Dover Middle School students recently did Chores for Charity as part of the school's Spirit of Giving theme, donating to the Fire Department's Toys for Tots program. Fifth-grade teacher Jillian Brickley and some of her students describe their efforts.
Rochester Police Chief Paul Toussaint and State Police Col. Christopher Wagner discuss the search for Christopher Thomas, who was wanted by police and was the subject of a 22-hour manhunt that started Sunday night and went into Monday morning. Police said modern technology aboard state police helicopters aided greatly in the search.
Cassie Levesque, a 2017 Dover High School graduate, was elected as a Democrat on Tuesday to serve as a state representative for Barrington. On Wednesday, she sat down for an interview to share her reaction, her plans and how she plans to balance serving with being a college student.
City historian Jenne Holmes chats about the city's first mayor, Franklin Chase. Apparently, his inaugural speech was never entered into the city reports or any other city records. Only when current Mayor Dana Hilliard read the speech at an official city function earlier this year did it officially become part of the city's historical records.
EDGE Editor Jane Murphy interviews Esposito in her Durham home about her new book, her upcoming event at Tuscan Kitchen in Portsmouth on Oct. 25 and her long career as host of 'Ciao Italia,' her PBS cooking show now in its 28th season.
Gertrude "Gert" Eaton, 85, shares her history of working on Applecrest Farm Orchards in Hampton Falls. She has lived in a house on the farm much of her life but said the farm's owners have told her they want to sell the property and asked her to move.
Skyeann Sullivan, 20, of Rochester, spoke Thrusday after a press conference in which the attorney general's office announced authorities were legally justified in the use of deadly force against Sullivan's father, Douglas Heath, 38, during an officer-involved shooting in Gonic on Aug. 20.