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Hollis/Brookline High School teacher and former Peace Corps member Rod Clark show Lurgio eighth graders photos from his time volunteering in Swaziland, including the house he lived in.

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Lurgio students learn about Africa, water scarcity through unique approach

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Thanks to a special curriculum based on the book “A Long Walk to Water,” eighth graders at Lurgio have expanded their worldview – and how their wide range of studies all are...

Bedford Town Council to host sewer expansion forum

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The Bedford Town Council will host a public forum on Dec. 10 to discuss the proposed sewer extension in town along Route 101.

Theodore and Margaret Pobywajlo were in the process of packing up and moving out of their home at 56 Back River Road on Saturday when Theodore was struck by a vehicle and later died, said new homeowner Kristi Smith-Perry.

Man hit by car was moving out of his Back River Road home of 28 years

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The man who was struck by a vehicle in the street in front of his house on Saturday and eventually died from injuries sustained in the accident was moving out of his home of 28 years that day, said...

Doris Przybyla

Bedford police search for missing 74-year-old woman

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Police are asking for the public's help to find a 74-year-old woman last seen driving on New Boston Road Wednesday afternoon.

From left, Karen White and Jenny Stephen of the Manchester School of Technology;  Charlie Sherman of New Horizons; Great NH Restaurants CEO Tom Boucher;  Maureen Beauregard of Families in Transition; Meghan Brady of St. Joseph Community Service; and Tanya Randolph, Great NH Restaurant's community outreach coordinator, pose with a check for $50,000 for the four beneficiaries of “Thanks for Giving.”

FEEDNH supports local nonprofits

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As local nonprofits are in a crunch to meet the needs of the populations they serve more than ever during the holiday season and cold winter months, a local restaurant group has stepped up to help...

The Goffstown News more

The Villa Augustina School has stood empty since it closed in June.

Goffstown School Board abandons plans to buy, renovate Villa Augustina

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Following a tour of the Villa Augustina School on Mast Road on Saturday, the Goffstown School Board has decided to not pursue purchasing and renovating the former Catholic school to address growing...

The Villa Augustina School has stood empty since it closed in June.

Goffstown School Board tours Villa Augustina School as purchase explored

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Members of the Goffstown School Board, School Administrative Unit 19 Superintendent Brian Balke, and town residents toured the closed Villa Augustina School property on Saturday, hoping to get a...

At its November meeting, the school board was presented with a number of short-term options to address space needs at Center Woods Elementary School in Weare. The long-term solution is to build an addition to the school.

Space needs addressed at Weare's Center Woods Elementary

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The Weare School District is addressing space needs issues at the Center Woods Elementary School and presented a few creative short-term options at the November Weare District School Board Meeting.

Goffstown gears up for 'Friday Night Under the Lights'

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The Goffstown Main Street Program will host its annual Friday Night Under the Lights holiday event tomorrow night.

0 School district moves ahead on appraisal of Villa Augustina property

The Hooksett Banner more

Hooksett police get OK to replace old weapons

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The Hooksett Town Council has given the green light to police to use $7,456 in drug forfeiture money to purchase replacement weapons for the department.

Hooksett police seek drug forfeiture funds to purchase new guns

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Citing safety concerns and the need for “weapons that are in pristine working order,” Hooksett Police Chief Peter Bartlett will be asking to buy newer weapons when he addresses town...

Auburn road agent files lawsuit for being named in illegal dumping probe

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Auburn's elected road agent has filed a lawsuit against the town, police department and a local subcontractor who accused him of illegally burying solid waste at the town's closed landfill.

1 After board OK's extension, Manchester mayor slams Hooksett tuition offer

0 Food drive will benefit Hooksett Food Pantry

The Salem Observer more

Good news for residents near former wastewater plant

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A recent round of testing at Salem's former wastewater plant shows it is unlikely that contaminants have spread to nearby private property.

Salem impact fee process to go before public hearing

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A public hearing on possible changes to the town’s impact fee structure will take place in the coming month.

Pelham power line project could impact town

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Selectmen are promising residents that they will get a chance to hear about a possible power line expansion project that would impact the town at a public meeting early next year.

A Chat with Elsie: Windham principal recognized for excellence

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Congratulations to Windham Middle School Principal Daniel Moulis, who has been selected as a finalist for the 2014 Principal of the Year award by the New Hampshire Association of School Principals.

Willow Street Bridge funding decision imminent

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At their next meeting on Dec. 23, selectmen may decide if they want to move forward with a warrant article to fund the replacement of the Willow Street Bridge.

Salem school officials eye additional half-day kindergarten class

School officials are considering adding an extra half-day kindergarten classroom after the new year to help keep class sizes at an acceptable level.

Salem Christmas Fund

The following people recently donated to the Salem Christmas Fund.

Windham High gets into the Christmas spirit

Members of Windham High School's Jaguar Community Alliance, a club that fosters friendships between athletes and special needs students, convinced their teachers to sport Santa suits this week, for a...

Windham seniors bake bread for Helping Hands

This month, some of the residents of the Windham Terrace assisted living community have been baking up a storm for Windham Helping Hands, a local charity assembling holiday food baskets for local...

Salem receives $10,000 donation for new police dog

A local business owner is donating $10,000 to help the police department purchase and outfit a new police canine.

Salem district presents proposed budget to committee

The school district presented its proposed 2015-16 budget to the town's Budget Committee this week, highlighting areas in which the district has managed to cut expenses and pointing out where it has...

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