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Six candidates are running for two three-year seats available on the Board of Selectmen, but there is only one candidate for Hampton selectman that we can fully endorse: incumbent Richard Nichols.
Police are investigating a string of burglaries, and one attempted burglary, that occurred at several businesses along Route 1 during the month of February.
My decision to support Rick Stanton's bid to replace Phil Wilson on the North Hampton Select Board is motivated in large part by Mr. Wilson's leadership of the current board in dealing with a matter involving the Little Boar's Head Village District, in which I reside.
Born Dec. 6, 1953, she was the daughter of the late Francis Copeland and Janet Copeland.
Police arrested a man at a Hampton Beach apartment on drug and assault charges Sunday after he reportedly beat a woman during an early morning dispute.
A fledgling artist at Winnacunnet High School received a record nine Scholastic Art Awards for his jewelry earlier this month.
Behaylu Barry, 12, seen here with his dog, Yoshi, at his Stratham home, is in need of a bone marrow transplant after being diagnosed with severe aplastic anemia last month.
Media are distorting Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state by fixating on her attempt to reset the U.S. relationship with Russian in order to make Russia's invasion of Crimea a political issue in the 2016 presidential election.
Several city establishments will be honored at the New Hampshire Business Review's seventh annual "Best of Business Awards" reception Thursday.
The Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce officially welcomed Smuttynose Brewing to town Friday night by honoring the company with its Faith in the Future award.
The North Hampton Business Association is preparing to host a Candidates Night 2014 event.
In the wake of Andrea Shepard's candidacy for Hampton School Board, a number of rumors have surfaced that the former Hampton Academy assistant principal may be running to seek some sort of retaliation against the individuals who placed her on administrative leave last year.
Fred Schaake Sr. has spent the majority of his life working toward the betterment of Hampton Beach - from reinvigorating the Casino property to bringing in the first-ever seasonal McDonalds to town - and on Friday he was honored for that dedication by his fellow business men and women.