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Berwick is moving forward with plans to clean up the former Prime Tanning property in the center of downtown. Town manager Patrick Venne says the...

The town is looking for feedback from residents about how to redevelop the former Alpha Tau Omega fraternity house at 66 Main St. A...

Striking New England FairPoint workers marked 50 days without a new contract by holding a rally in Market Square in Portsmouth on Dec. 5....

When Jonathan Blakeslee was living in Portland, Ore. in the late 1990s, he watched as Alberta Street transformed from a run-down, working-class neighborhood, with...

Inspired by the West End (see story on page 6), businesses on the south side of the Sagamore Creek Bridge in Portsmouth are also...

Drivers on the Spaulding Turnpike can now legally fill their need for a little more speed by the beginning of the new year. New...

A Superior Court judge has ruled that the public can use Sanders Poynt to get to Rye Beach, according to the Associated Press. The...

The city is again offering parking in the Isles of Shoals parking lot throughout the winter for downtown employees. The parking office is currently...

prospective middle-class homeowners.  Editor’s note:  The Seacoast is one of the best places a person could live. But it isn’t cheap. Luxury condos and...

Drive through downtown Durham during the week and, along with the usual pedestrians, skateboarders, and bicyclists, you may find yourself dodging dump trucks and...