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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.

Representatives from health care institutions in the state which are receiving grants to implement SBIRT, a substance abuse screening program for young people, attended a conference in Bedford on Wednesday sponsored by the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.

Bedford initiative aims to fight youth substance abuse

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Health care professionals from around the state gathered in at the Southeastern Regional Education Service Center in Bedford on Wednesday to discuss efforts to curb substance abuse by young people in...

Bedford Fire Dept. to hold live burn exercise Saturday

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The Bedford Fire Department will hold a live burn exercise this Saturday, and the community is invited to participate as spectators.

Bedford planners give final OK to elderly housing development

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The Planning Board voted unanimously on Monday night in favor of a request for final approval of a five-unit, detached elderly housing development at 99 Pulpit Road.

Annual Witch Way 5K returns to Bedford

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Ross A. Lurgio Middle School is gearing up for its fifth annual Witch Way to the 5K race, raising funds for new technology at the school and a local nonprofit.

Scott Cummings, a prosthetist and orthotist for NextStep Bionics & Prosthestics, Inc. in Manchester, and seventh grader Jack Colantuoni, demonstrate a prosthetic hand during Lurgio's Science Career Day workshops.

Lurgio Middle School students get hands-on experience in science careers

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Seventh grade students at Ross A. Lurgio Middle School got the chance on Friday to learn about careers in the sciences – up close and personal, from professionals working in the field.

The Goffstown News more

Sen. Kelly Ayotte, former WMUR anchor Tiffany Eddy and former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge had a panel discussion on Tuesday on the importance of the U.S. engaging worldwide and being a leader.

Leaders push importance of U.S. engagement worldwide

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At a time when many Americans reject the idea of getting involved in foreign affairs, political leaders from across the spectrum gathered Tuesday afternoon at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics...

The Hooksett Banner more

Hooksett Cawley Middle School sixth grade social studies teacher Vince Garland stands with eighth grade students who will lay a wreath at Tomb of the Unknowns from lef,   Mackenzie Conner, 13, Andrew Guillemette, 13, Sagar Gurung, 14, and John Parent, 14.

Hooksett students to lay wreath at memorial

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Students from Hooksett's David R. Cawley Middle School will take part in a solemn ceremony on Nov. 12 in Washington, D.C., laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns.

Auburn Firefighter Mike Mozer explains to children what is in a fire truck at the fire department open house on Sunday.

Auburn firefighters welcome community to open house

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With fire sirens screaming and lights flashing, the Auburn Fire Department let residents know of their open house on Sunday by parading around town to the delight of children waving from their...

Residents to share ideas on life in Hooksett

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Hooksett residents are invited to a two-day meeting the first week of Nov. to discuss and priortize what changes they would like to see in Hooksett

1 Hooksett students asking to make changes to high school choices

0 Hooksett students tour Pinkerton

The Salem Observer more

Windham committee thinks water may be key to lower taxes

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Members of a committee focused on lowering municipal property taxes through increased economic development are re-exploring the possibility of bringing a public water source to the Route 111 corridor.

Portion control may be cutting into Salem lunch program

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In the face of declining participation in the school lunch program, Superintendent Michael Delahanty is considering having the high school withdraw from the Federal Food and Nutrition Service Program.

Subdivision road work in Salem under scrutiny

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The issue came up recently when residents of the Deerfield Street subdivision wrote to selectmen asking for help in getting their road completed.

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Salem board honors former superintendent

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This week, the School Board paid tribute to the man who did as much as anyone to shape the direction of the Salem schools.

Closing Salem elementary school could trim $800,000

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The closing of the Haigh Elementary School will save the school district about $800,000, with the majority of that savings coming from the elimination of positions.

No change in Pelham tax rate

Selectmen have set the 2014 property tax rate at $22.87, which is the same as the 2013 rate.

Pelham Fire Station architecture dispute will continue in trial court

The state's Supreme Court recently reversed a Superior Court ruling stating that the former owner of 18 acres of town land did not have the authority to enforce covenants on the property that were...

Salem property taxes for 2014 up slightly

Salem's 2014 property tax rate has been set at $20.79 per thousand, up from the 2013 rate of $20.46 per thousand.

Former Windham skate park may become gathering place for seniors

The skateboarding park was shuttered by the recreation commission and local police in September 2012, following multiple incidents of destructive behavior, vandalism and unruly clientele.

Windham charter school group gaining an ally

After many months of debate, the Educational Choices Foundation (ECF), the nonprofit group hoping to build a public charter school in Windham, has reached an agreement with the local school district.

Salem elementary school to close

The School Board unanimously voted to close the Haigh Elementary School as part of an elementary school realignment plan at its Tuesday night meeting.

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