6 hrs ago
Man at center of Seabrook brutality case convicted of burglary
Officer Mark Richardson is the officer seen escorting Michael J. Bergeron Jr. down a hallway while he was being booked after his arrest on Nov. 11, 2009.
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23 hrs ago
Marilyn B. Fitzgibbon
Marilyn B. Fitzgibbon, 82, of Hampton, formerly of Braintree, Mass., died with her loving family by her side on Saturday, April 19, 2014, at Exeter Hospital after a brief illness.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Galley Hatch founder Tinios remembered
Tinios did all she could to ensure the Galley Hatch was highly successful and profitable after she and her husband, Michael, opened it in 1970, but loved ones and regulars said she tried even harder to make sure all of her customers knew how much she cared for them and appreciated them.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Hampton police log: March 10-16
4:45 p.m. - Arrested Lyndsay Phelan, 28, of Hudson, Mass., on a charge of driving after revocation or suspension.
Annual Easter Egg Hunt today on Swasey Parkway
Some local kids and their moms visited Swasey Parkway in Exeter last week for a photo opportunity with their bunny ears.
Red-listed Taylor River Bridge to be replaced
A project to replace the Taylor River Bridge under I-95 will start in 2015 and has a tentative completion date of 2018, according to state Department of Transportation Highway Design Project Manager Peter Stamnas.
Armed robbery suspect pleads for time with son
An armed robbery and assault suspect's bail was amended Wednesday morning after an emotional probable cause hearing in which the man pleaded to the court for a chance to support his family despite the felony charges against him.
Hess gets trial Nov. 17 date in fatal Hampton crash
A trial date was set in the negligent homicide case of unlicensed driver Darriean Hess on the same day the state Senate unanimously passed a change to the state's driving law that was prompted by her case.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
N.H. Senate upholds death penalty
Manchester police officers Nick Willard, left, and Chief Dave Mara, stand next to state Rep. Renny Cushing in the gallery as the state Senate debates a bill to repeal the state's death sentence Thursday April 17, 2014 at the Statehouse in Concord, N.H. Lawmakers voted 12-12, and the tie means that the death penalty will stay on the books.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Wild winds wreak havoc throughout Seacoast
Strong wind gusts toppled a number of trees and branches throughout the Seacoast area Tuesday afternoon, causing power outages in several towns as well as damage to a two-story home.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Thumbs up to Hampton police, Easter Egg Dig
Detective Alex Reno was promoted to sergeant during a special ceremony at the start of last week's selectmen meeting, which also featured a ceremony to present each of the department's supervising officers with an Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve "Patriot Award."
Aquarion offers discounted rain barrels
Aquarion Water Co. is selling discounted recycled rain barrels to its New Hampshire customers as part of its ongoing water conservation efforts.
Hampton selectmen save Recycling Committee
The town's Recycling Committee won't be sunsetted after all thanks to a vote by selectmen last week, although the focus of the group has been refocused to ensure its members don't overstep their roles.
Hess back in court for fatal crash case
An unlicensed teen driver accused of causing a crash that killed two bicyclists and injured two others is due back in court this week as the state prepares to bring the case to trial.
North Hampton selectmen want to know why town complex was voted down
The Select Board is attempting to determine what went wrong at the March Town Meeting concerning Article 7, which called for the bonding of $5.7 million for the reconstruction of the municipal complex on Atlantic Avenue.
Owner of Top Shelf Brews looks to sell Hampton beer store
The owner of a popular Route 1 business has announced plans to close her store by June 1 if she isn't able to find a buyer that will carry forward the shop's legacy.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Winnacunnet HS board looks for a fresh start
Winnacunnet School Board members see this spring as a chance for a fresh start as officials work to correct "significant" communication issues that accreditors found during a review last year, which were "severely and negatively" impacting educational progress.
New Hampshire Roll Call
House Bill 1105, "relative to aid to school districts for costs of special education," would have affected the amount of funding for special education programming.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Kids comb beach in search of golden eggs
Nolan Durant, 4, of North Hampton was beside himself with excitement at finding one of the six golden eggs at the 14th annual Easter Egg Dig on Hampton Beach Saturday morning.