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Burglary spee brings more charges for Seabrook man
Exeter police have charged Terry Deschenes, 23, with a felony count of burglary and a second count of felony conspiracy to commit burglary.
Driver in double fatality could face 40 years
Darriean Hess, the unlicensed 19-year-old driver who allegedly struck four bicyclists with the car she was driving in September, killing two, could face more than 40 years in prison.
NRC offers Seabrook Station concrete update
The U. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission will host an open house and public meeting with NextEra Energy on Wednesday, Dec. 18, to discuss NextEra's testing program and schedule regarding concrete degradation caused by alkali-silica reaction at Seabrook Station nuclear power plant.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Noise ordinance debated in Hampton
Beach business owners voiced their concerns Monday with a proposed change to the entertainment noise ordinance, saying they disagree with an absolute 11 p.m. cutoff for outdoor entertainment.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Crimeline tip led to arrest of burglar
On December 12 the Crimeline for the Hamptons paid a cash reward for information that led to the arrest and indictment of Joseph Lebel of Manchester.
Sun Dec 15, 2013
NRC to address concrete degradation at Seabrook nuclear plant
Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff will once again discuss the issue of concrete degradation at Seabrook nuclear power plant during a public open house and meeting on Wednesday.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
Mandela's death reminder of N.H. low point
The recent death of former South African President Nelson Mandela and accounts of his extraordinary life brought back memories of an unfortunate chapter in New Hampshire's political history when, in 1978, Gov. Meldrim Thomson visited South Africa and returned to praise the country's apartheid regime despite its oppression of the nation's ... (more)
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Teen Allegedly on 3 Drugs During Crash That Killed 2 North Shore Women
The unlicensed Seabrook, N.H. teen driver who was behind the wheel of a car that struck and killed two cyclists in September has been by indicted by a Rockingham Superior Court grand jury on six charges.
Getaway driver in two bank heists to plead guilty
A former Seabrook woman will plead guilty to aiding her boyfriend rob two banks on the Seacoast earlier this year to fuel their heroin and cocaine addiction.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Rye's Bill Blais sworn in as police sergeant
Police Chief Kevin Walsh said that officer Bill Blais is able to fix problems with a shoestring and a pencil.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Snowy owls spotted across New Hampshire
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Two burglary suspects facing new charges
A pair of suspects already charged in connection with home burglaries in Maine and suspected in burglaries along the Seacoast are facing charges in Kensington.
Foster's Daily Democrat
NRC to hold meeting on Seabrook concrete issues
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff has scheduled both a public open house and a public meeting for Wednesday, Dec. 18, to discuss work being performed by the owner of the Seabrook nuclear power plant to address concrete degradation at the facility.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Counting many blessings this holiday season
Good day Seabrook, New Hampshire and America. My conscience requires me to count my blessings at this great time of the year.
Help and support
Alcoholics anonymous: holds meetings daily throughout the Seacoast. For meeting or general information on N.H. Alcoholics Anonymous, call 593-3330 or visit www.nhaa.net .
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Seabrook parade in works for next year
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.
Seabrook tax rate spikes by 5.2 percent
Homeowners' tax bills are going to increase 5.2 percent next year, as town and local school costs drive up rates.
Seabrook, N.H.-based Private Jet Services opened an office at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport .
Hampton Around the Town
Chris and Leo Gies of the Hampton Area Lions receive Christmas books from Sally Stoklosa of Barnes and Noble, which they will hand out at the Christmas tree lightings in Hampton and North Hampton.