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Bridge project on Route 101 in Hampton to take 2 months
The N.H. Department of Transportation announces bridge repairs are scheduled to begin April 1 on the Route 101 bridge over Drakeside Road in Hampton.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Speaker: More banks are eager to make loans
Two Executive Forum speakers addressed the big-money issues of lending money from banks and the research and development tax credit.
Hampton town planner agrees to resign
The town and Town Planner Jamie Steffen have come to terms on a separation agreement that will pay Steffen $13,717.60 in exchange for his resignation.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Oeser to lead Dover Honda/Chevrolet
International Cars, Ltd. announced Nancy Oeser has been appointed the new general manager of Dover Honda and Dover Chevrolet.
Incumbents fall, renovations nixed in North Hampton
It was a double defeat for incumbent Selectman Phil Wilson on Tuesday night. First, he lost his seat to current Municipal Budget Committee Vice Chairman Rick Stanton, and then, the $5.8 million municipal complex renovation plan he ardently supported failed to get the votes necessary for passage.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Hudson police standoff ends; person in custody
An eight-hour standoff ended peacefully Tuesday morning after a police K9 led them to the apartment where the suspect was hiding.
Wednesday storm could bring snow, sleet and rain
Forecasters say a late-winter storm will take aim at the Seacoast on Wednesday and will likely make for a messy commute with a mixed bag of snow, sleet and rain.
Will the seniors of Hampton finally get a place of their own? Can proponents of a $6.6 million renovation/ addition to Lincoln Akerman overcome opposition to obtain the 60 percent majority vote needed to pass? Will North Hampton voters approve one of the most expensive projects in the town's history? Those answers and more will be determined today ... (more)
Vote 'no' on all Planning Board zoning amendments in Hampton
The Hampton Planning Board is at war with its own Zoning Ordinance. The battles: removal of basic purposes of zoning ; returning a failed provision that the town is responsible for parking - even residential; a lifting of height limits by 60 percent; rezoning, unprecedentedly, parts of Res.
Support zoning Article 5 on Hampton ballot
I am writing in support of Hampton warrant Article 5, which proposes to create new zoning districts for the business center of Hampton along Lafayette Road.
Warburton for three-year Hampton selectman
We will support and vote for Mr. Brian Warburton; a well known, respected, longtime resident of Hampton.
Trash collection at Hampton condos may be stopped
Selectmen may soon seek to cease refuse and recycling collection at another set of condominiums after finding that the town has been providing services at these locations for years despite original agreements for the buildings to secure their own collection services.
Hampton Around the Town
Centre School in Hampton will host a Kindergarten Information Night for incoming 2014-2015 kindergarten students from 6 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 3, in the Centre School gym.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
N.H. voters must overturn Citizens United decision
During the week of March 10, more than 50 communities in New Hampshire will have the opportunity to vote on an article that will call for our state Legislature to write an amendment to overturn Citizens United , to work toward overturning the Citizens United ruling.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Union endorses Nichols for selectman
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.
Foster's Daily Democrat
State Police Troop A log
New Hampshire State Police Troop a has released the following arrest log dated Feb. 14-19.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
String of Route 1 burglaries in North Hampton investigated
Police are investigating a string of burglaries, and one attempted burglary, that occurred at several businesses along Route 1 during the month of February.
Why voters should vote 'yes' on WHS ballot
Winnacunnet High School continues to not only be a place that unites the people of Hampton, Hampton Falls, North Hampton and Seabrook but it remains an asset to the community we can all be proud of.
Wilson's zoning acts lead me to support Stanton
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.