After some delay, the Hooksett Fire Department will be starting up their Safe Station program next week. 0
The community rallied together to support a local farm after the dry summer left their fate in flux. 0
Town officials will look into potential traffic calming measures for one of the roads in town as a way to solve part of an alleged town-wide speeding problems 0
Plans for a new gas station in town hang in the balance as developers await a variance from the Hooksett Zoning Board of Adjustment. 0
Plans for a new rail trail system are on hold as town officials look for potential funding for the project. 0
Design plans for a new roundabout at a congested intersection are moving forward, as new cost estimates were given to town officials. 1
The Hooksett Lions Club is accepting nominations for the 2017 Citizen of the Year. This annual celebration has honored individuals since 1959, when Fred C. Underhill was named Citizen of the Year. 0
After spending months in the hospital, the best gift that Adyson “Ady” Lavallee and her family got this year was being able to spend Christmas at home together. 0
School officials are considering a new policy that could allow for legal action against parents whose kids have an unpaid balance for school lunches. 0
School officials are looking at space requirements as they continue to study full-day kindergarten. 0
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