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Is it possible to make a community holiday season celebration inclusive and welcoming for all people? To attempt it is perilous, judging by some the... [Read More]
Are you interested in riding a bus in the Seacoast? Yes, if times were convenient. No, not really. I already do. ... [Read More]
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The Exeter High School senior has been 'rock-solid' for the football team on both sides of the ball... [Read More]
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Oyster River High School hosted a presentation on vaping Friday night with similar presentations held for students and for staff earlier in the week. “Here... [Read More]
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The junior striker scored both goals in the second half, helping the girls soccer team cap a 19-0 season with a 2-0 win over Londonderry... [Read More]
Nov. 13 10:02 a.m.: Assisted state Division for Children Youth and Families concerning an incident. 10:08 a.m.: Walk-in report taken about the theft of a... [Read More]
Is "white privilege" a term most people you know truly understand? Yes, people are becoming aware. No, most people don't understand.  ... [Read More]
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PORTSMOUTH — The Historic District Commission approved a plan by developer Mark McNabb to build a four-story mixed-use building on Daniel Street that includes a public... [Read More]
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EXETER — Phillips Exeter Academy senior Justin Li wanted to find a creative way to spread a simple message: That love is love no matter what... [Read More]
Tags: LGBTQ+ - All PEA - Love
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Exeter Health Resources and Wentworth-Douglass Hospital of Dover aren't giving up their proposed affiliation in a merger with Massachusetts General Hospital despite the objection of... [Read More]
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PORTSMOUTH — Founder and owner of Joe's New York Pizza, Joe Kelley and a team from his five Thirsty Moose restaurants are opening the doors... [Read More]
7:34 a.m.: Received a call from a Corporate Drive work site about a stolen generator worth about $10,000. No suspects. 8:31 a.m.: Summons issued to... [Read More]
Can communities find a way to hold holiday celebrations inclusive of all beliefs? Yes, it can be done. No, there are too many... [Read More]
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PORTSMOUTH — The Historic District Commission has scheduled a public hearing this Wednesday on a proposed four-story, 50,000-square-foot mixed-use building. The building is part of the... [Read More]
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DURHAM — Though the town's holiday celebration is weeks away, Durham is already getting criticism about modifications to the event designed to remove religious overtones... [Read More]
For the Children's Museum of New Hampshire's next Grown-up Play Date, they are collaborating with Flag Hill Winery & Distillery to bring the 21-plus crowd... [Read More]
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PORTSMOUTH — Nancy Beck never wanted a memorial service, her caregiver and cousin said, but they're hosting one anyway to honor the woman they say raised... [Read More]
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PORTSMOUTH — The mystery of a missing plaque, in memory of pilot Tom McGuinness, who was killed during the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, has been... [Read More]
Should more candidates join Democratic presidential race? Yes, the current field is flawed. No, there are plenty of choices already.   ... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — More than 80 people attended a Portsmouth Listens Equity and Inclusion program Thursday and gained new perspectives on African American history, racial divides... [Read More]
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