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A local gym is looking to raise money for the family of Ed Pease - a special education teacher at the Cooperative Middle School who passed away unexpectedly on Jan. 25 - and two of Pease's favorite charities.
Mary Mercurio has seen the basement of the Long Block Building flood twice since she began working at Sharon Rondeau's law office in 2005.
Article 6: $5,000,000 for the engineering design of a wastewater treatment plant, main pump station, and combined sewer overflow abatement upgrades.
A recount in the race for Exeter selectman will be held on March 21. Matt Quandt requested the recount after he lost his reelection bid Tuesday in a close vote with Anne Surman.
Running late? Don't blame the clock. Although many bemoan the fact that there are fewer and fewer public clocks , there are probably more ways to find the time today than ever before in human history.
Saucier was released on $1,500 personal recognizance bail. 11:05 p.m. - Chester Robbins, 60, of Raymond, was arrested on a charge of theft by deception.
Skip Heal didn't support a $1.2 million proposal to build a new Kensington police station with an emergency management office and town offices because he didn't like the plan.
Voters at town meetings across New Hampshire approved resolutions urging state lawmakers to join a nationwide effort to overturn Citizens United , the U.S. Supreme Court decision that struck down limits on political spending by corporations, labor unions and special interest groups.
We invited Dr. John D. Mayer on the show to tell us about Personal Intelligence.
These events are free and open to the public. Some offer limited seating and all require registration by calling Maple Suites at 742-8820.
Selectmen voted Monday night to hire Municipal Resources Inc. to provide basic assessing services for the town following the resignation of former town assessor John DeVittori.
With the unofficial withdrawal of Christina Hardy last week, Exeter voters essentially have four choices for two-seats on the Exeter Board of Selectmen.
Voters will weigh in on a number of important and contentious warrant articles, including whether to remove the Great Dam that sits on the Exeter River in the heart of the downtown and whether to allow town officials to negotiate a lease with the Great Bay Kids Company to build a new facility on town-own land.