Local and County Government
The town's school board officially approved an audit of the district to look for answers to a budget shortfall during a special meeting on Tuesday. 0
Three developers have offered to pay to extend town water and sewer service to parts of Route 27 as part of a plan that some officials say would make the area more attractive for future commercial... 0
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Bolgen Vargas plans to open discussions with school board members on the next phase of redistricting in city schools early next year. 0
Mayor-elect Joyce Craig has finalized details for her inauguration as the first woman elected mayor of Manchester next month. 0
School officials are in the process of reviewing Superintendent Chip McGee's proposed $74.6 million budget, which includes the potential hiring of several new teachers. 0
'What we are listing here is not what we would want or recommend,' McGoodwin said. 'It’s what we need to do to comply with your request. Please don’t look at this as our recommendation. 0
Police show up at a suspected drug dealer's home, armed with a search warrant. They break down the door, tear the place apart, find drugs and make an arrest. 0
Just when it appeared city school board members had put the "cupcake controversy" behind them, new concerns over regulations governing bake sales held in the district are being raised. 0
If Eversource wins its challenge — that the Merrimack Station plant was overvalued — the town may have to repay up to $14 million, according to Town Manager David Stack. 0
Dana Michelle Lawrence, a convicted felon, is pursuing a civil lawsuit against the city, the mayor and his chief of staff, claiming abuse of power and defamation of character. 0
The fifth annual SantaConMHT begins today, Dec. 9, at 4 p.m. at Shaskeen Pub and Restaurant. 0
After failing twice at Town Meeting, Hudson approved a new fire station and expects to have the facility open by next summer. 0
The developer proposing to build a gas station and car wash opposed by many residents has pulled a variance request from next week's Zoning Board of Adjustment agenda. 0
A snafu in a form that calculates the overall evaluation of the town has municipal and school district officials looking for options on how to remedy the error. 0
An aldermanic committee is supporting wage increases for about 50 civilian employees with the Nashua Police Department. 0
The Cobras defeated the Garden Villa (Texas) Giants, 27-26, in the AYF Division II 10U All American national championship game Dec. 8 in Kissimmee,...
The New Hampshire Snowmobile Association is hoping that lots of snow and cold weather, as well as increased awareness and an enhanced educational...
Police investigators could be seen throughout the day Tuesday at the Howe Street apartment building where a 2-year-old boy was found dead Monday.
The New Hampshire branch of the American Civil Liberties Union has urged a judge to dismiss drug charges brought against 18 people snared in an...
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