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Pelham firefighters David Johnstone, Shawn Buckley, Patrick Weaver, and Lt. James Foley show off their pink uniform shirts for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Pelham firefighters wearing pink for breast cancer awareness

Pelham's firefighters have traded in their blue uniform shirts for something a little brighter this month. The entire department is wearing pink this month to raise awareness for breast cancer.

Windham eyes development district with a small-town feel

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A warrant item asking voters to consider early steps in creating a destination “Market Square” district could appear on Windham's 2015 town meeting ballot.

Engineers win no-bid contract to continue contamination watch in Salem

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Selectmen have approved funding for the continued monitoring of soil near the town's former wastewater treatment plant.

Attorney Thomas Barnard answers questions from Salem High students during the state Supreme Court's On the Road program on Thursday morning.

Salem students get an up-close civics lesson

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As part of the New Hampshire State Supreme Court's On the Road program, students from Salem, Pelham, Windham, and Londonderry High Schools as well as Pinkerton Academy were able to hear oral...

Proposed Salem realignment plan would close elementary school

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At next Tuesday's School Board meeting, members will consider an elementary school neighborhood realignment plan that includes the closing of the Haigh Elementary School.

School district reaches settlement for faulty gym floor

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The school district has grudgingly reached a settlement over the improper installation of the gym floor at the Lancaster Elementary School.

Salem church a step closer to expanded feeding capability

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The Pleasant Street United Methodist Church will be breaking ground Saturday morning on a new building that will bring expanded food pantry services to the community.

Salem zoning board rejects proposal for senior housing at mausoleum site

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It will be no go for a planned senior housing development proposed by the owner of a mausoleum at 23 Pond Road

Business

Salem selectmen critical of proposed pipeline route details

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It wasn't the most auspicious introduction Wednesday night for Kinder Morgan Energy Partners' introduction of a gas line expansion project that will include just over two miles of new pipe in Salem.

High rents and home prices may hinder development in Windham

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A recent citizens' survey conducted by Northeastern University indicated the town's high rent and housing prices, as well as the shortage of public utilities, could prove a challenge when planning...

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Salem town manager to notify selectmen of raises

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When and how Town Manager Keith Hickey informs the Board of Selectmen about pay raises for non-union personnel has been a source of tension between Hickey and some selectmen in the past.

Community forum to address economic development trends

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Windham business owners and citizens are encouraged to share in discussions centered around the results of an economic development survey completed last spring.

0 Windham to consider growth management ordinance

0 Development proposal for former gas station brings traffic questions

0 Used car business proposal raises flooding concerns

Sports

Pelham's Nick Johnson holds the ball up to show he got it over the goal line in the third quarter Saturday against Windham.  The Pythons were down 22-0 at the half but made a game of it in second half, falling 28-14.

NHIAA Football: Windham's Kurtis Jolicoeur ran for 153 yards and scored touchdowns

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Kurtis Jolicoeur ran for 153 yards and scored touchdowns rushing and receiving, and Brendan McInnis threw three touchdown passes in a 28-14 win over neighbor Pelham on Saturday.

Salem runs over Merrimack

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Running back Charles Sibanda led Salem past Merrimack Friday night in a 28-0 road victory. Sibanda ran for 152 yards and three touchdowns on 18 carries for the Blue Devils. Fellow rusher James...

0 NHIAA Soccer: Swetland, Lacroix lead Central girls

0 Windham's McKee wins Division II golf honors

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