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1 hr ago | Foster's Daily Democrat
Most people will look favorably on the fact that Farmington selectmen are still trying to come up with a solution to the cramped conditions in the current police station.
5 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat
The first fall meeting of the Strafford County Retired Educators Association will be held at Maple Suites located at 30 Holiday Drive on Thursday, Sept.
9 hrs ago | FITSNews
Former Virginia Governor James Gilmore will address back-to-back-to-back New Hampshire Republican events on September 6, American Opportunity announced today.
14 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat
This is the 9th in a series on the Monarch School of New England. Articles and photographs will showcase the history of the school: its journey in becoming one of the state's most highly recognized schools for its work with students with significant disabilities.
A woman accused of giving unlicensed driver Darriean Hess the powerful painkiller fentanyl several hours before Hess allegedly killed two bicyclists last fall pleaded guilty to four drug-related charges Wednesday afternoon.
A Rochester woman was arrested Tuesday by the Strafford County Drug Task Force for possession of methamphetamine.
Robbery suspect Okiemute "Leo" Omatie has been identified as the victim in last month's shooting on Lafayette Street, where Dover man Kerry Joseph allegedly shot him in the chest with a firearm.
A New York man who beat a fellow inmate over a box of orange juice at Strafford County House of Corrections will spend between 10 and 20 years in prison for the brutal assault.
United States Senator, Jeanne Shaheen addresses supporters at the Strafford County Democratic Committee's annual picnic Sunday at Millennium Park in Somersworth.
Stratham Hill Park is often the scene, in summer, of the famed Stratham Fair. Many hold visions of a carnival midway with large rides, cotton candy and games in their minds.
Proxy chased down "bad guys" and Phlirt sniffed for drugs. Bloodhound Daisy Mae located a "missing person," Gypsy attacked a man on the top of his car and Ginko leaped over hurdles during the "Dog Days of August" Saturday at Stratham Hill Park.
Former UNH women's hockey coach Brian McCloskey, who has been indicted on assault and criminal threatening charges, will be heading to court next spring, according to the Strafford County Attorney's Office.
Marlborough School was host to a tour for representatives of the Middleton School Board on Aug. 9. Pictured in front of the entrance to the school are Ken Garry, Middleton School Board, Jeffrey Downing of Conneston Construction, Inc. , Frank Marinace of Marinace Architects, Shane Moorehead of CCI, and John Mammone, Middleton School Board.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 06:07 pm
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