The debate over the proposed Tuttle Hill wind farm is heating up again. On Wednesday, the town submitted an appeal of the state Site Evaluation Committee’s denial of a permit to Antrim Wind Energy for the project, and, in doing so, requested a rehearing of the application.READER COMMENTS: 1
The Executive Council in a 3-2 vote Wednesday rejected a Department of Transportation proposal to give a subsidiary of Pan Am Railways control of an 18-mile stretch of state-owned track from Milford to Bennington.READER COMMENTS: 0
Keeping part of High Street from slipping into the Souhegan River is going to cost more than anticipated so officials are seeking a special town meeting to try and raise the additional funds.READER COMMENTS: 23
City officials said a lawsuit against a group filling parking meters before city parking enforcement officers can issue tickets is not about money, it's about safety.READER COMMENTS: 0
The renovation of Adams Pool and the addition of a splash pad is expected to be completed on time and ready to open on the last day of school, June 14.READER COMMENTS: 61
The city has filed a lawsuit against six citizens, part of a group dubbed Robin Hood of Keene that patrols downtown armed with video cameras and pockets full of change to fill expired parking meters. Members of the group place cards under windshield wipers that read, "Your meter expired; however, we saved you from the king's tariffs, Robin Hood and his Merry Men. Please consider paying it forward," and includes an address where donations can be sent.READER COMMENTS: 0
Caps and gowns got soaked at the Keene State College commencement Saturday afternoon, despite efforts to speed up the conferring of diplomas. This year's class of 1,222 graduates is the largest in the college's history.READER COMMENTS: 0
A $2.6 million project to improve Union Street, and the fate of GAR Hall will be in the hands of voters at the open session of Town Meeting Wednesday night.
The state Supreme Court ruled Tuesday fire experts can testify about their findings in a 1989 Keene apartment building fire that killed a family of four.
Construction will begin on a temporary bridge on Francestown Turnpike to reopen the road which has been closed since December.
Whether folks are looking for a gallon of milk, a good bottle of wine, or perhaps even a hammer or a yo-yo, Dan Bellemore, the new owner of the Mont Vernon General Store, says there's a good chance he has what they need. And if he doesn't, he'll get it.
Ayotte voted against expanding background checks and said existing laws are full of loopholes on April 17. She faced questions on that and entitlement reform from a crowd at the Fitzwilliam Meetinghouse on Thursday.
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- Stacey Cole's Nature Talks: Of all wild bird songs, the fox sparrow's sound is the 'sweetest' - 0
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- Online fund set up for Salem house fire victims - 0
- Hooksett Police Commission walks away - 0
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Stacey Cole's Nature Talks: Of all wild bird songs, the fox sparrow's sound is the 'sweetest'
Hooksett Police Commission walks away
Work begins on dam repairs
Teen party takes Derry rep by surprise
IRS head says Tea Party was not a target
Athletes and PE: Give them credit for sports
NH vote nears on expansion of Medicaid