mass exodus from an... 0
It's the promise of a commodity many consider priceless: peace of mind in your later years. 0
City Manager Michael Joyal said the money is for upgrading the technology used in 18 traffic signals. 0
Just before Labor Day, President Trump declared that he would prevent federal employees from receiving their cost of living raises next year because of the deficit. 0
Kensington's town employees were expected to be paid on time Friday after a judge took the unusual step of appointing two new selectmen following this week's resignations of the entire select board. 0
Officials from Portsmouth Regional Hospital hosted a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of a new freestanding emergency room they are building in Dover on Thursday afternoon. 0
Homeowners living in a Main Street neighborhood have struggled for months with little to no water getting drawn from their wells, and permanent solutions appear to be at least two years out. 0
The University of New Hampshire held its first CEO Forum of the academic year Thursday morning and Trevor Hughes was the keynote speaker. 0
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has released data summarizing the results of recent fish tissue sampling conducted at Berry's Brook. 0
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