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Hooksett asks businesses, 'How did we do?'

The town of Hooksett is doing a case study project where they are interviewing businesses who have recently expanded or moved in town to get feedback on town amenities and procedures.

Jackson Marshall, 8, of Hooksett was able to meet Wille Mays, one of baseball's all-time greats, at the national Pitch, Hit and Run championships during All-Star week festivities in Cincinnati. Marshall was the event's national champion in the 7- and 8-year-old category. Also in the photo is Ethan Manock from North Dakota and Abby Braby from Missouri.

A major-league summer for Hooksett boy who won national competition

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When Dan Marshall of Hooksett entered his 8-year-old son, Jackson, into the local Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit and Run competition, they both had no idea how it would change their lives over the...

Hooksett approves site plan for strip mall at Exit 10

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The Hooksett Planning Board last week approved a site plan for an 8,000-square-foot strip mall next to the Dunkin' Donuts on West River Road near Exit 10 of Interstate 93.

Candia selectmen remain silent on committee nomination

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A nomination to the town's energy and recycling committee was met with silence by four selectmen Monday, as were requests to explain what the nominee said was a “slap in my face.”

Auburn OKs two 'clustered' subdivisions

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The Auburn Planning Board approved two subdivisions last week totaling 53 lots, 50 of which are “clustered' to allow for open space.

Andre Chagnon of Hooksett, whose son is in the Army, helps Emmett Fleming, 3, build a foam airplane at the Seacoast Salutes event in Portsmouth on Sunday.

Seacoast Salutes brings together members of military, community

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Hundreds turned out Sunday for a military appreciation day in Portsmouth to show support for veterans and raise money for organizations benefiting service members.

Surveillance footage of an alleged shoplifter at Rite Aid in Hooksett.

Hooksett shoplifter triggers police pursuit into Manchester

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An alleged shoplifter got away with a laundry basket filled with electronics Monday morning, despite a short police chase by a Hooksett officer that was called off in Manchester.

A three-story building at Hooksett's Carrington Farms condominium complex remains vacant, five months after snow caused the roof to collapse.

0 Long wait frustrates Hooksett condo owners

15 'Hands free' violation leads to drug arrests

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Hooksett Planning Board approves well project

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The planning board Monday voted unanimously to extend its approval of a Manchester Water Works project to tap the Merrimack River using a well design that will be the first of its kind in New...

Bob Schroeder stands by the antique scale used to measure Robie's famous cheddar cheese.

0 No current operator, but Robie's doors still open

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