Local & County Government
Members of the Derry School Board presented the Town Council with a plan to save some of its district budget surplus to use in a contingency fund.
Manchester aldermen breathed new life into a controversial rezoning for luxury townhouses in the city's south end that a court had blocked for failing to reach a super-majority threshold to pass.
Although 500 apartment units are in the process of being constructed, that is not nearly enough, according to Nashua's community development director.
The Net Zero Task Force is proactively collecting information and coordinating efforts with town departments to assemble a competitive grant application for several new electric vehicle charging...
Several residents are up in arms because of the abrupt resignation of the town's building inspector, alleging that the longtime employee was recently forced to either quit or be fired.
"You’re out of control over there and that comes from the top down, from a chief who says he does not answer to the council. It’s a Massachusetts attitude and it needs to stop. We need to...
Manchester Public Health Director Tim Soucy said that after 28 years in the Manchester Health Department he feels “blessed to live, work and raise my family” in the Queen City.
The Board of Aldermen is reviewing two separate union contracts that would provide salary increases for city police and principals.
The School Board discussed some of the unplanned revenues coming into the district and how to use them at Tuesday night's meeting. The board also agreed to present the options to the Town Council...
Officials in Rochester denied a citizen petition asking that SOS Recovery Center be relocated during their meeting Tuesday night.
Depending on who you talk to, summer is either flying by too fast or going too slow but either way, Back to School is just around the corner and we don't want to waste one minute of downtime. We...
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