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PORTSMOUTH — It was a family affair on stage in the Portsmouth Middle School Little Theater Friday, as three members of the Killavey family brought...

PORTSMOUTH — Author Eve LaPlante will present a lecture entitled "Anne Hutchinson: Founding Mother or American Jezebel?" for the Portsmouth's 375th anniversary on Friday, Oct....

PORTSMOUTH — The spot where Anne Hutchinson's followers first came to settle Portsmouth 375 years ago was filled with ancestors of the early settlers during...

PORTSMOUTH — When Jacob Haller first read about the trial of Anne Hutchinson in Sara Vowell's book, "The Word Shipmates," it struck him as material...

Go on, it's OK to admit it. You've never been to Founder's Brook, right? You may not even know where it is. For those of...

PORTSMOUTH — Anne Hutchinson's name just became a little more prominent in town. Thanks to a volunteer, Carolyn Evans-Carbery of the Portsmouth Garden Club, the sign...

PORTSMOUTH — Three hundred and seventy-five years later, the family of Anne Hutchinson is still touting the benefits of medicinal herbs. "This is an old-fashioned pharmacy,"...

PORTSMOUTH — It doesn’t look like much: a nearly indecipherable scrawl of just 76 words, followed by 23 signatures. Like Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, however, the document’s...