The nonprofit Seacoast Family Promise had hoped to provide training, medical and social services at a new day center in an Exeter neighborhood. But after two months of back and forth, the town’s Zoning Board of Adjustment voted the proposal down Tuesday night.
Although the nonprofit says all guests would have passed criminal background and illegal drug tests, neighbors continued to worry the center would reduce property values and impact neighborhood safety.
Exeter superintendent of schools Michael Morgan is not giving many details about what he's calling "an incident involving the inappropriate use of personal technology." His primary responsibility, he says, is to protect students' privacy.
On Wednesday, Exeter Police Chief Richard Kane told Seacoast Media Group “the police department is actively investigating.”
An unusual festival in Exeter, New Hampshire has avoided cancellation with help from a seemingly unusual benefactor.
It's the Exeter UFO Festival, and to explain more we turn to Jason Claffey, editor at Exeter Patch. He's been reporting on the UFO Festival and joins All Things Considered host Brady Carlson with an update.