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Revised plans for Salem High School renovation satisfy board

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When architects for the $75 million high school renovation project presented initial sketches for the new entrances at the school last month, some School Board members thought those plans strayed to...

Neighbor blames school renovations for home flooding

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Thomas Campbell built his house near the North Salem Elementary School in 1986 and didn't have any problems with water in his basement until the renovations to the school several years ago, he...

Hearing continues on Salem senior living facility

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The Planning Board will continue a public hearing on a proposed 84-unit assisted living and Alzheimer's care unit for Sally Sweets Way, across from the Ingram Senior Center on Tuesday night.

Salem selectmen approve town landfill fee increases

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Some fees at the town landfill will be going up, but not as much as originally proposed by the town manager

Salem parent's efforts lead to grant for outdoor classroom

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A grant from the company of a parent volunteer will help pay for a new outdoor classroom at the Soule Elementary School.

PEREYRA

Judge unseals records after questions about use of public defender

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A therapist who got free legal representation from a public defender on a shoplifting charge after claiming to have no income lost a fight to keep documents showing her six-figure earnings private.

Campers at the Mad Science camp in Salem react to some science smells from one of their experiments.

Mad Science camps a chance for kids to learn while having fun

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While many summer camps offer a wide range of arts and crafts, archery, and swimming, there haven't always been a lot of options for those kids who are more interested in protons, particles, and...

Windham neighborhood wants speed limit lowered

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Residents on Westchester Road are seeking to have the speed limit lowered to 25 miles per hour.

Business

Salem duplex request on hold

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The Planning Board has continued a public hearing on a developer's request to build a duplex on a subdivision lot on Cross Street.

Salem drops $50 permit for Sunday sales

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Local businesses will no longer have to pay a $50 annual permit to remain open on Sundays.

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Politics

Windham grant for fire truck is denied

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Voters approved the purchase of an $850,000 Quint vehicle, which is a combined ladder truck, engine and water tanker, during the March town meeting. That purchase won't be happening now.

Naming rights discussed for new Salem pavilion

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Fundraising efforts are continuing for a proposed new $450,000 pavilion at Hedgehog Park.

0 Selectmen take issue with Salem water pipe study

0 After failing to remove railroad ties, town threatens legal action

0 New guidelines in Salem for political signs

Sports

Derry tops Salem to maintain postseason hopes

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Derry kept its American Legion baseball playoff hopes alive with a doubleheader sweep of host Salem at Michele Park Thursday.

Invasive beetle found near NH, Mass. border

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The emerald ash borer is an Asian beetle that can wreak havoc on ash trees, and the beetle is being found closer to the ash tree populations of southern New Hampshire.

James Mckee of Windham Country Club chips onto the green while in a playoff with Brandon Gillis of Souhegan Woods during the Junior Championship in Salem on Wednesday.

0 NHGA Jr. Golf: McKee has a little extra, tops Gillis in playoff

0 Opponent's honesty helps lift Nashua golfer into Junior final

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