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Maine residents may have a new way to vote in the 2018 elections. Volunteers throughout Maine collected signatures on Jan. 3 and 4 for...

Portsmouth residents will have a chance to weigh in on how the city should address Airbnb, Uber, and other online “sharing” services at a...

It was a year of spirited debate here in the Seacoast. Issues large and small, from repealing the death penalty to noise in Prescott...

Dover police and the state Attorney General’s office are investigating an apparent murder-suicide at Wentworth-Douglass Hospital. Officers responded to a 911 call from the hospital...

The National Labor Relations Board has dismissed unfair labor practice charges filed against telecommunications company FairPoint Communications by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers...

Berwick town manager Patrick Venne resigned his position on Dec. 16. “This decision should not be interpreted as a reflection of my dissatisfaction with...

Residents can share input on how the city can address storms, rising sea-levels, and other effects of climate change at a workshop on Thursday,...

Climb into the back of Ryan Fallon’s dark blue Ford 500 sedan and you’ll be greeted with bottled water and individually wrapped snacks. It’s...

Seacoast Family Promise, a Stratham-based nonprofit that operates a day center for homeless families in the Seacoast, will appeal a recent decision by the...

The Portsmouth Naval Shipyard is looking for a few good shipfitters, plastic fabricators, pipefitters, welders, and dozens of other positions. On Dec. 18, the...