BRENTWOOD — Attorneys representing a youth hockey coach who was Tasered and arrested by Salem police last year filed a motion Thursday to get the unredacted version of an audit that was critical of the police department, according to court documents.
PITTSFIELD — Driven in large part by China’s increasingly strict criteria for the quality of imported recycled material, residents of the four towns who use Pittsfield’s Solid Waste Facility should expect big changes to the way they sort their recyclables in 2019.
HOOKSETT — Town planning officials say they were caught off guard on Tuesday when Shipyard Brewing launched a social media frenzy with a trade publication piece announcing the Portland-based brewer’s proposal to build a multimillion dollar facility in Hooksett by 2020.
CHARLESTOWN — After getting a couple of months and more than $1 million behind on payments to the Fall Mountain Regional School District, Charlestown officials said this week they are nearly caught up on the bills.
SALEM — During a Monday night meeting of the Salem Board of Selectmen, former Andover Police Chief Brian Pattullo introduced himself as the new civilian administrator brought on to oversee the Salem Police Department and implement the recommendations of a recent audit report.
BELMONT — Thanks to the Pub Mania challenge and its 31 teams and 744 participants, the 2018 Lakes Region Children’s Auction went into the record books on Saturday having raised nearly $600,000 to help children and families.
Citing the impact her crime has had on the community, a judge has denied the request of a city woman who struck and killed a school girl with her Jeep in 2013 to transition from prison to a halfway house.
MERRIMACK — Merrimack police arrested a local man late Wednesday night, charging him with attempted assault of a police officer who was trying to break up a fight at a Chinese restaurant, officials said.
MANCHESTER — The use of police force and the arrest of four people outside the Bonfire Restaurant & Country Bar is under review, and anyone with information should contact Manchester police, Mayor Joyce Craig said on Tuesday.
DERRY — During a joint meeting of the town council and school board special committees last week, a panel of newly elected and reelected state lawmakers sat down with town officials to discuss plans for stopping a yearly withdrawal of state education funding and perhaps restoring it to prior…
DANVILLE - The town’s insurer will pay $100,000 to settle claims by two former Danville police officers who quit and later sued over the way Police Chief Wade Parsons was managing the police department.
Residents across New Hampshire are bracing for the first blast of winter weather this season as a coastal storm took aim and promised to deliver several inches of snow and school delays and closings by Friday morning.