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Londonderry blood drive scheduled for Friday

Local and state emergency officials are urging community members to donate blood on Friday at Londonderry's community blood drive.

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Goffstown accepts grant for purchase of trauma equipment

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The $11,002 grant will allow the town to purchase trauma and ballistic equipment for the town of Goffstown’s fire and emergency medical services personnel.

Rob Schaefer, member of the Saint Claudine Villa Academy board, used this Play-Doh set as a prop for arguing in favor of a zone change for the Villa Augustina School.

Goffstown Planning Board hears argument to rezone Villa Augustina

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At the Planning Board's Thursday public hearing for proposed zoning changes, resident Rob Schaefer argued that the Villa Augustina School property be re-zoned in order to make the property easier to...

With the purchase of the former Villa Augustina School (shown above) now off the table, the Goffstown School Board is exploring other avenues for addressing growing space needs at Bartlett Elementary School.

School board exploring space options at Goffstown schools

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With the purchase of the former Villa Augustina School now off the table, the Goffstown School Board is exploring other avenues for addressing growing space needs at Bartlett Elementary School.

Goffstown board shuts down cannabis facility amendment

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A proposed zoning amendment that would have allowed for the construction of a cannabis production facility in the town's industrial zone was unanimously shut down at a Planning Board public hearing...

Firefighters battle a blaze in Goffstown on Monday night.

0 Goffstown fire destroys chicken coop

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Hooksett School Board member resigns

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School board member Todd Lizotte resigned the board last night, one day before the filing period began, and was then appointed to the board to finish his first year.

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Salem selectman vows taxpayers won't pay for railroad ties removal

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Town officials are inching closer to a plan for the removal of the ties, but now the big question is how to pay for the removal.

Early start planned for next school year in Salem

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Although Salem students have been heading back to school before Labor Day for over a decade, the start of the coming school year could feel like it is taking an even bigger chunk out of the end of...

Deliberative session to include Salem High School project update

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In anticipation of a quick deliberative session this year, Salem school officials will also be presenting an update on the $75-million high school renovation project that voters approved last March.

Salem board fails to back water extension request

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Selectmen are not backing a citizens' petition warrant article to extend town water lines down Bluff Street this year, but have said they will look into issues on the street as part of a possible...

Salem students' commitment to veterans lasts all year

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The Woodbury Middle School has a well-deserved reputation for its commitment to improving the lives of local veterans.

Filing papers available for Salem school board seats

Candidates for the two three-year School Board positions up for election in March may file beginning on Wednesday, Jan. 21.

Push is on for new police station in Salem

The town's senior citizens, as well as any other interested residents, will have a firsthand chance to see community leaders present the need for a new public safety complex.

Renovations will address accreditation concerns at Salem High School

Salem High School will continued to be accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, but the school was put on warning for several issues related to curriculum and community...

Salem Christmas Fund donor list

The following people have donated to the Salem Christmas Fund.

Selectmen issue public apology to community development director

Windham selectmen have issued a public apology to the Community Development Director Laura Scott following an incident that occurred during a meeting earlier this month.

Second SRO will go to ballot before budget in Windham

A warrant article asking Windham voters to approve the $68,000 hire of a second school resource officer is expected to appear on the March ballot.

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