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Rye police investigating sex assaults involving minors

Police are investigating two reports of sex assaults involving juveniles, said Police Chief Kevin Walsh. One report was made July 19 and the second was filed July 23, according to the town’s public police log. Both reports were made at … Continue reading

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Senate retains bill to penalize ‘double-dipping’

CONCORD — A bill that sought to penalize municipalities for hiring so-called double-dippers was retained by the state Senate but its goal is expected to be revisited by the Decennial Retirement Commission, which meets next month. By statute, the commission … Continue reading

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Did SeacoastOnline Do This on Purpose?

In this morning’s “News and updates from Seacoastonline.com” email the following two items appeared in succession as pictured above. Given the tumultuous year that Phillips Exeter Academy (PEA) has endured, with a number of sex scandals coming to light, is … Continue reading

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Don’t call me Caitlyn: Baby name plunges in popularity

A year after Caitlyn Jenner announced her new name and gender, the popularity of the name Caitlyn plummeted more than any other baby name, according to Social Security’s annual list of the most popular baby names. In fact, the four … Continue reading

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Seacoast Republican Women to host FLAG’s Nick Adams

PORTSMOUTH — The Seacoast Republican Women’s annual spring luncheon May 17 will feature special guest speaker Nick Adams, founder and executive director of the Foundation for Liberty and American Greatness, or FLAG.Adams’ organization is dedicated to promoting American exceptionalism and … Continue reading

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Democratic Party in chaos

The American political landscape is a mess, in large part because one of our two major political parties is not only in chaos, but has absolutely no sense of its identity.This party is in complete disarray, lacking leadership, vision and … Continue reading

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Pirate Party looking for candidates for office

The Pirate Party is looking for a few good candidates for elected office — eye patches and parrots not required.Still on the fringes of the political spectrum in the U.S. and most other places, the movement which claims chapters in … Continue reading

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NOW Seacoast Online Cares About Public Education?

Per the article below, the editor at Seacoastonline.com suggests that the Education Commissioner must NOW be kept in check. Really? NOW they want to keep a close eye on the Commissioner of Education in New Hampshire? … Commissioner Edelblut has made … Continue reading

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NH House Blocks Food Stamp Reform

An effort to restrict the use of food stamps in New Hampshire won’t be moving forward this year.A House committee retained the bill Tuesday, meaning it won’t be voted on this session. The decision comes after the Senate endorsed the … Continue reading

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Steve Marchand to Speak on Marijuana Legalization ​​

A growing number of states have legalized the recreational use of marijuana, including Colorado, Washington, Massachusetts, and Maine. Should New Hampshire follow suit?Steve Marchand, former mayor of Portsmouth and recently declared Democratic candidate for governor, will argue that the Granite … Continue reading

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