Tag Archives: Portsmouth

Fear-mongering by the Portsmouth City Planning Staff???

It wouldn’t be the first time that someone is crying “Wolf” over…..wait for it…..CLIMATE CHANGE!  Now, I have NO problem in city officials in trying to head off problems – it’s what humans do as being the almost the most … Continue reading

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Does Portsmouth NH’s Bond Rating Account for all that Climate Change Fear-mongering?

Seven cities in California are suing energy companies claiming that their contribution to global warming puts their municipalities at grave risk. That the energy industry giants misrepresented the dangers and in exchange for this malfeasance they should be rewarded with … Continue reading

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Portsmouth Settles Lawsuit With Former ‘Whistleblower’ Police Officer

A former Portsmouth police officer and the city of Portsmouth have agreed to settle a lawsuit regarding an alleged violation of whistleblower rights. In 2014, Portsmouth police officer Jon Connors gave an interview to the Portsmouth Herald.  | Keep Reading … Continue reading

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Portsmouth Air BnB Renter Should Say They are “Domiciled” for Voting Purposes

The city of Portsmouth, New Hampshire has denied a couple the right to rent a property they own on Air BnB. Matthew Beebe and Barbara Jenny bought the home next to theirs for their Daughter who travels and planned to use short-term rentals until her … Continue reading

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Is There a NH Beer Brewed Specially for Menopausal Women? Yup!

When New Hampshire brewery owner Joanne Francis first floated her idea for a new kind of beer a few years ago, her employees reacted, she says, with disgust and horror. Her idea: a beer for women in menopause. Why not, … Continue reading

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Portsmouth officials defend property revaluation

PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth officials defended their recent revaluation of residential and commercial properties during a city council workshop Monday evening. Finance Director Judie Belanger said despite the beliefs of some residents who have reached out to her department, commercial property owners … Continue reading

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NH Food Truck and Craft Beer Festival coming to Seacoast

PORTSMOUTH — The fourth New Hampshire Food Truck and Craft Beer Festival will run from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Redhook Brewery. While some of New England’s most popular food trucks dish out fan favorites ranging from grilled cheese … Continue reading

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Portsmouth School Board Ignores Up-skirt Complaint

PORTSMOUTH — After telling the School Board her daughter was the victim of “an upskirting situation” in Portsmouth High School, Brenna Cavanaugh said in the three months that have passed, she’s heard nothing from anyone in the School Department. *| … Continue reading

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Ed Naile: Ask Martha How She Does It?

Apparently, the City of Portsmouth has a problem with people renting out apartments through Airbnb. “Officials do not track Airbnb rentals specifically, and city attorney Robert Sullivan says he estimates the total number of cease and desist orders issued this year … Continue reading

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Portsmouth City Council Rejects Putting Keno on Ballot

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (AP) — The City Council in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, has rejected a motion to put a question on November’s ballot about whether to allow Keno gambling. The Portsmouth Herald reports the measure failed 7-2 on Tuesday. Mayor Jack Blalock … Continue reading

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