After many years of working for others in the restaurant business, Andrea Tierney and Mickey McDermot teamed up to open their own diner in Epping, but it's more than just a place for down-home cooking and chit chat with local folks.
They've all chosen different paths, but the 62 graduates in Epping High School's Class of 2018 were told to always follow their passions, pursue their dreams, and take risks along the way.
EPPING — Katie Closs will be the first to admit that the class of young adults she advised wasn't the most organized."They didn't even pick up their prom tickets until the day of," she told a chuckling crowd at the commencement exercises Friday night.But they pulled it together when it counted, and the Class of … Continue reading Epping grads take the next step
Rebecca Milbury, valedictorianParents: Erin Milbury and Matt MilburyCollege attending: University of New HampshireMajor: Business (Paul Scholar/Honors) Keelin Berger, salutatorianParents: Aveen Kenny Berger and Jeffrey BergerCollege attending: Rensselaer Polytechnic InstituteMajor: Environmental [...]
An Epping woman will spend at least the next 20 years behind bars for abusing a homeless mother's 18-month-old twin boys, leaving one partially blind.
BRENTWOOD — An Epping woman convicted of physically abusing two twin boys under her care will serve 20 to 40 years in state prison.Jami Castine, 29, was sentenced Friday at Rockingham Superior Court to two consecutive 10- to 20-year state prison terms.Castine was convicted March 30 on three first-degree assault charges and one second-degree assault charge … Continue reading Epping woman gets 20 to 40 years for abusing twin toddlers