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Officials: Possible fine in Page case will go to county
If the corporate owner of The Page Restaurant & Bar pleads guilty and is fined for a liquor-related death, which is scheduled to occur Dec. 18, the fine money will go to the county, bucking past practice by suspended Rockingham County Attorney James Reams, county officials say.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Londonderry makeup artist turns heads
Salem native Ella Schwotzer, a freelance makeup artist, was recently honored in The Knot's Best of Weddings listings as one of the Granite State's top-rated makeup artists for the third consecutive year.
Scott Brown still weighing options
Scott Brown, right, talks with Bobbie Donovan, and her brother Duffy Donovan, both of Sanborton, as Brown greets people at the Harold Square Restaurant in Londonderry Thursday.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Book reveals New Hampshire ties to iconic 'Bell's Seasoning' brand
In his recently released book, "The Bell's Seasoning Story," author David Bell, the great-great grandson of company founder William G. Bell, provides a detailed account of the man behind the iconic brand.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Reams threatens to file suit over office ban
Barred from the county offices a month ago, at the onset of a state and federal investigation, Rockingham County Attorney James Reams has threatened to sue the county if he's not allowed to return to his office.
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Scott Brown makes location flub
A liberal group is jumping on former Sen. Scott Brown, who's flirting with a Senate bid in New Hampshire, for making a slight political fumble Thursday night when he mixed up the New England state he was visiting.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
It's music to their ears
Dec. 05--LONDONDERRY --They are pretty keyed up at the Londonderry Senior Center.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
NH Gop star shines for national media after her candidacy greeted with 'sexist smear'
Republican congressional hopeful state Rep. Marilinda Garcia, R-Salem, received national conservative media attention Monday after a Democratic state lawmaker last week disparagingly compared her to reality television star Kim Kardashian.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Londonderry man challenges search in child porn case
Jeffrey Velliquette, 42, of Londonderry is arguing that Londonderry police violated his Constitutional rights by making a forensic copy of his computer hard drive that was examined even after a search warrant expired on Aug. 9. "In this search, a truly staggering amount of non-contraband information stored within Mr. Velliquette's computer system ... (more)
Mile marker: Londonderry traila s first step
The end of November was the start of something wonderful for Londonderry. The first mile of the Londonderry Rail Trail was opened for public use.
Londonderry officials vow to search for solution to illegal dumping
During Monday night's Town Council meeting, Public Works Director Janusz Czyzowski shared the latest updates on the coming year's trash removal contract.
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UNH police log
University of New Hampshire Police Department recently release the following log for Nov. 22: Eleanora Mortillaro of 2 Carrie Lane, Gloucester, Mass., was given a hand summons on Nov. 22 for unlawful intoxication at Hall House.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
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John DiStaso, the New Hampshire Union Leader's senior political writer, began writing "Granite Status" in 1982.
Youth Basketball: Gym Rats take home title
The Jaffrey 6th Grade Gym Rats captured the title in the Bedford Jamboree last weekend.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Londonderry Rail Trail hits milestone
For the many supporters of the Londonderry Rail Trail project, the first mile began with some very eager steps Saturday afternoon.
Slippery roads cause accidents
Police in southern and central New Hampshire responded to a series of traffic accidents Sunday morning as temperatures right at or below the freezing mark caused icy conditions on roadway pavement.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Teacher cuts proposed in Londonderry
During a presentation of next year's proposed district budget during Tuesday's school board meeting, Superintendent Nathan Greenberg said the elimination of six certified teaching positions would save the district $413,528 in fiscal year 2015.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Londonderry sophomore has a passion for the past
Michael Sweet, right, a sophomore at Londonderry High School, shook hands with T.J. Cullinane, commander of the Gilman E. Sleeper Camp #60, Sons of the Union Veterans of the Civil War, moments after being inducted into the organization during a ceremony at the Kelly Library in Salem last weekend.
Winterport student participates in "A Night Without a Dorm" at Colby-Sawyer College
On Friday evening, Nov. 15, Sarabeth Miller, a child development major from Winterport was one of 50 Colby-Sawyer College students who attended "A Night Without a Dorm" in support of National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.
A Christmas tradition, The Nutcracker, returns to Windham
Each holiday season, dozens of young local dancers realize lifelong dreams of dancing on stage amidst sugarplums and snowflakes.