MORNING: ROUTE 1: High School 6:45 AM Starting at Wentworth Road off Route 1A, stop at Spring Hill Road, stop at Wild Rose Lane, stop at Coast Guard Station, stop at Post Office, stop at New Castle School, stop at Laurel Lane, continuing to Portsmouth High School.
Purely Organic Lawn Care was started in 2003 when owner Jay Palladino made an unfortunate connection between his golden retriever getting sick and the newly-applied fertilizer on the lawn at his Kensington home.
Monthly meetings of Seacoast Audubon will resume Wednesday, Aug. 13 with a program entitled “Birding with Sacagawea.” The program was originally scheduled for the March meeting, but canceled due to stormy weather.
Those first in line to visit the Lynx and Mystic, docked at the Portsmouth Fish Pier, patiently waited for an hour Saturday morning as crews finished cleaning up the two ships after a powerful thunderstorm Friday evening canceled the Parade of Sails.
New Castle photographer David J. Murray was taking experimental photos, including this one, with his new "flying camera" over Prescott Park Arts Festival Wednesday, July 30. The flying drone distracted the crowd - and even performer Iris DeMent - for a few minutes as it flew around overhead, and Murray has apologized for that.
Sails last two hours and depart at 10:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Thursday, and 10:30 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. Friday, with the final parade of sail departing at 3:30 p.m. Friday; departures are from the University of New Hampshire Pier next to the Coast Guard Station in New Castle, 25 Wentworth Road; day sails are $55 per person, the parade of sail costs $75, ... (more)