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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...

Bedford to hold open forum on signage ordinance

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The town will host a roundtable discussion next week for residents and business owners who have concerns about the town's sign ordinance.

Bedford's tax rate increases by 33 cents from 2013

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The town of Bedford's tax rate has been set at $22.50 for 2014, an increase from $22.17 in 2013.

The Goffstown News more

A mock-up shows Bel-Air's current signage, the internally lit sign which was denied by the Zoning Board and opposed by neighbors, and the “highway billboard” Bel-Air plans to install in its place.

Proposed signage creates rift between Goffstown nursing home, neighbors

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Neighbors of a Goffstown nursing home are concerned about the business' plans to erect signage that could be intrusive to homeowners. The director, however, said the nursing home is installing...

Fifth-graders at the Weare Middle School were busy making thoughtful Thanksgiving Day cards that will be sent to the military and elderly residents in a nursing home as part Community Service Enrichment Program. From left: Jacob Wheeler, Terry Seymour and Arriana Johnston.

Weare students take on volunteer projects

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Over 400 students practiced the art of giving during the middle school Community Service Enrichment Program.

Peter Powers, Jr. worked the log splitter with the assistance of Bob Bighinatti during volunteer day for the Sean Powers Wood Bank on Nov. 15 at the Hopkinton-Webster Transfer Station.

Volunteers pitch in to stock wood bank

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The community came together for volunteer day at the Sean Powers Wood Bank on Nov. 15 to help cut, split, load and deliver 28 loads of fire wood to families in need and stack the remaining wood which...

Trevor Langley has returned home to New Hampshire after four years of service in the Marine Corps and is now back to work at his family business, Langley Construction in Goffstown, as vice president-superintendent.

Son of local business owner returns from Marines, joins family company

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After serving his country in the United States Marine Corps, Trevor Langley is back to work in his family business, Langley Construction in Goffstown.

0 Goffstown DPW director to step down

The Hooksett Banner more

Food drive will benefit Hooksett Food Pantry

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Seabrook-based One More Cup Coffee and Robies Country Store and Cafe are holding a food drive to benefit the Hooksett Food Pantry.

Hooksett rejects Manchester's tuition offer

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The Hooksett School Board has unanimously rejected Manchester's tuition offer for the 2018-19 school year.

When residents got together at the Community Profile event last weekend, votes were tallied to create priorities.

Hooksett Community Profile moves on to its next chapter

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About 150 residents of Hooksett met last weekend and determined the direction they would like to their town go in the future.

1 Hooksett chooses roundabout for Hackett Hill intersection

0 Hooksett police chief says motel in town is a 'bad place'

The Salem Observer more

Pelham selectmen are fighting a legal challenge over the design of the fire station.

Pelham officials warn legal spending to swell in fire station suit

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The Board of Selectmen are warning that legal fees will continue to increase as the battle of the design of the Pelham Fire Station continues its way through the legal system.

Members of the Windham Actors Guild got into character during a recent rehearsal of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.” From left are Dan Pelletier, Aaron Foss, Derek Deblois, Allison Rigg, Jolie Nadeau, Emily Fitzgerald and Keith Strang.

'Spelling Bee' musical goes to head of class in Windham

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The Windham Actors Guild will perform the musical, "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" this weekend.

Some gardeners won't be welcome at Salem community farm

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Overseeing Salem's community gardens at Hawkins Farm has come with its share of challenges over the past several years.

Good weather keeps Pelham High project on schedule

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Warm weather this fall has helped keep the $22 million Pelham High School renovation project on schedule.

Windham schools flirt with stricter smoking ban

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Updates to the district's substance abuse policies will return before the Windham School Board next month. If passed, there could be stricter penalties for district employees and visitors caught...

Campbell Farm purchase presents various options

Town officials are considering all options when it comes to the future of Campbell Farm. The town took ownership of the 64-acre farm site in late July.

Salem zoning board says no to 2nd hearing for senior housing development on mausoleum property

There will be no second hearing on a variance that would allow a senior housing development to be built on the property of a Pond Street mausoleum.

Windham residents can get rid of documents Saturday

Locals can safely dispose of their unneeded paperwork outside the Windham Police Station this Saturday.

Selectman addresses public safety proposal rumors

Selectman James Keller recently updated the Conservation Commission on the effort to get an article for funding of a unified public safety complex on the ballot for the March town election.

Windham holds forum to discuss heroin addiction

Across the state, heroin addiction is on the rise. During a community forum at Town Hall Wednesday evening, local police said it’s a problem that’s made its way into Windham.

Salem emergency volunteers get grant funding

Over the past decade, volunteers from the town's Citizens Emergency Response Team (CERT) have helped emergency responders during floods, ice storms, snow storms, and flooding.

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