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Town Council approves discontinuing 2 Bedford roads

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The Town Council unanimously approved the discontinuance of portions of Harvey and Bedford Center roads at its meeting on Wednesday night.

Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountain's CEO Patricia Mellor, left, and communications manager Mary Ellen Hettinger, right, pose in the headquarter's store with the new Girl Scout Barbie. GSGWM will host its

NH Girl Scouts set to celebrate partnership with Mattel, Barbie

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The Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains will celebrate the release of the new Girl Scout Barbie this weekend at its Bedford headquarters, with career-women from several fields present.

Outdoor movies a possibility for Bedford

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The Bedford Village Common Development Committee discussed the possibility of getting a projection screen for summer movie nights for children on the Common.

Energy Commission lays out roadmap for improving efficiency

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The Energy Commission has established a set of priorities designed to improve energy efficiency, conservation, sustainability, reliability and affordability in the town.

Bedford Eagle Scout Silas Johnson built a bridge over Ash Bog for his Eagle Award project.

Eagle Scout completes new bridge over Ash Bog

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Silas Johnson's presentation of his Eagle Scout project was met with positive feedback from the Conservation Commission.

The Goffstown News more

Goffstown CIP Committee debates completing ADA requirements at Grasmere Town Hall

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Deliberations over improvements to Grasmere Town Hall by the Capital Improvements Program Committee showed a split in opinion by the members over whether the project be delayed or not.

Goffstown resident says milfoil is a big problem; DES says it's doing its best

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Michael Allard wants you to know that milfoil infestation is a big deal in New Hampshire, and that if you enjoy the state’s many lakes – 79 of which are currently documented as having...

Goffstown DPW director criticizes selectmen liaison, suggests change

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The Board of Selectmen’s meeting on Monday night revealed tensions between a town department and its respective board liaison, with a suggestion made that the liaison should be changed.

Goffstown to play Barnstable in final game of pool play at New England Regional

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Goffstown Little League faces Barnstable, Mass., today in its final game of pool play at 4 p.m. at the New England Regional in Bristol, Conn.

Maps indicate which areas of Glen Lake (top) and Namaske Lake (bottom) will be treated for milfoil infestation.

0 Goffstown lakes to be chemically treated for milfoil infestation

The Hooksett Banner more

Hooksett woman dies after N.J. swimming accident

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A local woman who was rescued last week after getting caught in a rip current in Atlantic City, N.J., died Saturday after being taken off life support, according to her obituary and a report in an...

Andrew Masson of Boscawen, left, and Bill Hand of Danville prepare for a cookout Saturday outside Market Basket in Hooksett. The cookout is for workers, especially for part-timers being idled starting Sunday.

Waiting game costs Market Basket millions

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Business was so slow at Market Basket off Interstate 93 on Saturday morning that the 385-parking lot that normally would be nearly full contained exactly six cars.

Hooksett taps city for default high school

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Pinkerton currently serves as the district's high school of record.

Police are seeking answers after a lost Candia dog mysteriously returned home.

0 Rare dog returns home after missing for more than a week

0 Hooksett and Manchester take first step toward future high school deal

The Salem Observer more

Volunteers sought to help with traveling tribute for Vietnam vets

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The Salem Veterans Association is looking for volunteers to help out when the American Veterans Traveling Tribute Cost of Freedom display comes to Salem High School in October.

Pastors from the Granite United Church baptized new church members at Hedgehog Park on Sunday during the church’s Beach Bash.

Granite United Church baptizes 200 at Salem park

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Hedgehog Park was the scene of one of this year’s largest baptisms in New England.

Kevin Rodwell

...facing prison time

Charges against Salem man include kidnapping, child sex abuse images

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A Salem man is facing charges that he kidnapped a 14-year-old girl Massachusetts girl and had sexual relations with her at his apartment, according to prosecutors.

Proposed zoning change would limit heights of buildings in Salem center

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A proposed zoning amendment would set a height limit for new buildings in the town center district.

Pelham police chief mulls requesting warrant article re-establishing dog unit

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The police department has been without its own canine unit for the past three years, relying instead on state police and mutual aid.

Board member questions Depot District zoning

One Planning Board member is having second thoughts about allowing construction closer to the road in the town's Depot overlay district.

Political signs a concern for Windham officials

Town officials aren't sure where to draw the line when it comes to political signs on public property.

Windham Estates to get more fire hydrants

As part of a long-overdue water line replacement, the Windham neighborhood will get nine more fire hydrants. Right now there is only one hydrant servicing Windham Estates.

Pelham selectmen support new dispatch console in budget

Selectmen are supporting a three-year lease for the purchase of a new radio console system for the town's dispatch center in the 2015 budget.

Renovations should be completed by first day of school in Salem

The major renovation projects at the Soule and Fisk elementary schools should be completed by the time teachers and students head back to school.

Community garden in Salem busts out all over, causing concern

It has been a great growing season at the town's community gardens at Hawkins Farm, in fact, maybe a little too good for some gardeners who have been expanding their plots more than is allowed.

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