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Goffstown pinpoints infrastructure projects

Selectmen are supporting the Economic Development Council in its pursuit to secure future federal funding for three infrastructure projects in town, and to the county’s redevelopment of the...

A motorist makes her way slowly through the frost heaves and potholes on Center Road in Hillsborough Monday. It appears this spring will have an abundance of the annual road hazards.

Going on pothole patrol in Goffstown

Winter's weather brings spring's bad roads. So for the next few weeks, Goffstown will be conducting its seasonal spring repair of potholes.

Noelle Simmons, as Stuart Little, gives a mouse's thumbs-up to Isabella Morris as Mrs. Little and Connor Boisvert as Mr. Little, during a skit at the Bartlett Reads program kick-off on Monday.

Big deal in Goffstown over 'Stuart Little'

On Monday, Bartlett Elementary School students and staff kicked off Bartlett Reads, a school-wide family read aloud program featuring “Stuart Little,” by E.B. White.

Goffstown committee to examine transportation needs of area

While a committee in Goffstown has been charged with looking at the need for public transportation, the Blue Bus in Milford is merrily rolling along, providing affordable, accessible rides for those...

Hopkinton schedules pair of Hepatitis A clinics

The state health department is running the clinics for patrons of a popular restaurant who already got one shot last year and have registered to receive a second one.

JAKOB BASTIAN

State police clock motorcyclist at 145 mph on Route 101 in Candia

State police say Jakob Bastian, 24, tried to outrun a state trooper Wednesday morning on Route 101, reaching a speed of 145 mph as he traveled east on the highway. What he didn't know is that...

Patrick Luk of Weare suffered injuries in Monday's fall at Great Gully, but he plans to return.

UPDATE: Extreme skier OK after fall on Mount Adams

WEARE – Patrick Luk is bloodied and bruised but not bowed or broken despite tumbling hundreds of feet down a steep gully on Mount Adams earlier this week.

UPDATED: Goffstown man arrested for road rage incident in Manchester

A Goffstown man was arrested Tuesday morning after a road rage incident on Brown Avenue shortly after 7:30.

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Dunbarton egg farm denial brings lawsuit

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Tom Giovagnoli said he has lost an opportunity to earn more than $1 million after his plan to build a 27,000-square-foot barn was rejected by the Planning Board and he is suing the town for monetary...

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Windham runner Chris Murphy is chased by Goffstown's Dylan Skinner during a rundown in their game at Sullivan Park at St. Anselm College Monday afternoon.

Windham rallies to baseball opener win

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What will Jason Matthews remember most about his first game as Windham High School’s baseball coach?

Allen Lessels' UNH Notebook: Already, Wildcats' offensive skills are evident

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The first live scrimmage of spring football practices gave the Wildcats coaching staff a closer look at new players and returning players in new positions.

Ali Burkhamer, 12, tests the temperature of the water where 230 trout eggs are getting ready to hatch in the tank at Weare Middle School.

Raising fish hooks Weare kids on learning

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Keeping 230 trout eggs at just the right temperature is the challenge for students at Weare Middle School, but the fish are starting to hatch and the kids will have a chance to watch them grow before...

Granite Staters have been warned to take in their bird feeders or else bears, hungry after a long winter's nap, may drop by the house for a meal.

Wake up call: As bears end hibernation, they'll wander in search of food

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Long winter leads to hungry bears Residents warned to take down birdfeeders on April 1

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