About Newington

NEWINGTON is considered the commercial capital of the New Hampshire seacoast. It is home to less than 1,000 people. Many of it's residential homes have lovely views over Great Bay and the town enjoys one of the lowest tax rates in the state. Sitting just west of historic Portsmouth, Newington is located on the south banks of the Piscataqua River and is a haven for commercial business. With close proximity to Routes 1, 1A and I-95, travel into Maine takes but five minutes over one of the three bridges leading to that state.est bank of the Squamscott River, Newfields is bordered by Newmarket to the north, Exeter to the south, Stratham to the east (separated by the Squamscott), and Epping to the west.

Home to hundreds of businesses, Newington has anything a consumer could want. The sprawling Fox Run Mall has dozens upon dozen of shops and stores offering wares of all sorts. The Fox Run Mall boasts a Sears, JC Penney, Macy's, Yankee Candle, Victoria's Secret, Eastern Mountain Sports, several jewelers, a food court, bookstores, electronics specialty stores and anything else you might need. The nearby Crossing at Fox Run is home to a Best Buy, Staples, Barnes & Noble Bookstore and a 12-screen movie cinema. Also located very close by is a Wal-Mart, a Home Depot, Shaw's, K-Mart, TJ Maxx, Marshall's and many more stores to suit all your needs. Newington is also home to several car dealerships as well as many fine and casual dining establishments. Anything you want, anything you need it's here in Newington, including air travel by way of Pease International Tradeport, over half of which is physically located in the town of Newington.

Newington, NH is a part of SAU #50, and maintains classes for students in kindergarten through the sixth grade at the Newington Public School. Local students in grades seven and eight attend the Portsmouth Middle School while grades nine through twelve are taught at the Portsmouth High School.

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