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  • November 8, 2012
  • Photo Features: November 8, 2012 Posted 528 days ago
  • October 25, 2012
  • Photo Features: October 25, 2012 Posted 542 days ago
  • October 18, 2012
  • Photo Features: October 18, 2012 Posted 549 days ago
  • October 11, 2012
  • The Pumpkin Patch

    Exeter United Methodist Church invites you to go Pumpkin Picking! There will be a wonderful assortment with small to extra large pumpkins to choose from. The pumpkins are sold by size (not weight) and are very reasonably priced. In 2011 they were able to help some local families with fuel assistance. Pumpkins will be arriving on Sat., October 13, at 9:00 a.m. The Pumpkin Patch will be open Mon.-Sat., 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. and Sun., from 12:00-6:00 p.m. at Exeter United Methodist Church, 307 Epping Road (Rt. 27), in Exeter. For more information, call 772-6625 or visit

    Photo Features: October 11, 2012 Posted 556 days ago
  • October 4, 2012
  • Photo Features: October 4, 2012 Posted 563 days ago
  • September 26, 2012
  • New Location

    A Better You Hypnosis Center, located at 85 Stiles Road in Salem, celebrated the opening of a new location with a ribbon cutting, courtesy of the Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce. A Better You Hypnosis Center has been serving the public for over 14 years to end bad habits to be healthier and happier, reduce stress and anxiety, improve sports and academic performance, relieve emotional and physical symptoms and much more. Certified in Pediatric Hypnosis, Life Coaching and Advanced Hypnotherapy, the results of Tom Nicoli’s work have been seen on Dateline NBC, Shape magazine and major radio and newspapers internationally. A Better You Hypnosis Center has customized, individual programs and offers seminars and presentations to groups, small or large, by request. All sessions are by appointment only. The Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce is a partnership of business and professional individuals working together to build a healthy economy and improve the community’s quality of life. The chamber is organized to achieve the purposes of representing the concerns of business people on town, county, state and national and international legislation and political affairs, addressing issues and controversies which affect the expansion of growth of businesses and communities within its trade area; and affirming and promoting the retail, commercial, industrial, educational, financial, and civic interests of the chamber’s service/trade area. Pictured above, left to right, are: front row - Beverly Donovan, Grubb & Ellis | Northern New England, Regina Andler, Nature Made Simple, Sharon Riley, Party Girl Events & Promotions, Tom Nicoli, owner, Judy Del Valle-Webb, North Broadway Optical, and Donna Morris, Executive Director of The Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce; back row, Kerry McKenna of the Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce and Kevin Collins, Pentucket Bank.

    Photo Features: September 27, 2012 Posted 571 days ago
  • September 20, 2012
  • The Livin' is Easy

    The tune, “Summertime and the Livin' is Easy” was one of the many old-time favorites played by the Timberlane Community Brass Band during a concert held at the Kimball Library in Atkinson. One courtyard observer stated that the weather was perfect and so were the musicians.

    Photo Features: September 20, 2012 Posted 577 days ago
  • September 13, 2012
  • Aid to the Elderly

    "Aid to the Elderly" was this year's theme for all charitable and fund raising programs volunteered by the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Haverhill office, servicing southern NH and the Merrimack Valley of MA. A percentage of every financial transaction is donated to serve the community needs. This year the associates also held luncheons, collected food for pantries, and sold crafts to achieve their goals. Receiving a check for distribution is Kingston Police Chief Donald Briggs from Coldwell Banker agent Cindy Alberts, and administrators Cheri Butler and Ann Marie Mason.

    Photo Features: September 13, 2012 Posted 584 days ago
  • September 6, 2012
  • Sandown Enjoys Success

    For Sandown Lions Club members, its time to sit back, relax and enjoy their success. Sandown Lions hosted the 18th annual Yard Sale/Flea Market at Sandown Town Hall on Main Street, with bargains galore. The community responded as they always have for Lion charities. Above are, seated, Fred Soule and Arthur Green. Standing Ray Kane, and Bob Davidson. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

    Photo Features: September 6, 2012 Posted 591 days ago
  • August 30, 2012
  • Exeter Farmers Market

    Sandown resident Kirsten Cogan, pictured above, is a fan of goin' green at the Exeter Farmers Market at Swasey Parkway. Enjoy the music and entertainment on the riverway as well as vegetables, canned and jar goods, and fresh cut flowers as Kirsten has done.

    Photo Features: August 30, 2012 Posted 597 days ago

New England News
  • Frederick J. King, 74

    Newton, NH and Peabody — Frederick Joseph King, 74, of Newton, N.H., and formerly of Peabody, husband and best friend of Joyce (Dempsey) King, with whom he celebrated 50 years of marriage, passed away peacefully after a long and courageous battle with cancer, on Friday July 12, 2013, at the Merrimack Valley Hospital in Haverhill.

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  • Amy Rondeau

    Raymond, NH — Amy Anne Rondeau, 40, died suddenly on June 29, 2013, at Catholic Medical Center in Manchester, N.H. She was born on August 3, 1972, in Exeter, N.H., and grew up in Raymond. She was a 1990 graduate of Trinity High School in Manchester, N.H., and earned a Bachelor’s Degree from American Intercontinental University. She was formerly employed as a Home Health Aid, Customer Service Rep at Path Labs in Portsmouth, N.H., and as an LNA phlebotomist in Florida and at the Elliot Hospital in Manchester. Most recently, Amy held various Customer Service roles in Southern, New Hampshire. Formerly of Brentwood, N.H., she spent 2 years in Florida and also resided in Goffstown, N.H., before moving to Manchester a year ago. A loving mother, she was an exceptional caregiver to her patients and foster children. She loved children, was an avid reader and enjoyed canoeing. She is survived by her parents, Debbie and Kerry Frazier of Raymond, N.H.; her son, Jesse Rondeau; two daughters, Brittany Rondeau of Manchester, N.H., and Ashley Rondeau of Goffstown, N.H.; her adopted daughter, Wendy Lemelin of Goffstown, N.H.; her brother, Robert Frazier of Louisiana; her grandparents, Marvin and Nancy Diamond of Kissimmee, Fla., and Cosby, Tenn.; her granduncle, Wallace York of Columbia, S.C.; three aunts and several cousins. She was predeceased by her grandson, Anthony James Rondeau and was joyously awaiting the birth of her granddaughter, Audrey Rose O’Brien in September.

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  • Christopher Charles George

    Formerly of Atkinson — Christopher Charles George, 37, of Carbondale, Colo., formerly of Atkinson, N.H. and No. Andover, died unexpectedly on Tuesday, May 28, 2013.

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  • Dorothy R. (Wechezak) Stiebitz, 76

    Atkinson, NH — Dorothy R. (Wechezak) Stiebitz, 76, of Atkinson, N.H., passed away Thursday, June 27, at her residence. She is survived by her husband, Walter P. Stiebitz; daughters, Sheryl L. and her husband, Christopher Chalmers, of E. Hampstead, N.H., Rachel V. and her husband, Stephen McClary, of Framingham, Mass., Deborah A. and her husband, David Roberts, of Grapevine, Ark., Lori Brown and her husband, James, Shari Markey and her husband, Peter, Heidi Mallett and her husband, John, and Michael and his wife, Patricia; sisters, Phyllis Pienta of Rockville, Md., and Arlene Wechezak of Anacortes, Wash.; grandchildren, Jackson, Adam and Spencer Chalmers, Olivia and Elle McClary, Brian Roberts, Gregory Brown, Matthew, Christopher and Nicole Mallett; as well as many nieces, nephews and great-grandchildren.

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  • Helen A. Johnson, 55

    Kingston, NH — Helen Ann Johnson, 55, died unexpectedly on June 18, 2013, at her home in Kingston, N.H.

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