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Religious listings Exeter/Hampton area
Sunday service and Bible study at 10 a.m., including age-appropriate care and classes for infants through high school-age children.
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Casino bill's defeat throws budget into flux
As the New Hampshire Senate and House of Representatives kill each other's revenue bills, Hampton area legislators are wondering where the money is going to come from to fund important items in the state's biennium budget.
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Foster's Daily Democrat
Seacoast beaches ready for the start of summer
Photo by Rick Dumont Boar's Head in Hampton is seen in the background as state workers use a front end loader and bulldozer to clear storm-damaged North Beach.
Thu May 23, 2013
Poker Room beating, robbery suspect indicted
A man who allegedly strangled a patron outside the Poker Room in January has been indicted on two charges of second-degree assault and two charges of robbery.
Wed May 22, 2013
Hampton Domino's Pizza robbery suspect indicted
A 28-year-old man has been indicted by a Rockingham Superior Court grand jury on charges of robbing Domino's Pizza on Lafayette Road last year.
Court rules on Aquarion taxes
The town will be able to tax the Aquarion Water Co. in the future for utilities it has under town-owned rights of way, but it's going to have to refund the taxes paid for those properties in 2011 and 2012.
Tue May 21, 2013
N.H. to vote on new RGGI standards
New Hampshire could sign on to new carbon emissions levels through the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, if the full Senate on Thursday passes legislation paving the way.
Family Foot Care joins the chamber
The Hampton Area Chamber welcomed Associated Family Foot Care as a new member with a ribbon cutting at the office of Dr.
Two nabbed in Hampton motel drug raid
Eight Hampton officers raided room 111 of the Route 1 motel around noon Friday and seized "a distribution quantity of heroin," numerous needles, a digital scale and clear plastic bags, as well as $1,700 cash, knives and swords, police said.
North Hampton goes back in time for Town Hall Day
The bell tolled noon on Saturday as town officials in top hats rode an ox-drawn cart to town hall for a re-enactment of the opening of the historic municipal building.
Hampton selectmen seek to contain budget
Selectmen have asked the town manager and finance director to propose a budget that's as close as possible to the default budget, which is already coming in at a more than 5 percent increase over last year.
Kennebunk Savings introduces branch manager for Hampton
Kennebunk Savings is pleased to announce that James M. Carrigan has joined the company as vice president, banking office manager of the bank's newest branch located in Hampton, which opened in May.
Hampton selectmen mull taking ZBA to court
Some selectmen are thinking it would be worthwhile to take the Zoning Board of Adjustment to court to defend the town's 50-foot maximum height ordinance.
Hampton Around the Town
On May 14, the school chorus from Sacred Heart School sang the national anthem at the Fisher Cats game against the Portland Sea Dogs at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium.
Sat May 18, 2013
Creating altered journals from recycled and found materials
What can you make with covers from old, worn out book covers, used sewing patterns, stray playing cards, puzzle pieces and loads of mismatched papers? If you are Debbie Gilbert of the Altered Bee in Bristol, NH, you create beautiful, one of a kind altered journals .
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Two arrested after drug raid at motel
Hampton Police on Friday conducted a drug raid at the Stone Gable Inn on Lafayette Road in Hampton, executing search warrants on two rooms at the inn for drug possession and distribution.
Fri May 17, 2013
New North Hampton Beach bathhouse to open in June
Just seven months after the old bathhouse at the North Hampton State Beach closed its doors forever, a new, updated facility is preparing to open.
Eagle Scout candidate to host spaghetti fundraiser
Hampton Falls Boy Scouts will be hosting a spaghetti dinner fundraiser on Friday, May 17, from 5-7 p.m. at the town's Safety Complex, located at 3 Drinkwater Road in Hampton Falls.
Tue May 14, 2013
Maloney's life celebrated at New Hampshire Night
Members of New Hampshire law enforcement fondly recalled the late Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney at an event that evoked laughter and tears in the nation's capital Tuesday night.
Kites to fly in the face of cancer
Kites of all colors will fill the sky above Hampton Beach on Sunday, May 19 as a sign of hope and support for those affected by cancer during Exeter Hospital's fifth Kites Against Cancer event.