Local and County Government
Unveiled earlier this week, the proposal seeks to create an orderly feeder system that funnels students from each grade school into one designated middle school and one designated high school. 0
The Greater Nashua area, which includes 10 communities, has been certified by three federal agencies to have effectively ended homelessness among veterans. 0
Ward 6 Alderman Nick Pappas is resigning from the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, effective March 31, after selling his Hermit Road home “much quicker than expected.” 1
Unions representing city firefighters and district fire chiefs announced Thursday that a session with a mediator earlier this week failed to result in new contracts with the city. 3
Eversource has pledged that it will work with the city to resolve what could be a nearly $500,000 overrun in the company's estimate for burying utilities underground in The Weirs. 3
Following an extensive search, the Nashua Board of Education voted Thursday to hire Dr. Jahmal Mosley as superintendent. Mosley and Connie Brown, the current interim superintendent, were the two... 0
A two-story addition could be constructed at the Spit Brook Road fire station if city planners approve the project next week. 0
Nearly four years after property was purchased on Crown Street for the construction of a new commuter park-and-ride lot, the proposal is now moving forward. 0
Maybe the eight Portsmouth City councilors supporting a ban on plastic bags in the city would be willing to pay the city's legal bills when the ban is inevitably challenged in court. 3
Residents who live in neighborhoods surrounding the Rochester Fairgrounds packed city council chambers Wednesday evening as a committee met to discuss what the next steps are for a proposed... 0
The committee pushing for a new Raymond police station will soon head back to the drawing board to plan its next steps after voters last week rejected the $6.8 million proposal. 0
Aldermen heard testimony from several city officials, each describing the potential impact Mayor Ted Gatsas' proposed fiscal year 2018 budget may have on their respective employees and departments,... 0
Mayor Ted Gatsas says he's still considering whether to run for a fifth term. Gatsas was asked about his future plans following his state of the city address at a breakfast hosted by the Greater... 4
Manchester aldermen had plenty of questions for school board members and administrators Tuesday night on how each dollar allocated to the district will be spent next fiscal year, following a budget... 2
School board member Heather Furlong submitted her resignation Saturday in an email following the Wednesday arrest of her husband and another man for allegedly forging an email aimed at affecting the... 0
Free-market, New Hampshire conservatives from the grass roots to the corner office praised their Capitol Hill counterparts for blocking a U.S. Hous...
SEABROOK – Police in Seabrook say the owner of two pit bulls who got loose and attacked shoppers in the strip mall where Market Basket and th...
A state police trooper who pulled over a van that was operating erratically on I-93 found everyone inside had entered the country illegally and one...
SEABROOK – Police in Seabrook say the owner of two pit bulls who got loose and attacked shoppers in the strip mall where Market Basket and the...
Kathy Kenny, 52, was killed in the near head-on crash that occurred as her car crossed the center line along Route 28 North about 2:30 p.m.
CONCORD - It may have taken 18 years of effort, but Manchester's long-time state senator got the votes he needed Thursday and his bill to allow two...
The first report of fire at Giguere Auto Wholesalers at 968 Laconia Road came in at 8:28 p.m. and within 15 minutes a second alarm was sounded to...
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