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Nashua settles suit over gas collection system

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A legal dispute over the city's gas collection system is coming to an end, and city officials hope landfill odors will also stop.

Hiring of Manchester fire deputy contested

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Fire Chief James Burkush said he will ask aldermen for the go-ahead to fill a high-ranking position in the fire department, after city hall did not rubber stamp his request to replace a retiring district chief.

Study to design gateway into Nashua approved

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Marking the arrival of the city with a profound gateway into the city is the goal of a newly-approved study.

Derry transfer station project bidding continues

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Four companies have been chosen to move on to the second phase of the bidding process for the new transfer station project, according to public works officials.

Lebanon city council mulls one-way for Dulac Street

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City Council members asked for more information Wednesday night on reclassifying Dulac Street from a two-way street to a one-way street, as well as other possible alternatives to the storm drainage dilemma.

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Proposed elderly apartment complex clears zoning hurdle in Londonderry

Future of I-93 Exit 4A debated

The town hall moves over to Huggins Hospital next week, while renovations are under way at the Brewster Memorial Town Hall in Wolfeboro.

Wolfeboro town hall offices on the move

The view of 127 Elm St. as seen from inside Keyes Memorial Park. Milford voters will decide on September 9 at a special town meeting if they want to purchase the property.

Two steps closer for recreation land purchase in Milford

Russ Boland, Jr. fourth day on the job as Lyndeborough's new Town Administrator took him to the field to address noise complaints on logging operations.

Busy first week on the job for Lyndeborough's new Town Administrator

Drainage work could turn Lebanon road into one-way

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Nashua aldermen to decide $241m city budget

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Debate is expected over a citizen services director position, as the employee is no longer working for the city.

NH DOT: Derry's portion for Exit 4A project capped at $5m

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The cost of Derry's portion of the approximately $52 million Exit 4A project would be capped at $5 million, officials said during a state Department of Transportation presentation at the Town Council's meeting Tuesday.

0 Nashua Historical Society, ex-president reach settlement

0 Derry: I-93 widening update tonight

8 Candia Road housing pushed, raising traffic concerns

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Portsmouth's denial for new car dealership challenged in court

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New England Subaru filed a lawsuit against the city of Portsmouth, claiming its zoning board of adjustment illegally denied them land variances needed to build a new dealership off the Spaulding Turnpike.

Hearing for forest land purchase in Plaistow

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The Conservation Commission has scheduled a public hearing on the proposed purchase of a three-acre parcel of land to add to the Plaistow Town Forest.

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Flagger Ron Jacques from New England Traffic Control Service on duty directing traffic on a rural road in Lyndeborough to ensure the safety of residents as well as workers for tree cutting above power lines.

Lyndeborough selectmen order traffic regulations to be enforced

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The Board of Selectmen looked at their policy for traffic control along the town roadways and instructed the police chief to enforce it to ensure safety

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Gilford official says low turnout led to end of summer forum

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Town officials have decided to save some town employees' time by no longer holding a Summer Town Forum for summer residents.

Legal fund will back Alexandria in wind farm case

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Town officials have been told that if they decide to reject a proposed meteorological tower for a Portuguese wind-power developer, a public interest law firm has their back.

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0 Carroll County commissioner seeks to remove colleagues seeking to remove her from office

0 Interim Carroll County jail superintendent will try out for permanent job

1 Carroll County commissioner: Clique wants me out

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Claremont DPW director switching jobs, joining Lebanon department

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Claremont Director of Public Works Bruce Temple plans to join the city of Lebanon's Department of Public Works next month.

Supreme Court rules against Charlestown in land tax case

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Charlestown officials failed again in their effort to remove three tracts of land owned by TransCanada Hydro Northeast Inc. from its open space designation so they could tax it at a higher rate.

0 Concerns raised over property removal from home

0 Claremont closes Junior Sports League building

0 State officials to review proposed Claremont charter changes

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