Officials are offering a $1,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the person responsible for shooting and killing a peregrine falcon on May 5. 0
The Executive Council voted unanimously Wednesday to approve Gov. Chris Sununu's nomination of Salem Fire Chief Paul Parisi to replace retiring State Fire Marshal J. William Degnan. 0
Police said Stephan Martin, 46, was dealing heroin and cocaine out of his car at the Walmart parking lot on North Broadway when they arrested him Monday. 0
Windham Academy has settled on a location in town and is gearing up for its first school year to start Sept. 4. 0
A local group is hosting a breakfast and clothes drive to help families displaced by last Wednesday’s China Star fire. 0
Construction is due to begin Tuesday on a $11.6 million project to replace 1.5 miles of water and sewer lines underneath Route 28. 0
A 3-alarm fire destroyed a landmark downtown restaurant, 10 apartments and another business early Wednesday morning. 0
SALEM - A man allegedly threatened a store clerk with a “large knife” on Tuesday at about 2 a.m. and demanded cash. 0
SALEM - Cheers Poker Room and Casino, which had its facility license suspended by the New Hampshire Lottery Commission, was facing thousands of dollars in fines for a range of violations alleged to... 0
A fire that began with the use of welding equipment in a garage destroyed a single family home at 134 Rockingham Road on Tuesday. 0
Learning was a two-way street for the faculty and staff at Salem High School during the past school year. 0
A new landscaping and nursery business, named Springlook Landscaping and Irrigation, is expected to put down roots at the old Chakarian Farm property on Island Pond Road. 0
Derry is leading the way in a movement among municipal departments in New Hampshire that are buying drones and certifying pilots for search and rescue, locating brush fires, inspecting critical... 0
Cheers Poker Room and Casino is closed after the New Hampshire Lottery Commission suspended its gambling license. 0
The five-member school board revised its goals for this year at its meeting last week. 0
The Summer Solstice is finally here! Sound the trumpets because there is plenty of music to be found in the Granite State this weekend. No matter your music taste, you are bound to find it here this...
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