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  1. Local radio stations merge to form new broadcast groupRead the original story

    Yesterday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Two family-owned Dover radio stations, WTSN AM 1270 and WBYY FM 98.7, have joined a newly-formed broadcasting group called Coastal Media Partners that will serve Northern Massachusetts, coastal New Hampshire and Southern Maine. Port Broadcasting, LLC of Newburyport, Mass., Aruba Capital Holdings, LLC of Exeter, and Garrison City Broadcasting of Dover, announced the merger Monday.

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  2. NHa s Best Companies to Work For revealedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    MANCHESTER – Business NH Magazine is announcing the 2015 Best Companies To Work For in NH in its September edition due out on Monday. For 18 years, Business NH Magazine and its partner, the NH Businesses for Social Responsibility, have recognized businesses that go out of their way to create high engagement workplaces for their employees through the Best Companies To Work For competition.

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  3. Psychics offer messages from beyond, skeptics say 'nonsense'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 30 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    NEWMARKET – You might wonder just who June Elaine is talking to when you're in a room with her and she rises to address a man's photo on the wall. Elaine's husband Jerry is pictured there.

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  4. Seacoast firms named 'Best Companies to Work'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 30 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    PORTSMOUTH – Seacoast businesses were well represented in Business NH Magazine's 2015 Best Companies to Work for in New Hampshire list in its September edition due out on Monday. Medtronic Advanced Energy of Portsmouth, with more than 400 employees, was named the top company, followed by Vapotherm of Exeter with 121 employees, and Digital Prospectors Corp in Exeter with 25 employees in third place.

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  5. Faith-based gatherings, services plannedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Christ Episcopal Church of Exeter announces the return of the Youth Theatre program with a performance of Cinderella on Nov. 20-21, under the direction of local theater director, Lexi Deschene. Auditions are Sept 1-2 and are open to all community members ages 6-14; high school and adult volunteers are needed for offstage production duties.More than just a program for children and youth, Christ Church Youth Theatre has been an important outreach ministry in the Exeter area.

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  6. Schools look to address mental health issuesRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 22 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Exeter High School Principal Jim Tremblay is entering his second year in the position, and he and the administration will be rolling out comprehensive new mental health and student services this year to combat what he says is a rise of mental health issues, including depression and anxiety. "I've worked at two other major high schools and I can tell you not only Exeter has this problem," Tremblay told Seacoast Sunday this week.

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  7. What high school football game do you have circled on your calendar?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 22 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Football season is a time to be savored, but I'm already looking ahead to the final week of the regular season. Pinkerton comes to Exeter for a Friday night game on Oct. 30 in rematch that's been only three years in the making.

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  8. Soggy Po' Boys swing insideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    DOVER – Producing an outdoor show in Dover in the summer is a climatological challenge, and putting on seven in consecutive weeks can really be subject to the vagaries of the weather. The Cochecho Arts Festival summer of 2015 was no different, as its last show of the summer was correctly called indoors by the powers that be at the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce.

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  9. 'Elle & Coach' makes its formal debutRead the original story

    Friday Aug 21 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    A very special yellow Labrador named Coach will soon become more than a local hero to the teenage girl who depends on him to alert her when her blood sugar levels have gone awry and the family whose heart he captured. “Elle & Coach: Diabetes, the Fight for My Daughter's Life and the Dog Who Changed Everything,” written by Stefany Shaheen will hit the shelves Aug. 25. Shaheen, a Portsmouth city councilor and daughter of U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-NH, collaborated on the book about her oldest of four children, Elle, 15, who has been living with type 1 diabetes, with Mark Dagostino of Stratham, a New York Times bestselling author and a former senior writer for People magazine.

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  10. Rochester mourns loss of business iconRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The local business community has lost one of its former leaders with the passing of Albert Miltner Sr., who died Sunday at the age of 81. Miltner founded Miltner's Shoes on North Main Street when he came to Rochester in 1964, according to his obituary. His business expanded to eight locations in three different states under the name of Bootlegger's Footwear Centers.

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  11. Churches, faith groups plan meetingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Christ Episcopal Church of Exeter: announces the return of the Youth Theatre program with a performance of Cinderella on Nov. 20-21, under the direction of local theater director, Lexi Deschene. Auditions are Sept 1-2 and are open to all community members ages 6-14; high school and adult volunteers are needed for offstage production duties.More than just a program for children and youth, Christ Church Youth Theatre has been an important outreach ministry in the Exeter area.

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  12. Dining Out: Trackside Cafe a true diner experienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Breakfast all day – well, at least until they close at 2 p.m. – is one of the best things about Trackside Cafe. Under new ownership since last summer, they've really spruced up the little diner inside Gerry's Variety Store near the train station in Exeter, but it's still the comfortable gathering spot for locals to greet each other and talk topics of the day.

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  13. Joe Pace to read from new novel in ExeterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Water Street Bookstore in Exeter will be hosting Joe Pace, author of the novel "Lost Harvest" at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 20 for a reading and signing.  The United Kingdom of Earth is home to 30 million British subjects. According to leading scientists, most of them will starve in the next few years when the global food supply collapses.

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  14. Rochester loses prominent business leaderRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 18 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The local business community has lost one of its former leaders, as Albert Miltner Sr. passed away peacefully on Sunday, Aug. 16 surrounded by his family. He was 81. A Rochester resident of 40 years before he moved to Exeter, Miltner founded Miltner's Shoes on North Main Street when he came to Rochester in 1964, according to his obituary.

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  15. Exeter UFO Festival expanding, planned Sept. 4-6Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 17 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The Exeter Area Kiwanis Club's fundraiser, the annual Exeter UFO Festival, is expanding! The Kiwanis Club is happy to announce that new and exciting venues have been added to the always informative and family friendly festival. This year the festival will take place on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Sept.

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  16. Property taxes may nix Durham solar panel dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 16 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    One of the state's largest solar panel arrays may not be built on Durham land if the town has to pay property taxes on the site. In June, Gov. Maggie Hassan and the Executive Council approved the dispersal of a $501,000 grant through the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission to allow Exeter-based ReVision Energy to build one of the state's largest solar panel arrays on land owned by Durham.

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  17. Lots to do at area librariesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 14 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Contact Mary Ellen Humphrey [email protected] Armida [email protected] - “End of Life Happens...At Any Age, At Any Time” Monday, September 14 at 6:30 p.m. Back by popular demand. Find out how to plan for the inevitable with grace & practicality, plus clearly organize your personal wishes and intentions.

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  18. Churches, faith groups hold eventsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 13 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Christ Episcopal Church of Exeter: announces the return of the Youth Theatre program with a performance of Cinderella on Nov. 20-21, under the direction of local theater director, Lexi Deschene. Auditions are Sept 1-2 and are open to all community members ages 6-14; high school and adult volunteers are needed for offstage production duties.More than just a program for children and youth, Christ Church Youth Theatre has been an important outreach ministry in the Exeter area.

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  19. Exeter woman charged in school bus collision crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 13 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Police in New Hampshire say the driver of a car that collided with a school bus carrying elementary students has been accused of driving under the influence of drugs.

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  20. Clinton pushes college tuition plan in ExeterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 10 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    It was the former first lady and secretary of state's third visit to the Seacoast this primary season, and her first public speech on her ambitious $350 billion plan, called "The New College Compact," to make public higher education more affordable. "If you work hard and do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead," Clinton told the crowd.

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