LONDONDERRY — The annual Christmas on the Common event will not be held at the Town Common this year due to ongoing construction to improve drainage. Instead, this year’s event will be held on Sunday at Londonderry Square Plaza, the Clock Tower parking area at 50 Nashua Road, at the intersec…
ATKINSON — U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-NH, is introducing a bill to overturn a tax on water utility companies that her office calls an “unfair measure” in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, which resulted in a surprise $1.15 million tax bill for one New Hampshire company.
EPPING — Selectmen voted Monday night to spend $17,450 to seal the roof on the fire department side of the safety complex to stop a leak that has become so bad that tarps have been used to keep electrical equipment, storage bins and air compressors dry.
CONCORD — The state chapter of the Salvation Army kicked off its annual Christmas Kettle campaign with a digital twist as all the receptacles will be equipped to receive payments via Apple Pay or Google Pay with someone's cell phone.
LONDONDERRY — The state Commissioner of Transportation, town officials and volunteers celebrated the newest stretch of rail trail in northern Londonderry with a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday afternoon.
NASHUA — After a local resident filed dozens of Right-to-Know requests that led to an investigation of the city’s assessing division, a proposal has been made to amend the state’s Right-to-Know law to require citizens to pay for some inquiries.
The town of Peterborough did not need to provide evidence of alleged wrongdoing, nor did it need to provide due process when it fired former Recreation Director Jeffrey King, according to a motion to dismiss filed by the town this week.
MANCHESTER — A Monday morning passenger flight to Charlotte, N.C., was sidelined and eventually canceled when a passenger underwent a “medical emergency” once the flight departed the terminal, officials said.
NASHUA — Despite a recent report from the Attorney General’s Charitable Trust Unit detailing significant financial flaws within Harbor Homes, the city has allocated thousands of dollars to the agency during the current budget cycle.
BETHLEHEM — While still recovering from a fire earlier this year that destroyed its historic Tool Building, The Rocks Estate is nonetheless ready to greet visitors for another holiday season, with cut-your-own Christmas trees resuming on Nov. 23.
HANOVER — Hanover Town Clerk Elizabeth McClain will be telling people they don’t need a New Hampshire driver’s license to vote or to register to vote in the upcoming elections after receiving communication to that effect from the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office and the secretary of state.
Despite knowing their horrible fate, George Bonfiglio can’t shake the hope that one day soon his friends James and Michelle Butler will show up at his Main Street business to say hi — just like they used to do.
HINSDALE — A Prospect Street man is facing felony charges after a child sex abuse image flagged by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children was tracked to his computer, according to police.
GOFFSTOWN – The Town of Goffstown has announced that Police Chief Rob Browne will be stepping down from his role at the end of the calendar year to begin a job as Director of Security at Saint Anselm College.
MERRIMACK — A proposed bicycle and pedestrian plan could soon be adopted by planning officials, which includes a proposal to link local schools with the town hall, library and parks using sidewalks or paths.
BRENTWOOD — Rockingham County Commissioner Kevin Coyle’s decision to continue representing District 3 even though he moved to a different district in the county is raising questions at the Secretary of State’s office.