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Russian national indicted over phony debit, credit cards
Alekski Shushliannikov was indicted on a single count of attempted theft by unauthorized taking in connection with his Feb. 21 arrest by Hampton police.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Hampton man indicted for distributing child porn
Corey Ferland, of Cogger Street, allegedly sent images of a minor engaged in sexual acts to three different people using the computer messaging program on Feb. 5, indictments say.
Winnacunnet Class of 2013 top-ranking students
Winnacunnet High School Class of 2013 top-ranking students include, from left, Carine Wong, Chris Reilly, Alexa Pelletier, Mike Karpel, Heather Laroche, Alex Howard, Hannah Gasperoni, Andrew Hamel and Carleen Wong.
NH on its way to legalizing medical marijuana for seriously ill patients
New Hampshire House and Senate negotiators reached agreement Tuesday on legislation legalizing the use of marijuana for seriously ill patients.
Senior notes Exeter-Hampton area
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Crimeline pays reward to tipsters in bank heist, robbery
Cash rewards were paid to tipsters that helped lead to the arrest and indictment of Brian Lisio, the man suspected of brutally beating and robbing a patron of the Hampton Falls Poker Room on Jan. 31, and the suspected robber of the Provident Bank in Seabrook and Hampton and the TD Bank in Hampton, as well as the alleged getaway driver.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Man sent explicit photos of teen ex-girlfriend to her father, police say
A 20-year-old Hampton man has been indicted on a number of child-porn related charges stemming from an incident in which he allegedly sent sexually explicit photos of his then 17-year-old ex-girlfriend to her father, her ex-boyfriends and one of his friends.
Man burned in North Hampton camper fire
Fire officials investigate at the scene of a camper fire at the Shel-Al campground in North Hampton this morning.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Foster's Daily Democrat
Motorcyclist charged in NH with driving 150 mph
New Hampshire police say a Massachusetts man is facing charges after allegedly driving his motorcycle faster than 150 mph on Interstate 93. State police say a trooper in an unmarked car spotted a motorcycle accelerate quickly in front of him on I-93 in New Hampton at 1 p.m. Saturday, reaching speeds between 130 and 152 mph in a 65-mph zone while ... (more)
Sat Jun 15, 2013
N.H. State Police Troop A log: May 31 - June 6
5-31-13 at 5:30 a.m. Tami Lyn VIZZIELLO, age 45 of Madbury, NH was arrested on Fitch Road in Madbury and charged with Simple Assault.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Foster's Daily Democrat
NH Made issues latest guide
Visitors to New Hampshire have a new resource in their quest to buy local - NH MADE's latest edition of the Guide to New Hampshire Products and Services.
Hampton Around the Town
The American Legion Post 35 in the Hamptons, and Boy Scout Troop 177, are having their annual flag burning ceremony at 6 p.m. tonight, June 14, at the Hampton Fire Department on Winnacunnet Road.
Pet of the Week: Affectionate Marvin ready for new home
If you are looking for a wonderful and friendly cat, Marvin is your guy. This handsome 6 year old is very affectionate and is quick to greet visitors with a nudge of his head against your hand and welcoming purrs.
Parents protest suspension of Hampton vice principal
Standing outside Hampton Academy Thursday morning holding signs in support of suspended Assistant Principal Andrea Shepard, a former School Board member and a concerned parent said the 27-year veteran of the town's middle school may be fired over what they called a "minor infraction."
North Hampton selectmen debate dispatch services
The Select Board will soon have to consider changes to how the town operates its police and fire dispatch services, Town Administrator Paul Apple said at Monday's board meeting.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
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.
House, Senate will negotiate details of medical marijuana bill
House Bill 573 establishes a medical marijuana program for New Hampshire patients who are both terminally ill and exhibit certain symptoms, and who have had the same physician for more than three months.But the Senate version of the bill does not allow patients to grow their own plants while the House version does.
Portsmouth's Strawbery Banke marks NH's 225th birthday
June 21, 2013 also marks the 225th birthday of the United States Constitution. It was New Hampshire's vote to ratify the Constitution, the ninth of a "super majority" of the 13 colonies, that created the United States, hence the matching birthdays.