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. 0
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
Phillips Exeter Academy officials are defending the handling of their own independent investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct after they were criticized for delays in contacting alleged... 6
A Seabrook man was sentenced 7½ to 15 years in state prison on Monday after admitting to sexually assaulting a young girl. 4
Engineers working on the new Sarah Mildred Long Bridge between New Hampshire and Maine plan to start testing systems today that will remove the old bridge's center lift span. 0
Police have arrested a Dover man they say sexually assaulted a 12-year-old-boy. 3
The Sandown Historical Society is hoping to get its fundraising campaign on track to save an old train car before it's too late. 1
A researcher at the University of New Hampshire hopes to increase local food production through an integrated land-based aquaculture and hydroponic plant production system. 0
Students at the University of New Hampshire are still talking about the $4 million gift a frugal librarian left to the school when he died last year. 4
DURHAM - People in Durham are concerned after someone noticed a poster soliciting young women for the website sugardaddyforme.com on a downtown bulletin board last week. 3
"One of the tricks with this generation is they really want to feel appreciated," said Steve Gabriel of 36Creative in Salem. 0
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