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Salem group continues push to raise money for bicycle path

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Selectmen have granted an extension to the Friends of the Salem Bike-Pedestrian Corridor to raise matching funds for the planned bike and pedestrian path that would stretch from the Windham line to...

Aly Brito shows off her best Joe Louis pose at the Fisk Elementary School's annual biography wax museum.

Salem students transform into historical characters

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By staying almost perfectly still, second grade students at the Fisk Elementary School helped bring some major historical figures to life on Friday

Renovation work continues at Salem elementary schools

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Some students at the Soule Elementary School are on the move this week as the renovation project at the school continues.

Windham plans workshops, survey for master plan input

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Surveys and series of public workshops will likely be used to engage Windham citizens in the process of drafting the 2015 Master Plan.

Salem church's Guatemala mission brings blessings

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Fresh off a weeklong mission trip to rural Guatemala, members of the Granite United Church vowed their relationship with the Third World nation would be a continuous one.

Salem man seeks sentence reduction in infant abuse case

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A Salem man serving prison time for abusing of his infant daughter is asking a judge to reduce his minimum 10 year sentence so he can be paroled this year, two years ahead of his anticipated release...

Contract administrator Conrad Skov, Congresswoman Annie Kuster, DOT Commissioner Chris Clement and project manager Peter Stamnas tour the new southbound stretch of Interstate 93 near Exit 3 in Windham on Monday afternoon.

I-93 expansion moves forward in Windham as funding concerns are rising

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During a tour of the Interstate 93 expansion project surrounding Exit 3 on Monday afternoon, state transportation officials shared highlights of construction progress in the state's southern tier.

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Affordable housing fund gives developers options

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Salem selectmen have approved a trust fund to help establish additional affordable senior housing units in town.

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Salem selectmen try to navigate rules on performance reviews

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Selectmen are looking for some clarification in their bylaws on whether performance reviews for the Town Manager are required to be held in public sessions.

Salem selectmen sign off on new truck for Public Works

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The public work's utilities department is getting a new pickup truck to replace a 2001 Ford Ranger that was too rusted out to pass a state inspection.

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0 Selectman criticizes town's ambulance billing services

0 Salem school officials discuss new storage garage

Sports

Phaneuf leads Derryfield laxers past Pelham

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High school baseball, lacrosse, and softball results.

High School Volleyball results

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Joel (left) and Jackie Dalton leave mementos Sunday for Martin Richard, one of the victims of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.  The 118th running of the Boston Marathon is today.

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0 Rising star in auto racing helps kick off season in Loudon

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