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Jeanette M. Morrissette, 103, longtime resident of Exeter, died Sunday, July 20, 2014, at the Rockingham County Nursing Home in Brentwood.
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7 hrs ago | SeacoastOnline
Police say the arrest stems from an ongoing investigation into several burglaries that occurred during the night of June 18-19.
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Nappi was released on $2,500 personal recognizance bail. 8:31 p.m. - A.R. Morrow Phillips, 49, of Exeter, was arrested on a charge of driving while intoxicated, open container.
13 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat
Rev. Steve Magee will deliver a sermon from Genesis 6:9-7:24 on Sunday, Aug. 3 at Exeter Presbyterian Church, 73 Winter St in Exeter.
16 hrs ago | SeacoastOnline
Abraham Lincoln's visit to Exeter in 1860 was an important chapter in the town's history and is now commemorated on a marker in front of the old Town Hall.
21 hrs ago | SeacoastOnline
Staffing Sense, a leader in the staffing industry since 2001, has relocated its office from Stratham to 11 Court St., Suite 210, in downtown Exeter.
21 hrs ago | SeacoastOnline
Lithuanians immigrating to the United States carried Russian passports, like this passport of Petronella Benitis, great-grandmother of the author.
A pair accused of stealing equipment from a stolen work van and then ditching the vehicle in a parking lot at Exeter Hospital has been indicted on theft charges.
An Exeter man accused of robbing two Portsmouth stores at knife point is also suspected of holding up an Xtra Mart in Exeter in June.
Winham was one of nearly 50 people who applied for the job that was created to help promote business and was included in the new town budget approved by voters in March.
Town officials are getting their first look at preliminary findings from a study exploring regional wastewater treatment options and all carry a hefty multimillion dollar price tag.
Christ Church Exeter has received $7,000 from The Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire's Millennium Development Goals Grant Fund to support a partnership between Christ Church and The Episcopal Diocese of Cuba, to aid in efforts to provide water filtration systems in that country.
When I learned that Skip Berrien of Exeter had decided to make a run for the N.H. Legislature in the Sept.
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This morning, EPA Regional Administrator Curt Spalding hosted an event in Manchester to discuss environmental priorities for the region and the impact this will have on New Hampshire residents and businesses alike.
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