Questions are being raised about a proposed Hess gas station that the company wants to build at Route 101 and Jenkins Road in Bedford. The look of the station and its impact on traffic flow have...
The high school is looking to enhance and manage students’ future learning through technology and better prepare teachers to create a web-based curriculum.READER COMMENTS: 0
The Town Council is proposing to repeal the Sunday sales licensing ordinance, which has been in effect since 1976.READER COMMENTS: 0
Bedford EMS was named the New Hampshire Emergency Medical Services Unit of the Year, an award sponsored by Bound Tree Corporation of Henniker.READER COMMENTS: 1
Voters will take up a proposed $26.6 million operating budget,a $30 million road bond and $4.4 million bond to build a fire substation in March. But first a series of public hearings will be held on...READER COMMENTS: 0
Dressed in circa 1913 costumes representing either their own families’ ancestry or a country they adopted, fourth-grade students celebrated the school’s 14th annual Ellis Island Day.
The budget committee is expected to complete its review of the school district's proposed $36.3 million budget tonight.READER COMMENTS: 0
In a predominantly residential area in Grasmere Village, some homeowners and the owner of a nursing home are at odds over an illuminated sign.
While many young children are looking forward to the holiday season, 2-year-old Aybel Martin is preparing for another round of chemotherapy, and praying he might be able to spend Christmas Day at...READER COMMENTS: 0
The SAU 19 Superintendent Search Committee needs volunteers from New Boston and Goffstown.
School board member asks: What if a minimum of 75 students do not want to attend Pinkerton Academy?
According to the results of a town survey commissioned by the Town Council, residents have a below average opinion of the direction the town is headed in and a much below average opinion of the...READER COMMENTS: 0
Manchester officials say the contract is in breach of a settlement calling for Hooksett to negotiate a new sending contract with them by 2016.
A warrant article asking voters to approve a $35,000 study exploring the possibilities of bringing municipal water to Windham won't likely appear on this year's ballot.READER COMMENTS: 0
SALEM — Now that there is a figure that will go before voters in March for the high school renovation project, school officials are now working on providing more detailed information to the...READER COMMENTS: 0
Selectmen are supporting a change in the town’s temporary sign ordinance proposed by assistant Town Manager Leon Goodwin.READER COMMENTS: 0
It's been several decades since Grace Chartrand worked in the kitchen of her home in East Providence, Rhode Island, where she'd whip up her favorite apple pie for her three sons to enjoy over the...
One School Board member would like the district to start a trust fund to help with the maintenance of the numerous memorials and gifts people have donated to the town's schools.
When several School Board members attended a conference several years ago, they were blown away by a performance by a local high school's string ensemble. ... more
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