The city Department of Public Works may have to lay off employees if Mayor Ted Gatsas’ proposed budget is adopted, aldermen were told Tuesday night.
Participants in the second annual Start Up 2014 Competition have a chance to win more than $31,000 in cash and assistance. While a previously extended deadline was Tuesday, organizers will accept applications until Friday, according to Mary Ellen Humphrey, economic development specialist for the city.
Martha's Exchange is still a sweet spot in downtown Nashua.
Sampling a Riesling from Westport, Mass.
An attorney who runs a Catholic Charities of New Hampshire program that provides legal help to immigrant survivors of serious crime will receive the 2014 Heroes for Justice Award, Catholic Charities announced.
A memorial dugout bench at Barnes Park will honor former youth baseball coach Ralph Silva who passed away this fall.
The incredible story of a high-country skier who survived a plunge on an ice slab on Mount Adams made good news for two reasons - his survival and the free flow of information.
On a recent night when all the stars in the Granite United Way Northern Region's firmament shined brightly, that of Ray Burton shined the brightest, with speakers at the organization's annual meeting enthusiastically sharing stories about the late District 1 Executive Councilor.
Members of New Hampshire's first families past and present gathered Friday at a fundraiser for Bridges House, the executive residence left to the state by former Governor and U.S. Sen. Styles Bridges.
Raccoons were on the mind of a Hooksett couple as expressed in a March 9 letter.