EPPING — Selectmen will bring the question of whether to dissolve the Water and Sewer Commission to the voters this March, after a sometimes-contentious session Monday night.The board voted 3-2 to bring the issue to voters, with Mike Yergeau, Cody Belanger and Chairman Adam Munguia in the affirmative and Bob Jordan and Tom Dwyer in the … Continue reading Epping selectmen to ask voters to disband Water and Sewer Commission
EPPING — Portsmouth patrol officer Thompson "T. J." Potter of Epping was recognized by U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan on Friday as the November "Granite Stater of the Month," for his work raising funds to send students "from traditionally underserved backgrounds" to summer camp, the senator's office announced.Potter's goal was to raise $5,000 to send five … Continue reading Hassan honors Potter as 'Granite Stater of the Month'
EXETER — In the months leading up to New Hampshire's First in the Nation Presidential Primary in 2020, the Rockingham County Democrats will host a series of meet and greet events with declared and prospective Democratic presidential candidates.The next meet and greet will feature Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii Sunday, Dec. 2 at 3:30 p.m. at … Continue reading Rockingham Dems to host Rep. Gabbard
CONCORD — It took two extra weeks, and some last-minute recount drama, but Democratic state Senate candidate Jon Morgan defeated first-term Republican incumbent Sen. William Gannon in a mostly GOP dominated district that stretches from Exeter west to Epping and Chester.According to a recount performed Tuesday by the New Hampshire Secretary of State's office, Morgan … Continue reading Recount upholds Morgan’s Senate win
EXETER — Craft beer drinkers in town are losing a favorite destination right in their backyard with the announcement that Neighborhood Beer Co. is closing Saturday, just after its third anniversary.In a Facebook post Tuesday, the brewery at 156 Epping Road announced it was shutting down effective at 10 p.m. Saturday, but will be pouring pints … Continue reading Last call for Neighborhood Beer Co. of Exeter
EPPING — Epping voters picked a Republican and a Democrat to represent them in the N.H. House.Democrat Mark Vallone was the top vote-getter with 1,691 votes in the four-way race for two seats in Tuesday's election. Republican Sean Morrison won the second seat with 1,539 votes.Republican Michael Vose came in third with 1,433, followed by … Continue reading Vallone, Morrison win Epping NH House seats