Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld is taking a major step toward challenging the renomination of President Donald Trump by forming a committee today to explore a Republican primary bid for President in 2020.
CONCORD — During a lengthy session Thursday, the state Senate unanimously approved spending nearly $6 million over the next two years to increase staffing levels at the Division of Children, Youth and Families.
MANCHESTER — Mayor Joyce Craig will deliver a “State of the City” address this morning that highlights her first year in office while unveiling new initiatives like a homelessness task force and free rides for students to and from Manchester high schools on city buses for students beginning …
CONCORD — Three young women from the Seacoast area who led last year’s effort to raise the legal smoking age in New Hampshire from 18 to 21 were back in Concord on Thursday, hoping for a different outcome this time around.
MANCHESTER — Police will begin a 30-day tryout of body cameras for police officers later this month, with the expectation that all police officers will eventually wear body cams, top officials said Wednesday.
MANCHESTER — City aldermen will continue discussions on redesign concepts for Maple and Beech streets to calm traffic through an area known to some as the “Manchester Motor Speedway,” following a presentation on possible solutions made Tuesday night by city staff.
DERRY — After an anticipated vote on a plan to close a school was derailed, school board members decided Tuesday to have a student population trigger that will set the wheels of closing a school in motion.
MANCHESTER — Convicted tax cheat Tommy Katsiantonis appeared in a Hillsborough County courtroom Thursday, but a judge delayed for months a hearing that will determine how much he owes the state treasury.
A new 3D rendering flyover video released by developers hints at a major L.L. Bean outlet potentially coming to the Tuscan Village. But the developer said viewers of the video should not take that to mean there will be an L.L. Bean store, as they have no deal with that retailer at this point.
MANCHESTER — With preliminary school budget estimates forecasting a shortfall of $2.5 million, city officials have scheduled three public forums early next month to outline the fiscal year 2020 budget process.
NASHUA — City officials are supporting a proposal to begin the initial phases of the future downtown performing arts center, which includes the hiring of a construction manager and architectural manager.
LACONIA – The Belknap County delegation has rejected the adoption of a $12.9 million budget recommended by the executive committee by a 12-4 vote, a spending package, supporters said, that was in line with last year’s actual spending plus contractual increases.
LACONIA — The City Council has delayed a vote to approve a competitive cable TV franchise after Councilor Bruce Cheney expressed concern that the proposed agreement with Comcast doesn’t include a local emergency notification option.