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Find Greenland in the News at Seacoast Online the online version of the Portsmouth Herald

Greenland students get lesson in baking, charity (Portsmouth Herald, December 1, 2010)

Greenland veterans sell trees, wreaths (Portsmouth Herald, November 30, 2010)

Greenland's Tucker family recalls daughter's miracle survival (Portsmouth Herald, November 26, 2010)

Vacancy at Weeks House (Portsmouth Herald, November 26, 2010)

Craft fair, pie fest Sunday in Greenland (Portsmouth Herald,  November 19, 2010)

Greenland library receives $2K (Portsmouth Herald, November 17, 2010)

Greenland seeks to regionalize advanced life support service with Portsmouth (Portsmouth Herald, November 14, 2010

Route 33's future at stake in Greenland zoning talks (Portsmouth Herald, November 13, 2010)

Shining 'Knights' gives $2K to New Generation shelter (Portsmouth Herald November 10,2010)

Greenland capital plan on agenda (Portsmouth Herald,  November 4, 2010

Posh Travel honeymoon trip scores win on 'Today' show (Portsmouth Herald, Oct 1, 2010)

Portsmouth Little Leaguers ready for TV audience (Portsmouth Herald, August 11, 2010)

Portsmouth LL rebounds with win over Maine (Portsmouth Herald, August 9, 2010)

Learning from the past: What a Seacoast oil spill would look like (Portsmouth Herald, August 7, 2010)

Rochester's Rider, Greenland's King finish first at Hussey 5K (Portsmouth Herald, July 18, 2010)

Police grants awarded for on-road enforcement in Greenland ( Portsmouth Herald, July 16, 2010)

Yankee Utlralight Flyers Club fly-in this week in Greenland (Portsmouth Herald, July 10, 2010)

New businesses to open in Greenland (Portsmouth Herald, June 24, 2010)

Winnicut Dam delay blamed on contractor's bankruptcy (Portsmouth Herald, June 23, 2010)

Greenland girls rally for U12 Fastpitch title (Portsmouth Herald, June 23, 2010)

Greenland accepts FEMA funds (Portsmouth Herald, June 22, 2010)

Greenland's Keenan wins second straight tennis singles championship (Portsmouth Herald, June 19, 2010)

Reign delay: Greenland's Keenan plays waiting game (Portsmouth Herald, June 18, 2010)

Bethany Church to hold yard sale for New Orleans youth mission (Portsmouth Herald, June 17, 2010)

Greenland Summer concert begins June 24 (Portsmouth Herald, June 16, 2010)

Defending champ Keenan advances in NHIAA tennis (Portsmouth Herald, June 15, 2010)

Greenland students turn imagination into fairy houses (Portsmouth Herald, May 17, 2010)

Weeks Brick House: Hidden history off Rt. 33 (Portsmouth Herald, May 15, 2010)

Rita Mae  Evans (Portsmouth Herald, April 7, 2010)

PHS student first to win Carson scholarship (Portsmouth Herald, April 2, 2010)

Geography whiz wins big (Portsmouth Herald, March 31, 2010)

Central School planning soup fest (Portsmouth Herald, March 31, 2010)

Seacoast Golf Club to host 2012 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship (Portsmouth Herald, March 30, 2010)

Greenland residents to get say on budget (Portsmouth Herald, February 9, 2010)

Greenland eyes form-based zoning for Rt. 33 (Portsmouth Herald, February 05, 2010)

Local BNI chapter helps Child Advocacy Center (Portsmouth Herald, February 02, 2010)

New faces in Greenland races  (Portsmouth Herald, January 30, 2010)

Light at the end of the tunnel for N.H. economy (Porstmouth Herald, January 27, 2010)

Customers check out new Lowe's in Greenland (Portsmouth Herald, January 09, 2010)

Lowe's of Greenland to open Friday (Portsmouth Herald,  January 6, 2010)

Fed funds support playground (Portsmouth Herald, November 2, 2009)

Greenland, Rye see higher tax rates (Portsmouth Herald, October 28, 2009)

Winnicut Dam removal celebrated (Portsmouth Herald, October 16, 2009)

Local woman sews 100 holiday stockings for soldiers overseas (Portsmouth Herald, October 13, 2009)

Greenland to study zoning changes for Route 33 (Portsmouth Herald, October 9, 2009)

Project leaves Winnicut River without a dam (Portsmouth Herald, October 6, 2009)

Banned-Book Talk at Weeks Public Library (Portsmouth Herald, October 1, 2009)

Honor system thefts close Greenland farm stands (Portsmouth Herald, September15, 2009)

Grieving families give back in the Jimmy fund walk (Portsmouth Herald, September 12, 2009)

Seacoast town administrators discuss the possibility of regionalized services (September 4, 2009)

Duke Chiropractor in Exeter focuses on children (Portsmouth Herald, September 1, 2009)

Residents express ire over delays in finishing Route 33 at Mall. (Portsmouth Herald, August 19, 2009)

Target supports New Generation (Portsmouth Herald, August 18, 2009)

Greenland Firm offers companies 'social marketing' stepping stone (Portsmouth Herald, August 07, 2009)

Portsmouth Country Club hosting New England Amateur (Portsmouth Herald, July 21, 2009)

King wins third straight 5K (Portsmouth Herald, July 21, 2009)

Greenland Target on target to open July 26 (Portsmouth Herald, July 18, 2009)

Posh Travel's honeymoon trip wins 'Today' show contest Portsmouth Herald, July 17, 2009)

Hussey festival unites town of Greenland (Portsmouth Herald, July 16, 2009)

CLF hails legislation to protect Great Bay (Portsmouth Herald, July 16, 2009)

New day spa brings African vibe to Seacoast (Portsmouth Herald, July 2, 2009)

Yankee Ultra Flyers to host Fly-in in Greenland (Portsmouth Herald, July 1, 2009)

Greenland deploys new alert system (Portsmouth Herald, June 25, 2009)

Greenland's Community Celebration/Hussey 5K in July (Portsmouth Herald, June 25, 2009)

Police investigate burglaries at two Seacoast country clubs (Portsmouth Herald, June 19, 2009)

Bracketts cottages stirs controversy once more in Greenland (Portsmouth Herald, June 18, 2009)

Beer Truck accident snarls Route 33 (Portsmouth Herald, June 16, 2009)

Greenland Carnival celebrates love of reading (Portsmouth Herald, June 12, 2009)

Nike USA sells it Greenland location (Portsmouth Herald, June 5, 2009)

Greenland's Vogt  joins Shaheen's small business advisory council (Portsmouth Herald, May 31, 2009)

Common Woe : Economy fells Greenland's Uncommon Room (Portsmouth Herald, May 16, 2009)

New Target in Greenland now hiring  (Portsmouth Herald, May 13, 2009)

April events at Greenland Library (Portsmouth Herald, April 6, 2009)

Direct Capitol helps shelter  (Portsmouth Herald, April 1, 2009)

Take a vacation and help local schools (Portsmouth Herald, March 29, 2009)

Greenland Club seeks nominations for citizens honors (Portsmouth Herald, March 2, 2009)

Greenland may hire maintenance person (Portsmouth Herald, February 24, 2009)

Greenland 2009 Ballot (Portsmouth Herald, February 22, 2009)

Thrift stores shut out toys because of lead (Portsmouth Herald, February 5, 2009)

Selectmen hopeful more reserve funds will help capitol plans (Portsmouth Herald, February 4, 2009)

Greenland candidates announced (Portsmouth Herald, February 02, 2009

Carlin/Aufiero (Portsmouth Herald, January 25, 2009)

Local economic forecast set  (Portsmouth Herald, January 19, 2009)

Greenland LaFamiglia's closes (Portsmouth Herald, January 10, 2009)

New mall in Greenland on schedule (Portsmouth Herald, January 2, 2009)

Snow adds to misery; more expected Sunday (Portsmouth Herald, December 20, 2008)

Jury scam: Don't let fear trick you into aiding thieves (Portsmouth Herald, December 17, 2008)

Truck carrying nitrogen ignites (Portsmouth Herald, December 8, 2008)

'Nice Man's' Funeral draws hundreds in Portsmouth (Portsmouth Herald, December 4, 2008)

Rye Airfield to host Pro-Riders in Wicked Jam (Portsmouth Herald, December 4, 2008)

Woman receives head wound in Route 33 Collision (Portsmouth Herald, December 3, 2008)

Two transported in three car crash  (Portsmouth Herald, December 1, 2008)

Great Bay teams with Canadian city (Portsmouth Herald, November 2, 2008)

Michael McKinstry joins Beswick (Portsmouth Herald, October 26, 2008)

Greenland police union petition withdrawn (Portsmouth Herald, September 16, 2008)

Planned Parenthood wins legal fees fight (Portsmouth Herald, September 06, 2008)

Charged fireman takes leave (Portsmouth Herald, August 29, 2008)

Richard W. Coombs (Portsmouth Herald, August 26, 2008)

SAU 50 teachers receive a pep talk (Portsmouth Herald, August 26, 2008)

Great Bay protector feted (Portsmouth Herald, August 23, 2008)

Dance studio open house (Portsmouth Herald, August 21, 2008)

Woman warns of poison berries (Portsmouth Herald, August 20, 2008)

Greenland union dispute gets hearing date (Portsmouth Herald, August 19, 2008)

Scholarship fund honors Dad (Porstmouth Herald, August 14, 2008)

One intersection, one day, three crashes (Portsmouth Herald, August 10, 2008)

Great Bay garners security award (Portsmouth Herald, August 10, 2008)

Relyco is shop recycling partner (Portsmouth Herald, August 10, 2008)

Selectmen to fight police plan for union (Portsmouth Herald, August 9, 2008)

Center has new owner (Portsmouth Herald, August 8, 2008)

Robert E. Pace (Portsmouth Herald, August 8, 2008)

Abusive animal owner's case moves to Superior Court ( Portsmouth Herald, August 5, 2008)

MaryAnn DiCarlo (Portsmouth Herald, August 5, 2008)

Agency wants dog taken from owner (Portsmouth Herald, August 4, 2008)

Rotary Grant aids children's shelter (Portsmouth Herald, August. 3, 2008)

Greenland Police file for union (Portsmouth Herald, July 29, 2008)

Greenland Central School honor roll (Portsmouth Herald, July 24, 2008

Deters-McCarthy leads local shelter (Portsmouth Herald, July 20, 2008)

Something for everyone (Portsmouth Herald, July 20, 2008)

Great Bay is in Great Danger (Portsmouth Herald, July 17, 2008)

Red Sox tickets for a good cause (Portsmouth Herald, July 16, 2008

Me & Ollies opens fifth location (Portsmouth Herald, July 15, 2008)

Taking to the Skies: The annual Ultra-Light craft kicks off (Portsmouth Herald, July 14, 2008)

Heating with wood this winter? (Portsmouth Herald, July 14, 2008)

Steckowych, Wilson share lead at Seacoast Amateur (Portsmouth Herald, June 29, 2008)

Bad weather could force playoff at Seacoast Am (Portsmouth Herald, June 29, 2008)

Software firm earns award (Portsmouth Herald, June 29, 2008)

Cow Day, summer reading program kickoff, is today (Portsmouth Herald, June 23, 2008)

Town offers outdoor concerts, movies (Portsmouth Herald, June 18, 2008)

Greenland third-quarter honor roll (Portsmouth Herald, June 1, 2008)

Rt. 33 work: Long road ahead (Portsmouth Herald, May 29, 2008)

Young bakers aid homeless  (Portsmouth Herald, May 24, 2008)

Moffat-Ladd House digging deeper into its history (Portsmouth Herald, April 12, 2008)

Talent Show set for Greenland (Portsmouth Herald, April 10, 2008)

His playbook: Faith and Football (Portsmouth Herald, April 8, 2008)

Greenland voters ok spending (Portsmouth Herald, March 17, 2008)

Business owners help bring pond back to life (Portsmouth Herald, March15, 2008)

Greenland could add full-time firefighters (Portsmouth Herald, March 12, 2008)

Greenland return selectmen to Board (Portsmouth Herald, March 12, 2008)

Holloway Mercedes-Benz honored by peers (Portsmouth Herald, March 11, 2008)

4 vie for Greenland selectmen (Portsmouth Herald, March 7, 2008)

Greenland school district budget ok'd (Portsmouth Herald, March 7, 2008)

Greenland Women's Club events, awards announced (Portsmouth Herald, February 20, 2008)

Greenland releases town wage data (Portsmouth Herald, February 5, 2008)

Music to his ears (Portsmouth Herald, February 4, 2008)

Greenland candidates are set (Portsmouth Herald, February 2, 2008)

Demolition paves way for Route 33 Mall (Portsmouth Herald, January 21, 2008)

Greenland election filing begins (Portsmouth Herald, January 11, 2008)

New 76-home subdivision hits market (Portsmouth Herald January 10, 2008)

Greenland mulls moving its sports court (Portsmouth Herald December 27, 2007)

Greenland trespass case in court (Portsmouth Herald, December 19, 2007)

Car dealers want to erect two windmills (Portsmouth Herald, December 14, 2007)

Greenland Central honor roll (Portsmouth Herald, December 13, 2007)

New choir giving back to Seacoast (Portsmouth Herald, December 12, 2007)

New mall will hook up to Port City sewers (Portsmouth Herald, December 10, 2007)

Discovery Center honors volunteers (Portsmouth Herald, December 5, 2007)

Charles A. Mori  (Portsmouth Herald, December 2, 2007)

Fogartys to attend parade one years one year after boy's death  (Portsmouth Herald, December 1, 2007)

Greenland mall is coming soon (Portsmouth Herald, November 30, 2007)

Holiday parade enters era of heightened safety (Portsmouth Herald,November 29, 2007)

Wannabe firefighter gets his day in court...again (Portsmouth Herald, November 28, 2007)

Ruth Helen Christie Barnes (Portsmouth Herald, November 18, 2007)

Crafts and Pies in Store (Portsmouth Herald, November 15, 2007)

Future of $2M conservation uncertain (Portsmouth Herald, November 14, 2007)

Tax rate rises in Greenland (Portsmouth Herald, November 14, 2007)

New Generation: Shelter, skills for single mothers (Portsmouth Herald, November 5, 2007)

Seacoast native in midst of Calif. firestorm (Portsmouth Herald, October 25, 2007)

Route 33 readied for mall (Portsmouth Herald, October 23, 2007)

Dinner, auction will aid family (Portsmouth Herald, October 20, 2007)

Local rowers to compete in this weekend's Head of the Charles (Portsmouth Herald, October 19, 2007)

Protecting surface waters forum topic (Portsmouth Herald, October 17, 2007)

Ruth Carlton     (Portsmouth Herald, October 16, 2007)

Greenland mulls full-day kindergarten (Portsmouth Herald, October 10, 2007)

Georgette R. Goodwin (Portsmouth Herald, October 9, 2007)

Greenland Police Log (Portsmouth Herald, October 3, 2007)

Developers poised to break ground on Route 33 mall (Portsmouth Herald, October 3, 2007)

It's illegal to cut across lot to avoid light (Portsmouth Herald, October 1, 2007)

Dig at farmstead to be revealed Tuesday (Portsmouth Herald, October 1, 2007)

Greenland: How to spend $2 million? (Portsmouth Herald, September 29, 2007)

Girl's bullying complaint gets school response (Portsmouth Herald, September 28, 2007)

First lady: Keep children fit  (Portsmouth Herald, September 28, 2007)

County jail officers split from state union (Portsmouth Herald, September 27, 2007)

St. Thomas golfers improve 18 -2 (Portsmouth Herald, September 26, 2007)

Getting tough on competitors (Portsmouth Herald, September 26, 2007)

Golf club, town settle lawsuit (Portsmouth Herald, September 21, 2007)

Rate cut praised (Portsmouth Herald, September 19, 2007)

Woman in estate fight arrested, facing charges (Portsmouth Herald, September 19, 2007)

First lady of N.H. to talk health in seacoast (Portsmouth Herald, September 18, 2007)

Greenland deputy clerk indicted on fraud charge (Portsmouth Herald, September 13, 2007)

Naked pedestrian struck by car in fair condition (Portsmouth Herald, September 12, 2007)

Police called when escort dance goes bad  (Portsmouth Herald, September 12, 2007)

Chain saw injures worker (Portsmouth Herald, September 12, 2007)

1.3 million to help fight underage alcohol use (Portsmouth Herald, September 11, 2007

New Clerk in Greenland    (Portsmouth Herald, September 7, 2007)

Greenland Police log Portsmouth Herald  (September 5, 2007)

Selectmen looking to fill clerk position (Portsmouth Herald, September 5, 2007)

Danger on roads (Portsmouth Herald, September 1, 2007)

Police log (Portsmouth Herald, August 31, 2007)

Under fire, Greenland town clerk quits (Portsmouth Herald, August 31, 2007)

Hearing set to decide fate of town clerk (Portsmouth Herald, August 30, 2007)

Town gets federal funds to help scoop the poop (Portsmouth Herald, August 30, 2007)

Let Greenland voters decide on town clerk (Portsmouth Herald, August 25, 2007)

Embroiled clerk eyes resignation (Portsmouth Herald, August 23, 2007)

Clerk is dealt a new blow (Portsmouth Herald, August 16, 2007)

Selectmen take aim at town clerk (Portsmouth Herald, August 15, 2007)

Police log (Portsmouth Herald, August 13, 2007)

Land straddles Greenland/ Stratham (Portsmouth Herald,  August 10, 2007)

Police, rights experts review DNA kits (Portsmouth Herald, August 8, 2007

Two-town land parcels baffles town officials (Portsmouth Herald, August 8, 2007)

Drug paraphernelia crackdown (Portsmouth Herald, August 8, 2007)

Portsmouth Little Leaguers win opener (Portsmouth Herald, August 4, 2007)

Leonard, Haslam lead way for the All-Stars (Portsmouth Herald ,August 4, 2007)

Motorcycle crash ties up traffic on I-95 (Portsmouth Herald, August 4, 2007)

Big send-off for Little Leaguers (Portsmouth Herald, August 3, 2007)

Library to close for renovations (Portsmouth Herald, August 3, 2007)

Kingston's Ard places second in Hussey's race ( Portsmouth Herald, July 25, 2007)

Playing Legos all day long (Portsmouth Herald, July 27, 2007

Greenland Police log (Portsmouth Herald, July 24, 2007)

Greenland and Rye police launch Web sites (Portsmouth Herald, July 23, 2007)

Teen faces misdemeanor charge in fatal accident (Portsmouth Herald, July 20, 2007)

Events at Great Bay Discovery Center (Portsmouth Herald, July 20, 2007)

Kids wild about Harry (Portsmouth Herald, July 19, 2007)

'Harry Potter' book secrets being leaked on web (Portsmouth Herald, July 18, 2007)

Living Innovations hits ten years (Portsmouth Herald, July 16, 2007)

Tribute to Thomas: Memorial laid for fallen Cub Scout (Portsmouth Herald, July 13, 2007)

Annual Yankee Ultralight Fly-In lands in Greenland (Portsmouth Herald, July 08, 2007)

Aircraft gathering gets off ground (Portsmouth Herald, July 07, 2007)

3 cars hospitalized after two cars collide (Portsmouth Herald, July 07, 2007)

Archaeologist digs history  (Portsmouth Herald, July 07, 2007)

Web marketing firm marks twenty years ( Portsmouth Herald, July 05, 2007)

Greenland Police Log (Portsmouth Herald, July 04, 2007)

Officials: Bears are in the neighborhood (Portsmouth Herald, July 04, 2007)

$1,500 donation given in daughter's honor (Portsmouth Herald, July 02, 2007)

Ex-Town Clerk waives hearing (Portsmouth Herald, June 30, 2007)

Greenland Central School names honor students (Portsmouth Herald, June 22, 2007)

Veterans may get wish (Portsmouth Herald, June 22, 2007)

Town board after clerk's job (Portsmouth Herald, June 21, 2007)

Local library consultant speaks at S. Korea event (Portsmouth Herald, June 21, 2007)

Booze Party Host fined (Portsmouth Herald, June 19, 2007)

Have a cow at the Library (Portsmouth Herald, June 15, 2007)

Golf benefit a success (June 15, 2007)

Greenland Police Log (Portsmouth Herald, June 13, 2007)

Greenland family hosts NYC Youth (Portsmouth Herald, June 8, 2007)

N.H. big on BioTech (Portsmouth Herald, June 7, 2007)

Helping towns save energy (Portsmouth Herald, June 2, 2007)

Greenland Police Log  (Portsmouth Herald, June 2, 2007)

Yard Sale slated to help low-income families     (Portsmouth Herald, May 31, 2007)

Deputy Clerk's Arraignment Continued (Portsmouth Herald, May 28, 2007)

Man fined for school incident ( Portsmouth Herald, May 25, 2007)

Greenland names honor students (Portsmouth Herald, May 19, 2007)

Greenland Police Log   (Portsmouth Herald May 17, 2007)

Rescuers: Stickers could be life savers (Portsmouth Herald, May 17, 2007)

Sale to help food Pantry (Portsmouth Herald, May 17, 2007)

Greenland Target, Lowe's Mall Challenged  (Portsmouth Herald, May 10, 2007)

Shelter receives donation from school (Portsmouth Herald, May 7, 2007)

Greenland taxes change (Portsmouth Herald, May 5, 2007)

Police seek help in gas theft (Portsmouth Herald, April 27, 2007)

Is it a road or not? Town to vote again (Portsmouth Herald, April 26, 2007)

A slice of 'green' in Greenland (Portsmouth Herald, April 22, 2007)

Update: Fatal car accident in Greenland (Portsmouth Herald, April 19, 2007)

ID fraud arrest in Greenland (Portsmouth Herald, April 17, 2007)

Greenland election issues raised in letter to AG (Portsmouth Herald, April 12, 2007)

Passion play (Portsmouth Herald, April 7, 2007)

Greenland treasurer retiring after 14 years (Portsmouth Herald, April 2, 2007)

Party with purpose (Portsmouth Herald, April 1, 2007)

Greenland restaurant expands with opening of pub (Portsmouth Herald, March 28, 2007)

Parrot Heads to help fund (Portsmouth Herald, March 28, 2007)

Seacoast kids capture state chess titles (Portsmouth Herald, March 28, 2007)

Truck flips on Interstate 95 (Portsmouth Herald, March 28, 2007)

Smokeout (Portsmouth Herald, March 27, 2007)

Truck-parking controversy rolls on (Portsmouth Herald, March 20, 2007)

Pets cause stink in Greenland (Portsmouth Herald, March 20, 2007)

Despite weather, Greenland voters meet (Portsmouth Herald, March 18, 2007)

Greenland chooses three new selectmen (Portsmouth Herald, March 15, 2007)

Greenland: Wendell wins selectman seat (Portsmouth Herald, March 14, 2007)

Rescue crews could get cash (Portsmouth Herald, March 13, 2007)

Greenland voters also face zoning questions (Portsmouth Herald, March 12, 2007)

Six vie for Greenland Board of Selectmen (Portsmouth Herald, March 12, 2007)

Clerk/tax collector candidates weigh in (Portsmouth Herald, March 12, 2007)

Greenland voters add money to school budget (Portsmouth Herald, March 10, 2007)

Police allege scare with gun (Portsmouth Herald, March 10, 2007)

Sex offender's bail reaches $100K cash (Portsmouth Herald, March 6, 2007)

Disabilities council names new member (Portsmouth Herald, March 5, 2007)

Storm fizzles fast (Portsmouth Herald, March 3, 2007)

Charges added (Portsmouth Herald, March 2, 2007)

Volunteer firefighters seek stipends (Portsmouth Herald, February 25, 2007)

Sergeant is decorated for Afghanistan service (Portsmouth Herald, February 13, 2007)

Pared-down warrant on way to Budget Committee (Portsmouth Herald, February 8, 2007)

Troops plan falters (Portsmouth Herald, February 6, 2007)

Board of Selectmen to add 2 positions (Portsmouth Herald, February 6, 2007)

Town adopts troops (Portsmouth Herald, January 31, 2007)

Selectman quits Greenland post (Portsmouth Herald, January 26, 2007)

For Fogarty family and all children, create float rules (Portsmouth Herald, December 10, 2006)  

Town mourns Scout's death (Portsmouth Herald, December 4, 2006)  

GOP touted at meet-and-greet (Portsmouth Herald, October 2, 2006)  

Fenway field trip for All-Stars (Portsmouth Herald, September 30, 2006)  

Greenland home burns (Portsmouth Herald, September 28, 2006)  

Lesson in good taste (Portsmouth Herald, September 16, 2006)  

Hometown heroes (Portsmouth Herald, August 29, 2006)  

 All-Stars to get a police escort (Portsmouth Herald, August 27, 2006)  

1935 or 2006, joy of the game is the same (Portsmouth Herald, August 27, 2006)  

15 minutes of fame could last a lifetime (Portsmouth Herald, August 27, 2006)   

Portsmouth Little Leaguers reflect on trip to World Series (Portsmouth Herald, August 26, 2006)  

World Series an eye-opener for Portsmouth coaches (Portsmouth Herald, August 24, 2006)  

Happy at home (Portsmouth Herald, August 19, 2006)

Police say suspect still on the lam (Portsmouth Herald, August 18, 2006)

Ex-road agent is crash victim (Portsmouth Herald, August 18, 2006)

All for the kids (Portsmouth Herald, August 18, 2006)

Portsmouth ready for Little League World Series opener (Portsmouth Herald, August 18, 2006)

Crash claims life (Portsmouth Herald, August 17, 2006)

'Flying in face' of Little League (Portsmouth Herald, August 17, 2006)

Authorities seek burglary suspect in Greenland (Portsmouth Herald, August 17, 2006)

Has media's coverage of Little League become excessive? ( Portsmouth Herald, August 17, 2006)

Seacoast bashers are pride of N.H.  (Boston Globe, August 17, 2006)

 

Out to the ballgame : Portsmouth is off to Little League series (Boston Globe, August 17, 2006)

City plans bash for Little League fans (Portsmouth Herald, August 16, 2006)

Portsmouth advances to Little League World Series (Portsmouth Herald, August 14, 2006)

Portsmouth one win from Little League World Series (Portsmouth Herald, August 13, 2006)

Portsmouth All-Stars stay unbeaten (Portsmouth Herald, August 10, 2006)

High court hears Greenland subdivision case (Portsmouth Herald, July 24, 2006)

'Poe Evermore' features characters of Edgar Allen Poe (Fosters, July 23, 2006)

Still standing after 250 years (Portsmouth Herald, July 22, 2006)

Dog license fines due (Portsmouth Herald, July 22, 2006)

N.H. Supreme Court asked: Where does DES authority end in Greenland dispute? (Fosters, July 22, 2006)

Man charged with local burglaries (Portsmouth Herald, July 21, 2006)

Event's success benefits kids (Portsmouth Herald, July 21, 2006)

Truck crash closes down Travel Center (Portsmouth Herald, July 20, 2006)

More long-term planning needed (Portsmouth Herald, July 20, 2006)

Greenland crash culprit sought (Fosters, July 20, 2006)

Gregg steers $5.3M for bay over hurdle (Portsmouth Herald, July 18, 2006)

Greenland church celebrates 300th anniversary (Fosters, July 17, 2006)

Septage fee hike could hurt area towns (Portsmouth Herald, July 17, 2006)

Life lessons with BookManns (Portsmouth Herald, July 17, 2006)

Greenland celebrates community, church (Portsmouth Herald, July 16, 2006)

Greenland will host townwide yard sale (Portsmouth Herald, July 14, 2006)

No airtime, but enthusiasm is sky-high (Portsmouth Herald, July 13, 2006)

Seacoast golfers struggle in State Am (Portsmouth Herald, July 13, 2006)

Nelson pulls off upset against Steckowych (Portsmouth Herald, July 13, 2006)

James leads youth movement at State Am (Portsmouth Herald, July 12, 2006)

Patience needed as weather disrupts State Am (Portsmouth Herald, July 12, 2006)

Blue Ocean Society seeks Adopt-a-Beach cleanup crews (Portsmouth Herald, July 10, 2006)

Greenland church about to turn 300 (Portsmouth Herald, July 8, 2006)

Police: Thieves targeting mailboxes (Portsmouth Herald, July 8, 2006)

Robbery caught on tape (Portsmouth Herald, July 7, 2006)

Towns to take on mosquito control (The Exeter News-Letter, July 4, 2006)

Certified and ready to help (Portsmouth Herald, July 4, 2006)

Greenland adds new twist to community fete (Portsmouth Herald, July 3, 2006)

Finding Caesar, continued on page 24A (Atlantic News, June 30, 2006)

A cow tale (Portsmouth Herald, June 30, 2006)

Steckowych closes strong to win title (Portsmouth Herald, June 26, 2006)

Fournier starts strong (Portsmouth Herald, June 24, 2006)

Police target teen drinkers on the roads (Portsmouth Herald, June 21, 2006)

Greenland OKs teacher contract (Portsmouth Herald, June 14, 2006)

Teacher-pay vote nears (Portsmouth Herald, June 9, 2006)

The day the earth shook (Exeter News Letter, June 2, 2006)

10 lawsuits for mall proposed at old Osram Sylvania plant land (Portsmouth Herald, May 31, 2006)

Teachers try again for raises (Portsmouth Herald, May 31, 2006)

Library working to clean up mold (Portsmouth Herald, May 26, 2006)

Women’s ministry conference on tap (Portsmouth Herald, May 1, 2006)

In Greenland, there’s no place left to die (Portsmouth Herald, April 22, 2006)

Congressman holds public office hours (Portsmouth Herald, April 19, 2006)

City settles in Greenland mall lawsuit (Portsmouth Herald, April 18, 2006)

Double trouble for Greenland teen (Portsmouth Herald, April 18, 2006)

Drive-through tells story of Christ (Portsmouth Herald, April 15, 2006)

Greenland Library chess team second in state (Portsmouth Herald, April 14, 2006)

Food safety class to be offered in city (Portsmouth Herald, April 13, 2006)

Greenland rape case heads to court (Portsmouth Herald, April 13, 2006)

Eight men fined for playing war games (Portsmouth Herald, April 13, 2006)

Man, 20, charged with raping minor (Portsmouth Herald, April 12, 2006)

Potential land purchase on Greenland agenda (Portsmouth Herald, April 10, 2006)

Realizing coffee shop dreams on Rte. 33 (Portsmouth Herald, April 9, 2006)

Area lawmakers sponsor 58 bills (Portsmouth Herald, April 9, 2006)

Truck stop fights town (Portsmouth Herald, April 6, 2006)

Mall offers settlement plan to city (Portsmouth Herald, April 6, 2006)

Dover landfill plan may harm Portsmouth water (Portsmouth Herald, March 30, 2006)

Disaster readiness examined (Portsmouth Herald, March 29, 2006)

Driver is hospitalized after collision on Rte. 33 (Portsmouth Herald, March 28, 2006)

Bayview Farm: 200 acres of beauty and joy (Portsmouth Herald, March 26, 2006)

Fighting teen drinking topic of meetings (Portsmouth Herald, March 25, 2006)

Library director quits, citing lack of support (Portsmouth Herald, March 24, 2006)

Exposure: Karl Colen, Range Manager, Golf & Ski (Portsmouth Herald, March 24, 2006)

Library to explore options after expansion denied (Portsmouth Herald, March 21, 2006)

Weeks Library expansion proposal fails (Portsmouth Herald, March 19, 2006)

Greenland to vote on board size, budget (Portsmouth Herald, March 17, 2006)

Author provides tips to get boys to read (Carroll County Times, March 15, 2006)

5-member board approved in Greenland (Portsmouth Herald, March 15, 2006)

Judge to issue edict on mall (Portsmouth Herald, March 14, 2006)

Towns dealing with growth (Boston Globe, March 13, 2006)

Halligan: Cases should be reviewed on respective merits (Portsmouth Herald, March 13, 2006)

Pokorny: Laws, not agendas, should determine decisions (Portsmouth Herald, March 13, 2006)

Glennon, a lawyer, believes her experience would be asset (Portsmouth Herald,  March 13, 2006)

Time is now for towns to vote on mosquito controls (Portsmouth Herald, March 12, 2006)

Greenland teacher contract rejected by voters (Portsmouth Herald, March 12, 2006)

Cocaine, pot charges follow traffic stop (Portsmouth Herald, March 10, 2006)

To polls: School budget (Portsmouth Herald, March 10, 2006)

Greenland Volunteer Fire Department (Press Release)

Eight charged in ‘war games’ (Portsmouth Herald, March 9, 2006)

Conservation groups lists projects needing protection (Globe, March 8, 2005)

Mall is approved (Portsmouth Herald, March 4, 2006)

Towns sue Benson’s golf club (Portsmouth Herald, March 4, 2006)

Library readies to raise money (Portsmouth Herald, March 1, 2006)

Land trust hires executive director  (Portsmouth Herald, February 27, 2006)

Man OK after scary accident (Portsmouth Herald, February 25, 2006)

'Historic' status for veterans center (Portsmouth Herald, February 21, 2006)

Greenland tax collector petitions for three-year stint (Portsmouth Herald, February 20, 2006)

Superintendent is top wage earner, followed by Rye administrator (Portsmouth Herald, February 19, 2006)

Greenland Citizen of the Year (Press Release)

Dinner auction to benefit Greenland shelter (Fosters, February 17, 2006)

Police proposal aims to rein in false alarms (Portsmouth Herald, February 15, 2006)

Police say youth, 17, smashed mailboxes (Portsmouth Herald, February 14, 2006)

Survivor, father join effort to fund another child’s cancer fight (Portsmouth Herald, February 13, 2006)

Librarian believes chess can move kids off the couch (Boston Globe, February 12, 2006)

Police want $21K to install holding cells (Portsmouth Herald, February 9, 2006)

More selectmen in Greenland? (Portsmouth Herald, February 8, 2006)

Residents envision big town changes (Portsmouth Herald, February 4, 2006)

Wall of honor planned for local troops (Portsmouth Herald, February 1, 2006)

Spending is up 3.8% (Portsmouth Herald, January 31, 2006)

Wheels on air (NewHampshire.com, January 30, 2006)

Fishing Report: Warm weather put crimp in saltwater ice fishing (NewHampshire.com, January 30, 2006)

Michael Sullivan: This librarian will soon be an author (Union Leader, January 30, 2006)

Greenland church concerned about library (Portsmouth Herald, January 29, 2006)

Library renovation in Greenland would triple size of facility and raise taxes (Fosters, January 28, 2006)

Chief defends his dept. (Portsmouth Herald, January 25, 2006)

Greenland conducting kindergarten registration (Fosters, January 25, 2006)

Guide Lines: Ban on sale of lead sinkers hurts NH retailers (NewHampshire.com, January 25, 2006)

Cost may sink library plan (Portsmouth Herald, January 24, 2006)

Greenland library renovation would triple current facility, raise taxes (Fosters, January 24, 2006)

Rescue dog pulls skier into sport of skijoring (Portsmouth Herald, January 23, 2006)

Greenland seeking input on 5-year plan (Fosters, January 23, 2006)

Books as gifts (Fosters, January 22, 2006)

Taking advantage of a heat wave (Portsmouth Herald, January 21, 2006)

Town office filing periods are open in Greenland (Portsmouth Herald, January 20, 2006)

Worried about wetlands (Portsmouth Herald, January 19, 2006)

Rye delays 400-unit, $56M project (NewHampshire.com, January 19, 2006)

Rye housing and business project shot down (Portsmouth Herald, January 19, 2006)

Ex-Bauer worker faces theft charges (Portsmouth Herald, January 18, 2006)

Rye 132-acre development plan tonight’s topic (Portsmouth Herald, January 17, 2006)

Conservation group to weigh in on joint suit (Portsmouth Herald, January 16, 2006)

Greenland voters will decide library expansion (Union Leader, January 16, 2006)

Ex-IBM executive turns handyman (Portsmouth Herald, January 15, 2006)

Locals’ input sought to shape Greenland (Portsmouth Herald, January 13, 2006)

School district meetings, elections coming up (Portsmouth Herald, January 12, 2006)

$1.6 million library expansion proposed (Portsmouth Herald, January 6, 2006)

Disposing of Freon in Greenland will cost you (Portsmouth Herald, January 6, 2006)

Exposure: Brian Brouillette, Window washer (Portsmouth Herald, January 6, 2006)

Land near Greenland and Rye conserved (Portsmouth Herald, January 3, 2006)

Three transported to hospital after three-car accident in Greenland (Foster's Daily Democrat, January 3, 2006)

Greenland, year in review (Portsmouth Herald, January 1, 2006)

Top stories of 2005: Yard spared, brothel busted (Portsmouth Herald, January 1, 2006)

Greenland ZBA shoots down truck stop expansion (Foster's Daily Democrat, December 21, 2005)

Massive’ housing on Rye docket (Portsmouth Herald, December 19, 2005)

McDonald’s revamp gets OK (Portsmouth Herald, December 19, 2005)

Greenland mall proposal won’t be heard until Feb. (Portsmouth Herald, December 16, 2005)

Network of churches puts faith into practice (Portsmouth Herald, December 11, 2005)

Police seek man who robbed store at gunpoint (Portsmouth Herald, December 7, 2005)

212 acres could be saved from development (Portsmouth Herald, December 1, 2005)

Chess master shows no mercy  (Portsmouth Herald, November 28, 2005)

Alcohol charges follow dismissed rape case (Portsmouth Herald, November 23, 2005)

McD’s seeks to build anew on Route 33 (Portsmouth Herald, November 21, 2005)

Developers of proposed mall get more time (Portsmouth Herald, November 18, 2005)

Tax-rate increase held to $1.06 after golf-club refund (Portsmouth Herald, November 15, 2005)

Wanted: New owner for shoreline cabin in Greenland (Foster's Daily Democrat, November 10, 2005)

Red Cross fund-raiser a chance to hurl gourds for good cause (Portsmouth Herald, November 7, 2005)

Gov. Lynch swears in Greenland's Mark Weaver as special justice (Foster's Daily Democrat, November 5, 2005)

Ready, aim, splatter! (Portsmouth Herald, November 4, 2005)

City fights Greenland mall plan (Portsmouth Herald, November 3, 2005)

Mall plan loses one opponent (Portsmouth Herald, November 1, 2005)

Newington pulls out of lawsuit opposing shopping center in Greenland (Foster's Daily Democrat, October 28, 2005)

Proposed retirement community in Greenland to be discussed (Foster's Daily Democrat, October 26, 2005)

Marsh project controlled mosquitoes without chemicals (Portsmouth Herald, October 25, 2005)

Greenland ZBA OKs new facility for martial arts studio (Foster's Daily Democrat, October 24, 2005)

Town welcomes new administrator (Portsmouth Herald, October 23, 2005)

Greenland mall plans receive more time for OK (Foster's Daily Democrat, October 21, 2005)

Greenland Planning Board head leaves for judge duties (Portsmouth Herald, October 21, 2005)

Mall developer gets an extension (Portsmouth Herald, October 21, 2005)

Planners to review Greenland mall plan (Portsmouth Herald, October 20, 2005)

Fighting the flu (Portsmouth Herald, October 20, 2005)

Cleanup yields tons of trash (Portsmouth Herald, October 18, 2005)

Deal may clear way for Greenland mall (Foster's Daily Democrat, October 15, 2005)

Greenland mall project on track for final approval (Foster's Daily Democrat October 11, 2005)

Packard applies to fill in wetlands (Portsmouth Herald, October 8, 2005)

Greenland secures a new administrator (Portsmouth Herald, September 29, 2005)

Slave’s grave will be marked (Portsmouth Herald, September 28, 2005)

Speeding 18-wheelers bring call for action (Portsmouth Herald, September 27, 2005)

Discussion is heated on impact of expanded Greenland truck stop (Foster's Daily Democrat, September 26, 2005)

Steckowych in front (Portsmouth Herald, September 24, 2005)

Steckowych, Joncas off to quality starts (Portsmouth Herald, September 23, 2005)

Greenland golfer leads at Mid-Am (Foster's Daily Democrat, September 23, 2005)

Local companies form partnership (Portsmouth Herald, September 22, 2005)

Golf hole tax ruling upheld (Portsmouth Herald, September 22, 2005)

Greenland Fire seeks more volunteers (Portsmouth Herald, September 22, 2005)

Funding cutbacks put community youth program at risk (Portsmouth Herald, September 22, 2005)

Children help raise thousands for victims (Portsmouth Herald, September 21, 2005)

New England's Quigley still aiming for first career PGA win (Portsmouth Herald, September 21, 2005)

Hazardous waste collection set for Portsmouth, Newington, Greenland (Foster's Daily Democrat, September 21, 2005)

ZBA denies reconsideration request on proposed Greenland mall (Foster's Daily Democrat, September 21, 2005)

Greenland ZBA denies reconsideration request on proposed shopping center (Foster's Daily Democrat, September 21, 2005)

PHS golf team earns sweep in four-team match (Portsmouth Herald, September 20, 2005)

Mixed-use plan gets preliminary look in Greenland (Portsmouth Herald, September 18, 2005)

Paradiza to sell its last card (Portsmouth Herald, September 16, 2005)

Mall plan faces more questions (Portsmouth Herald, September 16, 2005)

Abortion consent heads to high court (Portsmouth Herald, September 11, 2005)

Greenland family raising money to adopt Guatemalan girl (Foster's Daily Democrat, September 9, 2005)

Man admits he exposed himself (Portsmouth Herald, September 8, 2005)

Residents object, but mall plan clears hurdle (Portsmouth Herald, September 7, 2005)

Steckowych hoping to meet match (Portsmouth Herald, September 7, 2005)

Greenland officials reaffirm vote to allow shopping center (Foster's Daily Democrat, September 7, 2005)

Greenland administrator offer declined (Portsmouth Herald, September 5, 2005)

Greenland woman to sell chairs used at her wedding for charity (Foster's Daily Democrat, September 4, 2005)

Science center will turn rubbish into art treasure (Portsmouth Herald, September 4, 2005)

$20K endowment to help library expand (Portsmouth Herald, August 31, 2005)

Police: Teen stole gun (Portsmouth Herald, August 30, 2005)

Study: Mall in Greenland no detriment (Portsmouth Herald, August 26, 2005)

New staff members for SAU 50 are announced (Portsmouth Herald, August 25, 2005)

Residents can voice concerns for mall plans (Portsmouth Herald, August 24, 2005)

New staffers gear up for first year at SAU 50 (Portsmouth Herald, August 24, 2005)

Search for slave’s grave finally comes to an end (Portsmouth Herald, August 13, 2005)

One-armed Portsmouth golfer has recorded four holes in one (Portsmouth Herald, August 12, 2005)
Rape charges thrown out (Portsmouth Herald, August 10, 2005)

Greenland golf club owner says she strives for ‘integrity’ (Portsmouth Herald, August 5, 2005)

Uncovering past (Portsmouth Herald, July 30, 2005)

Lightning strike sparks Greenland home fire (Portsmouth Herald, July 28, 2005)

Stratham Fair begins today (Portsmouth Herald, July 28, 2005)

Greenland fire chief will retire (Portsmouth Herald, July 22, 2005)

Recalling wartime in the Seacoast area (Portsmouth Herald, July 22, 2005)

Indecent exposure trial delayed (Portsmouth Herald, July 22, 2005)

Selectmen to interview 7 for top position (Portsmouth Herald, July 19, 2005)

Arraignment today in sex-assault case (Portsmouth Herald, July 19, 2005)

20-year-old faces two rape charges (Portsmouth Herald, July 18, 2005)

Greenland honors runners (Portsmouth Herald, July 17, 2005)

PHS junior selected to prestigious Boys Nation (Portsmouth Herald, July 17, 2005)

Townwide yard sale, race today (Portsmouth Herald, July 16, 2005)

Winging it in Greenland (Portsmouth Herald, July 12, 2005)

Townwide yard sale slated for next weekend (Portsmouth Herald, July 9, 2005)

Senator: Great Bay partnership may receive $6M (Portsmouth Herald, July 4, 2005)

Business booming at library (Portsmouth Herald, June 29, 2005)

Cows make the day at Greenland library (Portsmouth Herald, June 29, 2005)

Cow Day is Greenland library tradition (Foster's Daily Democrat, June 24, 2005)

Again, courts to handle Greenland shopping center protest (Fosters, March 15, 2005)

Greenland citizen of the year (Foster's Daily Democrat, March 14, 2005)

Librarians focus on boys and books (Daily Herald, October 18, 2004)

Teaching boys the joy of books (Seattle Times, March 11, 2004)

Greater Portsmouth Education Partnership Council Awards, 2003

Librarians Honored (New Hampshire State Library, July 1998)

 

 

 
 

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