Friday Mar 14
Incumbents ousted in North Hampton
Thirty-seven percent of the eligible voters turned out for the 2014 Town Meeting Tuesday, which was "a great turnout for a town election," Town Clerk Susan Buchanan said.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
SAU 21 teachers contract approved
Teachers across SAU 21 received good news on Tuesday, when their new two-year contract gained approval from voters in Hampton Falls, North Hampton, Seabrook and South Hampton.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
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
North Hampton principal Sweet's contract renewed after public fight
Peter Sweet's contract as North Hampton School principal has been renewed despite the fact the superintendent of schools initially recommended against it.
Wilson responds to Salomon on PELRB appeal
In reply to Mr. Craig Salomon's letter about my support for North Hampton's EMS service: I have infinite respect for the town's EMS service.
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)
Proponent of Hampton senior center answers critics
A few weeks ago my letter to the editor in support of the creation of a senior center via Article 49 was published in the Hampton Union.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Voters consider new building projects
ON TO THE FIRE STATION IN 1988. THE TOWN HAS VOTED DOWN BUILDING A NEW STATION FOR YEARS, WHICH TODAY IS BUSTING AT THE SEAMS AND DAILY TO MEET FEDERAL STANDARDS.
Author Dan Brown, wife donate to North Hampton library project
The trustees of the North Hampton Public Library have recruited a strong team to lead the $1.2 million campaign for the new library.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
New Hampshire Roll Call
House Bill 1507, "relative to university system of N.H. in-state tuition rates for students domiciled in N.H.," is sponsored by Rep. Pamela Tucker, R-Greenland.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Power of pink at Seacoast Women's Week
Dozens of women donned pink crowns with the word "Princess" and did the Official Peaceful Woman Dance in the gym at Community Campus on Saturday morning.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Public Safety building could not be built on Route 1
I am grateful for Mr. Peters's interest in the North Hampton town campus, but locating the proposed Public Safety building on Route 1 would not be a better choice: - Siting the building on Route 1 would require purchasing a costly lot in the Industrial/Business-Residential District .
Exeter police log Feb. 23-28
Rubera was released $1,500 personal recognizance bail. 9:07 p.m. - Nicholas Norman, 19, of Newmarket, was arrested on a charge of possession of controlled/narcotic drugs, possession of drugs in a motor vehicle, possession of drug paraphernalia.
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.
Wilson clarifies Little Boar's Head zoning issue
To clarify the issue of zoning in Little Boar's Head District in reference to Charles Gordon, letter to the editor, Hampton Union, March 4: In 2012 "concurrent jurisdiction" emerged as a problem between Little Boar's Head District and the town of North Hampton in planning and zoning.
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.
Allen for North Hampton School Board
I am writing to offer my support to North Hampton resident David Allen in his bid for a seat on the North Hampton School Board.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Wilson, Stanton spar at North Hampton candidates night
The contest to fill the one vacancy on the Select Board involving incumbent Phil Wilson and challenger Rick Stanton created the most heat during a town candidates night Wednesday Stanton kicked it off in his opening remarks in the event sponsored by the North Hampton Business Association, questioning Wilson's leadership abilities.
WHS students earn art awards
A fledgling artist at Winnacunnet High School received a record nine Scholastic Art Awards for his jewelry earlier this month.