Valentine’s Day Snow Forecast Tops Seacoast Headlines This Week
The news that more snow was headed for the Seacoast on Valentine's Day topped Seacoast Current's headlines for the week of February 8-12.
The story, which initially predicted a few inches of snow, warned of an active weather pattern heading for the area in the coming days and weeks. More recent projections now forecast a dusting.
Here are some of the other top stories that featured prominently among Seacoast Current's headlines this week:
This storm, depending on your plans this Sunday, might be the rudest of them all considering it could blanket the region in snow on Valentine's Day.
A Somersworth man pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court to stalking and traveling interstate to violate a protection order.
Dominic J. Archambault, 28, of Milton, New Hampshire, is the second individual to be charged with the burglary of a Sandy Lane home.
Lawrence Pilla, 60, of Dover is facing 10 charges alleging he sexually assaulted a teenager, court documents reveal.
Two individuals from South Berwick were arrested and are accused of Medicaid fraud, according to the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office.
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