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Food Truck Friday: North Shore Beefie Boys

IPSWICH -- Peter Nikolakopoulus says he has roast beef running through his veins. He basically grew up in the restaurant industry."[My parents] wanted us to do everything but the restaurant business. You know I went to college, I was a financial adviser after college but it's in my blood. I've been making roast beef sandwiches since I was 12," Nikolakopoulus said.His food truck, North Shore Beefie Boys, is a play on the popular 80s rap group.The beef was Peter's passion. So he dove into the deep waters of the North Shore and roast beef sandwiches. The Beefie Boys food truck...
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Motorcyclist Struck by Car on Route 125 in Plaistow, NH

A motorcyclist was seriously injured early Friday morning when he was struck by a driver charged with drunk driving on Route 125 in Plaistow. Matthew Wilson, 28, of Haverhill was driving south around 12:30 a.m. near the Plaza 125 shopping plaza when he was struck by a northbound vehicle making a left turn, according to Plaistow Police.
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New Hampshire expands Medicaid to include dental benefits for adults

CONCORD, N.H. — After years of debate at the State House in Concord, New Hampshire is expanding Medicaid to include dental benefits for adults. Supporters said the move is a win-win for public health and taxpayers over the long term. Gov. Chris Sununu signed into law Friday a dental...

Man facing drug charges arrested with 70 pounds of marijuana outside court

NEWBURYPORT – A Maine man who was appearing on drug charges was arrested Wednesday while leaving Newburyport District Court and found with more than 70 pounds of marijuana in his SUV.Yves Duboc was in court on charges of driving without a license and possession of more than one pound of marijuana. He was released on personal recognizance with a condition he doesn't drive until properly licensed. Massachusetts State Police Trooper Michael Provost was working as court officer throughout the day. At the end of proceedings, Provost saw Duboc leaving the parking lot, driving in his Toyota SUV with Florida plates. Provost pulled the Maine man over and arrested him on a charge of operating without a license.While searching Duboc's SUV, the trooper found a total of 70 pounds of marijuana and 20 pounds of marijuana extract, along with other drug paraphernalia. That led to a new charge of trafficking in marijuana."He was one court appearance short of a hat trick. But two in the same court on the same day is still pretty unique," State Police said in a statement. 

Victim of motorcycle crash in Pennsylvania identified as New Hampshire woman

PITTSBURGH — Pennsylvania State Police are identifying a motorcyclist killed in a crash involving two tractor-trailers as a woman from Salem. Investigators said Amy Freeman was riding on Interstate 80 when a tractor-trailer became disabled and was struck by a second semi. The disabled tractor-trailer then collided with Freeman's...

Viewers' Choice 2022: Best ice cream in New Hampshire

Ice cream is a tasty treat, especially during the summer, so we wanted to know where to find the best ice cream in New Hampshire. Viewers say the friendly staff at Sundae Drive serve up tasty ice cream. 4. Lago's Ice Cream in Rye. Many viewers say they love the...

Kelly’s Roast Beef Coming to Salem

Kelly’s Roast Beef has recently signed a commitment with three franchisee partners to build up to 43 units with an additional six restaurants within the greater New England area including Salem. “Kelly’s Roast Beef has been a staple within the Boston community for over 70 years. During that time,...

Tuscan Village welcomes Mass. General Brigham and The Container Store this fall

Salem, NH New Tuscan Village tenants include New Hampshire’s first The Container Store slated for this holiday season, Nike, Chick-Fil-A, T-Mobile and Xfinity, Crumbl Cookies, and Bennett’s Sandwich Shop. “At Tuscan Village our guest experience is our number one priority, we want to provide our community the best...

Report: Racial slurs used in Georgetown-Roxbury football brawl

GEORGETOWN -- An independent investigation into a violent fight between Georgetown High School and Roxbury Prep High School's football teams last September revealed that Georgetown players did use racial slurs against Roxbury Prep players.On September 17 of last year, an on-field brawl broke out during the third quarter of the game between the two teams.After a four-month investigation, former federal prosecutor Giselle Joffre found four Georgetown students hurled racial slurs towards Roxbury Prep players during the game. Two of the students were players and two were spectators in the stands.The investigation also concluded that game officials, as well as Georgetown High administrators and coaches, didn't address the complaints about the slurs fast enough."This failure allowed rising tensions during the game to escalate into an on-field fight in the third quarter," the investigation said.The report stated that while Roxbury Prep's coaches did try to encourage their players to stay calm and focus on the game, they also yelled at officials, saying calls were made against the team because of their race. During the actual fight, Roxbury coaches physically removed some Georgetown players during the brawl. 

Rye police search for man reported missing earlier this week

RYE, N.H. — Police in Rye said Friday they are looking for a man who was last seen Monday. Dana Wise, 64, was last seen at about 5:30 a.m. Monday morning at his home, and he was reported missing Tuesday, police said. His family said Wise suffers from seizures...

The Brook is Now America’s Largest Charity Casino

Following a multi-year, multi-million dollar expansion and remodel, The Brook is now America’s largest charity casino. The former Seabrook Greyhound Park in Seabrook has been transformed into a 90,000 square-foot casino entertainment center. In May, The Brook was the first casino in New England to debut historical horse racing...