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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.

The Bedford Bison defeated the defending champion Hollis Bulls to capture the 2014 New Hampshire Baseball 38+ state championship. The NHBL is a wood bat league which fields 10 teams from across the state of NH. Front left to right: Dan Schiappa, John Cinelli, Den Linehan, Yami Baker, Jeff Haynes, Ken Proulx. Back: Rod Forrest, Mike Welch, John Forrest, Joe Fabbrini, Pete Leavitt, Sean O'Brien, Dave Smiley, Brian Pishon, Sergio Hebra, Chris Klinger.

Bedford Bison NH baseball 38+ champs for 2014

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The Bedford Bison earned the 2014 New Hampshire Baseball 38+ state championship.

Central's Amar Dzelilovic, left, goes for the ball along with Bedford's Jonathan LaRochelle on Friday.

Bedford boys soccer scores in double-OT to tip Manchester Central

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Bedford High's Alden Skillings got behind the Central defense on a throw-in and beat Manchester Central goalie Alec Patterson at point blank range to give the Bulldogs a 1-0 double-overtime win in...

Bedford gets stellar Moody's Investor rating

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The town of Bedford received the highest bond rating from Moody's Investors Service for next week's sale of $4.1 million in general obligation bonds for infrastructure improvements, the town...

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.

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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...

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...

0 Goffstown DPW director criticizes selectmen liaison, suggests change

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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.

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.

0 Hooksett taps city for default high school

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In this file photo from Oct 7, 2013, Tampa Bay Rays senior baseball advisor Don Zimmer, left, and right fielder Wil Myers talk prior to game three of the American League divisional series. Zimmer will be honored posthumously at a fundraiser this fall in Windham.

Baseball icon Zimmer remembered in Windham

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Former Major League baseball player, manager and coach Don Zimmer, who died June 4 at age 83, had strong roots in the close-knit town and if you'd ask most of the town's longtime residents, many...

Salem residents can register to vote Tuesday night at municipal office

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Salem residents who will be 18 by Sept. 9 can register to vote on Tuesday evening when the Registrars of the Checklist meet from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the lower level of the municipal office building.

Salem considers bonding project with private bank

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School officials are looking at a bonding option to pay for the $75 million high school renovation project that could save the town money compared to the method it has used to finance its last two...

Salem considers legal action over damaged school gym floor at Lancaster Elementary

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In the coming weeks, school officials will be removing the gym floor at the Lancaster Elementary School while the School Board meets with legal counsel to consider possible legal action against...

The Salem Planning Board recently approved the site plan for a botanical garden at a former miniature golf course on North Broadway.

Former mini-golf course to transform into botanical gardens

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Salem gets more than its share of retail stores and restaurants approved by the Planning Board along Rte. 28, but the latest plan approved for 350 North Broadway should bring more than a touch of...

Salem town manager talks of funding cut to CART program

For the third year in a row, Town Manager Keith Hickey has recommended cutting the town's contribution to the Cooperative Alliance for Transportation (CART) public transportation service.

Building joint Salem public safety facility to be studied

This March, voters could get the chance to vote on funding a new joint public safety facility for the police and fire departments.

Selectmen reduce non-resident registrations at senior center

The Russell and Roberta Ingram Senior Center is a popular spot for Salem's senior population, as well as a number of out-of-town residents.

Latest Salem school project coming in under budget

The most recent school district elementary renovation project is coming in on time and under budget, according to Superintendent Michael Delahanty.

Salem surgeon uses TunnelPro System for less invasive rotator cuff surgery

First device of its kind: Dr. Tashin Ergin says by using this device, you lose less bone during the procedure.

Costs associated with Salem water pipe break on Route 28 fall on property owner

There were several issues with municipal water pipes in the area of Main Street and Rte. 28 earlier this summer, but the latest incident appears to have been caused by a faulty connection on the...

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