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:

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1. More Snow Could Blanket New Hampshire, Maine on Valentine's Day

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.

2. New Hampshire Man Stalked Former Girlfriend, Family in Maine

A Somersworth man pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court to stalking and traveling interstate to violate a protection order.

3. Second Arrest Made in Dover, New Hampshire Home Burglary

Dominic J. Archambault, 28, of Milton, New Hampshire, is the second individual to be charged with the burglary of a Sandy Lane home.

4. Former Facebook Group Admin Facing 10 Sexual Assault Charges

Lawrence Pilla, 60, of Dover is facing 10 charges alleging he sexually assaulted a teenager, court documents reveal.

5. Maine Residents, Company Allegedly Falsified Medicaid Claims

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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