Friday Apr 11
Glenn C. Stewart
He was born Dec. 24, 1922, in Exeter, a son of the late Earl H. and Ethelind Stewart.
UNH alum Mike O'Malley gives support to theater students
NEXT GENERATION: The John C. Edwards Undergraduate Prize Plays competition honors outstanding work in playwrighting, as well as directing, stage management and design, and gives undergraduate students at the University of New Hampshire in Durham a shot at having their original works performed on stage.
Firearms safety course in East Kingston
The East Kingston Police Association will be sponsoring a Youth Firearms Safety Course on Saturday from 1 to 2:30 p.m. This approximately 90 minute course presented by the instructors of MAC Tactical LLC is designed for youths aged 6 to 16 and will cover the basic firearms safety fundamentals and instruct how to properly behave around firearms both ... (more)
Congratulations to Pet Selfie Contest winners
A dog, a cat and a donkey rose to the top in Seacoastonline.com's Pet Selfie Photo Contest.
Spring blooms at Home and Garden Show
A winter-weary crowd flocked to the Whittemore Center Arena Saturday to catch a glimpse of the promise of flowers and warmer days.
East Kingston teachers thank voters
The teachers of East Kingston Elementary School would like to express our sincere gratitude to the community of East Kingston for their support on this year's school budget and teacher contract.
NH soldiers share family bond a " and Purple Hearts
Former New Hampshire resident John Morse received his Purple Heart during a ceremony last week in Tennessee, 40 years after he earned it in Vietnam.