Three people were taken to the hospital Friday afternoon after staging used to replace a roof collapsed at a home on Portland Street in Rochester. Police say that at 2:38 p.m. they received a 911 call about five potential injured people.
Three people were taken to area hospitals and Route 108 in Somersworth was shut down for nearly an hour after an accident Thursday morning involving five vehicles. According to Somersworth Police Capt.
This week is Memorial Day, and while many of you might have three-day weekends spent with family and friends, it's also a time for reflection. There will be plenty of chances to reflect on our freedom, and those who have lost their lives to defend it during the various conflicts our country has faced and continues to face.
First elected in 2012, Cataldo is a retired nuclear engineer and Air Force veteran and represents the District 6 towns of Alton, Barnstead, Farmington, Gilmanton and New Durham and the City of Rochester. Before joining the State Senate, Cataldo served four terms in the N.H. House, where he was a member of the Science, Technology and Energy Committee.
The following items are based on entries in the Rochester police log for the time period of April 29 to May 7: 2:21 a.m. - Domanic K. Ogara, 45, of 8 Moores Court, is charged with duty as parent; compulsory attendance by pupil. 6:42 a.m. - A Dustin Homestead resident gets a message that says "We are coming to get you, you Nazi !" 4:52 p.m. - At Walmart, Valerie H. Noreau, 57, of 119 North Main St., Apt.
Matthew L. Nagy, 41, of Somersworth, New Hampshire, was arrested on two warrants and for violating a protective order, following a report of larceny-forgery-fraud on Main Street at 12:23 p.m. Tyler H. Cieniewicz, 21, of 13 Island Avenue, Apt. B, was arrested for disorderly conduct, drinking in public and violating conditions of release, following a report of a disturbance on Main Street at 8:56 p.m. Christina Hall, 31, of 105 Jagger Mill Road, was issued a summons for allowing a dog to run at large, following a complaint about an animal on Jagger Mill Road at 9:57 a.m. An individual was arrested on Sanford High School Boulevard as Sanford Police assisted another agency at 11:47 a.m. More information was not available.
In 1949, at the urging of President Harry S. Truman, who was a veteran, Armed Forces Day was established. It was designed to bring American citizens together and thank our military members for their patriotic service of their country.
The Franklin Gallery at RiverStones Custom Framing will host an exhibit called Art and Life, featuring works by Rochester artist Amy E. Kindler, for the month of June during regular business hours. Kris Ebbeson, the proprietor of RiverStones Custom Framing and manager of the Franklin Gallery, will host an opening reception on Saturday, June 4, from noon until 2 p.m. The public is invited to come and see the exhibit and meet the artist.
New Hampshire business leaders continue to warn the state's surging economy could be short-circuited by the high cost of energy. Several Granite State business leaders recently signed a letter supporting the Northern Pass project to bring hydroelectric power into the region from Canada.
After an eye-opening look into real-world finances on Wednesday morning, Spaulding High School students were treated to an extended career job fair, where teens were taught how to be employable. According to Dean Graziano, extended learning opportunities coordinator for Rochester schools, they scheduled the job fair slightly differently from usual.
A mother and son were arrested Thursday night after police executed a drug search warrant at an Academy Street residence. At approximately 9:47 p.m., Rochester police executed a search warrant at 3 Academy St., Apt.
Since its humble beginnings in the 1960s, the Monarch School of New England has established itself as a place where students with disabilities can acquire skills needed to succeed in the real world. The school is now looking forward to further plans to expand.
Officials at Rochester Opera House recently reinvested in their technical infrastructure and upgraded their mixing console to a state-of-the-art digital system with wireless control, and added four top-of-the-line balcony fill speakers - leaving not one bad seat in the house! That's right, even the cheapest seats sound as crystal clear as the center orchestra seating. On top of this, there is now more onstage monitor mixes for concerts, better microphones, di boxes, and more.