Officials are expected to take legal action against the Firebird Motel, a business residents have described as the most dangerous place in town. 0
Work on the new pedestrian bridge in town is stopped after officials noticed a glaring problem: one of the three segments doesn't match the others. 0
The Harmony Place project has until October of next year to check off the remaining requirements before the plan can be officially approved. Once that happens, construction can start on the 63-unit... 0
The school board is looking to tackle three projects next year: adding an addition to the Fred C. Underhill Elementary School, tackling some other recommended fixes at that school and repairing the... 0
All three segments of the new Lilac Bridge in town were installed as of Monday, and the rest of the work to make the bridge walkable is expected to be finished by December. 0
A community pool could be coming to town, but just when, where and what costs are still to be decided. 0
The Hooksett Village Water Precinct is looking to build a new water tank off Hackett Hill and do some water main work in the coming weeks. 0
Travelers should expect delays as a new construction project along College Park Drive starts on Tuesday. 0
Plans for the new roundabout at what can be a congested intersection continue to move forward. 0
Tim Trimbur was in the process of clearing timber from a lot between Hackett Hill Road and Valley View Drive when he received a cease-and-desist order from the town. Town officials believed Trimbur... 0
Okay, leaf peepers, this week certainly peaked in some parts of the state. With all that beautiful foliage is the perfect backdrop for some of the weekend's events. We have hand picked some treats...
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