Wednesday, April 17, 2013
The Chinese national was studying statistics at Boston University. She was killed in Monday's bombing at the Boston Marathon.
A Chinese newspaper has identified the third Boston Marathon bombing victim as Lu Lingzu, a Boston University graduate student, according to the Associated Press. Lu, from Shenyang, China, was studying statistics. A second Chinese national and BU student, Zhou Danling, was also injured in the blasts. She is listed in stable condition in a Boston hospital, according to Chinese officials. Lu's death has led to an outpouring from friends, family and concerned neighbors in China. Lu's Sina Weibo page already has 20,000 comments from shocked and upset friends (Sina Weibo is a Chinese social media service that combines Twitter- and Facebook-like features). A former neighbor in China was elegiac when talking about Lu on his Sina Weibo page. "I …
Monday, April 15, 2013
An official said it will not "appreciably" impact costs for customers.
Unitil, which provides utility service in Hampton and North Hampton, announced Monday it has filed for a change in its natural gas rates. Unitil said it wants to raise $5.2 million more in revenue, an increase of about 9 percent. The rate change is subject to approval by the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission. A Unitil official said customer costs will not be "appreciably" affected. "Currently, natural gas is approximately half the cost of oil, and our proposed rate case will not appreciably impact the cost advantage our customers enjoy," said Unitil Chief Financial Officer Mark Collin in a statement. "This rate case will provide an opportunity to bring revenues in line with current operating expenses and rate base, allowing us to …
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Services will be held Friday for the 64-year-old North Hampton man.
North Hampton – Henry A. “Hank” Dougherty, 64, of North Hampton, died suddenly on Sunday, April 7, 2013 at Portsmouth Regional Hospital. Mr. Dougherty was born in Philadelphia, PA on September 11, 1948, a son of Michael Dougherty and the late Margaret (Denvir) Dougherty. Hank is survived by his wife of over 42 years, Georgia (Dewhirst) Dougherty of North Hampton, his sons, Aaron Dougherty and his wife Jennifer of Lincroft, NJ and Matthew Dougherty and his wife Alexis of Fairfield, CT, his daughter Abigail Dougherty of Aspen, CO, and his five grandchildren, Ella, Cole, Madeline, James and Nicholas Dougherty. He also leaves his father, Michael Dougherty and his wife Laura of Ocean City, NJ, his mother-in-law Joanne Dewhirst of Groveland, MA…
Monday, March 18, 2013
The 2010 Exeter High School graduate was killed in a car accident Saturday.
Monday, March 18
Information from nh.tributes.com Emily Blanche Miller, 21, died on March 16, 2013 from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. She was born on September 3, 1991 in Exeter, NH. She was a graduate of Exeter High School in 2010 and had resided in Newmarket, NH since January, 2013. She was employed as a waitress at the 99 Restaurant in Portsmouth, NH, a job that she greatly enjoyed. Emily was a person who loved spending time with her family and friends. She enjoyed dancing and loved many outdoor activities including backyard bonfires and trips to the beach. She is survived by her loving companion, Anthony John Schwering of Newmarket, NH; her mother Lisa Blanche (Braley) Miller of Franklin, NH; her father, Raymond A. Miller of Hampton, …
Monday, March 11, 2013
Calling hours will be held on Tuesday, while funeral services are on Wednesday.
Monday, March 11
Amanda Jean Warf, 36, died Thursday March 7, 2013. Amy was born in Portsmouth on August 18, 1976 the daughter of Nancy (Keiling) Warf and the late Arnold "Ed" Warf. She attended North Hampton Elementary School and graduated from Winnacunnet in 1994. Ms. Warf was employed many for Exeter Hospital as a financial counselor and had formerly worked for Hair Excitement at the Fox Run Mall in Newington. Her 11 month old son William Edward was the light of her life. In addition to her son and her mother family members include her brother, Joseph Warf of Portsmouth; her maternal grandmother, Louisa Keiling of North Hampton; her aunt, Renee (Warf) Bates of Nashville, TN; an uncle, Charles E. Keiling of Exeter; and several cousins. Relatives and …
Services have been scheduled for local woman found murdered in an abandoned Exeter factory.
The following information about the visitation and funeral hours for Amanda "Amy" Warf, 36, has been posted on www.remickgendron.com, the website for Remick and Gendron Funeral Home in Hampton: Visitation - Time: 5 - 8 P.M. Date: Tuesday, March 12, 2013 Location: Remick & Gendron Funeral Home Address: 811 Lafayette Road, Hampton Directions to Visitation & Service Service - Time: 11 A.M. Date: Wednesday, March 13, 2013 Location: Remick & Gendron Funeral Home Address: 811 Lafayette Road, Hampton Interment - Location: Center Cemetery, North Hampton RELATED HAMPTON-NORTH HAMPTON PATCH: Facebook | Twitter | E-mail Updates |
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The former manager of Hampton Beach's Kentville On The Ocean Hotel recently passed away.
Wednesday, January 16
Michelle Lynne Bolyea (July 18, 1970 - January 13, 2013) daughter of Norman and Sandra Bolyea, passed away peacefully on Sunday morning at Massachusetts General Hospital surrounded by her family. Michelle was a 15 year survivor of ovarian cancer. She graduated from Governor Dummer Academy and Tulane University in 1992. As a result, Michelle developed a passion for the food, art, culture and music of New Orleans. Summer patrons of the Kentville Hotel, owned and operated by the Bolyea Family, will remember Michelle as the heart, soul and conscience of the Kentville. She loved her summers at the hotel where she was host to the guests and mentor to the dozens of student exchange employees she hosted from across the world. Michelle is …
Monday, December 17, 2012
The mechanic passed away suddenly while responding to an accident Friday to tow a vehicle involved in an accident.
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Monday, December 17, 2012
North Hampton - Robert W Hendry, 72, of North Hampton, died suddenly, Friday, December 14, 2012. Bob was born in Portsmouth, August 11, 1940, the son of the late Clinton E. and Hazel G. (Gannett) Hendry. He grew up on the family farm, which has been in the family since 1910. He attended North Hampton schools until high school. As there was no local high school, he attended Dover High School and graduated with the Class of 1958. After high school he went to New Hampshire Tech and trained for his long career as a mechanic. Bob worked for many years at the old Hackett Chevrolet, later Wallace Chevrolet in Hampton, first as a mechanic then as the service manager. He began his own business, Bob Hendry Automotive in 1980 and worked up until …
Monday, October 8, 2012
The Loomis Galley Hatch, the cafeteria at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, is named in the Seacoast man's honor.
Edward Martin Loomis, 85, of Dover, N.H., the loving husband of Florence R. (Scrosati) Loomis, passed away with his family by his side on Sept. 30, 2012. Born in LaMoille, Ill., on March 29, 1927, to William and Bonita (Marquardt) Loomis, Edward was also raised by his grandparents, William and Josephine Marquardt. Edward was a devoted husband to Florence, his soul mate and wife of 64 years, and was a warm and affectionate man who loved to help others and share stories with family and friends. Edward enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1945, and was honorably discharged as a sergeant in 1952 after serving as an infantryman in combat in South and Central Korea from January to November 1951. He was a qualified rifle expert, trained …
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Police haven't yet determined what caused the Hampton man's to crash his vehicle into a guardrail Wednesday.
A Hampton man was pronounced dead at Exeter Hospital Wednesday morning after he was extricated from his vehicle following a crash near the Ashworth By The Sea Hotel. Hampton Police Lt. Dan Gidley said John Accettullo, 64, was unresponsive and trapped in his vehicle when emergency crews responded to the accident, which occurred at about 9:45 a.m. Wednesday near the intersection of Ocean Boulevard and Nudd Avenue. Gidley said Accettullo was alone in his vehicle, a 2012 Kia Forte which sustained "heavy" front-end damage after striking a guard rail just south of the Lady By The Sea memorial on Ocean Boulevard. A Hampton police officer performed CPR in an attempt to resuscitate Accettullo, according to Gidley, before the Hampton Fire Department…