The community at large is mourning the death of Hooksett teen who died a little more than a week after being struck by a vehicle. 1
The Pinkerton Academy community is mourning the loss of a student who died Wednesday morning from injuries suffered after being struck by a car more than a week ago. 0
A reported explosive device was found to be an old smoke grenade Monday afternoon. 0
A program designed to help those suffering from addiction or substance misuse disorders will soon find help at the local fire station. 0
Plans for a new multi-family apartment complex have been resurrected after being put on hold briefly this past spring. 0
Hooksett Police Captain Jon Daigle will retire on Aug. 31 after nearly 30 years on the job. 0
A new report detailing suggested improvements for the town's police department will be a “roadmap for the future,” according to town officials. 0
For the last 49 years, mornings have started just before 4 a.m. in the Maurais household. But A tragic course of events put a quick end to a long-time food truck in Hooksett last week. 0
Three new businesses — a coffee shop, a bank branch and a tavern — are setting up shop in Hooksett. 0
An underground cable failure left more than 2,100 Eversource customers without power Monday morning. 1
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