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U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H.,met with employees of Novocure, which produces a medical device which treats brain cancer, on Wednesday afternoon in Portsmouth to hear how the company has been affected by the Medical Device Tax.

Cost of Affordable Care Act can slow growth, startup says

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A Seacoast company that has brought a treatment for brain cancer to market told Sen. Kelly...

Shaheen touts land conservation fund

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As part of an ongoing effort to convince federal officials to continue the mechanism to conserve...

TERIE NORELLI

NH House Speaker Norelli won’t seek reelection

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Describing her tenure as one of “decorum, respect and transparency,” House Speaker...

Timberlane school board debates minutes procedure

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The approval of previous meeting minutes is usually a formality for most local boards and...

Plaistow looks at driver education options

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Students looking to take driver education at Timberlane Regional High School next year could have a...

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Exhibitions featuring the work of emerging artists are on view at the Museum of Art, in the Paul Creative Arts Center at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, through Friday, May 16. The showings feature work by senior bachelor of arts and bachelor of fine arts degree students and masters of fine arts thesis candidates, and includes drawings, ceramics, sculptures, paintings, photography and printmaking. Shown here is “Blue Popppies” by Lauren Karjala of Chester and “Bird Brain” by Alexander Leith of Portsmouth. and Sean Ware of Lexington, Ky., created “Ridgetop.”

Emerging artists on display at Paul Creative Arts Center

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Exhibitions featuring the work of emerging artists are on view at the Museum of Art, in the Paul...

AT WORK: Ann Tolson's recent painting projects found her revisting a creative approach she employed earlier in her career.

93-year-old artist Ann Tolson continues artistic evolution

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Art may not have played a role in her childhood or early adult years, but it certainly has meant...

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State Parks

North Hampton State Beach

Ocean swimming, metered parking, parking along highway, lifeguards, restrooms. Great family beach with an oceanfront setting.

North Beach

North Beach is a great family location with an Atlantic ocean-front setting - its sandy beach is ideal for swimming and...

Hampton State Beach

Hampton Beach State Park provides year-round recreation, with Atlantic ocean-front facilities situated along miles of sandy...

Rye Harbor State Park

Rye Harbor State Park affords scenic views of the Atlantic Ocean and Rye Harbor, also called Ragged Neck. Favorite activities...

Odiorne Point State Park

Odiorne Point is open daily year-round. Picnickers can enjoy sweeping views of the ocean and rocky shore, and explorers can...

Kingston State Park

Kingston State Park is only 14 miles from the New Hampshire seacoast and is close to many attractions such as Canobie Lake Park,...

Attractions

Explore the Ocean World, LLC Explore the Ocean World, LLC

Explore the Ocean World is an Oceanarium located at Hampton Beach.

Blue Ocean Discovery Center Touch Tank Blue Ocean Discovery Center

A touch-tank and learning center at Hampton Beach

Isle of Shoals

Come aboard the Heritage for an intimate and unparalleled look at the seacoast's most picturesque waterways.

New Hampshire Farm Museum

Tour the historic Jones farmhouse and learn about three centuries of rural life in New Hampshire.

Portsmouth Harbor Cruises

Come aboard the Heritage for an intimate and unparalleled look at the seacoast's most picturesque waterways.

Portsmouth Museum of Art

The Portsmouth Museum of Art is a community-centered museum presenting the work of emerging and established artists - local,...

Prescott Park

Located along the Piscataqua River and across from the Strawbery Banke Museum, Prescott Park is a popular waterfront park...

Redhook Brewery

In 1996, Redhook commissioned its third brewery in Portsmouth.

Sandy Point Discovery Center

Self-guided nature trail provides an opportunity to walk through the salt marsh, view exhibits about Great Bay, its history and...

Seacoast African American Cultural Center

The Seacoast African American Cultural Center celebrates the lives and achievements of black people emphasizing the unique story...

Seacoast Science Center at Odiorne Point

On the last undeveloped stretch of New Hampshire coastline.

Strawbery Banke Museum

Strawbery Banke Museum provides visitors with the opportunity to experience and imagine how people lived throughout four...

The Woodman Institute Museum and the William Damm Garrison

Dedicated to the preservation of natural science, art/furniture and local history, the Woodman is often called a "museum's...

Tuck Museum

This summer, explore Hampton's history at Tuck Museum, located on Historical Meeting House Green (founded in 1638), 40 Park...

Tug Alley Too

Join TUG ALLEY TOO, its Captain and crew for a customized tour of the Piscataqua River. Now, you and your friends and colleagues...

Urban Forestry Center

A forestry education facility open to the general public. Has an extensive trail system, tree identification, salt marsh habitat...

Water Country

Water Country is the largest waterpark in New England.

Wentworth by the Sea

Poised high atop a bluff overlooking the ocean and river below, the historic Wentworth by the Sea hotel once again offers its...

Portsmouth Harbor Trail

Buy the map and take a self-guided tour of historic Portsmouth.

Gundalow Company

A gundalow is a shallow drafted type of cargo ship, once common in the Gulf of Maine's rivers and estuaries, that reached it's...

Fuller Gardens

An estate garden of the early 20th century featuring over 2,000 rosebushes, a Japanese Garden, a conservatory, perennial borders...

Children's Museum of New Hampshire

Explore the fascinating phenomena of reflection and symmetry in the museum's one-of-a-kind Kaleidoscopic exhibit.

Blue Ocean Society Touch Tank

The mission of the Blue Ocean Society is to inspire passion in people to conserve the marine environment, through education and...

American Independence Museum

Learn about New Hampshire's role in the American Revolution.

U.S.S. Albacore

Albacore Park is the site of a world-famous submarine, the Portsmouth-built USS Albacore, and of a memorial garden honoring those...

Granite State Whale Watch

The ship serves as a research, touring and whale watch vessel.

Historic Markers

John Brown Family - Gunsmiths

Marker Number: 156

John Langdon - Portsmouth, New Hampshire John Langdon

Marker Number: 127

Major General John Sullivan - Durham, New Hampshire Major General John Sullivan

Marker Number: 89

Mast Tree Riot of 1734

Marker Number: 142

Meeting House and Hearse House

Marker Number: 167

Newington, New Hampshire Newington

Marker Number: 151

North Cemetery - Portsmouth, New Hampshire North Cemetery

Marker Number: 114

Odiorne Point - Rye, New Hampshire Odiorne Point

Marker Number: 78

George Washington's Visit - Ashland, New Hampshire George Washington's Visit

Marker Number: 57

Dr. Jeremy Belknap (1744-1798) - Dover, New Hampshire Dr. Jeremy Belknap

Marker Number: 51

Civil War Riot of 1861

Marker Number: 170

Old Landing Road

Marker Number: 119

The Old Meeting House - Sandown, New Hampshire Old Meeting House

Marker Number: 26

Oyster River Massacre

Marker Number: 50

Portsmouth Plains

Marker Number: 75

Charles Cogswell Doe

Marker Number: 88

Brigadier General Enoch Poor - Exeter, New Hampshire Brigadier General Enoch Poor

Marker Number: 131

Breakfast Hill

Marker Number: 62

Bound Rock

Marker Number: 120

Shapley Line

Marker Number: 103

Spaulding & Frost Cooperage

Marker Number: 157

Huntley N. Spaulding - Rochester, New Hampshire The Spaulding Brothers

Marker Number: 42

Weeks House - Greenland, NH Weeks House

Marker Number: 113

William and Mary Raids - New Castle, NH William and Mary Raids

Marker Number: 4

Fort Stark

Fort Stark State Historic Site is located on a peninsula historically called Jerry's Point on the southeast corner of New Castle...

Fort Constitution

Fort Constitution State Historic Site is located on a peninsula on the northeast corner of New Castle Island.

First Public School - Hampton, New Hampshire First Public School in NH

Marker Number: 28

Hilton's Point

Marker Number: 92

Exeter Town House - Exeter, New Hampshire Exeter Town House

Marker Number: 97

Josiah Bartlett - Kingston, New Hampshire Josiah Bartlett

Marker Number: 46

Revolutionary Capital

Marker Number: 32

Covered Bridges

Cochecho River Footbridge

Built in 1996, this relatively new bridge allows hikers to cross the Cochecho River on their way around the Cochecho River Walk...

Waterfalls

Although there is plenty of water, there are no waterfalls in the Seacoast Region!

Forests

Seacoast Region

These forests are a short drive from several state parks, beaches and the Great Bay estuary, nearby are the University of New...

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Press Releases

The Standells announce 2014 spring tour dates - to play the Brick House in Dover May 7

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The Standells are excited to announce the kick-off of their much-anticipated Tour spanning 18 cities across The United States.

Free Fly-fishing course offered May 3-4 in Greenland NH

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CONCORD, N.H. -- An upcoming two-day workshop in Greenland offers beginners a chance to learn about the timeless sport of fly-fishing.

Gavin DeGraw & Matt Nathanson

0 Gavin Degraw and Matt Nathanson announce summer show at the Ballroom