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PORTSMOUTH — Jo Kelley and Joe Kelley met seven years ago when a mutual friend introduced them, saying, “Jo Kelley, have you met Joe Kelley?”Fast... [Read More]
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PORTSMOUTH — Aficionados of Portsmouth history will have the chance to view some special footage filmed by a Navy crew using filmmaker Louis de Rochemont's equipment... [Read More]
Sometimes cuddly teddy bears just don't work in calming a child or young adult being transported by ambulance to the hospital. Bill Carey, a firefighter/EMT... [Read More]
NEWINGTON — Sometimes cuddly teddy bears just don't work in calming a child or young adult being transported by ambulance to the hospital.Bill Carey, a firefighter/EMT... [Read More]
NEW CASTLE — Dogs and coconuts? Seems like an unlikely combination, but four recent University of New Hampshire graduates developed a business making dog toys... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — As Daniel O'Keefe made his way through Portsmouth Middle School's cafeteria on his way to the Connie Bean Center Thursday, dozens of students... [Read More]
My husband, Jean Bernard, would take long strides through Paris, the city of his birth. I had to double up my steps to keep up... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — Stepping into Caffe Kilim on Islington Street, customers are immersed in a riot of colors, textures, the aroma of espresso, and warm greetings.Celebrating 25... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — Helen Taft retired from her position as executive director of Families First Health & Support Center Dec. 31, after growing with the organization for... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — Combining their fashion savvy with their compassion for Portsmouth High School's sister school in Puerto Rico, sophomores Katey McCafferty and Sage Beresin, have organized... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — The city rang in the holiday season with Mayor Jack Blalock flipping the switch to light up the 35-foot blue spruce tree in Market... [Read More]
Beginning with opening night Thursday, Portsmouth High School's performing arts department will be presenting “James and the Giant Peach.”The classic Roald Dahl story is infused... [Read More]
GREENLAND — Staff and students went all out Thursday to honor approximately 100 local veterans who came to Greenland Central School's 12th annual Veterans Day Celebration.... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — Each time Jay and Stacy Krecklow land in Hawaii to visit family and friends, they find the closest place they can to get... [Read More]
A talented, eclectic group of local musicians will be performing a benefit concert at the Seacoast Repertory Theatre on Friday, Oct. 27 at 7:30 p.m.“A... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — The first thing one notices walking into Board & Brush Creative Studio on Deer Street is the comforting smell of wood.Board & Brush... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — Organizers said it was a “perfect” combination of weather, offerings and crowd attendance at the third annual “Westival” community barbecue.Westival, hosted by the... [Read More]
PORTSMOUTH — There's a new sunglass boutique in town on State Street near Memorial Bridge.What makes it a bit more unusual than the other shops in... [Read More]
Around 11 a.m. Saturday, a man on horseback came riding through downtown Exeter shouting he had "good news from Philadelphia."He was re-enacting the delivery the... [Read More]
Richard Adams, a lifelong city resident, recalled coming out of high school one day to discover the Cutter-Langdon Mansion had been torn down.The stately house,... [Read More]
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