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Hadley Barndollar

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Portsmouth, NH, United States

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Past articles by Hadley:

Why are rural New England renters getting more COVID assistance than more expensive places?

How the federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program disperses money disproportionately benefiting smaller rural states with fewer renters. → Read More

It's the last day of March, but RMV outage means cars can't be inspected in Massachusetts

Law enforcement has been notified and are asked to "give the consideration due." → Read More

Black History Month: 10 Black New England history-makers and their stories

From a female publisher to an enslaved man who petitioned a state legislature, read about these fascinating Black New England residents. → Read More

Massachusetts opens COVID vaccine appointments to residents 65 and older, others on Thursday

Approximately 1 million people will be newly eligible to get vaccinated against COVID-19. → Read More

Massachusetts opens COVID vaccine appointments to residents 65 and older, others on Thursday

Approximately 1 million people will be newly eligible to get vaccinated against COVID-19. → Read More

Massachusetts opens COVID vaccine appointments to residents 65 and older, others on Thursday

Approximately 1 million people will be newly eligible to get vaccinated against COVID-19. → Read More

Winter storm brought wild weather to New England – see what it looked like around the area

This week's winter storm caused extreme conditions around New England, including flooding, beach erosion and heavy snow. → Read More

Winter storm brought wild weather to New England – see what it looked like around the area

This week's winter storm caused extreme conditions around New England, including flooding, beach erosion and heavy snow. → Read More

Winter storm brought wild weather to New England – see what it looked like around the area

This week's winter storm caused extreme conditions around New England, including flooding, beach erosion and heavy snow. → Read More

Former Joe's NY Pizza downtown Portsmouth site will become offices

Plans to renovate the front of the Congress Street storefront will go before the Portsmouth Historic District Commission next week. → Read More

COVID outbreak at Portsmouth's Edgewood Centre

Patricia Cummings, Edgewood Centre administrator, said 100% of their residents consented to the vaccine. → Read More

Five-story building in downtown Portsmouth proposed on Green Street

This is the third five-story building proposed in Portsmouth's North End in the last two months. → Read More

Portsmouth may make 'Hit the Decks' event a full week in 2021

The annual celebration marks the start of summer and outdoor dining in the city. → Read More

Portsmouth's newest thrift shop: Lost and Found Revived Goods

Jamie Kapral is selling hand-picked "unique, eclectic clothing" on Islington Street. → Read More

Warming center for homeless to open in Portsmouth

Operation Blessing's warming center is expected to serve people who live in the woods, giving them shelter on the winter's coldest nights. → Read More

Will Kittery allow 5 marijuana stores or will plan go up in smoke?

Town officials have long turned up their noses to retail marijuana establishments, but there could be a change on the way. → Read More

Eliot school put in lockdown due to gunfire incident

A man allegedly fired a handgun into a TV screen several times. → Read More

Kittery library construction to begin in March with maximum cost set

Town Manager Kendra Amaral also informed Kittery councilors of "an important milestone that allows us to move forward." → Read More

Does vitamin D help fend off COVID? Researchers want to find out

Researchers at Brigham Health and Harvard University are diving into whether vitamin D is a weapon against COVID-19. → Read More

Marshwood High closed after 'large number of staff' exposed to COVID-19

Superintendent says he is hopeful normal schedule will resume Thursday, but noted a remote model may need to be implemented. → Read More