The last time Windham's town forest was significantly altered, it was the 1800s and the roughly 200 acres weren't called a town forest. 0
A Merrimack businessman said a fight in Congress over the fate of the U.S. Export-Import Bank, which provides financing for business deals abroad, is crimping his energy services business. 11
In April, Jen Ahearn's home was a cell at the New Hampshire State Prison for Women in Goffstown, where she was serving a sentence for a drug offense. 1
Five businesses and their employees were cited for selling alcohol to underage teens, according to Bedford police. The citations were the result of an "alcohol compliance check" conducted by police... 4
Robin A. Neill is one of several New England model shipbuilders whose work is currently featured at an exhibition at the USS Constitution Museum in Boston. 1
A 27-year-old man has been indicted on possession of child pornography charges roughly a month after police raided his home. 0
With the presidential race newly focused on national security, Chris Christie emphasized his law-enforcement credentials and foreign policy plans at town halls in Stratham and Windham on Saturday. 2
A Salem man who allegedly worked as part of a two-man team that stole more than $50,000 in valuables from unsuspecting beachgoers was identified by several eye witnesses, including an off-duty... 1
Last Saturday night, a Goffstown police officer took a report from a woman who had $200 stolen from the wallet she laid down for just a minute while shopping at the town's Family Dollar Store. 4
The Windham Board of Selectmen voted Monday night to create a policy billing political candidates for campaign events that incur town costs, but declined to apply it retroactively to the Hillary... 10
The planning board on Wednesday night sent to the ballot a zoning ordinance for the proposed Market Square Overlay District, a potential future development that could offer Windham a walkable... 0
Before presenting the five finalists vying for the Product of the Year award Thursday night, the New Hampshire High Tech Council took a few moments to honor the entrepreneur who founded the program... 0
Both the accused and the alleged victim asked for personal recognizance bail, but a 9th Circuit Court-Manchester District Division judge said the woman was safer with a cash/surety bail for the... 0
Windham residents' property tax rate for 2015 will be the lowest since 2009, falling more than $2 since last year. 1
A Pittsfield man is facing charges that he allegedly sold methamphetamine in a parking lot that was under surveillance by police. 0
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