A preliminary report by federal investigators on a small plane that crashed in North Hampton on Labor Day, killing two, showed no evidence of any mechanical failure or malfunction. The National Transportation Safety Board released its report Tuesday.
Need to make room for the new iPhone 6? Each year there's a new electronic device we're itching to buy, whether its a smartphone, TV, tablet or computer, and we're inundated with messages telling us to upgrade. So what happens when we do upgrade? Where does an old iPhone or laptop end up? MetalWave, Inc. will support a large-scale recycling event at the Brentwood Highway Shed on Middle Road neighboring the Pilgrim United Church of Christ on Sept.
The University of New Hampshire Police Department released the following adult arrest/summons log for Aug. 27-Sept. 1. Tyler G. Mathews, 20, of 71 Houghtons Mill Road, Lunenburg, Maine, was given a hand summons Aug. 27 in connection with unlawful possession of alcohol on Garrison St. His court date is Sept.
If you ride your bicycle over 225 miles across the towns of New Castle, Rye, North Hampton, Hampton, Hampton Falls, Seabrook, South Hampton, Kensington, Newton, Stratham and Greenland, while knocking on over 1,600 doors a few things happen. You end up losing a few pounds, which is a good thing and makes your wife happy.
The Capital Improvement Program Committee has failed to endorse a plan to purchase a "quint" vehicle for the Fire Department. "The CIP Committee considered a motion to recommend the acquisition of a quint," Town Administrator Paul Apple told members of Select Board at that group's Aug. 25 meeting.
About 150,000 people are expected to attend this year's Hampton Beach Seafood Festival, which is special because this is the 25th anniversary of the event, said state Sen. Nancy Stiles. "We are only getting bigger and better with age," said Jude David, festival chairman.
Incumbent District 1 Rockingham County Commissioner Kate Pratt says the biggest challenge facing her board is a county delegation that's trying to micromanage, while challenger Kevin St. James insists it's time to "let some fresh air" into county government. Pratt, 67, of Hampton, has served as a county commissioner for 18 years and hopes voters in the Republican primary Tuesday, Sept.
North Hampton is planning to add the position of director of public safety to its payroll. Police Chief Brian Page, who may or may not be retiring in the near future, appears to be a front-runner for the position.
Investigators are looking into the maintenance and pilot records for a 1956 Cessna involved in a double-fatal crash Monday at the Hampton Airfield after receiving three difference witness and surveillance videos of the takeoff and crash.