All the students at the David R. Cawley Middle School used Tuesday to give thanks to those who help protect the community. 0
A lien placed on a property where an oil spill occurred last year has been lifted. 0
A male hiker suffered minor injuries after falling down on a slope at Pinnacle Park Sunday afternoon. 0
The town's police department has begun implementing changes suggested in an assessment of the department done at the end of the summer. 0
An assessment of the town's fire department came back with glowing praise. 0
After failing to pay two years worth of taxes, the fate of a state representative's home is in flux. 1
The town's former police and fire station has been sold. The 50 Raymond Road facility was sold on Oct. 14 to the Manchester-based Mill City Energy LLC. The home energy improvement company works with... 0
A lien placed on a house that served as dumping ground for years has been paid off in full — and then some. 0
Four plans for improving the downtown district of the town will be put into place over the coming months. 0
As the statewide drought continues, towns are continuing to adapt to the dry conditions. 0
We hope you've had your fill of turkey for a few weeks, but the countdown clock to Christmas is now tick-tocking. We hope you can make time to enjoy the goings-on this weekend - there's a touch of...
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