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.
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.READER COMMENTS: 0
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...READER COMMENTS: 0
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.READER COMMENTS: 0
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...
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.READER COMMENTS: 0
New Boston fifth and sixth grade students may have the option to attend Mountain View Middle School in Goffstown starting next year.
The Goffstown Historical Society has begun fundraising to preserve a centuries old, hand stitched American flag, an important artifact in the town’s history.
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.
A gas station that has stood empty in the center of town for several years could soon be open for business under new ownership.READER COMMENTS: 0
A proposed used car dealership on South Broadway has some neighbors concerned that it will only add to the flooding situation in the nearby Belmont Street area.READER COMMENTS: 0
When the town's Budget Committee meets on Wednesday, Oct. 1, it will be getting its initial look at a possible plan for the town to build a new public safety complex.READER COMMENTS: 0
The Windham board of selectmen will meet again in November to finalize details on the future sale of unused town lands.
It won't be long before its snow and ice season in the state, but that isn't stopping Salem from getting some additional road construction projects completed before the bad weather hits.
With work on the first phase of the Salem Bike-Ped Corridor looking to get underway next spring, selectmen have signed off on an application that would fund the proposed second phase of the project.
Of the three major cuts Town Manager Keith Hickey proposed for the 2015 municipal budget, two of those were seen as safe bets to be funded.
The Zoning Board of Adjustment is looking for a resident interested in serving as an alternate member on the board.
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.
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.
Of the 251 College Board AP Exams taken by Windham High School students last spring, 208 received passing grades.
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