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Winnacunnet High School principal's report
On behalf of the students, faculty, staff, and administration, I am pleased to present a snapshot of Winnacunnet High School, a summary of the progress and accomplishments achieved by our students, faculty and staff, and future opportunities and initiatives.
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Let your voice be heard, get out and vote
We say it every year but it's worth repeating: Get out and vote today and let your voice be heard.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Pilot safe after crash landing on Alton ice runway
Paul Larochelle, Alton Bay Airport manager, left, stands with Kim Brown, 66, a pilot and aviation enthusiast from Hampton Falls, as Chris Clayton of Emerson Aviation in Gilford inspects the plane Brown crashed on the ice runway after his wing hit a snowbank on landing Saturday morning.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Elderly resident seeking charges for alleged altercation
An elderly resident is seeking criminal charges against the husband of the School Board chairwoman, alleging that the man forcefully "shoved" the resident's surgically reconstructed right shoulder as part of what the resident believes is an effort to intimidate him into easing up on his public opposition to a big warrant article.
Why voters should vote 'yes' on WHS ballot
Winnacunnet High School continues to not only be a place that unites the people of Hampton, Hampton Falls, North Hampton and Seabrook but it remains an asset to the community we can all be proud of.
Smith makes case for Hampton Falls selectman
I am a husband, father, former Navy aviation officer, and financial representative for Northwestern Mutual Life.
Keep rural character of Hampton Falls, vote no on 2
I'm voting no on Article 2 of the Hampton Falls town ballot on March 11, 2014. Among the proposed Hampton Falls Planning Board re-zoning changes, a brewery or distillery would be permitted in close proximity to the Lincoln Akerman School! Looking back, the HFPB met numerous times to explore changing the town's business district to increase revenue ... (more)
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Suppliers running out of wood pellets
TIME JOB. SOME STORES DON'T HAVE THEM AND ARE NOT SURE WHEN THEY WILL GET THEM IN, AND AS A RESULT, THOSE WITH CITY SUPPLIES ARE SELLING OUT QUICKLY.
Vote no on ending commercial trash pick-up
Voters in Hampton, Hampton Falls, North Hampton, and Seabrook will be heading to the polls on March 11. Not only will they be deciding who they want to represent them but also the fate of number of warrant articles including a few big ticket items that will impact your wallet.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Graham endorses Santora to fill his selectman seat
As I complete my term as a member of the Board of Selectmen for Hampton Falls, I wish to heartily endorse Todd Santora as the candidate to fill my seat.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
David R. Stanley
David R. Stanley, 63, of Exeter, died peacefully, surrounded by his loved ones Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014, at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point, Hudson, Fla.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Around the Town
Let's face it: This winter is getting old and long. Why not fight back with some good food, fun with your friends and neighbors, and a chance to get some great bargains.
Time to move forward with LAS renovation/ addition project
I am a long time resident of Hampton Falls whose son graduated from Lincoln Akerman over a decade ago.
Food Fight Over Gun Laws in New Hampshire
On Feb. 12, Hampton Falls Democratic Rep. Elaine Andrews-Ahearn's bill to close the gun show background check loophole was effectively killed through a series of parliamentary procedures orchestrated by Dunbarton Republican J.R. Hoell.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Lincoln Akerman project deserves public support
Sustaining a sense of community is hard enough for small towns in an era of two working parents, single heads of household, and more and more of our communicative activities being conducted online.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Hampton Falls School Board's $6.4M addition on the table
Supporters of the School Board's $6.4 million proposal for building renovations and a new gym had their way at the school district deliberative session Thursday night, voting to effectively zero out two competing articles that opposed building a new gym.
Volunteer Fire Department still going strong
Surrounded by four towns with full-time fire departments, Hampton Falls' uniqueness lies in the fact that the town depends on the services of 38 firefighters who volunteer their time and effort to get the job done for the town's 2,000 residents.
Two vie for one Hampton Falls selectman seat
In one of only two contested races this year at the March 11 election, two candidates have thrown their hats in the ring to fill the seat being vacated by Selectman Chuck Graham, who has decided not to run for reelection.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Hampton makes way for the ducks
As Hampton's ducks are reportedly getting hit by cars on a regular basis, Town Manager Fred Welch has directed the Department of Public Works to place signs in two places to alert drivers.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
BlizzBike race benefits fire department
Bicycle racing enthusiasts, there is no need to wait until spring to pump up those tires.