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1 hr ago | Foster's Daily Democrat
5 hrs ago | SeacoastOnline
An extremely rare marine creature has been creating quite a buzz around Hampton Beach since a local fisherman pulled it from the mouth of Hampton Harbor last week.
10 hrs ago | SeacoastOnline
My campaign for state Senate began six weeks ago, and already I have personally knocked on the doors of nearly 1,000 people in Seabrook, North Hampton, Greenland, New Castle, Hampton, Newton, Kensington, Stratham, Hampton Falls, South Hampton and Rye.
14 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat
North Hampton police responded to an assault and attempted credit card fraud at the N.H. Liquor Store on Lafayette Road at approximately 4:05 p.m. Thursday.
18 hrs ago | SeacoastOnline
The Planning Board may be in the final stages of its search for a new town planner after holding interviews with three candidates Tuesday afternoon.
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For over 30 years, Adhesive Technologies, Inc. has been the world leader in hot melt adhesives and glue guns for the Craft, Industrial, DIY, OEM and Export markets.
It celebrates its 20th year in style, with a beautiful new farmhouse brewery that opened this summer at historic Towle Farm in Hampton, a hot new beer called Bouncy House IPA and even a new beer-centric restaurant slated to open next to the brewery this autumn.
In this July 29, 2014 photo, Ellen Goethel, a marine biologist and owner of Explore the Ocean World Oceanarium in Hampton, N.H., holds a calico lobster.
A Hampton man caught a rare calico lobster near Hampton Beach last week. Now the crustacean, caught on Wednesday, July 23, is alive and well at an educational aquarium in Hampton.
Managers at local Market Basket stores say business is down 80 to 90 percent since customers began boycotting the stores to protest the firing of company president Arthur T. Demoulas.
This past fiscal year was a record-setting year for New Hampshire's liquor stores, as the state's stores pulled in an all-time high of $626 million in gross sales, according to newly released numbers.
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