Local & County Government
Mayor Ted Gatsas and challenger Joyce Craig met Monday for the first of four scheduled debates, this one on WGIR-AM's "New Hampshire Today" with Jack Heath.
The debate touched on the opioid...
A land sale agreement is expected to be approved next week after residents had two opportunities to weigh in.
City aldermen will hold a public hearing this week on the ballot question going before voters next month on whether to legalize Keno in the state's largest city.
The time has come to complete the Conway Bypass or repay the federal government's multi-million dollar investment in it.
Manchester aldermanic candidate Bob O'Sullivan's treatment based plan suggests that an addict who is revived be jailed 30 days for the first overdose, 60 days for the second and 90 days for the third.
The first phase of a planned 200-unit elderly housing complex received approval as the town's planning board conditionally approved the initial 21 apartments of the Cross Farm Development.
Invisible fences remain an acceptable method of complying with Laconia's animal control law, after the City Council voted to give the boot to a proposed amendment.
A developer planning a new retail project on Route 125 in Epping received final planning board approval Thursday night after making changes to address the concerns of some residents who will have to...
City landlords pushed back against a proposed ordinance that would fine property owners for disorderly residences at the Municipal Services, Facilities and Infrastructure Committee Wednesday night.
City leaders will ask the Trump administration to reverse a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement policy threatening dozens of local Indonesian families with deportation.
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