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13-year-old Haverhill girl missing
Police are asking for help finding Kandhri Baker. A 13-year-old girl from Haverhill is missing, and police are seeking help finding her. Kandhri Baker was last seen near the Boys and Girls Club on Emerson Street and Bailey Boulevard, city police said on Facebook Tuesday. She was wearing a black T-shirt and spandex shorts with a white zip-up. She is 5-foot-1 and 130 pounds.
Why Takeout Station closed its doors in Exeter after only six months
EXETER — After only six months of operation, the Takeout Station offering “good eats off the rails” has run out of steam. The walk-up restaurant at the train station in downtown Exeter announced the closure on its Facebook page.Owner K.C. Cargill and chef Brian Colford opened the take-out restaurant at 64 Lincoln St. in November with the goal of bringing train-goers something more than the average fast-food joint. The menu included Puff the Magic Dragon with Korean dragon spiced chicken, slaw, lemon-cilantro aioli on a sesame bun and the Off the Rails Turkey Melt with turkey, cheddar, avocado, sweet onions, chipotle and bacon.
WATCH: Black Bear Invades New England Bakery and Devours 60 Cupcakes
Editor's note: This article was written by a Townsquare Media Northern New England contributor and may contain the individual's views, opinions, or personal experiences. Look. Who among us hasn’t raced down the hall when we heard there were free cupcakes?. This naughty impulse plagues not just humans, but bears...
Massachusetts State Police Announce Sobriety Checkpoint This Friday, 6/2
In their ongoing effort to further educate motorists and strengthen the need to detect and remove those drivers who operate under the influence from our roads and highways, the Massachusetts State Police(MSP) has announced another sobriety checkpoint for this coming Friday, June 2nd into Saturday, June 3rd. According to a...
Do You Know the Story Behind This Mysterious Graveyard in Portsmouth, New Hampshire?
We’ve all been there. You’re walking through the woods, just minding your own business, and you come across a mysterious, unmarked mass grave. Actually, in New Hampshire, it happens more than you’d think. Not necessarily because weird things happen here, but cause of the state’s long history dating back to the Colonial Era.
Haverhill Police looking for an endangered juvenile last seen getting on the bus
Kandhri Baker, a 13-year-old girl from Haverhill has been reported missing and endangered on Tuesday. Police say she was last seen getting on the bus to the Boys and Girls Club from JG Whittier.
Market Square Day celebration and 10K bigger than ever in honor of Portsmouth's 400th
PORTSMOUTH — Pro Portsmouth unveiled the 46th annual Market Square Day Festival and 10K Road Race logo on May 24 at Atlantic Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine. Market Square Day takes place this year on Saturday, June 10 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. According to Executive Director, Barbara Massar, holding the press conference at...
The 21 Best Seafood Restaurants in New Hampshire
You ever realize you’ve been cheating on a restaurant? How about two?. Not long ago, someone asked me what my favorite seafood restaurant on the Seacoast was, and without hesitation, I replied The Beach Plum in North Hampton. It’s been a staple of any trip to North Hampton State Beach for as long as I can remember, and it wouldn’t be summer without lunch from the Beach Plum.
Winnacunnet girls to play for program's first tennis state championship since 1999
HAMPTON – For the first time in almost a quarter of a century, the Winnacunnet High School girls tennis team will play for a state championship. The second-seeded Warriors, thanks to the No. 3 doubles team of Amelia Dumont and Grace VandeEls, outlasted No. 3 Souhegan, 5-4 on Tuesday in a Division II semifinal.
Meet Traip Academy's co-valedictorians, top students in Class of 2023
KITTERY, Maine — Traip Academy has announced the co-valedictorians and Latin honor students from the Class of 2023. Commencement exercises will be held Friday, June 9 at 5 p.m. at Fort Foster Park. In the event of inclement weather, commencement will be held in the Traip Academy gymnasium. The commencement address will be given by Vice Adm. Sandy Stosz (retired), the first woman assigned as deputy commandant for Mission Support, directing one of the Coast Guard’s largest enterprises. A ticket is required for admission to the ceremony.
After medical emergency leaves family homeless, Portsmouth organization gives them new start
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — An allergic reaction in 2019 started a spiral for a Seacoast mother and her family, and after losing their home, they're getting a fresh start with the help of a Portsmouth organization. Five years ago, Nicole Phung suffered a severe allergic reaction. "Mom was crying for...
Jumpy Dogs Threatened at Kittery, Maine, Park
🔴 A person threatened to shoot dogs who jumped on them, and was reported to police. 🔴 Police got into a standoff with someone who did not make the threats. 🔴 Unleashed dogs are allowed in the park before 10 a.m. A person who threatened to shoot...
An Open Letter as a Moped Driver in Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Don’t Be a Jerk
Driving a moped, scooter, or E-bike is a phenomenal means of transportation in certain towns and cities like Portsmouth and Dover, New Hampshire, Newburyport, Massachusetts, Ogunquit, Maine, and more. For all the reasons that you should own one, click here. While they are phenomenal "vehicles" if you want have fun...
Rte. 1 Motorists To Learn Patience
REGIONAL – If you travel Rte. 1 between Rowley and Salisbury, you are getting a totally rebuilt roadway by March of 2025. But getting there for the next two years may be a bit painful. Starting this month, traffic will be slowed while the state Department of Transportation (MassDOT) resurfaces and makes other improvements to the busy highway.
How Portsmouth's first Market Square Day in 1978 came together like a 'miracle'
PORTSMOUTH — Monika Aring remembers sitting in her car, praying the rain would stop before the first Market Square Day dawned. It did, and the rest is history. "It was a magical day," the festival's founder said of June 10, 1978. "The square was totally crammed full of people. The chamber of commerce had said nobody would come downtown." ...
Memorial Day crowds kick off first major weekend for Hampton Beach businesses
HAMPTON, N.H. — The weather for Memorial Day in New England can be hit or miss, so getting such incredible weather early on in the season is pretty lucky. Jared Haas is from New York but this Memorial Day, he joined in on his friends' annual beach trip to New Hampshire.
‘George Clooney’ Does Not Work for the Town of Kittery, Maine
🔴 A letter from "Senior Planner George Clooney" seeks payment of a non-existent fee. 🔴 A penalty of $150 per day is threatened in the letter. George Clooney has played a number of roles over the years, but "senior planner" for the Town of Kittery is not one of them.
Seacoast exhibits, visiting ships and lambs: Community news update
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Peace Treaty Forum has created a new display of documents and artifacts that expands the story of the treaty exhibit first created for the 100th anniversary in 2005. The exhibition runs through Oct. 9, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, at the Portsmouth Historical Society’s John Paul Jones House Museum at 43 Middle St.
Why more Pride parades are popping up in Massachusetts' small cities
On a blindingly bright morning, Paul Goldberg looked up a main street in downtown Newburyport, pointing out the route he helped plan for the small city's first Pride parade. This Saturday, the inaugural event will step off from the old court house. “We’ll walk down Green Street to the end,”...
Airports Have Become Accidental Wildlife Sanctuaries
Some states’ last grassland bird populations live and breed only in the lawns next to taxiways and runways.
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