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Goffstown to begin switch to LED streetlights

The Board of Selectmen unanimously approved a request from the Department of Public Works to move toward installing LED bulbs in streetlights in town, a measure that could save the town about $40,000...

70 Gregg Mill Road was built in 1740, with the main house added in 1810.

Reward, challenge await new owner of historic home in New Boston house

Since it was built in 1740, the sprawling colonial house located at 70 Gregg Mill Road has only had four owners. For the last 42 years, the owners have been Jay and Dot Marden.

LeadsOnline identifies another theft suspect

LeadsOnline, the computer-based pawn shop reporting system, enabled police to match sold jewelry to the seller, who didn't own it.

Bow wants to attract the 'right sort' for its business future

The Bow Business Development Commission is looking to identify, attract and establish the economic future of the town along Route 3A, and recent reports recommend some first steps.

Assistant to former Weare police chief files lawsuit

Jennifer Posteraro is suing former Weare Police Chief John Velleca and the town alleging officials retaliated against her after she obtained a restraining order against Velleca, with whom she had a...

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Selectman called out for criticism of state rep

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A resident has taken a selectman to task after the selectman stated at a recent meeting that a state representative thwarted redevelopment efforts in Pinardville.

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