Vose defeats Andrews for Epping state rep. seat

EPPING -- Republican Michael Vose is Epping's newest State Representative, having defeated Democrat Naomi Andrews by 74 votes.The final tally in Tuesday's Special Election to fill the seat of Sean Morrison, who resigned in May, was 880 for Vose and 806 for Andrews.The turnout was steady all day, according to Selectman Chair Adam Munguia, who … Continue reading Vose defeats Andrews for Epping state rep. seat

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350NH holds rally against Granite Bridge gas pipeline

EXETER — Opponents of the proposed Granite Bridge pipeline held signs and rallied Saturday in front of the old Town Hall.The effort led by 350NH pushed back against Liberty Utilities' proposed 27-mile, 16-inch liquefied natural gas pipeline from Manchester to Exeter. The project would include a 150- to 170-foot high, 200-foot diameter tank capable of storing 2 billion … Continue reading 350NH holds rally against Granite Bridge gas pipeline

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Sawbelly Brewing and Eatery coming to Exeter

EXETER — Dave Dalton, who once sold home brewing supplies out of his family liquor store in Massachusetts, said he always had a passion for brewing homemade beer. He just needed to find a place of his own to brew it.With the help of longtime customer, Jim Stilian and his wife Diane, along with Dalton's sister, … Continue reading Sawbelly Brewing and Eatery coming to Exeter

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Olde Epping: Boston Post Cane tradition continues today

The Boston Post Cane was without a doubt the best advertising strategy or gimmick in a major newspaper's history. Due to the times, the Boston Post in 1909 needed some kind of boost to increase their sales. They came up with the idea of creating the Boston Post Cane.The cane was to be given to … Continue reading Olde Epping: Boston Post Cane tradition continues today

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