Local & County Government
Local leaders will meet with state and federal representatives today as part of Newport's Sunshine Initiative to strengthen the town and grow it economically.
Lifestyle Homes developers are expected to present a proposal to build 30 single-family homes for people age 55 and older at Wednesday's planning board meeting.
A conceptual plan to build 21 apartments along the Daniel Webster Highway received a cool reception from town planners this week.
The Salem Planning Board Tuesday gave conditional approval to a major roadway construction in and around Tuscan Village.
City officials are recommending that $1.5 million in surplus be reserved to help cover costs of abatements as a result of homeowners challenging their new property values.
Given the growing imbalance in the city's demographic profile, Mayor Ed Engler told those gathered that what Laconia needs is young families not more retirees.
Don't bring your guns to town — or at least not to the Monadnock Rod and Gun Club range as it's been shut down due to a cease-and-desist order from Town Hall.
City officials last week agreed to earmark more than $2.4 million in surplus from the prior budget for new projects and purchases.
The town's request to have a judge appoint two new selectmen is only the second time that a New Hampshire municipality has turned to the court system to fill vacancies after a mass exodus from an...
Kensington's town employees were expected to be paid on time Friday after a judge took the unusual step of appointing two new selectmen following this week's resignations of the entire select board.