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Salem selectmen want details on water improvement project

Selectmen are looking for more information on a proposed water improvement project along North Policy Street and Old Rockingham Road before they decide if they will support a $1,998,000 warrant...

Claire and Titus Plomeritus took in a music program at Windham Terrace Assisted Living Tuesday evening. The community is celebrating National Assisted Living Week with a variety of concerts and performances.

'Elvis' shakes things up for Windham Terrace residents

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At Windham Terrace Assisted Living, music programs play a healing role.

Selectmen to reinstate Salem recreation dept. funding

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For selectmen, it is a matter of what the recreation department's budget will be for 2015, not if there will be a recreation department at all.

Former Salem police captain named Pelham compliance officer

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Retired Salem Police Captain John Lozowski was recently appointed the town's new code compliance officer, and local officials are looking for him to bring some stability to the position.

Windham building updates could mean energy savings

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Town officials may add $350,000 worth of replacement HVAC systems to the Capital Improvement Plan as they work towards future energy savings.

Proposed firefighter cuts unlikely to remain on Salem budget

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Although Town Manager Keith Hickey axed four firefighters from the 2015 budget he presented to selectmen last month, the odds of those positions actually being eliminated are slim to none.

Invasive species increase flooding problems

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The area around Main Street and North and South Broadway has been prone to flooding for years, and the growth of invasive plant species in wetlands around the area is not helping the problem.

Salem senior housing project could require encroachment into wetlands buffer zone

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The Conservation Commission is looking for more information on where a detention basin can be built on a proposed 16-unit senior housing project off Pleasant Street before it considers granting a...

Business

Salem mausoleum owner looks to develop housing on site

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The owner of a mausoleum at 23 Pond Road is looking to develop senior housing on the 18-acre property.

Salem considers legal action over damaged school gym floor at Lancaster Elementary

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In the coming weeks, school officials will be removing the gym floor at the Lancaster Elementary School while the School Board meets with legal counsel to consider possible legal action against...

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Politics

Salem sets new polling locations for state primary

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Salem voters are being urged to check their district polling locations prior to the Sept. 9 primary election.

Salem residents can register to vote Tuesday night at municipal office

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Salem residents who will be 18 by Sept. 9 can register to vote on Tuesday evening when the Registrars of the Checklist meet from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the lower level of the municipal office building.

0 Selectmen reduce non-resident registrations at senior center

0 Costs associated with Salem water pipe break on Route 28 fall on property owner

0 Salem selectmen approve purchase of conservation land

Sports

Windham football squad proves a point against Trinity in 49-12 win

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Windham's 2013 ended with the sting of an upset home loss at the hand of Trinity of Manchester. So you can believe payback was on the mind of the Jaguars Saturday. And payback was given.

Central’s Alex Revere runs into trouble from Memorial’s Isaac Velez, left, and Zachary Elliot on Friday.

Urbanik helps Pinkerton beat Nashua South, 29-7

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Pinkerton was led by T.J. Urbanik, who scored two touchdowns and ran for more than 120 yards, as the Astros rolled over Nashua South, 29-7, in Division I action at Stellos Stadium in Nashua on Friday...

0 Windham field hockey team shines in shutout of Oyster River

1 Roger Brown's First & 10: Opening weekend - Salem flexes muscles

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