After multiple years covering professional sports at the highest level, Richard Morin relocated back to his native New Hampshire to assume managing editor duties with Seacoast Current. He previously covered the National Hockey League and Major League Baseball in Phoenix for The Arizona Republic and the USA TODAY Network. While obtaining his undergraduate degree from Suffolk University in Boston, he also worked for The Boston Globe and WEEI Radio. When not working, you can find him enjoying some craft beer, watching sports or fiddling with his assortment of Batman, Pokémon and Yu-Gi-Oh! collectibles.
Here’s What Outdoor Dining in Portsmouth, New Hampshire Will Look Like in 2021
Will outdoor dining fees for restaurants be waived? When will there be more outdoor seating options beyond heated igloos?
COVID-19 Variant Now Detected in New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts
The B.1.1.7 variant was detected in New Hampshire for the first time, following cases that had been identified in Massachusetts and Maine, respectively.
You Can Now Fly Direct to Nashville from Portsmouth International Airport
Direct flights from Portsmouth to Nashville will be available this spring.
New Hampshire Restaurant Provides Food to Displaced Residents in Raymond Apartment Fire
Tuckaway Tavern and Butchery in Raymond sprung into action and is providing food for individuals affected by the three-alarm fire that tore through a nearby apartment complex early Monday morning.
Did You Receive An Email From VAMS Regarding a COVID-19 Vaccine?
We all know there are a myriad coronavirus-related scams out there — be it electronic or over the phone — so is email contact from VAMS legitimate?
As COVID-19 Cases Surge, More Pressure For New Hampshire Schools To Re-Open
New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu echoed sentiment from the CDC's director that the mass vaccination of teachers is not a requirement for re-opening schools in a safe manner.
WATCH: Winter Storm Causes Havoc at Nubble Lighthouse in York, Maine
A video shared by the York Police Department shows waves violently crashing on the coast, as well as whipping winds having their way with the surf.
Winter Storm Forces Parking Bans, Vaccination Site Closures in New Hampshire
A significant winter storm raging through the northeastern U.S. has forced parking bans and vaccination site closures.
Two-Alarm Fire Destroys Historic Stratham, New Hampshire Home
The home, said to be built in 1820, recently sold for $415,000 in August.
Dover Teachers’ Union Reacts To Potential Elimination of 40 Teaching Positions
The Dover Teachers' Union reacted this week to the news that approximately 40 teaching positions could be eliminated under a new tax-cap compliant budget for the 2022 fiscal year.
A New Hampshire Woman Overdosed on Fentanyl. Now These Three Could Face Life in Prison
Three New Hampshire residents are facing life sentences in wake of a fatal drug overdose that took place in 2019.
New Hampshire Man’s Car Breaks Down During Police Pursuit
Police said they noticed a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee on Friday that had no registration plates and no functioning taillights.
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.
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.
These People Can Now Get COVID-19 Vaccinations In New Hampshire
The state announced that appointments can be scheduled starting Friday and Phase 1B vaccinations will begin on January 26.
COVID-19 Variant With ‘Increased Transmissibility’ Discovered In Massachusetts
A Massachusetts woman in her 20s had traveled to the United Kingdom, which is where the new strain was first detected last month.