Since opting out of the federal school lunch program at the beginning of the month, Salem High School has seen more students buying breakfast and lunch at the school.
School and town officials are hoping to hire a second school resource officer in the coming year. Voters will have the final say on the matter at the March 2015 polls.READER COMMENTS: 0
The proliferation of temporary signs throughout the town, exactly who is allowed to place the signs, and where they can be placed has been a hot issue in town for years.READER COMMENTS: 0
A recent round of testing at Salem's former wastewater plant shows it is unlikely that contaminants have spread to nearby private property.READER COMMENTS: 0
A public hearing on possible changes to the town’s impact fee structure will take place in the coming month.
Congratulations to Windham Middle School Principal Daniel Moulis, who has been selected as a finalist for the 2014 Principal of the Year award by the New Hampshire Association of School Principals.READER COMMENTS: 0
At their next meeting on Dec. 23, selectmen may decide if they want to move forward with a warrant article to fund the replacement of the Willow Street Bridge.READER COMMENTS: 0
School officials are considering adding an extra half-day kindergarten classroom after the new year to help keep class sizes at an acceptable level.
Selectmen are promising residents that they will get a chance to hear about a possible power line expansion project that would impact the town at a public meeting early next year.READER COMMENTS: 0
The Friends of the Salem Bike-Ped Corridor have raised the matching funds needed to begin the first phase of the Salem rail trail project.
The school district presented its proposed 2015-16 budget to the town's Budget Committee this week, highlighting areas in which the district has managed to cut expenses and pointing out where it has...READER COMMENTS: 0
Despite 78 percent of residents who responded to a survey stating they supported keeping the Town Hall open until 7 p.m. on Monday nights, town office hours will be going back to an 8:30 a.m. to 5...
The Pelham boys' basketball team looked good in its home opener and first Division III game, winning 56-45 over Campbell of Litchfield on Tuesday night.READER COMMENTS: 0
John Cerratani threw two long touchdown passes but it wasn't enough as Lawrence, Mass., beat Salem, 26-14, Wednesday night high school football play in Lawrence.
Convicted murderer entitled to hearing on new DNA evidence after 42 years, Supreme Court rules
A new era for Nashua's police force
3 quit Manchester schools panel in protest over deal with feds to allow violent student's return