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Thumbs up, yet again, to Gary "The Creek Man" Sredzienski, who will swim in frigid waters today for a good cause.
Could you survive the end of civilization?
Should the minimum wage be raised to $9 per hour?
Your editorial in Sunday's newspaper fosters the concept of an out-of-control proliferation of Rye's town beaches used for commercial purposes.
Nearly a year before the election, Republican state Sen. Nancy Stiles has a challenger for her seat in Democratic Rep. Chris Muns.
After being barred from the Hampton Christmas Parade last week, Chop Shop Pub & Grub owner Bill Niland is already working on his own parade for next year: the Seabrook Toys for Tots Christmas Parade.
Saying the increase is "clearly manageable" and won't cause the overall budget to run over, selectmen announced Monday that they decided to give the town's 31 nonunion employees a 1 percent raise.
Hampton police say the photo of this Buick from Michael Heath's Facebook page corresponds with the car used in area vehicle stops.
Technology Business Research, Inc. , headquartered in Hampton, NH, is recognized as one of the leading high-tech market research and consulting firms specializing in the analyses of computer, application, networking, wireless, and professional services companies.
The Winnacunnet School Board is studying the possibility of placing a large solar array on its property to reduce utility bills and reliance on fossil fuels.
By now, you know that this year's Hampton Christmas Parade theme is "vintage Christmas," in honor of the town's 375th anniversary.
Well, that is exactly what is going on with a state-issued property tax exemption awarded to companies, such as the owners of the Seabrook Station nuclear power plant, that install pollution control devices.
The fourth annual Soup & Chowder Challenge will take place at 6 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Trinity Episcopal Church.
The Board of Selectmen may not offer a warrant article to help fund the Crossroads House transitional shelter in Portsmouth next year after learning that Hampton will no longer be able to directly place its residents in need of emergency housing there.
Police responded to the New Hampshire Liquor Store on Lafayette Road on Wednesday, where they spoke to a man who said he had been followed by a man driving a white sedan.