It was a perfect New Hampshire May morning for the running of the 39th Bedford Rotary Memorial Road Races Saturday.
Bedford High School graduate Mackenzie "Teddy" Robert was a long way from home when the bombs at the Boston Marathon ripped through the heart of the city she loves.READER COMMENTS: 0
She may be hundreds of miles from New Hampshire, but Mackenzie “Teddy” Robert’s heart is never far from home.READER COMMENTS: 0
BCTV is at the cutting edge of cable access, and the only thing missing is you. Public tours were recently available to show residents what’s available at the station, how they can catch up with...READER COMMENTS: 0
The town council recently increased the town’s ambulance fees to 50 percent above Medicare approved rates, a move that will have no effect on Medicare and Medicaid patients but which will...READER COMMENTS: 0
Members of the Bedford High School equestrian team have more to think about than just themselves when they head to Fremont this weekend to compete in the New Hampshire High School Equestrian Teams...
College Notebook: Eventful week for Northeastern's Lyons brothers from Bedford
PUBLISHED 5/4 @ 10:47 pm
Bedford Market Basket's grand opening is next week
PUBLISHED 5/1 @ 8:09 pm
Work will begin this summer on a 43,000-square-foot residence hall, which will be ready for occupancy for the fall 2014 semester. Built near the Bertrand and Brady Halls, the three-story residence...READER COMMENTS: 0
GOFFSTOWN - An effort is under way to get the Goffstown School Board to change its decision switching the portable classrooms and the library at Maple Avenue Elementary School.
GOFFSTOWN - Two public hearings on Tuesday, May 21, will address busy intersections and road repairs, including the possibility of a third roundabout in town.READER COMMENTS: 0
While the Goffstown School District has approved the addition of four handicap-accessible parking spaces closer to the entrance at Goffstown High School, it isn’t yet clear how they will be...
Hopkinton's new DPW garage finally rising from ashes of old barn
PUBLISHED 5/5 @ 10:14 pm
76-year-old Deering man was selling drugs with his guns, police say
UPDATED 5/2 @ 8:24 am
Hooksett residents who voted this week to abolish the town's Police Commission as of next January were trumped Thursday night when the entire board resigned. The commission was working to implement a...
A big win would mean loans paid, a new house and help for family, said Amber Cushing, who appeared as a contestant on “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire” on Monday, May 13, winning $25,250.READER COMMENTS: 0
Hooksett voters have given the town’s Police Commission its notice, with a petition warrant to abolish the body narrowly passing at the town vote May 14. Voters also chose David Ross as town...
Nashua wine shop plans fundraiser for bombing victims
UPDATED 5/17 @ 9:16 pm
Hooksett police say trio stole semi-automatic handgun from Riley's
PUBLISHED 5/16 @ 12:28 am
Manchester school officials fighting contract battle on two fronts
PUBLISHED 5/13 @ 11:40 pm
Manchester takes legal action to stop Hooksett school exodus
PUBLISHED 5/10 @ 1:07 am
Hooksett greenhouse firm grows its business - in Alaska
PUBLISHED 5/7 @ 7:13 pm
Teen kidnapped at mall, taken to Hooksett, made to strip, set free in apparent vendetta
UPDATED 5/6 @ 2:26 pm
The staff at A Family Promise, a charity tackling childhood homelessness in the region, is seeking a few talented men and women to assist with its fall fundraising event.READER COMMENTS: 0
The daughter of the Salem man who lost nearly all of his belongings when his house caught fire Tuesday afternoon is reaching out to the online community for assistance.READER COMMENTS: 0
BRENTWOOD – The parents of a Salem student seriously injured in 2010 after she fell 15 feet through an opening in bleachers at Salem High School are suing the school district and the town. Ann...READER COMMENTS: 0
Windham community development officials are hoping next month’s launch of the new Adopt-A-Spot program will help make their town a prettier place.
Pelham’s town center is looking noticeably different these days with the addition of the long-awaited new fire station at the Village Green.
Whether he's pedaling across the countryside or atop an exercise bike in the local gym, Windham resident Shawn Mullen never rides alone. ... more
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0 Judge orders witness in kidnapping trial to jail until he testifies
0 Windham economic development panel adds fresh faces
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Judge gives Salem engineer with underwater mortgage year in jail for growing pot
PUBLISHED 5/17 @ 12:50 pm
Beverage sale in Salem is helping an injured Marine
PUBLISHED 5/15 @ 8:57 pm
UPDATED: Mass. woman dies after being struck by truck early Sunday in Salem
UPDATED 5/12 @ 8:13 pm
Mass. man charged with Craigslist extortion plot for threatening to expose encounter with married man
PUBLISHED 5/10 @ 12:37 pm
Witness refuses to testify, delays Windham kidnapping trial
PUBLISHED 5/7 @ 8:02 pm
Mass. man ordered to testify about Windham kidnapping
PUBLISHED 5/6 @ 9:50 pm
Atkinson man charged in assault of woman shoved from truck
UPDATED 5/6 @ 12:27 pm