MANCHESTER — About 30 homes in the Gabrielle Street area will have trash pickup at their driveways again -- at least until aldermen can look into the legality of rubbish collection at homes on private ways.
A youth coalition on a mission to stop substance misuse and reduce the stigma around mental health is turning to local communities for funding after losing a federal grant that supported the organization for years.
LEBANON — Construction is set to begin in the coming months on the $130 million expansion project at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, including the patient tower with space for more than 60 patient beds.
LITTLETON — The town’s fire chief is catching heat after using misidentified photos to make a case against a proposed battery energy storage system, including a stock image from Sweden and another of an Arizona wildfire.
KEENE — Frogs and salamanders migrating in the spring have been getting car-free passage on North Lincoln Street, and now the Harris Center for Conservation Education is asking the city to continue the protection.
Residents who spoke during a public hearing on a proposed $3.5 million bond for construction of a new police station agreed there was need for more room, but some opposed plans to build it on the site the department now occupies.
LACONIA — Ignoring vocal opposition from city leaders, the state Liquor Commission voted to grant a retail tobacco license to a vape shop next to Laconia High School, a site even the chief hearing officer agreed is “not ideal.”
MANCHESTER — Officials say a contractor responsible for installing crosswalks in eight downtown locations this fall will return in the spring to repair them at no cost to the city, after the new walkways were damaged by snow plows.
Mayor Jim Donchess recently recommended that $95,700 in contingency funds be used to once again hire a chief assessor for the remainder of fiscal year 2020. Nashua has been advertising the role since Dec. 11.