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The famous Wayfarer bridge was taken down on Monday. While a nonprofit group in Wentworth hopes to give it new life as a footbridge, it won't receive funding from NHDOT for the project.

Future of historic John Goffe's Mill bridge uncertain

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The John Goffe's Mill bridge — a landmark that became famous through the Wayfarer Inn's role in the New Hampshire primary — was taken down Monday as developers dismantle the hotel, but...

Bedford councilors sworn in

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The town council has a new face as of Monday night, with an adjusted lineup of councilors and a new chairman at the helm.

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Goffstown resident raises concerns about petitioner serving as poll worker

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A resident is questioning whether someone who added a petition warrant article to the town ballot should have been allowed to work at the polls on town meeting day, but town officials say the...

Goffstown Police Department works toward re-accreditation

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The Goffstown Police Department is scheduled for an on-site assessment to maintain its international accreditation, and the community is invited to participate.

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Police are investigating a virus that affected computers at the Auburn town offices and Auburn Village School.

Police investigating virus that attacked Auburn town, school computers

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Auburn police are investigating a virus that hit town, school and personal computers and are urging residents to be careful if they get an e-mail from the town.

Hooksett Public Works employees, from left, Jeffrey Lord Jr. of Manchester, Scott Marshall of Hooksett and Chad Boyd of Epsom said they have been yelled at, threatened with termination and subjected to disparaging remarks about fellow workers by DPW Director Leo Lessard.

Hooksett DPW workers say boss is abusive

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Hooksett Public Works Director Leo Lessard went on a paid administrative leave Friday, according to the town administrator, who said town councilors will consider a host of complaints against him...

Auburn Selectman James Headd, left, answers questions from the public after announcing plans to bring former town administrator Bill Herman back at a board meeting last night. He and Selectwoman Dale Phillips, far right, support Herman's return while Selectman Richard Eaton, middle, said he's opposed.

Questions linger as Auburn selectmen attempt to bring back town administrator

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A majority of Auburn selectmen Monday night expressed support for bringing Bill Herman back as the town's administrator after he resigned last month for reasons that remain a mystery.

0 Text of Vote of No Confidence in Public Works Director Leo Lessard

0 Hooksett to vote on long-term agreement with Pinkerton

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Salem cemeteries reopen

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The town's Pine Grove and Mount Pleasant cemeteries are open for visitation. The cemeteries were closed for several weeks this winter.

Salem High auditorium seats up for sale as renovation begins

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This summer, Salem High School's Seifert Auditorium will be one of the first sections of the school to go as a $75 million renovation plan gets underway.

Salem memorial bench honors Dorothy Crowell

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The Crowell family has a long and storied history in the town of Salem. This week, the town and the recreation department honored one of those family members, accepting the gift of a granite memorial...

Arthur J. Mueller Jr., former Salem publisher, dead at 75

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SALEM — Arthur J. Mueller Jr., former publisher of The Salem Observer, died Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015, of lung cancer.

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Remove Bobhouses from Ice by April 1

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Attention ice anglers: The ice might still be quite nice in many places, but according to state law, all bobhouses (AKA ice shanties), must be removed from the ice no later than the end of the day on...

Spring Outdoor Adventure Talks at N.H. Fish and Game

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Get inspired for outdoor adventures this spring at a series of evening talks offered by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department.

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