New Hampshire state police say they issued a citation to a woman who crashed into another car while attempting to reverse direction using a crossover that is restricted to emergency vehicles only. Police say 51-year-old Ann Caron of Raymond was traveling northbound on Interstate 95 in North Hampton when she attempted to make a left turn into the crossover lane just north of the open road tolling lanes.
When Allie O'Sullivan, of North Hampton, went to adopt a kitten more than two years ago, she never thought the decision would shape her career plan. In September 2012, O'Sullivan went to the New Hampshire Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Stratham hoping to adopt a cat with special-needs.
Seacoast Civic Dance Company members Noah Dwyer of Hampton and Brooke Moylan of Sandown perform SAIL, a new contemporary dance choreographed by Artistic Director Kim Patent and one of the pieces performed at Downtown Disney in Orlando as part of the Disney Performing Arts program. Dwyer and Moylan, both senior captains, along with 28 other members from the troupe also competed at the National Contest of Champions among an elite group of 300 dancers and 12 studios from across the country.
Some Seacoast towns voted down major capital projects, although residents in New Castle, it turns out, will have a second chance at one of their warrant articles. In Rye, residents voted not to spend $4 million dollars to renovate their town hall.
It's Town Meeting Day in New Hampshire, and voters in many towns across the state are weighing in on key issues such as new fire engines, mosquito spraying and new building projects. There are any number of issues on town ballots, but the ones that seem to create the most controversy are those involving safety and taxes.
Pittsfield Middle School placed third in the What's So Cool About Manufacturing? video contest sponsored by the Division of Economic Development and the New Hampshire Manufacturing Extension Partnership. Fairground Middle School in Nashua placed first and won the grand prize of $1,000 working with AET LAbs, C & M Machine Products and Nashua South High School.
You may be familiar with the bountiful Winter Farmers' Markets run by Seacoast Eat Local that bring together a great variety of local farmers and food producers. On Saturday, March 14th, the market will feature a new twist to the focus on local agriculture.