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.
Portsmouth Fire Shares Tips For Christmas Tree Safety
The Portsmouth Fire Department said any small fire that spreads to a Christmas tree can grow in size quickly.
Where To Find Santa Claus On Seacoast This Weekend
Santa Claus will be traveling on the Seacoast this weekend in order to plan his route for Christmas Eve.
Portsmouth Seeking Volunteers To Distribute COVID-19 Vaccine
The City of Portsmouth is seeking volunteers to help distribute the vaccine to the public.
Potential COVID-19 Exposure Identified At Seabrook Restaurant
There were at least two people who had tested positive for COVID-19 that visited the restaurant, per DHHS, while potentially infectious.
Seacoast Bracing For Possible Snow, Wind Gusts This Weekend
Some areas of the Seacoast could see up to 6 inches of snow as a storm rolls through New England this weekend.
Dover Expects Property Tax Increase As City Borrows $17 Million
Dover's City Manager said the city's property assessment protocol was interrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic and wasn't completed on time.
Hampton Nursing Home Reports 70 Cases, 5 Deaths From COVID-19
Oceanside Center, located alongside Route 1 in Hampton, has been associated with 70 positive infections.
UNH Hockey Still Shut Down, Remains in COVID-19 Protocol
The Wildcats have not practiced this week and will not play this weekend's series against the University of Massachusetts.
Man Hospitalized With Burns in North Hampton Fire
The man was transported to the hospital because of his burns from the fire, the cause of which is still under investigation.
Dover Debuts New Community Trail Expansion
The trail improvements are expected to encourage more use and link the middle and high schools to downtown and northern parts of Dover.
Family Trying To Bring Home Body of Thanksgiving Eve Crash Victim
A Waterboro family involved in a fatal, three-vehicle crash is seeking donations to bring home the body of the victim, as well as pay for funeral expenses.
Rochester Police Create Hilarious Video Promoting Car Safety
Rochester police produced a vintage-looking video to remind folks to lock their cars.
Potential COVID-19 Exposure Identified at Plaistow Restaurant
Officials said that there have been three cases of COVID-19 associated with the location thus far.
New COVID-19 Outbreaks at York, Marshwood High Schools
The Maine CDC has opened 20 new outbreak investigations since Thursday.
UNH Hockey Games Postponed Due to Positive COVID-19 Test
UNH had been scheduled to play a home-and-home series Friday and Saturday against Boston College, the nation's second-ranked team, but Hockey East postponed both games.
Fremont Man Drives to Fire Station to Report Burning Garage
After reaching a second alarm, the man's garage was deemed a total loss.