Dressed in circa 1913 costumes representing either their own families’ ancestry or a country they adopted, fourth-grade students celebrated the school’s 14th annual Ellis Island Day.
The head of the county's renewable energy initiative calls energy credits the 'best kept secret in the state.'READER COMMENTS: 2
At Bellwether Credit Union branches in Bedford and Nashua, there is no rope line, no counters, no cash drawers, no protective barriers.READER COMMENTS: 0
Lisa Hall is hoping to win $100,000 - not for herself, but to help give many New Hampshire children a voice. To win, Hall needs your vote. Soon.READER COMMENTS: 0
Lefty is a one-eyed, 14-year-old horse who needed a home. Mr. Maxx had been tied up for seven years and now has no canine teeth after trying to chew through his chains. When Mr. Maxx arrived at the...READER COMMENTS: 0
Over the past two years, the Stockings for Seniors program has brought holiday cheer to more than 300 local seniors by providing gifts of every-day necessities, blankets, sweaters, gift cards and...
The School Board presented its $36.5 million budget for the 2014-15 school year to the Budget Committee, including adding teachers, library staff and late buses to cover the after-school program.READER COMMENTS: 0
Grasmere Town Hall on Center Street has a long history as a meeting place, a school, a grange and a courthouse. The Grasmere section of town was once the center of Goffstown until the railroad rolled...
White cars from the New Hampshire Division of Emergency Services and Communications will cruise around town starting today in order to create an accurate map of all the properties in town.READER COMMENTS: 0
The Planning Board and farmer Tom Giovagnoli have more work to do if his proposed egg production facility is to be built.
The Hooksett School Board is expected to vote on newly revised versions of agreements with the Bow and Londonderry School Districts that would allow up to a certain number of Hooksett high school...
While the Hooksett School Board announced that they hope to have Memorandums of Understanding from Bow and Londonderry prepared for a vote for the Board’s next meeting on Dec. 3, it was also...READER COMMENTS: 2
During a heated Hooksett School Board special meeting Tuesday night, the board agreed to restart negotiations with Pinkerton Academy in hopes of sending high school students to the Derry school by...
The town has completed the sale of the former Mary Foss School on Lawrence Road to developer EWRM LLC, but during the closing, town officials and the new owners noticed something missing from the...READER COMMENTS: 0
Windham residents will ring in the season this Saturday at the town's annual tree lighting ceremony.READER COMMENTS: 0
A $74,745,000 figure for the high school renovation and reconstruction project will be on the warrant for the March town election.READER COMMENTS: 0
In her 11 years at Salem High School, science teacher Laura Preston has believed in hands-on learning opportunities.
The Planning Board wants more traffic and parking information before it reconsiders lifting a condition on the size of a future business that could occupy the Namco pool supply store at the Stateline...
Selectmen have approved a conservation easement on just under seven acres of developable land at the corner of Bluff Street and Millville Road. ... more
0 Superintendent works on setting personal goals
0 Salem chief says ladder truck grant unattainable
0 Windham selectmen show support for community garden plan
0 Winning bidder to finalize Foss School purchase Friday
0 Salem landowner says he's subdivided enough, wants land protected
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