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Pimentel, 9, was one of two winners in this year's Bikes 4 Books program. Staff members know the fourth-grader as an avid reader who loves to tell teachers about his day and his latest novel, although Pimentel said little as he checked out his new trick bike for the first time in front of classmates and friends.
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It's that time of year again. Gray seals are just about wrapping up their birthing season and the harbor seal season will soon begin, so the chances of encountering a mother and pup or a lone pup on local beaches are increasing.
US Senators Edward J. Markey and Elizabeth Warren are calling for increased safety measures at two area nuclear power plants after a Nuclear Regulatory Commission report found potential vulnerabilities to earthquakes.
It's that time of year again. Gray seals are just about wrapping up their birthing season and harbor seals will soon begin, so the chances of encountering a mother and pup or a lone pup on local beaches increase.
T TODAY IN HONOR OF OFFICER SEAN COLLIER. TODAY MARKS ONE YEAR SINCE AUTHORITIES SAY THE BOSTON BOMBING SUSPECTS KILLED COLLIER DURING THEIR ATTEMPTED ESCAPE.
Three suspended Seabrook officers have earned a total of nearly $40,000 in wages while the state has investigated police brutality claims against them.
A trial date has been set for Darriean Hess, the driver who crashed a vehicle into bicyclists, killing two and injuring two others.
An unlicensed teen driver accused of causing a crash that killed two bicyclists and injured two others is due back in court this week as the state prepares to bring the case to trial.
A Seabrook man could face lengthy jail time after being indicted on 18 felony counts for stealing more than $341,000 from the U.S. headquarters of Puma, a global athletic equipment company.
Seabrook has placed one of its police officers on unpaid administrative leave pending an internal investigation into an incident in which the officer allegedly slammed a teenager's head into a concrete wall inside the police station.
A Seabrook Middle School chef walked away with top honors for her "S'more than a Campfire" cupcake at the Cupcake War Baking Competition sponsored by the School Nutrition Association of New Hampshire.
Winnacunnet School Board members see this spring as a chance for a fresh start as officials work to correct "significant" communication issues that accreditors found during a review last year, which were "severely and negatively" impacting educational progress.