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Superintendent Chip McGee listens to third-graders Ashley Bergeron and Libby Norris talk about their “Knockey Pad” invention.

Woodbury students show off creations at Invention Convention

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Students at Peter Woodbury School got to show off their engineering handiwork at the elementary school's annual Invention Convention on Thursday, showcasing student-made gadgets designed to solve...

Candidate's threats to town employee over plow driver complaint draw criticism

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A Bedford town council candidate is facing criticism for threatening — if elected — to fire a public works employee and cut the department's budget after a plow driver damaged his mailbox...

Family situation reason for security increase at Bedford High

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Bedford High School increased its safety procedures on Tuesday because of a private family situation that was gaining attention on the school campus.

The Goffstown News more

Goffstown schools establish best practices for district social media

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The school district has established Facebook and Twitter accounts for each school, in hopes to set a precedent for members of the school community on best practices for social media.

The former Villa Augustina School  in Goffstown.

Villa Augustina now under agreement; yes vote on Goffstown zoning critical

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The former Villa Augustina School property is now under agreement with a potential buyer, bringing the former Catholic school property one step closer to a new identity.

Goffstown to vote on potential change of government next month

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Taxpayers will have the chance to change the town's style of government from town administrator to town manager next month — a proposal that was added to the 2015 town warrant at Wednesday...

Goffstown selectmen support elderly transportation plan

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Residents will be asked to vote next month on whether to allow bus service from the Manchester Transit Authority into Goffstown as part of a two-year introductory program starting in July.

The Hooksett Banner more

About 50 Auburn residents expressed frustration at the selectmen's meeting, hoping to find out why Town Administrator Bill Herman resigned.

Auburn accepts administrator's resignation; residents demand answers

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Emotions ran high at the Board of Selectmen's meeting on Monday night, with the board accepting the resignation of now-former Town Administrator Bill Herman and residents demanding answers from...

The Salem Observer more

Architectural rendering of the proposed Salem public safety complex.



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Salem school officials throw support behind $23.5M public safety complex

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SALEM – School officials are supporting the $23.5-million public safety complex project for the police and fire departments.

Hearing on deck for Salem charter school expansion delayed by snow

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SALEM – A hearing on a plan to expand a charter school and add a hair salon to the retail plaza at 419 South Broadway will have to wait until the Planning Board's next meeting.

Salem Congregational Church marks 275th anniversary

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The First Congregational Church at 15 Lawrence Road in Salem is the oldest church in Salem — 10 years older than the town.

Salem town officials debate cable access channel schedule

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It's not a secret that Selectman Stephen Campbell is the lone dissenting voice on Salem's proposed $23-million public safety complex plan. However, a request by Campbell to voice his minority view on...

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