Jeffrey A. Dingman has been working in Manchester since July 25 while living at the Calumet halfway house on Lowell Street.
The Board of Selectmen and Road Agent Mike Dross, on behalf of many of the town subcontractors, reached a compromise on new standards for billing invoices for town subcontractors at a special meeting Wednesday afternoon.
It could take months to determine whether City Council Michael Weeden may be charged in a head-on collision which led to the death of a Somersworth man Monday.
Two recent cases of wild turkeys intentionally being run over by vehicles have ruffled some feathers.
Police say a man wanted on a felony burglary warrant turned himself in on Wednesday.
A 12-year-old boy remains hospitalized with serious injuries today after he was struck by a vehicle while walking back to his home on Maple Avenue Tuesday night.
It's been a week since the historic Woodshed restaurant on Lee Road burned to the ground, and local and state fire investigators still don't know why it burned.
Supporters of a higher minimum wage plan to rally outside the McDonald's on South Willow Street today as part of a nationwide campaign to increase pay for fast-food workers.
On Wednesday, December 11, 2013, The Keiser Concert Series of St. Paul's School, Concord, NH, will present the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, UK, under the direction of Graham Ross.
The state will establish a 13-person bureau in the Department of Environmental Services to implement a MTBE assessment and clean up plan with money from settlements with gasoline companies.
The Wooten Brothers, including Victor, Regi, Roy "Futureman,” & Joseph are coming to the Flying Monkey stage on Friday, December 13 at 7:30pm.
Teachers and community members interested in involving youth to make a difference for wildlife through habitat projects on schoolyards, public areas or community lands can apply to the Homes for Wildlife Action Grant Program for start-up funds. This...
The CVS pharmacy chain announced Tuesday that it will have in operation six in-store clinics in New Hampshire by next month, bringing marketing practices such as posted price menus, kiosk-computer sign-in, and retail convenience to the state's...
A $74,745,000 figure for the high school renovation and reconstruction project will be on the warrant for the March town election.
In her 11 years at Salem High School, science teacher Laura Preston has believed in hands-on learning opportunities.
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