My campaign for state Senate began six weeks ago, and already I have personally knocked on the doors of nearly 1,000 people in Seabrook, North Hampton, Greenland, New Castle, Hampton, Newton, Kensington, Stratham, Hampton Falls, South Hampton and Rye.
A local businessman, who is currently involved in a lawsuit brought by the town over storage of construction equipment and materials on his property on Lafayette Terrace, will appear before the Planning Board next month for a review of a new site plan for the property.
Beach condo owners who say they weren't told about the possible installation of heavy telecom equipment in a waterfront development saw their appeal denied this month by a zoning board, in a dispute involving a consumer complaint filed with the state and new legislation that loosens regulations for telecom companies.
On behalf of the North Hampton Public Library and Cultural Center Foundation, we would like to express our appreciation to all the individuals and business who supported North Hampton Library Day held on June 28. This was a fantastic event that allowed us to "Celebrate the Past" by recognizing our town's 1907 library's induction to the National ... (more)