Local and County Government
In addition to ongoing traffic snarls from Goffstown’s ongoing Village rebuild projects, residents can expect detours and additional delays over the next two weeks as the town begins... 0
The town settled a longstanding lawsuit against the engineering firm that was supposed to oversee the construction of a new wastewater treatment plant, netting a little more than $3 million in the... 0
Some members of the town’s budget committee are opposing a proposal that would eliminate the panel whose job is to provide another set of eyes on local spending. 0
Town Council Chairman John Farrell plans to hold an educational session before its Nov. 3 budget meeting to discuss how the new rules are likely to affect the municipal budgeting process. 0
The Planning Board approved the capital improvement plan developed by the CIP committee over the last several weeks, which calls for a few small items for next spring’s ballot on the town side,... 0
City aldermen voted Tuesday night to approve a partnership between the Manchester Development Corporation and The Palace Theatre to renovate and operate the Rex Theatre as a performance venue. 0
Aldermen voted Tuesday night to ratify new three-year contracts with the city's firefighter and Water Works unions. 0
A report, compiled by city auditor Kevin Buckley, is scheduled to be reviewed by members of the Aldermanic Committee on Accounts, Enrollment and Revenue Administration. 0
If you want to know what crop grows best on farmland inside a busy city, take a drive down South Mammoth Road and peek at the Giovagnoli Farm. 0
Some local residents are questioning what they describe as "bargaining chips" being used by developers who are hoping to construct 120 apartments behind Bedford High School. 0
The report finds the practice of rewarding select officers with extra time off began in the early 1990s under former police chief Louie Craig, expanded “without authorization” by... 0
An attorney representing property owners in the city's South End — including two who took the city to court to challenge a rezoning vote allowing the construction of 160 luxury townhouses in... 0
Although progress is being made at the new Market and Main project, developers have asked town planners for additional time to complete mandatory off-site improvements. 0
By now you probably know the Board of Mayor and Aldermen reached consensus in nonpublic session last Tuesday in support of a tentative three-year agreement with the city's firefighter unions. 0
Dozens of residents attended a public hearing Wednesday eager to learn more about the proposed widening of a 12-mile section of the F.E. Everett Turnpike. 0
The Executive Council has put the brakes on a contract that would enable Vail Resorts to take over operations of the state-owned Mount Sunapee ski...
A teary-eyed Seth Winkley expressed remorse for the 2017 crash that killed his passenger, Jasmine Marston, before a judge on Wednesday sentenced him...
An area physician took the stand on Tuesday testifying that he urged Michael Lockwood to go to the emergency room hours before his death, but claims...
“Frost Heaves,” the comedy show from the “most under-appreciated town in New Hampshire,” comes to the Franklin Opera House at...
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