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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.

An aerial view of the plot at 12-8-4 Kilton Road, which would include a health club, retail building and restaurant.

Bedford health club proposal raises concerns

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Residents who live near a proposed health club, to be built at the corner of Kilton Road and Sullivan Drive, expressed concerns over the project at Monday night's planning board meeting.

An aerial view of the plot where the mixed-use development, including an 116-unit senior apartment building, would be built.

Developer spells out mixed-use plan for Bedford project

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A proposed mixed-use development, including a 55-and-older housing facility, at 379 South River Road is one step closer to fruition after a request for conceptual review at Monday night's Planning...

The outline shows the site of a proposed three-story, 37,000-square-foot health club, a 26,170-square-foot retail facility, and a 180-seat, 6,000-square-foot restaurant, with access off Kilton Road via Sullivan Drive and Ridgewood Road in Bedford. The Planning Board will review the conceptual plan at 7 p.m. Monday, July 14.

Conceptual plan for Bedford complex presented Monday

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The Planning Board will hear a conceptual plan on July 14 to build a three-story health club, retail stores and a restaurant on Kilton Road.

Bedford's South River Road plan laid out

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A public hearing is set for July 16 to garner input on the layout of South River Road and the need to acquire property rights along the TIF district.

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

Goffstown lakes to be chemically treated for milfoil infestation

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Glen and Namaske lakes will both be closed to the public for 24 hours in the first week of August, as they undergo chemical treatment to kill an invasive species of aquatic weed.

Goffstown considering grant application for rail trail project

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Members of the Rails to Trail Committee met with the Board of Selectmen on Monday night to discuss applying for a grant from NHDOT, which would allow for improvements to the bike trail.

Goffstown's Lizzy Girard, seen with two young girls — Nangoma and Tio — on a volunteer trip to Zambia, will return to Africa in September.

Goffstown graduate makes an international effort of volunteering

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While most of her fellow recent Goffstown High School grads are preparing for their first semester of college, Lizzy Girard has another item to check off her list before hitting the books:...

New Boston resident Kat Deabill, 16, met “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek when she competed on the game show's Teen Tournament.

For Kat Deabill, competing on 'Jeopardy!' is a dream come true

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Beginning July 21, Deabill will be a contestant in the 29th annual “Jeopardy!” Teen Tournament.

0 Goffstown business panel to do self-assessment

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

Rare dog returns home after missing for more than a week

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Just over a week after his disappearance, Hummer, a rare 11-month-old tri-colored male Bernese Mountain Dog, has returned to his Candia home.

Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas and Superintendent Debra Livingston were among the six Queen City officials present to negotiate with their Hooksett counterparts Wednesday night.

Hooksett and Manchester take first step toward future high school deal

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Last year, Hooksett negotiated an early break from its 20-year contract with Manchester. The mediated settlement resulted in a five-year deal that allowed current Hooksett high schoolers to continue...

Hooksett and Manchester school officials seek new deal

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After Hooksett and Manchester last year negotiated an early break from a 20-year school contract, representatives from both sides are set to meet Wednesday night.

The Boys and Girls Club Suncook recreation facility at Whitten Park is inching closer to a facelift thanks to community development tax credits and an expected block grant.

0 Effort to build recreation center boosted by tax credit award

0 Candia Police reach into neighboring Auburn for new officers

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With Market Basket shelves bare, fresh produce from the Salem Farmers Market could be more popular than ever this weekend.

Salem Farmers Market organizers planning for big turnout

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The Salem Farmers Market is reliably one of the busiest and best attended in the state. But this Sunday's market looks like it could be the busiest it has ever seen.

Seminar series offers guidance for new business owners

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With a successful July seminar in Londonderry under their belt, the staff at the Greater Derry Londonderry Chamber of Commerce have found that bringing town officials and new business owners in the...

Windham schools lay out 20-year capital improvement plan

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A detailed proposal addressing Windham's school facilities' shortcomings will be included in the town's new Capital Improvement Plan.

Salem selectmen sign off on having town property beautified by owner of adjacent property

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The owner of a property at the corner of Main Street and Rte. 28 is looking to beautify some town property in the effort to make its own property more attractive.

Failure to properly number houses cited as issue in Salem E-911 report

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One of the biggest problems emergency personnel have when it comes to the E-911 emergency call system is residents who do not properly number their houses.

Windham looking to connect trails under I-93 crossing

A TAP grant would allow the town of Windham to pave the new Greenway Trail, which will eventually be connected to the Rockingham Rail Trail by a culvert under Interstate 93.

Salem selectmen honor retiring Special Olympics coach

The Knightly Room at Town Hall was packed on Monday night as selectmen honored Edward Gallagher, Jr. for his years of volunteer service to the town.

Letter of credit secured for Salem bike, pedestrian path

The Friends of the Salem Bike-Ped Corridor have secured a letter of credit for $100,000 which will help satisfy the town's required local contribution to the planned bike and pedestrian path along...

Panel OKs auction house in Salem industrial district

An 11,000-square-foot auction house in on its way to 11 Garabedian Drive.

Salem board gives OK for expanded funeral home parking

The owner of the Douglas-Johnson Funeral Home on Main Street has gotten the okay to fix and expand the business' parking from the Planning Board.

Salem planners delay hearing on Italian cafe plan

Earlier this week, the Planning Board continued a public hearing on the site plan for the new location for the popular Ralphie's Cafe Italiano restaurant.

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