NASHUA — Several months after approving a $15.5 million bond to construct a downtown performing arts center, aldermen this week amended the bond resolution to allow funding from a mandated endowment fund to be used for the design phase of the project.
MANCHESTER — Embattled Manchester school board member David Scannell said Tuesday he is convinced he did the right thing in leaking a letter from a lawyer critical of fellow board member Richard Girard.
GILMANTON — Police Chief Matt Currier and the town’s selectmen agreed Tuesday to a 60-day cooling off period in an attempt to resolve a dispute over the degree to which selectmen can tell Currier how to run his department.
DERRY — The town of Derry has an opportunity to use 10 acres of an old landfill site to build a 1 megawatt solar farm that would supply 40 percent of the town’s overall usage and about 80 percent to 90 percent of the department of public works’ needs, according to Derry Net Zero Task Force C…
MANCHESTER — School board members voted Monday to direct administrators to continue working with the city’s Office of Youth Services to provide an alternative education program at Manchester High School West.
MANCHESTER — Following a vote Monday by school board members to ask the Hillsborough County Attorney’s office or Manchester police to investigate who leaked to members of the media a confidential letter from an attorney to At Large board member Rich Girard, Ward 2 board member David Scannell…
SALEM — Police Chief Paul Donovan tendered his resignation on Thursday after an independent audit found a myriad of problems with staff culture, his department’s handling of internal affairs investigations and how it addressed complaints from the public.
LONDONDERRY -- Town Manager Kevin Smith said the tax increment financing (TIF) district for the area that includes the new F.W. Webb and EFI buildings has been closed out because the town made its last payment reimbursing for infrastructure projects in July and finished collecting taxes to pay for it this month.
MILFORD — Milford’s Town Administrator Mark Bender said this week other towns that are part of the 911 dispatching agreement with Milford should not worry that the town will not renew its contract with its neighboring communities.
MANCHESTER — Aldermen unanimously approved a request Tuesday from officials in the city’s economic development office to amend the RSA 79-E tax credit program to include structures in the downtown Redevelopment District.
DERRY — Town Council Chairman Jim Morgan announced during a council meeting Tuesday night that he is calling for a summit with Sen. Maggie Hassan and newly elected 1st District Congressman Chris Pappas to discuss the issue of special education funding.
Durham’s Human Rights Commission has recommended ceasing the longtime tradition, with members saying it is associated with the Christian faith and Christmas celebrations, which may be exclusionary to some people who follow different faiths or are atheist.
A Manchester developer said he’s giving up on the land off Hackett Hill Road that was once touted as a prime setting for a high-end corporate park, after he and city officials disagreed over the future of the property.
MANCHESTER — After a lengthy debate Monday night, school board members voted to table discussion on a motion to rescind a vote cast back in August cutting ties with Helping Our Pupils Excel (HOPE NH), to allow school officials more time to speak with potential vendors to operate a similar program.
LAWRENCE, Mass. — U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan, D-NH, questioned executives from Columbia Gas and its parents company, NiSource, along with federal regulators, about the natural gas pipeline explosions and fires that occurred in September in Lawrence, Mass., during a U.S. Senate hearing held Mond…
CONCORD -- The third, long-shot candidate for NH secretary of state abruptly dropped out Friday, blasting Democratic Party leaders for having what he called a "warped obsession with absolute partisan fealty."
The organizer of the Concord Christmas parade said he’s not a racist, and it bothers him that Mayor Jim Bouley and other city politicians are citing his past remarks to decide to not march in the parade.