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NEWBURYPORT — A New Hampshire man is scheduled to be arraigned in Newburyport District Court after local police say he stole almost $3,500 worth of cosmetics from two stores within an hour in June.

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WINDHAM — It’s been 150 years of celebrating community and residents’ love of reading.

LONDONDERRY — Police say a local man was likely impaired by drugs when he threw bags of stolen ice at strangers, challenged an officer to a fight, and eventually required sedation outside of CVS Pharmacy in Londonderry.

WINDHAM — A three-car crash last week sent one woman to the hospital after her vehicle and two others collided on Haverhill Road.

Co-owners of a New Hampshire asbestos abatement company were sentenced Tuesday in federal court in Boston for making false statements to employee pension plans, according to an announcement from Acting Massachusetts U.S. District Attorney Nathaniel Mendell.

WINDHAM — Students are welcome to wear masks as the new school year gets underway this week, but face coverings are not required by school officials.


As school gets moving again and students are back in the classroom, area athletic fields are also filled with back-to-school energy.

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Lauren Gaudette’s passion for football was born during seemingly endless hours in a hospital bed.


WINDHAM — Project Blackout, a nonprofit dedicated to raising pediatric cancer awareness in New England communities through grassroots events and athletics, announced that six schools will be hosting Blackout Cancer games this year.

WINDHAM —Businesses and neighborhoods in an area of Wall Street and International Drive were kept on alert for several hours on July 19 while police officers patrolled the area for most of the day, after an armed man was reportedly pacing nearby.

CONCORD — A three-week forensic study of Windham’s election results has confirmed the accuracy of a state recount of the Rockingham District 7 state representative race, according to a report released from the Forensic Election Audit Team.


WINDHAM — It  was a time to celebrate the students who will be entering kindergarten this fall.

WINDHAM — Debate over plans to build a 93,000-square-foot self-storage facility on Ledge Road will continue into a fourth year after a recent order from the New Hampshire Supreme Court.


WINDHAM — Ethan Kjersgard, Windham High School class president, dispensed with offering his graduating class advice about their future, and instead reflected on the challenges they overcame during the pandemic and on their many accomplishments.

BOSTON – A New Hampshire roofing contractor pleaded guilty in federal court for failing to report income from his roofing and siding business to the Internal Revenue Service, according to a statement from the Department of Justice.


WINDHAM — It was the interview of a lifetime — not only for Alexandra Barker, but for her native Brazil.

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WINDHAM — Rohan Rai, a member of the Windham High School class of 2021 will be inducted into the U.S. Naval Academy at the end of June.

PEMBROKE —  As the forensic audit analyzing Windham's results from the Nov. 3 election enters its third week, audit officials are continuing to search for what caused major discrepancies between town numbers and those of a state recount. 

PEMBROKE — The second week of Windham’s forensic election audit process started Monday with cameras watching every move of officials and volunteers to make sure the work is transparent and available for all to watch.

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WINDHAM — This month, the Town of Windham received grants from the Windham Endowment for Community Advancement totaling as much as $25,500 toward restoration projects at the Searles School and Chapel, Moeckel Pond and Indian Rock.

WINDHAM — Judge Marguerite Wageling made clear to a 25-year-old Windham man in court that his repeated behavior of abusing women cannot continue.

WINDHAM —  A fire that damaged a home on Goldenbrook/Rockingham Road last Saturday night remains under investigation.

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WINDHAM — An Army veteran and his family will be getting a new home thanks to an organization known for its service and support.

WINDHAM — An upcoming forensic audit of Windham's vote tallies from the Nov. 3 election has caught the eye of the nation and a former president of the United States.

WINDHAM —The town has chosen its official representative to help get answers about what happened with vote tally discrepancies after the general election last November.

WINDHAM — The town is moving closer to getting answers about what happened with vote tally discrepancies after the general election last November, and will be putting experts in place to help support that mission.

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