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Hess seeks OK for store, gas station in Bedford

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Hess Corp. representatives will go before the Zoning Board of Adjustment tonight (April 15) for approval of three variances to build a 1,660-square-foot convenience store and 12 self-service gas...

A crew from Busby Construction of Atkinson places bales of sand in three culverts along Riddle Brook, which flows under Route 101 near Wallace Road in Bedford. Project supervisor Doug Robbins said the work will allow engineers to inspect the pipes to see if they need repairs.

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Route 101 improvements are on track in Bedford

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BEDFORD — It's been a long and winding road for the state's Department of Transportation's 10-year improvement plan but there is light at the end of the tunnel.

Next stop on Jette's itinerary: Bedford assistant superintendent

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Michael Jette will move from Merrimack Valley High School principal to assistant superintendent on July 1.

A crew from Busby Construction of Atkinson places bales of sand in three culverts along Riddle Brook, which flows under Route 101 near Wallace Road in Bedford. Project supervisor Doug Robbins said the work will allow engineers to inspect the pipes to see if they need repairs.

Senate to tackle proposed Route 101 improvements

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A vote in the state Senate is expected next month on a 10-year state transportation program which would provide funding for expansion of a two-mile stretch of Route 101.

Bedford parent wants child's survey destroyed

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The father of a Ross A. Lurgio Middle School student is among those parents upset over a recent survey presented to students, saying the questions were inappropriate and were given without proper...

Bedford Planning Board gives approval for Bedford Village Inn hotel

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The Town of Bedford Planning Board gave final approval to plans to build a new three-story hotel on the grounds of the Bedford Village Inn at a meeting on Monday.

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A motorist makes her way slowly through the frost heaves and potholes on Center Road in Hillsborough Monday. It appears this spring will have an abundance of the annual road hazards.

Going on pothole patrol in Goffstown

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Winter's weather brings spring's bad roads. So for the next few weeks, Goffstown will be conducting its seasonal spring repair of potholes.

Noelle Simmons, as Stuart Little, gives a mouse's thumbs-up to Isabella Morris as Mrs. Little and Connor Boisvert as Mr. Little, during a skit at the Bartlett Reads program kick-off on Monday.

Big deal in Goffstown over 'Stuart Little'

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On Monday, Bartlett Elementary School students and staff kicked off Bartlett Reads, a school-wide family read aloud program featuring “Stuart Little,” by E.B. White.

Goffstown committee to examine transportation needs of area

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While a committee in Goffstown has been charged with looking at the need for public transportation, the Blue Bus in Milford is merrily rolling along, providing affordable, accessible rides for those...

Schools cool to teen 'polar plunge' dare

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A quick, all-under dip into the frigid waters of early spring has become something of a rage among high school students at ponds, lakes and rivers around the state, exhilarating the teens and drawing...

Meghan Jones, a New Boston senior at Goffstown High School, won a silver award in the National Scholastic Art and Writing Award contest, with her drawing “Out of the Wild.”

0 Goffstown High student from New Boston wins national art award

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Candia teen charged with burglarizing relative’s home

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A 17-year-old Candia man was charged with burglarizing a relative’s home and taking a rifle and tablet computer, police said.

Erica and Hale Cole-Tucker, front in left photo, owners of Tucker's in Hooksett opened the new diner Monday with one of their primary investors, Kevin Mallette, in back.

New breakfast, lunch diner opens in Hooksett

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On Monday, Hale and Erica Cole-Tucker opened the doors to Tucker's, Hooksett's newest breakfast and lunch diner, which is located in the same building that originally housed a Burger King before...

Hooksett officials move to correct election error

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Officials mistakenly posted a one-year term as a three-year opening.

Tom Walsh, a Hooksett resident since 1978, is the new operator of Robie’s Country Store.

0 Hooksett's historic country store is back in business

0 Pinkerton forum aimed at giving Hooksett voters a voice

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Salem group continues push to raise money for bicycle path

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Selectmen have granted an extension to the Friends of the Salem Bike-Pedestrian Corridor to raise matching funds for the planned bike and pedestrian path that would stretch from the Windham line to...

Aly Brito shows off her best Joe Louis pose at the Fisk Elementary School's annual biography wax museum.

Salem students transform into historical characters

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By staying almost perfectly still, second grade students at the Fisk Elementary School helped bring some major historical figures to life on Friday

Renovation work continues at Salem elementary schools

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Some students at the Soule Elementary School are on the move this week as the renovation project at the school continues.

Windham plans workshops, survey for master plan input

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Surveys and series of public workshops will likely be used to engage Windham citizens in the process of drafting the 2015 Master Plan.

Salem wants to keep school bus options open

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The school district will look to negotiate a new two year contract with First Student, its current bus transportation company.

0 JROTC program will continue in Salem
Last week, it looked like the high school's Air Force JROTC program was going to be deactivated by the Air Force because of low enrollment. ... more

0 Bay State man sentenced for armed home invasion, kidnapping

0 Salem selectmen try to navigate rules on performance reviews

0 DOT program will replace faded signs on Windham back roads

1 JROTC program will continue at Salem High School

0 Salem selectmen sign off on new truck for Public Works

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