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Bedford quarterback Mike Vailas looks to throw over lineman Alexander Skillings, center, and Portsmouth defender Ryan Edney during the Bulldogs' 37-7 win Friday night in Portsmouth.

Vailas leads Bedford over land, air and on ‘D’

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Senior quarterback Mike Vailas ran for two touchdowns, passed for one and ran back an interception to lead Bedford to a 37-7 victory over Portsmouth on Friday night.

Town Council Chairman Chris Bandazian presents Planning Board Chairman Paul Goldberg with a plaque and rocking chair in thanks for his 41 years of service to the town of Bedford.

Town Council bids farewell, thanks Paul Goldberg for 41 years of service

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The Town Council recognized the 41 years of service of Planning Board chairman Paul Goldberg on Wednesday night, and wished him farewell as he and his wife prepare to move away from Bedford.

Bedford Planning Board tables Wayfarer approvals again, citing traffic issues

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After being tabled by the Planning Board in August, two final approvals for the proposed John Goffe Plaza on the site of the former Wayfarer Inn were delayed once more by the board at their Monday...

A mockup shows schematic elevations for the new bank building to be built at the Route 101 Plaza.

Planning Board agrees to waivers, final approval to build Bedford bank

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The ongoing improvements to the Route 101 Plaza will continue after the owner won final approval for the construction of a bank at the Planning Board meeting on Monday night.

Some remnants of the Wayfarer Inn, including the footbridge, will be removed by TFMoran in the renovation process. Others, like the mill building, will remain.

Proposed development on Wayfarer site gets green light from conservation group

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The new John Goffe Plaza, a mixed-use development being built on the site of the former Wayfarer Inn and future home of the Bedford Whole Foods Market, is one step closer to fruition after receiving...

Bedford man accused of sexually assaulting 2 children

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A Bedford man was arrested Friday on charges he sexually assaulted two children.

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New Boston students could be given option to attend Goffstown middle school

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New Boston fifth and sixth grade students may have the option to attend Mountain View Middle School in Goffstown starting next year.

Goffstown Historical Society preserving pre-1850s flag

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The Goffstown Historical Society has begun fundraising to preserve a centuries old, hand stitched American flag, an important artifact in the town’s history.

Goffstown selectmen support solar panel tax exemption

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The Board of Selectmen voted on Monday night to include a proposal at the next town meeting in March 2015 in favor of a tax exemption for residents with solar panels.

Kathy Zorawicz's driveway had to be torn out due to water damage. She successfully appealed a driveway permit waiver fee via the Goffstown Board of Selectmen.

Goffstown resident obtains driveway permit waiver, but still questions practice

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Resident Kathy Zorawowicz was unpleasantly surprised when she learned that she would have to pay a $100 permit fee to repave her driveway, due to damage she claims is the town's fault. While she...

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Pinkerton Academy will be an option for more Hooksett students

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Under a new agreement between Hooksett and Pinkerton Academy, the town's eighth graders can continue to choose the Derry high school for an additional year.

99 students from Hooksett to attend Pinkerton as freshmen for new school year

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School officials said they anticipate a routine trip for 99 freshmen students from Hooksett to Pinkerton Academy on Thursday for the first day of classes.

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Salem Rams hope to memorialize volunteer with scoreboard naming

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The Salem Rams youth football program is looking to honor a long-time volunteer with the organization by naming the new scoreboard at Grant Field after him.

Salem looks ahead to property updates

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The town's assessing department could see a big increase in its budget for 2015 as it begins its valuation update for the town's commercial and residential properties.

Windham's Advanced Placement program growing

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Of the 251 College Board AP Exams taken by Windham High School students last spring, 208 received passing grades.

Salem school moves forward with gym floor replacement

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School officials are moving forward with a plan to replace the gym floor at the Lancaster Elementary School.

Windham schools may opt out of federal lunch program

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District officials are weighing their future options as they consider the stricter rules outlined by the federal school lunch program.

Salem senior housing ordinance change proposed

A proposed warrant article for the March town election could increase the ways developers can meet the affordable housing requirements for senior housing developments.

Salem plans to update town's computer equipment

The town is looking to update its computer equipment and put the days of the overcrowded server rooms behind it.

Health club and spa heading to Salem's Main Street area

There appear to be few issues that look to hold up a proposed health club and spa at the popular Tuscan Village marketplace on Main Street.

Salem selectmen want details on water improvement project

Selectmen are looking for more information on a proposed water improvement project along North Policy Street and Old Rockingham Road before they decide if they will support a $1,998,000 warrant...

'Elvis' shakes things up for Windham Terrace residents

At Windham Terrace Assisted Living, music programs play a healing role.

Selectmen to reinstate Salem recreation dept. funding

For selectmen, it is a matter of what the recreation department's budget will be for 2015, not if there will be a recreation department at all.

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