Local and County Government
Manchester aldermen voted Tuesday night to approve adding language to the city's management agreement with The Derryfield Restaurant allowing Keno operations to take place there, but rejected a... 0
Supporters of Keno won another local victory following a recount in Newbury Monday, town officials have announced. 0
Despite a fairly good-sized nor'easter last week, New Hampshire towns managed to hold their elections and town meetings as scheduled. Except for Washington. 0
STARK – Although it was soundly defeated at Town Meeting, and would have been advisory only, the author of a petitioned warrant article to ban ATV's from town roads nonetheless hopes the effort... 0
As Merrimack considers dissolving the Merrimack Village District, New Hampshire DES sets up Wednesday meeting for announcement on negotiations with Saint-Gobain. 0
The NEW HAMPSHIRE Legislature is in overdrive this month, voting on many bills affecting the Granite State. Unfortunately, many bills, though important, receive little or no media attention or public... 0
An analysis by the state Department of Education shows that school districts spending the most money per pupil are getting the best results on standardized tests, although there are some exceptions... 0
New Hampshire school administrators who are struggling to raise standardized test scores while controlling their per-pupil costs might want to look north for inspiration. 0
Brian Stone's life ended last week outside the very building where he had spent a good chunk of his 51 years on earth. 0
Never let it be said that Manchester Mayor Joyce Craig misses a chance to grab some cash. 0
The town's cemetery trustee, Merton Mann, 74, was apprehended after an investigation by the New Hampshire Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. 0
Two former aldermen are not giving up on their fight to preserve the city's spending cap, and have hired a former Supreme Court justice to help with their appeal. 0
A controversial development to build a gas station, retail business and car wash on Manchester's East Side went down on a 4-3 vote by the city Planning Board Thursday night. 0
The Manchester School Board should learn the difference between wants and needs, but otherwise it has started the city's budget process fairly well. 0
Alton selectmen do not have to listen to Jeffrey Clay. But they do have to let him speak. 0
Prosecutors will have to drop 35 pending felony drug cases — some involving allegations of significant trafficking in fentanyl and heroin...
Students and staff from Hopkinton to Concord are mourning the loss of 19-year-old Kenneth (Kenny) John Coburn of Hopkinton, who died in an automobile...
MANCHESTER — A newly elected alderman whose campaign focused on downtown business owners' concerns over crime and panhandling got a first-hand...
The company's $982 million contribution to the state's economy in 2017 assisted 251 suppliers in New Hampshire and 190 small businesses.
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