EXETER - An Exeter High School teacher has been placed on paid administrative leave as police investigate allegations of sexual assault against a female student, Police Chief Richard Kane confirmed Friday.READER COMMENTS: 1
KITTERY, Maine — About 1,300 of the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard's 6,000 employees will not be excused from furloughs, union officials learned Thursday.READER COMMENTS: 0
On Sunday, May 19, the public is invited to join members of Hampstead Congregational Church and seven area congregations in an outreach of hands and feet to address hunger in New Hampshire and around the world.READER COMMENTS: 0
The Seacoast Science Center is offering free admission for active duty military personnel, veterans and their families.READER COMMENTS: 44
The feral cats living at the town's recycling center will soon be on their own for food, water, and shelter.READER COMMENTS: 1
There will be lights on the Memorial Bridge when the project is completed this summer.READER COMMENTS: 0
Officers acted quickly to save lives when drug task force agents came under fire outside the home of Cullen Mutrie on the night of April 12, 2012.READER COMMENTS: 28
DURHAM — Americans for Prosperity-New Hampshire has taken issue with an April conference hosted by students at the University of New Hampshire that focused on sex workers' rights.
Two Massachusetts men were arrested Friday on charges they had drugs, cash and weapons at a hotel.
PLAISTOW - A man suffered serious burns to his hands and feet after a two-alarm fire destroyed his home early this morning.
The Kmart store on Woodbury Avenue, which opened in 1978, will close in August, the company said this week.
The town's finance department moved back into the old Exeter Town Hall on Wednesday after a lightning strike caused a fire earlier this month.
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