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Goffstown Fire Chief Richard O'Brien

911 in Pinardville? Say, 'Goffstown'

Following a string of close calls, the town and its emergency service providers are urging residents who live in the Pinardville section of town, when calling 911, to clarify that they are in fact...

Goffstown girl feels the love in her fight against cancer

Friends, family and supporters of Maddie Carlson, a 16-year-old rising junior at Goffstown High School with rare bone cancer, will gather tonight for a party in her honor to raise funds for her...

Portsmouth woman injured in Dunbarton ATV crash

A Portsmouth woman suffered serious injuries Sunday afternoon when an all-terrain vehicle rolled over and trapped her, New Hampshire Fish and Game Department reported.

Goffstown man charged with attempted burglary

A Goffstown man was charged with attempted burglary after being recognized on video surveillance footage provided by the homeowner, police said.

$200,000 logging machine destroyed in Weare accident

A $200,000 piece of logging equipment was destroyed in a blaze Thursday off Brown Hill Road, according to the Weare fire chief.

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker talks to veterans at the VFW hall in Derry on Friday.

Walker has clear message for Clinton: I'm not scared

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker had a very clear message for Granite State voters on Friday at stops in Derry and Goffstown: he's not afraid of unions, he's not afraid of fellow Republicans, and he's...

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Goffstown to begin switch to LED streetlights

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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...

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