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:

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1. Two New Hampshire Cumberland Farms Locations Close Due To COVID-19

Both the Epping and Somersworth locations are temporarily closed and undergoing the proper health protocols and cleaning.

2. Fugitive In Maine Allegedly Used Fake Name Before He Was Arrested In Hotel Room

Investigators searched hotels Tuesday morning and located the man using a fake name, according to a press release from the U.S. Marshals Service.

3. U.S. Marshals: New Hampshire Fugitive Hid Under Blankets Before He Was Arrested In Dover

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.

4. New Hampshire Condemns Nursing Home That ‘Cut In Line’ For COVID-19 Vaccine

The CEO said he invited board members to receive the vaccine after nurses and aides.

5. New Hampshire Told Her to Quarantine After Capitol Rally. Now She’s Asking for Money

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.

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