Local and County Government
A local resident says she is concerned after comments were made about her at a budget committee meeting she did not attend, following her Right-to-Know Law request for emails from two of the members. 2
Town officials have decided not to fund the construction of a new road that would be primarily in Manchester. 0
Starting on Saturday the town of Unity will rely on mutual aid for fire and rescue responses. The mutual aid coverage as primary coverage begins 9 a.m. on Saturday. That is the time the resignation... 0
Demolition of the town's wastewater treatment plant is ahead of schedule as officials continue remediation plans for the contaminated site. 0
Town officials are looking to put in a cell tower off North Broadway sometime in the near future. 0
Heaven forbid you get into a cab at Manchester airport and your driver isn't wearing a collared shirt. Or even worse, has open-toed shoes. 2
The photos of smiling residents in bicycle helmets are easy to find online. They show large groups of happy people riding Segway Human Transporters along the city's beautiful riverfront path. The... 6
An organization that helps homeless families has won city approvals for an ambitious community garden in the Hollows neighborhood, a garden that will include everything from fruit trees to a learning... 1
These past months we have finally seen the discussion grow surrounding Manchester's high schools and the capacity on which they are operating. 3
To the Editor: Mayor Ted Gatsas recently held a meeting to discuss the community's response to the ongoing opioid epidemic. 1
Voluntary water use restrictions in the city have been lifted, after the Manchester Water Works Board of Water Commissioners announced it is lifting any voluntary limitations due to rising levels at... 0
A proposal to bring a two-year Bike Share pilot program to Manchester will go before the full Board of Mayor and Aldermen next month, after receiving a vote of support from an aldermanic committee. 4
Representatives from the John J. Flatley Company say they are closer to breaking ground on a major development project that will bring 240 apartments and a large retail area to the Daniel Webster... 0
ANYONE WHO attends Board of Mayor and Aldermen meetings with regularity knows "the building guy," also known as Richard Danforth. 0
Should Manchester take a small step forward now in redistricting city schools? Or should it wait until a broader plan to better utilize school resources comes together? 0
President Trump's outline for federal tax reform attracted the full range of reactions from New Hampshire political observers, with economic conser...
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump will release a tax plan on Wednesday that proposes to sharply slash rates on businesses and overseas corporate ...
An 88-year-old Rochester man is flabbergasted after receiving a ticket in the mail for exceeding the speed limit on New York Avenue in Washington, ...
An 88-year-old Rochester man is flabbergasted after receiving a ticket in the mail for exceeding the speed limit on New York Avenue in Washington,...
Carfentanil, a synthetic opioid 100 times more potent than fentanyl and resistant to overdose reversal drugs, has claimed three lives in New...
A Manchester woman is facing three felony charges following an incident in which police said she threatened another woman with a firearm that turned...
A Republican state representative from Belknap County accused of posting offensive and misogynistic comments in the online forum “The Red...
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