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Strafford NH News Stories

NH June jobless rate is sixth lowest in country Latest U-6 'labor ...
ROCHESTER — The unadjusted June 2014 unemployment rate for New Hampshire was 4.3 percent, a decrease of 0.1 percent from the May rate, which remained at 4.4 percent after revision, according to figures released by New Hampshire Employment ... Foster's Daily Democrat [ story ]

Health insurance fair set for Aug. 14
The “Get Covered” event invites all in the community who are interested in becoming insured to come in and explore new insurance options made possible by the New Hampshire Health Protection Plan as well as plans available through the Affordable Care ... Foster's Daily Democrat [ story ]

Art Notes: New Art Gallery Opens in Windsor
She does not accept or show any work made outside New England, and focuses on artists in Vermont and New Hampshire. She may not personally care for a particular work of art, but recognizes that owning a gallery means embracing techniques and ... Valley News [ story ]

Wells man drawn as crossword winner
ROCHESTER — A dozen or so people from around the Seacoast area and beyond managed to meet New Hampshire's toughest challenge, the Baldface Books Prize Puzzle, this month, and the drawn winner is long-time solver Carl Damuth of Wells, Maine. ... Bonnie ... Foster's Daily Democrat [ story ]

Jury selection starts Nov. 10 in Polley trial
DOVER, N.H. — A trial date has been set for a longtime Liberty Mutual employee who was indicted on 52 counts of child pornography possession at Strafford County Superior Court earlier this year. Jury selection in the state's case against David Polley ... Foster's Daily Democrat [ story ]

Strafford County rents among highest in NH
DOVER — The New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority has released its annual “Residential Rental Cost Survey” and to no surprise, rental costs across the state have increased, leaving Strafford County with one of the highest rent costs in New Hampshire ... Foster's Daily Democrat [ story ]

Man indicted in baby formula theft
Dillon Johnson, of 640 Poverty Hill Road, Hill, N.H., allegedly tried to steal more than $1,000 worth of baby formula from Rochester Walmart on April 24, police said. The day of the incident, police charged him with willful concealment, which was a ... Foster's Daily Democrat [ story ]

June NH home sales surpass 2005 record
June was a bright spot for the New Hampshire residential housing market. In fact, June residential sales jumped to 1,586, the most the state has seen since 2005 and a 7 percent increase over the same time last year. The cherry on top: a median price ... New Hampshire Business Review [ story ]

NH Judge Rejects Voter Law
In making a preliminary order permanent, Strafford County Superior Court Judge Brian Tucker said the law added language to voter registration forms that was a “confusing and unreasonable description of (existing) law” and was “unduly restrictive.”. Valley News [ story ]

Replicas of 19th century ships to sail off Seacoast
This week's 2014 Sail Portsmouth event will showcase a bit of nautical history on the Seacoast, with public tours and sails of replica 19th-century ships and a Friday boat parade featuring numerous local boats, cannon salutes and ceremonies at the ... The Union Leader [ story ]

NH June jobless rate is sixth lowest in country Latest U-6 'labor ...
ROCHESTER — The unadjusted June 2014 unemployment rate for New Hampshire was 4.3 percent, a decrease of 0.1 percent from the May rate, which remained at 4.4 percent after revision, according to figures released by New Hampshire Employment ... Foster's Daily Democrat [ story ]

Health insurance fair set for Aug. 14
The “Get Covered” event invites all in the community who are interested in becoming insured to come in and explore new insurance options made possible by the New Hampshire Health Protection Plan as well as plans available through the Affordable Care ... Foster's Daily Democrat [ story ]

Art Notes: New Art Gallery Opens in Windsor
She does not accept or show any work made outside New England, and focuses on artists in Vermont and New Hampshire. She may not personally care for a particular work of art, but recognizes that owning a gallery means embracing techniques and ... Valley News [ story ]

Wells man drawn as crossword winner
ROCHESTER — A dozen or so people from around the Seacoast area and beyond managed to meet New Hampshire's toughest challenge, the Baldface Books Prize Puzzle, this month, and the drawn winner is long-time solver Carl Damuth of Wells, Maine. ... Bonnie ... Foster's Daily Democrat [ story ]

Jury selection starts Nov. 10 in Polley trial
DOVER, N.H. — A trial date has been set for a longtime Liberty Mutual employee who was indicted on 52 counts of child pornography possession at Strafford County Superior Court earlier this year. Jury selection in the state's case against David Polley ... Foster's Daily Democrat [ story ]

Strafford County rents among highest in NH
DOVER — The New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority has released its annual “Residential Rental Cost Survey” and to no surprise, rental costs across the state have increased, leaving Strafford County with one of the highest rent costs in New Hampshire ... Foster's Daily Democrat [ story ]

Man indicted in baby formula theft
Dillon Johnson, of 640 Poverty Hill Road, Hill, N.H., allegedly tried to steal more than $1,000 worth of baby formula from Rochester Walmart on April 24, police said. The day of the incident, police charged him with willful concealment, which was a ... Foster's Daily Democrat [ story ]

June NH home sales surpass 2005 record
June was a bright spot for the New Hampshire residential housing market. In fact, June residential sales jumped to 1,586, the most the state has seen since 2005 and a 7 percent increase over the same time last year. The cherry on top: a median price ... New Hampshire Business Review [ story ]

NH Judge Rejects Voter Law
In making a preliminary order permanent, Strafford County Superior Court Judge Brian Tucker said the law added language to voter registration forms that was a “confusing and unreasonable description of (existing) law” and was “unduly restrictive.”. Valley News [ story ]

Replicas of 19th century ships to sail off Seacoast
This week's 2014 Sail Portsmouth event will showcase a bit of nautical history on the Seacoast, with public tours and sails of replica 19th-century ships and a Friday boat parade featuring numerous local boats, cannon salutes and ceremonies at the ... The Union Leader [ story ]

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