Cumberland Farms Closures Top Seacoast Headlines This Week
The news that two Seacoast Cumberland Farms locations had shut their doors due to COVID-19 topped Seacoast Current's headlines for the week of January 18-22.
The story, which explained that Cumberland Farms locations in both Epping and Somersworth were forced to close temporarily, said that both stores had hoped to re-open in the coming days.
Here are some of the other top stories that featured prominently among Seacoast Current's headlines this week:
Both the Epping and Somersworth locations are temporarily closed and undergoing the proper health protocols and cleaning.
Investigators searched hotels Tuesday morning and located the man using a fake name, according to a press release from the U.S. Marshals Service.
The activity, which spurred much debate on social media, was eventually revealed to be the U.S. Marshals Service stopping a vehicle with a fugitive inside.
The CEO said he invited board members to receive the vaccine after nurses and aides.
Joanna, Chipi, who owns Zen Den Yoga in Portsmouth, was issued a warning by the state's attorney general after allegedly failing to quarantine after she returned from the deadly protest at the U.S Capitol on January 6.