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Scott Cummings, a prosthetist and orthotist for NextStep Bionics & Prosthestics, Inc. in Manchester, and seventh grader Jack Colantuoni, demonstrate a prosthetic hand during Lurgio's Science Career Day workshops.

Lurgio Middle School students get hands-on experience in science careers

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Seventh grade students at Ross A. Lurgio Middle School got the chance on Friday to learn about careers in the sciences – up close and personal, from professionals working in the field.

TFMoran's revised plans show improvements to the proposed Wayfarer development, including an elongated island in the parking lot to discourage left turns in the right-in/right-out driveway.

Bedford board's OKs pave way for project at old Wayfarer Inn site

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On its third presentation before the Planning Board, Wayfarer, HIR Realty LLC was finally granted two approvals, allowing it to go forward was with redeveloping the former Wayfarer Inn property at...

Members of the Bedford Town Council, past and present, and Town Manager Steve Daly break ground on the new TIF district improvement project at corner of South River Road and Colby Court.

South River Road project kicks off

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Town officials broke ground on Tuesday morning for a new tax increment financing district improvement project at the corner of South River Road and Colby Court, which is expected to improve safety...

Residents crowded in front of a map of the proposed Route 101 widening project through Bedford to inspect the potential impacts.

Bedford residents voice concerns over Route 101 widening project

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A public hearing regarding the state Department of Transportation's Route 101 widening project on Thursday night revealed concerns of abutters to the road, including traffic, noise, safety and...

Best-selling author Sigmund Brouwer took “shelfie” photos with male students at Ross A. Lurgio Middle School when he visited the school on Tuesday. He poses here with eighth-grader Adam McCarthy.


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Author uses music to teach kids the art of storytelling

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Bestselling author Sigmund Brouwer visited Bedford elementary and middle school students on Monday and Tuesday this week, teaching them about the importance of good storytelling – through music.

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Sen. Kelly Ayotte, former WMUR anchor Tiffany Eddy and former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge had a panel discussion on Tuesday on the importance of the U.S. engaging worldwide and being a leader.

Leaders push importance of U.S. engagement worldwide

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At a time when many Americans reject the idea of getting involved in foreign affairs, political leaders from across the spectrum gathered Tuesday afternoon at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics...

Officials to review New Boston school’s overcrowding concerns

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The New Boston School Board voted unanimously last week to form a committee to evaluate the space needs of New Boston Central School, including the potential to send some students to Goffstown.

The farm stand at the Devriendt family's 178 South Mast Road property is currently filled with fall harvest produce. Summer crops, like tomatoes, are also still available, says owner Lea Devriendt.

Land buy allows Devriendt Farm to expand, evolve

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Devriendt Farm, located at 178 South Mast Road in Goffstown, is preparing to expand onto a nearby 140-acre property, the latest evolution of the family-owned business.

Goffstown selectmen nix driveway repavement permit fee

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Following some controversy over the matter back in August, the Board of Selectmen has voted to approve to do away with a $100 fee for repaving private driveways in town.

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Auburn Firefighter Mike Mozer explains to children what is in a fire truck at the fire department open house on Sunday.

Auburn firefighters welcome community to open house

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With fire sirens screaming and lights flashing, the Auburn Fire Department let residents know of their open house on Sunday by parading around town to the delight of children waving from their...

Residents to share ideas on life in Hooksett

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Hooksett residents are invited to a two-day meeting the first week of Nov. to discuss and priortize what changes they would like to see in Hooksett

Hooksett students asking to make changes to high school choices

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Hooksett Superintendent Charles P. Littlefield told school board members Tuesday night that he had been “starting to receive requests” from current high school students who wanted to...

Families from Hooksett listen to Pinkerton Academy English teacher and basketball coach Lani Buskey during a tour of the school Wednesday night.

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0 Hooksett mechanic makes free repairs for two vehicle owners in need

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Attorney Thomas Barnard answers questions from Salem High students during the state Supreme Court's On the Road program on Thursday morning.

Salem students get an up-close civics lesson

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As part of the New Hampshire State Supreme Court's On the Road program, students from Salem, Pelham, Windham, and Londonderry High Schools as well as Pinkerton Academy were able to hear oral...

Proposed Salem realignment plan would close elementary school

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At next Tuesday's School Board meeting, members will consider an elementary school neighborhood realignment plan that includes the closing of the Haigh Elementary School.

School district reaches settlement for faulty gym floor

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The school district has grudgingly reached a settlement over the improper installation of the gym floor at the Lancaster Elementary School.

Salem zoning board rejects proposal for senior housing at mausoleum site

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It will be no go for a planned senior housing development proposed by the owner of a mausoleum at 23 Pond Road

Salem selectmen critical of proposed pipeline route details

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It wasn't the most auspicious introduction Wednesday night for Kinder Morgan Energy Partners' introduction of a gas line expansion project that will include just over two miles of new pipe in Salem.

Salem town manager to notify selectmen of raises

When and how Town Manager Keith Hickey informs the Board of Selectmen about pay raises for non-union personnel has been a source of tension between Hickey and some selectmen in the past.

Testing planned near former wastewater plant in Salem

In the coming month, the town will be testing groundwater near the closed wastewater treatment plant off Rte. 28 to make sure contaminants at the site are not spreading out toward the Spicket River.

Salem to consider closing elementary school

By the end of the month, the school board could be making a recommendation on whether the district should close the Haigh Elementary School and move forward with a school realignment plan.

High rents and home prices may hinder development in Windham

A recent citizens' survey conducted by Northeastern University indicated the town's high rent and housing prices, as well as the shortage of public utilities, could prove a challenge when planning...

Company to address gas line expansion in Salem

The Tennessee Pipeline Gas company is undertaking a major gas line expansion project in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast states that will see some pipeline work taking place in Salem.

Salem's quick strikes sink Alvirne, 36-14 in Hudson

Salem exploded for 29 points in the second quarter and cruised to a dominating 36-14 win over Alvirne of Hudson Friday.

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