Selectmen are promising residents that they will get a chance to hear about a possible power line expansion project that would impact the town at a public meeting early next year.
Congratulations to Windham Middle School Principal Daniel Moulis, who has been selected as a finalist for the 2014 Principal of the Year award by the New Hampshire Association of School Principals.READER COMMENTS: 0
At their next meeting on Dec. 23, selectmen may decide if they want to move forward with a warrant article to fund the replacement of the Willow Street Bridge.READER COMMENTS: 0
School officials are considering adding an extra half-day kindergarten classroom after the new year to help keep class sizes at an acceptable level.READER COMMENTS: 0
The following people recently donated to the Salem Christmas Fund.
Frederick Dehner, 41, of Nashua is accused of driving at more than 100 mph Wednesday morning as he sped by a state trooper working an Interstate 93 construction detail in Windham.READER COMMENTS: 0
For nearly two years, stacks of railroad ties have been visible along the side of Rte. 28 near the unused portion of Rockingham Park.READER COMMENTS: 0
A 32-year-old Pelham man was arrested on Monday evening on cocaine possession and distribution charges after a brief struggle with police.
The Friends of the Salem Bike-Ped Corridor have raised the matching funds needed to begin the first phase of the Salem rail trail project.READER COMMENTS: 0
A parcel on the north side of the 170-acre property is under agreement for a sale to local developer and restaurant owner Joseph Faro.
The school district presented its proposed 2015-16 budget to the town's Budget Committee this week, highlighting areas in which the district has managed to cut expenses and pointing out where it has...READER COMMENTS: 0
Despite 78 percent of residents who responded to a survey stating they supported keeping the Town Hall open until 7 p.m. on Monday nights, town office hours will be going back to an 8:30 a.m. to 5...
The Pelham boys' basketball team looked good in its home opener and first Division III game, winning 56-45 over Campbell of Litchfield on Tuesday night.READER COMMENTS: 0
John Cerratani threw two long touchdown passes but it wasn't enough as Lawrence, Mass., beat Salem, 26-14, Wednesday night high school football play in Lawrence.
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