Local and County Government
We want to give full credit to Nashua Mayor Jim Donchess for keeping city spending under budget for the year, resulting in a $4 million surplus. 0
Graffiti. Piles of trash. Broken beer bottles. Human waste. All left behind in the city's public parks “almost nightly, says Don Pinard, the city's Chief of Parks, Recreation and Cemeteries. 0
The mayor is asking that about $4 million in surplus from the prior budget be earmarked in the new 2019 budget for various projects and purchases. 0
MANCHESTER — City aldermen will hold a public hearing this week that could breathe new life into a controversial rezoning for luxury townhouses in the city's south end that a court blocked... 0
LONDONDERRY - During the first 2020-2025 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) Meeting Thursday night, school projects took the fore. 0
The project is being spearheaded by NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire, and will be built along the Daniel Webster Highway. 0
Civil forfeiture notices are about to be issued to more than 1,200 dog owners who have failed to register their canines in the Gate City. 0
At a planning board meeting on Wednesday night, developers of Lorden Commons presented plans for the next phases of their residential development at 17 Old Derry Road. 0
The Domino's pizza shop on Northeastern Boulevard is about to undergo a significant expansion and renovation project. 0
Some local artwork is on display at City Hall in an annual showcase of works done by city employees and their families. 0
THE PROPOSED construction of 165 apartment units in southeastern Manchester off Lucas Road raises an issue that Manchester and other communities in New Hampshire are grappling with: How does a... 0
With the town's welfare department overspending its budget, at least one town official is concerned that this could become the norm, especially given the lack of housing in the area. 0
Plans for three large projects — a hospital cancer center, housing for young high tech workers in the Millyard and reuse of the former Lowe's home improvement store — took a major step... 0
The Derry Planning Board granted conditional approval Wednesday night to Manchester developer Dick Anagnost to renovate a building at 23 Crystal Ave. and build a new building on the same lot. 0
This Western Massachusetts town of 1,200 has suddenly found itself without a police department after its interim chief and all three of its officers abruptly resigned. 0
A judge has threatened to jail a Plaistow homeowner if she doesn't allow an inspection of her residence, where three people died of carbon monoxide...
Brown's Lobster Pound is open for business despite damage to the iconic Seacoast restaurant's dining room and roadside sign.
A Plymouth man pleaded guilty on Tuesday to selling the fentanyl that caused the overdose death of Carlton Messinger on Oct. 23, 2014.
The Wolfeboro woman charged July 3 with hitting a highway maintenance worker with her car last winter remains free on $1,000 personal recognizance...
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