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Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas and Superintendent Debra Livingston were among the six Queen City officials present to negotiate with their Hooksett counterparts Wednesday night.

Hooksett and Manchester take first step toward future high school deal

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Last year, Hooksett negotiated an early break from its 20-year contract with Manchester. The mediated settlement resulted in a five-year deal that allowed current Hooksett high schoolers to continue...

Hooksett and Manchester school officials seek new deal

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After Hooksett and Manchester last year negotiated an early break from a 20-year school contract, representatives from both sides are set to meet Wednesday night.

The Boys and Girls Club Suncook recreation facility at Whitten Park is inching closer to a facelift thanks to community development tax credits and an expected block grant.

Effort to build recreation center boosted by tax credit award

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The planned effort to build a projected $1.3 million recreation center at Whitten Street Park in Suncook Village received a big boost this month when the Community Development Finance Authority...

Rare bird alert throughout New Hampshire

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This is New Hampshire Audubon’s Rare Bird Alert for Tuesday, July 15.

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Signs at the entrance to the old Auburn landfill clearly prohibit oil drop off, with the exception of three hours a month, and also direct residents to the regional transfer station on Grey Point Avenue.

Auburn incurs costs to dispose of waste oil

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When Auburn agreed to house a regional transfer station 15 years ago, part of the deal included a once-a-month waste-oil disposal day at the town’s old landfill. A town official aaid some...

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