5 hrs ago
Foster's Daily Democrat
American Independence Festival deemed big success
At the recently held American Independence Festival, more than 1,000 people visited the grounds of the American Independence Museum, while an estimated several thousand more attended events that took place on adjoining Swasey Parkway.
9 hrs ago
Reps. Briden and Heffron merit second term
We would like to thank the people of Exeter for electing us to the New Hampshire House of Representatives.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Helping of gratitude fills day in Holderness
Among the veterans who arrived on motorcycle for the Thank a Vet BBQ in Holderness were, from left, Zeany Morrison and Paul Mason of the Nam Knights of America Motorcycle Club, which is made up of former military law enforcement veterans, and "King Sol" of the U.S. Marines Leathernecks Motorcycle Club.
Exeter man sent explicit photo to minor, police allege
Police have charged an Exeter man with sending a sexually explicit photograph to a minor.
Exeter officials apologize for brown water
Discolored water with a brown appearance caught many town water users by surprise last weekend and led to a flood of complaints.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Trees, power lines felled by storm in Exeter
Linda MacNeill, 65, was watching TV in her home at 187B Front St. around 6:30 p.m. when a large tree toppled across her driveway and crashed against her house.
Briden is committed to his constituents
Briden grew up in Exeter, has married and chosen to stay here; he graduated from UNH and is currently serving the state while attending law school.
Exeter filmmaker capturing the family feud
It's a project he's been working on for a while, but it's been getting more attention ever since employees of the successful New England grocery store chain began their massive protest on July 18 when workers at headquarters walked off the job.
New Exeter ladder truck unveiled
Firefighters, community members, and town officials gathered at the Exeter Fire Station on Friday to commission the town's new ladder truck, while also saying farewell to the old ladder truck that served the town for 20 years.
New district not imminent in Exeter
Developers are keeping a close eye on the possibility of creating a new historic district in the area of Bow, Franklin and South streets, but the head of the town's Heritage Commission insists there's no district planned at the moment.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Granite State Arts Academy charter school to open
After years of planning and a lot of patience, local residents who pushed to create a new public-chartered high school will soon realize the fruits of their labor.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Dangers of a stroll in downtown Exeter
She said she's tripped on the sidewalk on at least a few occasions just outside Serendipity Boutique, the shop at 24 Water St. where she works.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
A homecoming for Old Crow Medicine Show
As a student at Phillips Exeter Academy, Ketch Secor wanted to run "from the cold up in New England," as he wrote in his hit song "Wagon Wheel."
Religious listings Exeter/Hampton area
Doors open at 11:30 a.m. Group requires no membership or dues, however, there is a $19 fee for the luncheon and program.
Exeter man charged with burglarizing homes
Police say the arrest stems from an ongoing investigation into several burglaries that occurred during the night of June 18-19.
Exeter rallies behind bakery after robbery
Just days after a robber held up St. Anthony's Bakery in downtown Exeter, a steady stream of about 40 customers arrived just after 9:30 a.m. as part of a surprise "cash mob."
Christ Church of Exeter receives $7,000 grant
The Christ Church of 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.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Foster's Daily Democrat
Patrick-Baudet director of hospice at Cornerstone VNA
Julie Reynolds, CEO of Cornerstone VNA, is pleased to announce Andrea Patrick-Baudet RN, CHPN, CHPCA as director of the Hospice Program.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
DuBois pens newest Lewis Cole book
For the past two decades, Exeter author Brendan DuBois has been telling the stories of the Lewis Cole mystery series.
Jeanette M. Morrissette
Jeanette M. Morrissette, 103, longtime resident of Exeter, died Sunday, July 20, 2014, at the Rockingham County Nursing Home in Brentwood.